Opposition Abandons Boycott of National Events

[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa has announced his party’s immediate abandonment of a lengthy boycott stance on national events citing President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s recent moral and material support towards his predecessor Morgan Tsvangirai’…

[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa has announced his party's immediate abandonment of a lengthy boycott stance on national events citing President Emmerson Mnangagwa's recent moral and material support towards his predecessor Morgan Tsvangirai's funeral, among many overtures the President has made to old rivals.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Opposition Thanks Govt for Help

[The Herald] MDC-T president Mr Nelson Chamisa yesterday paid tribute to the ruling Zanu-PF Government and Parliament for extending a helping hand during the party’s founding president Mr Morgan Tsvangirai’s funeral wake and burial. Mr Chamisa thanked …

[The Herald] MDC-T president Mr Nelson Chamisa yesterday paid tribute to the ruling Zanu-PF Government and Parliament for extending a helping hand during the party's founding president Mr Morgan Tsvangirai's funeral wake and burial. Mr Chamisa thanked President Mnangagwa and Vice President Constantino Chiwenga in particular and Government ministers who took time off their busy schedules to pay their last respects.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Over 2,000 Police Officers Deployed in Plateau Ahead of Buhari’s Visit

[Premium Times] Plateau state police command have deployed 2,435 police officers to ensure the safety of President Buhari while in Plateau State for a two-day visit.

[Premium Times] Plateau state police command have deployed 2,435 police officers to ensure the safety of President Buhari while in Plateau State for a two-day visit.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Athletics – Makwala Targets Sub 31s in 300m

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Tuks Stadium in Pretoria, is expected to come to a standstill when Botswana’s runner, Isaac Makwala competes among top athletes to hit sub 31 in the 300m dash during the Liquid Telecom Athletix Grand Prix Series Meeting …

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Tuks Stadium in Pretoria, is expected to come to a standstill when Botswana's runner, Isaac Makwala competes among top athletes to hit sub 31 in the 300m dash during the Liquid Telecom Athletix Grand Prix Series Meeting today (March 8).

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Wrestler Manduwar’s Appeal Against Leket Rejected

[Foroyaa] Wrestler Manduwar’s appeal against Leket Bu Barra has been rejected, Foroyaa Sport understands. Manduwar of Club Jeff Jell months ago filed an appeal contesting his defeat to Leket claiming unfairness against the referee.

[Foroyaa] Wrestler Manduwar's appeal against Leket Bu Barra has been rejected, Foroyaa Sport understands. Manduwar of Club Jeff Jell months ago filed an appeal contesting his defeat to Leket claiming unfairness against the referee.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Concern Universal Sued for Breach of Contract

[Foroyaa] Mr. Bernard M. Mendy, a former Management Accountant of the United Purpose popularly called Concern Universal, has sued the aforesaid Organisation for unlawfully terminating his contract.

[Foroyaa] Mr. Bernard M. Mendy, a former Management Accountant of the United Purpose popularly called Concern Universal, has sued the aforesaid Organisation for unlawfully terminating his contract.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Transport Fares in North Bank Remain the Same

[Foroyaa] Commuters plying the Barra Farafenni route have informed this medium that transport fares are still the same as they have been during the former regime in the North Bank Region, despite recent instructions and new tariff, given by the Ministr…

[Foroyaa] Commuters plying the Barra Farafenni route have informed this medium that transport fares are still the same as they have been during the former regime in the North Bank Region, despite recent instructions and new tariff, given by the Ministry of Transport, Works and Infrastructure to reduce the fares.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia