Kasukuwere Torments Mudzidzi Wimbo

[The Herald] EMBATTLED Zanu-PF national political commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere has been accused of being the brains behind problems afflicting Mudzidzi Wimbo of the Vadzidzi VaJeso church after the cleric refused to make a false prophecy that Cde K…

[The Herald] EMBATTLED Zanu-PF national political commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere has been accused of being the brains behind problems afflicting Mudzidzi Wimbo of the Vadzidzi VaJeso church after the cleric refused to make a false prophecy that Cde Kasukuwere would succeed President Mugabe. Mudzidzi Wimbo (Mr Aaron Mhukuta) is famed for making a popular prophecy in 1957 predicting that President Mugabe would be the first black leader of independent Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Women’s Affairs Minister Chikwinya Faces Contempt Charges

[The Herald] Women’s Affairs, Gender and Community Development Minister, Nyasha Chikwinya faces Contempt of Parliament charges after she gave conflicting answers during a Question and Answer session in the National Assembly early this month. National A…

[The Herald] Women's Affairs, Gender and Community Development Minister, Nyasha Chikwinya faces Contempt of Parliament charges after she gave conflicting answers during a Question and Answer session in the National Assembly early this month. National Assembly speaker, Advocate Jacob Mudenda made the ruling last Thursday saying Minister Chikwinya's answers while responding to questions on staff recruitment at the yet to be launched Women's Bank were inconsistent.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kampala University Graduates 3,014, As Chancellor Retires

[Observer] Kampala University held what must be ranked the most emotional graduation ceremony which saw their chancellor, Prof Edward Rugumayo, announcing his retirement after 18 years.

[Observer] Kampala University held what must be ranked the most emotional graduation ceremony which saw their chancellor, Prof Edward Rugumayo, announcing his retirement after 18 years.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

High Noon for Kasukuwere

[The Herald] THE demonstration against Zanu-PF national commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere is on today in Bindura after several members of the provincial executive recommended his expulsion from the ruling party on allegations of plotting to unconstituti…

[The Herald] THE demonstration against Zanu-PF national commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere is on today in Bindura after several members of the provincial executive recommended his expulsion from the ruling party on allegations of plotting to unconstitutionally unseat President Mugabe. Other provinces are also reported to be open to the idea of passing a no-confidence vote on Cde Kasukuwere whose presidential ambitions are now in the public domain.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Crude Oil Threatens Budget, ERGP and Nigeria’s Future

[Vanguard] It was not only PUNCH which carried the story on that day. The GUARDIAN also ran a story on what should have been headlines news of the day. It was instead tucked into the middle pages by the few papers which saw its significance. That was a…

[Vanguard] It was not only PUNCH which carried the story on that day. The GUARDIAN also ran a story on what should have been headlines news of the day. It was instead tucked into the middle pages by the few papers which saw its significance. That was a pity because no news item deserved more prominence; not even the self-induced and mutually destructive feud between the Presidency and lawmakers.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Why DSS Cleared Saraki of N310 Million Ownership

[Vanguard] As the controversy over the ownership of N310 million allegedly stolen from the Maitama home of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki gathers storm, the Department of State Service, DSS, yesterday cleared him of any culpability.

[Vanguard] As the controversy over the ownership of N310 million allegedly stolen from the Maitama home of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki gathers storm, the Department of State Service, DSS, yesterday cleared him of any culpability.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

S-East Govs to Wade Into Nnamdi Kanu’s Detention

[Vanguard] Governors of the five states in the South-East geopolitical zone, yesterday, unanimously resolved to wade into all the issues of self determination by the pro-Biafra groups in the zone.

[Vanguard] Governors of the five states in the South-East geopolitical zone, yesterday, unanimously resolved to wade into all the issues of self determination by the pro-Biafra groups in the zone.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Customs Boss, Ali – Senate’s Rift With Presidency Worsens

[Vanguard] The face-off between the Senate and the Presidency is set to escalate upon the Senate’s rebuff of the plea by Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, to defer the summons to the Comptroller-General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ali (r…

[Vanguard] The face-off between the Senate and the Presidency is set to escalate upon the Senate's rebuff of the plea by Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, to defer the summons to the Comptroller-General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ali (retd).

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Where Would Nigeria Have Been Now Without Buhari? Asks Etiebet

[Vanguard] Former Minister of Petroleum Resources, ex-Governor of old Cross River State and Chairman, Akwa Ibom APC Caucus, Chief Don Etiebet, spoke with Vanguard in Uyo on President Muhammadu Buhari and his policies, issues in Niger Delta development …

[Vanguard] Former Minister of Petroleum Resources, ex-Governor of old Cross River State and Chairman, Akwa Ibom APC Caucus, Chief Don Etiebet, spoke with Vanguard in Uyo on President Muhammadu Buhari and his policies, issues in Niger Delta development and politics of Akwa Ibom State. He also took up the former governor of the state, Senator Godswill Akpabio, and PDP to task, saying the past 18 years of PDP rule of the state brought nothing to the state. Excerpts:

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

When 3rd Chimurenga Zealots Become Victims

[New Zimbabwe] What started as a normal year for farmers settled at Arnold Farm in Mazoe district in Mashonaland Central province turned out to be a “national disaster” with just few months left for them to harvest their maize. Nearly most of them were…

[New Zimbabwe] What started as a normal year for farmers settled at Arnold Farm in Mazoe district in Mashonaland Central province turned out to be a "national disaster" with just few months left for them to harvest their maize. Nearly most of them were anticipating a bumper harvest following good rains in the area.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe