‘Sports for All’ Programme Launched in Gicumbi

[New Times] Officials from the Ministry of Sports and Culture (MINISPOC) have urged the residents of Kaniga in Gicumbi district to get involved in ‘Mass Sports and Sports for All’ initiative.

[New Times] Officials from the Ministry of Sports and Culture (MINISPOC) have urged the residents of Kaniga in Gicumbi district to get involved in 'Mass Sports and Sports for All' initiative.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

No Need to Scramble Over Maize Flour, More Coming – Bett

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Willy Bett on Monday said there was no need to either hoard or panic buy maize flour as there is an adequate supply of white maize.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Willy Bett on Monday said there was no need to either hoard or panic buy maize flour as there is an adequate supply of white maize.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Cricket Umpire Rusere for ICC Women’s World Cup

[The Herald] Zimbabwe will be represented at the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 in the United Kingdom with one of the country’s top cricket umpires, Langton Rusere, officiating at the tournament.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe will be represented at the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 in the United Kingdom with one of the country's top cricket umpires, Langton Rusere, officiating at the tournament.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Abortion Dilemma – It’s the Women Who Suffer

[The Herald] “My uterus was also damaged because of the pricking. The doctor had to remove it. I cried and begged him not to. He said I would die if he did not. The hysterectomy was performed when I was only 15.”

[The Herald] "My uterus was also damaged because of the pricking. The doctor had to remove it. I cried and begged him not to. He said I would die if he did not. The hysterectomy was performed when I was only 15."

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Trio Forges ID, Title Deeds to Dupe Buyers

[The Herald] Police have arrested three suspects believed to be part of a syndicate allegedly duping home-seekers by advertising non-existent residential stands in newspapers and using fake documents.

[The Herald] Police have arrested three suspects believed to be part of a syndicate allegedly duping home-seekers by advertising non-existent residential stands in newspapers and using fake documents.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt, Police Too Big, We Must Trim Them – Ekweremadu

[Vanguard] Deputy President of the Senate, Chief Ike Ekweremadu has said that the federal Government and its functions must be trimmed if the country is to be administered effectively.

[Vanguard] Deputy President of the Senate, Chief Ike Ekweremadu has said that the federal Government and its functions must be trimmed if the country is to be administered effectively.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

CAPS United Take On Libyan Side in Tunisia

[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe champions Caps United are targeting to reclaim second position in Group B of the 2017 African Champions League when they take on Libya’s Al Ahly Tripoli in Tunisia Wednesday.

[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe champions Caps United are targeting to reclaim second position in Group B of the 2017 African Champions League when they take on Libya's Al Ahly Tripoli in Tunisia Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Libya

Nedbank Citi Dash Postponed

[Namibian] Nedbank Namibia, in conjunction with EY Namibia and the Namibia National Olympic Committee, has announced that the 2017 Nedbank Citi Dash, originally scheduled to take place on Saturday, 24 June, has been deferred until a later date.

[Namibian] Nedbank Namibia, in conjunction with EY Namibia and the Namibia National Olympic Committee, has announced that the 2017 Nedbank Citi Dash, originally scheduled to take place on Saturday, 24 June, has been deferred until a later date.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Telecoms Giant Launches Lucky Number Promotion

[The Herald] Telecel Zimbabwe recently launched an SMS based promotion called Lucky Number which gives its subscribers the chance to win up to a total of $5 million in prizes over a three month period by using the last seven digits of their mobile numb…

[The Herald] Telecel Zimbabwe recently launched an SMS based promotion called Lucky Number which gives its subscribers the chance to win up to a total of $5 million in prizes over a three month period by using the last seven digits of their mobile number as a virtual lottery entry ticket.Telecel pre-paid subscribers offers participants as much as $50 000 per day in prize money provided their mobile number matches the numbers drawn in the lottery on the day. The lucky number is randomly drawn for the day. Participating

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe