Opposition Demands to Know Firm Printing Ballot Papers

[New Zimbabwe] The Zanu PF government must make public the identity of the company printing ballot papers for this year’s elections, MDC-T Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has demanded.

[New Zimbabwe] The Zanu PF government must make public the identity of the company printing ballot papers for this year's elections, MDC-T Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has demanded.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Five Perish in Morogoro Accident

[Daily News] FIVE people died and nine others were injured in a road accident that occurred yesterday morning at Lungemba area in Morogoro region along Morogoro-Iringa Highway.

[Daily News] FIVE people died and nine others were injured in a road accident that occurred yesterday morning at Lungemba area in Morogoro region along Morogoro-Iringa Highway.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Chevrons Off to a Flier

[The Herald] Well struck centuries by Sikandar Raza and Brendan Taylor led Zimbabwe to a resounding 116-run victory over Nepal in an International Cricket Council World Cup Qualifier contest at Queens Sports Club yesterday. The win saw Zimbabwe top gro…

[The Herald] Well struck centuries by Sikandar Raza and Brendan Taylor led Zimbabwe to a resounding 116-run victory over Nepal in an International Cricket Council World Cup Qualifier contest at Queens Sports Club yesterday. The win saw Zimbabwe top group B, followed by Scotland who did the home team a massive favour by beating Afghanistan by seven wickets at Bulawayo Athletic Club. Zimbabwe take on Afghanistan at Queens Sports Club tomorrow in what is certainly the biggest group match for the Chevrons.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Good Samaritan Loses Property, Cash

[The Herald] A married woman from Ascot suburb in Gweru allegedly lost a decoder, two cellphones and cash amounting to $146 to a man she had met around 3am while coming from a nightclub and offered him accommodation for the night. The woman’s husband w…

[The Herald] A married woman from Ascot suburb in Gweru allegedly lost a decoder, two cellphones and cash amounting to $146 to a man she had met around 3am while coming from a nightclub and offered him accommodation for the night. The woman's husband was reportedly away in Kwekwe. Terence Kondo (22) of Ascot, Infill Suburb in Gweru, appeared before magistrate Ms Mildred Matuvi last week charged with theft.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Biometric Verification of Refugees Introduced to Prevent Fraud

[VOA] The U.N. refugee agency has launched a nationwide biometric verification system in Uganda to make sure data gathered about refugees and asylum seekers is accurate. The UNHCR says this is to ensure assistance reaches those for whom it is intended.

[VOA] The U.N. refugee agency has launched a nationwide biometric verification system in Uganda to make sure data gathered about refugees and asylum seekers is accurate. The UNHCR says this is to ensure assistance reaches those for whom it is intended.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Deep Panic Triggered As Aids Drug Shortage Hits

[Daily News] Geita -PATIENTS attending in various special HIV clinics in Geita region face serious shortage of Opportunistic Infections (OIs) drugs, whose scarcity compromises the battle against the killer disease.

[Daily News] Geita -PATIENTS attending in various special HIV clinics in Geita region face serious shortage of Opportunistic Infections (OIs) drugs, whose scarcity compromises the battle against the killer disease.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt Says It Busted Regional Child Trafficking Ring

[VOA] Cameroonian authorities say they have dismantled a network of child traffickers responsible for dozens of abductions in the region over the past several months. The network is said to have extended into neighboring Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and Chad.

[VOA] Cameroonian authorities say they have dismantled a network of child traffickers responsible for dozens of abductions in the region over the past several months. The network is said to have extended into neighboring Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and Chad.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Opposition Office Turns Into War Zone

[New Zimbabwe] The power struggle in the MDC T yet again took an ugly turn Sunday with violent clashes at the party offices in Bulawayo which resulted in several people being injured.

[New Zimbabwe] The power struggle in the MDC T yet again took an ugly turn Sunday with violent clashes at the party offices in Bulawayo which resulted in several people being injured.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe