Police Kill Two in Tete Shoot-Out

[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican police on Monday morning shot dead two of three armed robbers who were attempting to kill the owner of a shop in Mutarara district, in the western province of Tete.

[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican police on Monday morning shot dead two of three armed robbers who were attempting to kill the owner of a shop in Mutarara district, in the western province of Tete.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Defence Ministry Sets Low Target for Military Registration

[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican Ministry of Defence has announced that in this year’s registration for military service it expects to register around 170,000 young people.

[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican Ministry of Defence has announced that in this year's registration for military service it expects to register around 170,000 young people.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Praiseworthy Environmental Sanitation Activities

[Shabait] Keren -Commendable environmental sanitation activities with the objective of preventing communicable diseases was conducted in Diga and Ad-Ganed administrative areas of Mogolo and in Naro-Ans administrative areas in the Afabet sub zone.

[Shabait] Keren -Commendable environmental sanitation activities with the objective of preventing communicable diseases was conducted in Diga and Ad-Ganed administrative areas of Mogolo and in Naro-Ans administrative areas in the Afabet sub zone.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Don’t Expend Energy On Power Struggles – Madiro

[The Herald] Zanu -PF members should not waste their energies concentrating on power struggles and trivial issues, but must work towards winning this year’s harmonised elections. The revolutionary party’s Manicaland provincial chairperson Cde Mike Madi…

[The Herald] Zanu -PF members should not waste their energies concentrating on power struggles and trivial issues, but must work towards winning this year's harmonised elections. The revolutionary party's Manicaland provincial chairperson Cde Mike Madiro said it was time for Zanu-PF members to forget about the past and focus on winning the elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Diamond Sorter Denied Bail in U.S.$500,000 Theft Case

[The Herald] A diamond sorter at Marange-based Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC), who is accused of conniving with three other employees to steal diamonds worth half a million dollars and replacing them with fake gems, has been denied bail. …

[The Herald] A diamond sorter at Marange-based Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC), who is accused of conniving with three other employees to steal diamonds worth half a million dollars and replacing them with fake gems, has been denied bail. Anesu Dhliwayo (34) was remanded in custody to January 12 after Harare magistrate Ms Rumbidzai Mugwagwa ruled that he is a flight risk.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Unki Mines School to Benefit 560 Shurugwi Pupils

[The Herald] Shurugwi-based platinum mining consortium, Unki Mines, has completed the construction of a primary school in Shurugwi set to enrol 500 pupils when schools open for the first term, an official has said.

[The Herald] Shurugwi-based platinum mining consortium, Unki Mines, has completed the construction of a primary school in Shurugwi set to enrol 500 pupils when schools open for the first term, an official has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Don’t Cross Flooded Rivers, Villagers Told

[The Herald] Villagers from Chiredzi South Constituency have been urged to desist from crossing flooded rivers, especially the flood-prone Chilonga Bridge. In an interview, Chiredzi South legislator Brigadier-General Kalisto Gwanetsa (Retired) said los…

[The Herald] Villagers from Chiredzi South Constituency have been urged to desist from crossing flooded rivers, especially the flood-prone Chilonga Bridge. In an interview, Chiredzi South legislator Brigadier-General Kalisto Gwanetsa (Retired) said loss of life in his area could be avoided this rainy season. He said it was better for villagers to use longer routes than forcing their way through the flooded Runde River.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mutare Gets Investors for Market Stalls

[The Herald] Mutare City Council says it has potential investors who are interested in funding the construction of market stalls for vendors at designated places following the launch of Operation Restore Sanity.

[The Herald] Mutare City Council says it has potential investors who are interested in funding the construction of market stalls for vendors at designated places following the launch of Operation Restore Sanity.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Sulu Thrills Festive Merrymakers at Bar Rouge

[The Herald] Probably Dendera singer Sulumani Chimbetu will remember 2017 more for his legal battles than his music prowess, but the “Sean Timba” hitmaker is soldiering on judging by his performance at Bar Rouge at the weekend. This is the time of the …

[The Herald] Probably Dendera singer Sulumani Chimbetu will remember 2017 more for his legal battles than his music prowess, but the "Sean Timba" hitmaker is soldiering on judging by his performance at Bar Rouge at the weekend. This is the time of the year where imbibers spend with reckless abandon, where people eat, drink and dance like the sun will never rise tomorrow.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mohadi Donates Food Hampers, Blankets

[The Herald] Beitbridge Senator Tambudzani Mohadi recently teamed up with local legislator Cde Metrine Mudau to hand over donated food hampers and blankets to 40 people, among them orphans and senior citizens, in Beitbridge West constituency.

[The Herald] Beitbridge Senator Tambudzani Mohadi recently teamed up with local legislator Cde Metrine Mudau to hand over donated food hampers and blankets to 40 people, among them orphans and senior citizens, in Beitbridge West constituency.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe