Football Boss Chiyangwa Hails His Backers

[The Herald] ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa says he will always stand by those who have helped him handle the tough task of turning around the fortunes of Zimbabwe football and anyone who doesn’t like his choice of sponsors should let their money do t…

[The Herald] ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa says he will always stand by those who have helped him handle the tough task of turning around the fortunes of Zimbabwe football and anyone who doesn't like his choice of sponsors should let their money do the talking instead of just tarnishing his backers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Midlands Youth Rally Roars Into Life

[The Herald] All roads lead to the Midlands Province today for President Mugabe’s seventh interactive meeting with youths amid expectations that 120 000 people will fill up the venue.

[The Herald] All roads lead to the Midlands Province today for President Mugabe's seventh interactive meeting with youths amid expectations that 120 000 people will fill up the venue.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Wrangle Over Brazil Equipment

[The Herald] Farmers at Villa Franca Farm in Glendale are embroiled in a bitter wrangle over management of machinery and equipment they received under the Brazil More Food for Africa Programme, with the election of a new chairperson expected to chart a…

[The Herald] Farmers at Villa Franca Farm in Glendale are embroiled in a bitter wrangle over management of machinery and equipment they received under the Brazil More Food for Africa Programme, with the election of a new chairperson expected to chart a new trajectory for the scheme.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gems Troop Into Camp

[The Herald] The senior national netball team, The Gems are set to get down to business this morning at Harare’s Girls High School in preparation for the Pent Series starting next Wednesday in Windhoek, Namibia.

[The Herald] The senior national netball team, The Gems are set to get down to business this morning at Harare's Girls High School in preparation for the Pent Series starting next Wednesday in Windhoek, Namibia.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Curriculum Needs Stakeholder Support

[The Herald] “No society can escape the responsibility for trying to plan the education of the children who grow up in it, but the more complicated a society is, the more difficult it is to make such plans and the more tempting it is to see them as som…

[The Herald] "No society can escape the responsibility for trying to plan the education of the children who grow up in it, but the more complicated a society is, the more difficult it is to make such plans and the more tempting it is to see them as somebody's concern," writes Hugh Hawes in Curriculum and Reality in African Primary Schools.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

This Derby Just Looks Different

[The Herald] Nobody in our polarised football landscape will have the guts to accuse the local scribes of misdirecting the game’s fans with daily dosages of a build-up to a Harare Derby that promises everything.

[The Herald] Nobody in our polarised football landscape will have the guts to accuse the local scribes of misdirecting the game's fans with daily dosages of a build-up to a Harare Derby that promises everything.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Court Postpones Malema Land Invasion Case

[News24Wire] The land invasion matter involving Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema was on Friday postponed pending a High Court application challenging the constitutionality of the Trespassing Act.

[News24Wire] The land invasion matter involving Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema was on Friday postponed pending a High Court application challenging the constitutionality of the Trespassing Act.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Vendors Booted Out Ahead of Mugabe Visit

[New Zimbabwe] Gweru -Vendors operating at Old Post Office have been relocated to the new vending site near Swift to pave way for the official opening of a community information centre by President Robert Mugabe.

[New Zimbabwe] Gweru -Vendors operating at Old Post Office have been relocated to the new vending site near Swift to pave way for the official opening of a community information centre by President Robert Mugabe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe