U.S.-Based Author Rufaro Tackles Diaspora Problems

[The Herald] United States-based Zimbabwean author Lisa Rufaro has published a book titled “Here I Am: Tears of an African Immigrant” which gives an insight of the transition of relocating from Zimbabwe to the diaspora.

[The Herald] United States-based Zimbabwean author Lisa Rufaro has published a book titled "Here I Am: Tears of an African Immigrant" which gives an insight of the transition of relocating from Zimbabwe to the diaspora.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Exiled Artist Launches Campaign Against Human Rights Abuses

[New Zimbabwe] Self-exiled poet, Mbizo Chirasha, has launched a yearlong campaign dubbed “The Zimbabwe We Want”, which will feature poems from Zimbabweans across the globe speaking to the crises facing the country.

[New Zimbabwe] Self-exiled poet, Mbizo Chirasha, has launched a yearlong campaign dubbed "The Zimbabwe We Want", which will feature poems from Zimbabweans across the globe speaking to the crises facing the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Advertising Agency Appointed Exclusive DStv Media Agent

[Financial Gazette] Leading advertising agency, Jericho, has signed an exclusive contract with MultiChoice Africa, allowing the firm to book advertising space for local companies on DStv.

[Financial Gazette] Leading advertising agency, Jericho, has signed an exclusive contract with MultiChoice Africa, allowing the firm to book advertising space for local companies on DStv.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Taxi Driver Accused of Raping Workmate’s Teen Sister

[New Zimbabwe] A taxi driver who went to his colleague’s house and found the latter’s juvenile sister alone at home before allegedly raping her was on Thursday arraigned before a Gweru magistrate.

[New Zimbabwe] A taxi driver who went to his colleague's house and found the latter's juvenile sister alone at home before allegedly raping her was on Thursday arraigned before a Gweru magistrate.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Churches, Universities At 2017 Bulawayo Arts Festival

[New Zimbabwe] Preparations for Bulawayo’s premier arts festival, Intwasa and the inaugural carnival are at an advanced stage with churches and several foreign musical groups confirming their participation.

[New Zimbabwe] Preparations for Bulawayo's premier arts festival, Intwasa and the inaugural carnival are at an advanced stage with churches and several foreign musical groups confirming their participation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Low Cost, High Benefit Medical Aid Plan Launched

[The Herald] Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) yesterday launched its first ever low cost or high benefit product called the Shield Plan, which is tailor-made for the informal sector, which has become a critical player in the economy. PSMAS c…

[The Herald] Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) yesterday launched its first ever low cost or high benefit product called the Shield Plan, which is tailor-made for the informal sector, which has become a critical player in the economy. PSMAS communications and brand manager Mr Arthur Choga, said the product has been in the pipeline for a long time.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

My 8-Hour Fight to Save 11 Kin in Indian Ocean – Shekue Kahale

[Nation] Details have emerged on how Lamu East parliamentary candidate Shekue Kahale swam for over eight hours as he battled to save his life and that of his 11 relatives after a boat capsized in Indian Ocean on Sunday.

[Nation] Details have emerged on how Lamu East parliamentary candidate Shekue Kahale swam for over eight hours as he battled to save his life and that of his 11 relatives after a boat capsized in Indian Ocean on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Obasanjo Attacks NASS Members Again

[Vanguard] The frosty relationship between lawmakers in the National Assembly and former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, worsened yesterday as he said with their monthly take-home pay which remains the highest in the world, they can best be described as:…

[Vanguard] The frosty relationship between lawmakers in the National Assembly and former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, worsened yesterday as he said with their monthly take-home pay which remains the highest in the world, they can best be described as: "a bunch of unarmed robbers"

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria