Chimene’s Corrupt Farm Allocations Exposed

[The Herald] Zanu-PF officials in Manicaland want Government to review contentious farm allocations made by self-exiled former Minister of State Mandi Chimene. Wenselydale and Wakefield farms in Headlands, which were originally set aside for the establ…

[The Herald] Zanu-PF officials in Manicaland want Government to review contentious farm allocations made by self-exiled former Minister of State Mandi Chimene. Wenselydale and Wakefield farms in Headlands, which were originally set aside for the establishment of Wenselydale Training Centre and Manicaland State University for Applied Science (Agriculture Campus), respectively, were later allocated to individuals, a Mr Nyamuswa and Mr Kudzi Chipanga.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Provides Africans Many Lessons

[The Herald] Reflecting on the untimely and tragic assassination of his beloved Cde, the African revolutionary prince and former Prime Minister of the Congo, Patrice Emory Lumumba, in his book “Toward The African Revolution”, the bold African warrior F…

[The Herald] Reflecting on the untimely and tragic assassination of his beloved Cde, the African revolutionary prince and former Prime Minister of the Congo, Patrice Emory Lumumba, in his book "Toward The African Revolution", the bold African warrior Frantz Fanon in his essay titled "Lumumba's Death: Could We Do Otherwise", made the following statement; "Lumumba believed in his mission.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Woman, 23, Kills Hubby With Beer Bottle

[Times of Zambia] A TWENTY-THREE-year-old woman of Mpulungu in Northern Province has been arrested for allegedly killing her 33-year-old husband using a bottle of beer after a misunderstanding.

[Times of Zambia] A TWENTY-THREE-year-old woman of Mpulungu in Northern Province has been arrested for allegedly killing her 33-year-old husband using a bottle of beer after a misunderstanding.

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Tribute to a Departed Football Icon, Ringo Skrywer 1960-1998

[New Era] Namibian football history would be incomplete if the name of the now defunct Katutura giant killers Hungry Lions Football Club is not engraved in the golden pages of our national archives.

[New Era] Namibian football history would be incomplete if the name of the now defunct Katutura giant killers Hungry Lions Football Club is not engraved in the golden pages of our national archives.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

‘EL Not Aware of Graft Allegations By Former Ministers’

[Times of Zambia] STATE House has said President Edgar Lungu is not aware of the corruption allegations raised against the Government by former Cabinet ministers such as Harry Kalaba, who recently resigned from Foreign Affairs.

[Times of Zambia] STATE House has said President Edgar Lungu is not aware of the corruption allegations raised against the Government by former Cabinet ministers such as Harry Kalaba, who recently resigned from Foreign Affairs.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

CDF Challenges Senior Officers

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander General Philip Valerio Sibanda has challenged newly-promoted senior officers to perform to expectations in their new positions, which come with increased responsibilities. In December last year, President …

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander General Philip Valerio Sibanda has challenged newly-promoted senior officers to perform to expectations in their new positions, which come with increased responsibilities. In December last year, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who is also the Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, promoted several senior officers to various ranks.

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Tariff Watchdog Warns Price-Fixing Businesses

[The Herald] The Competition and Tariff Commission has warned wholesalers and retailers engaging in price-fixing to eliminate competition that the body will not hesitate to invoke the law to deal with errant businesses.

[The Herald] The Competition and Tariff Commission has warned wholesalers and retailers engaging in price-fixing to eliminate competition that the body will not hesitate to invoke the law to deal with errant businesses.

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BRRA to Ascertain Impact of Bulk Cargo Shift to Rail

[Times of Zambia] THE Government has engaged the Business Regulatory Review Agency (BRRA) to ascertain the regulatory impact of the Statutory Instrument (SI) to shift transportation of 30 per cent of bulk cargoes from road to rail.

[Times of Zambia] THE Government has engaged the Business Regulatory Review Agency (BRRA) to ascertain the regulatory impact of the Statutory Instrument (SI) to shift transportation of 30 per cent of bulk cargoes from road to rail.

Omusati Police to Trace Hit-and-Run Driver

[New Era] Ongwediva -The Omusati Regional Police are asking for the public’s assistance in tracing an unknown driver who struck and ran over a pedestrian at Oloole village, near Elim in Omusati Region.

[New Era] Ongwediva -The Omusati Regional Police are asking for the public's assistance in tracing an unknown driver who struck and ran over a pedestrian at Oloole village, near Elim in Omusati Region.

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Mop-Up Voter Reg Dates Set

[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) is set to conduct a mop-up registration exercise in the Midlands Province to accommodate those who could not make it during the registration blitz owing to various reasons. Addressing supporters duri…

[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) is set to conduct a mop-up registration exercise in the Midlands Province to accommodate those who could not make it during the registration blitz owing to various reasons. Addressing supporters during a Zanu-PF inter-district meeting here yesterday, provincial secretary for information Cde Cornelius Mpereri urged party members to take advantage of the exercise to go and register to vote.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe