Prophet Magaya Eyes Cosafa

[The Herald] Prophet Walter Magaya says his next big football project is to try and win the rights to sponsor the COSAFA Cup because the regional tournament has charmed him as a powerful vehicle that promotes unity and happiness across Southern Africa.

[The Herald] Prophet Walter Magaya says his next big football project is to try and win the rights to sponsor the COSAFA Cup because the regional tournament has charmed him as a powerful vehicle that promotes unity and happiness across Southern Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Local Football Leaders Meet Fifa Officials

[The Herald] Harare -ZIFA will continue receiving developmental assistance from FIFA following assurances given to the Zimbabwean delegation by the world football body at the 68th FIFA Congress here in Russia. The Zimbabwean delegation, led by ZIFA vic…

[The Herald] Harare -ZIFA will continue receiving developmental assistance from FIFA following assurances given to the Zimbabwean delegation by the world football body at the 68th FIFA Congress here in Russia. The Zimbabwean delegation, led by ZIFA vice president Omega Sibanda, yesterday held fruitful meetings with top FIFA officials on Monday and appraised them of the strides the Association had taken in the development of football in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Four Arrested In Connection With Shebeen Murders

[The Herald] Police have arrested four people in connection with two murders and assault cases that occurred at a shebeen in Mbizo, Kwekwe, last Thursday, which the privately owned media tried to politicise.

[The Herald] Police have arrested four people in connection with two murders and assault cases that occurred at a shebeen in Mbizo, Kwekwe, last Thursday, which the privately owned media tried to politicise.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Targets Increased Maize Yield

[The Herald] Government is targeting to increase Zimbabwe’s maize yield to five tonnes per hectare from the current average output of 0,9 tonnes through various initiatives aimed at commercialising cereal production.

[The Herald] Government is targeting to increase Zimbabwe's maize yield to five tonnes per hectare from the current average output of 0,9 tonnes through various initiatives aimed at commercialising cereal production.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

130 Athletes Running to Speak Out Against Drug Abuse

[The Herald] Beitbridge -A total of 130 athletes have registered to participate in this year’s edition of the Beitbridge Mayor’s half marathon to be held between Lutumba Business Centre on Saturday morning.

[The Herald] Beitbridge -A total of 130 athletes have registered to participate in this year's edition of the Beitbridge Mayor's half marathon to be held between Lutumba Business Centre on Saturday morning.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

State-Owned Diamond Mining Firm Targets 10 Million Carats Per Year

[The Herald] State diamond mining entity, Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC), will invest $400 million under its vision 2025 plan as part of efforts to meet set production target of at least 10 million carats (2 tonnes) a year in the next fou…

[The Herald] State diamond mining entity, Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC), will invest $400 million under its vision 2025 plan as part of efforts to meet set production target of at least 10 million carats (2 tonnes) a year in the next four years.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

TB in Children Goes Unreported

[The Herald] More than half of childhood tuberculosis (TB) cases are going unreported due to difficulties in diagnosing children, deputy director for Aids and Tuberculosis in the Ministry of Health and Child Care Dr Charles Sandy has said.

[The Herald] More than half of childhood tuberculosis (TB) cases are going unreported due to difficulties in diagnosing children, deputy director for Aids and Tuberculosis in the Ministry of Health and Child Care Dr Charles Sandy has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rushwaya Takes Over Mining Leadership

[The Herald] Shanghani Gold Miners’ Association executive member, Ms Henrietta Rushwaya, is set to take over as new Zimbabwe Miners’ Federation (ZMF) president tomorrow after she successfully filed her nomination papers unopposed for the post.

[The Herald] Shanghani Gold Miners' Association executive member, Ms Henrietta Rushwaya, is set to take over as new Zimbabwe Miners' Federation (ZMF) president tomorrow after she successfully filed her nomination papers unopposed for the post.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Liberation War Remains Found in Mine Shaft

[The Herald] Fallen Heroes of Zimbabwe Trust (FHZT) is appealing for assistance to exhume the remains of freedom fighters who were discovered in a copper mine shaft in Odzi, Manicaland.

[The Herald] Fallen Heroes of Zimbabwe Trust (FHZT) is appealing for assistance to exhume the remains of freedom fighters who were discovered in a copper mine shaft in Odzi, Manicaland.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe