Kenyatta’s Team Blames Rules, Format for No-Show at Debate

[VOA] With just two weeks to go before Kenya’s elections, the nation watched the lead opposition candidate for president, Raila Odinga, debate solo Monday after his top opponent, President Uhuru Kenyatta, refused to show for the live event.

[VOA] With just two weeks to go before Kenya's elections, the nation watched the lead opposition candidate for president, Raila Odinga, debate solo Monday after his top opponent, President Uhuru Kenyatta, refused to show for the live event.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Former Muridzo Manager On Solo Career

[The Herald] Former Andy Muridzo manager Simbarashe Nornam Nyaunga has released a solo album titled “The Birth” barely two months after he left the Jeeterz Band. Nyaunga left the group after Muridzo appointed another manager Gift Petro.

[The Herald] Former Andy Muridzo manager Simbarashe Nornam Nyaunga has released a solo album titled "The Birth" barely two months after he left the Jeeterz Band. Nyaunga left the group after Muridzo appointed another manager Gift Petro.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

High Court Judge Says Opposition Headquarters A Hub of Violence

[New Zimbabwe] Priscilla Chigumba on Tuesday reserved the ruling on the bail application by three MDC-T activists facing charges of murdering a police officer to Wednesday after describing the opposition party’s headquarters as a hub of violence.

[New Zimbabwe] Priscilla Chigumba on Tuesday reserved the ruling on the bail application by three MDC-T activists facing charges of murdering a police officer to Wednesday after describing the opposition party's headquarters as a hub of violence.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cotton Farmers Appeal for Cash Payouts Rise

[The Herald] Cotton farmers have appealed to Government to increase cash payouts, arguing they were losing a significant part of their money from cotton sales when it is deposited into mobile accounts.

[The Herald] Cotton farmers have appealed to Government to increase cash payouts, arguing they were losing a significant part of their money from cotton sales when it is deposited into mobile accounts.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Home Affairs Minister Chombo Fights ‘Imminent’ Arrest

[The Herald] Home Affairs Minister Ignatius Chombo says his arrest and civil imprisonment for defying court orders was now imminent and has instructed his lawyers to file an urgent application to stop the Sheriff from executing the judgment.

[The Herald] Home Affairs Minister Ignatius Chombo says his arrest and civil imprisonment for defying court orders was now imminent and has instructed his lawyers to file an urgent application to stop the Sheriff from executing the judgment.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Teens’ Parents Not Worried About Their Disappearance in U.S. – Teachers

[VOA] Instructors of the six Burundian teens who disappeared last week in Washington say the kids’ parents do not seem concerned about their disappearance, and likely knew the teens would not come back to Burundi.

[VOA] Instructors of the six Burundian teens who disappeared last week in Washington say the kids' parents do not seem concerned about their disappearance, and likely knew the teens would not come back to Burundi.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Epoupa Returns for Dembare

[The Herald] Cameroonian forward Christian Epoupa Joel Ntoupa flew back into Harare yesterday from a short break to join his Dynamos teammates who resume their Castle Lager Premiership campaign against FC Platinum at Mandava this afternoon.

[The Herald] Cameroonian forward Christian Epoupa Joel Ntoupa flew back into Harare yesterday from a short break to join his Dynamos teammates who resume their Castle Lager Premiership campaign against FC Platinum at Mandava this afternoon.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe