Petroleum Firm Donates Vehicle to Police

[The Herald] A local petroleum company, Petroline Zimbabwe, has donated a Nissan Hardbody NP300 worth thousands of dollars to police in Ruwa, in a bid to enhance the force’s visibility when maintaining law and order in the area.

[The Herald] A local petroleum company, Petroline Zimbabwe, has donated a Nissan Hardbody NP300 worth thousands of dollars to police in Ruwa, in a bid to enhance the force's visibility when maintaining law and order in the area.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Jailed Nursing Mothers’ Woes

[The Herald] The clock is on 3 o’clock in the afternoon, a prison officer unlocks the gate and Rukudzo (not her real name), who was impatiently waiting on the other side, leaps straight into her mother’s welcoming arms, giggling.

[The Herald] The clock is on 3 o'clock in the afternoon, a prison officer unlocks the gate and Rukudzo (not her real name), who was impatiently waiting on the other side, leaps straight into her mother's welcoming arms, giggling.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Sarkodie, Obrafuor Are Not Good ‘Singers’ – KK Fosu

[Ghana Star] Highlife artiste KK Fosu has commended rappers who try incorporating singing into their compositions, but has said they still fall short of the standard expected of them as singers.

[Ghana Star] Highlife artiste KK Fosu has commended rappers who try incorporating singing into their compositions, but has said they still fall short of the standard expected of them as singers.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Tax Authority Worried About Fuel Smuggling That It’s Escorting Tankers

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe’s tax authority is now giving through-the-country escorts to fuel tankers to stop unscrupulous firms offloading petrol without paying duty for it, a newspaper says.

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe's tax authority is now giving through-the-country escorts to fuel tankers to stop unscrupulous firms offloading petrol without paying duty for it, a newspaper says.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kathrada Memorial Not the Platform to Discuss ANC Troubles – Mabuza

[News24Wire] ANC chairperson in Mpumalanga David Mabuza has expressed disappointment with those who used anti-apartheid icon Ahmed Kathrada’s funeral and memorial service last week to call for the resignation of President Jacob Zuma.

[News24Wire] ANC chairperson in Mpumalanga David Mabuza has expressed disappointment with those who used anti-apartheid icon Ahmed Kathrada's funeral and memorial service last week to call for the resignation of President Jacob Zuma.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa