Government Clarifies Roadblocks Issue

[The Herald] Government yesterday said only standard roadblocks will be reduced to four per province, but numerous spot checks by police within cities and towns will remain in place, dampening celebrations by motorists and public transport operators wh…

[The Herald] Government yesterday said only standard roadblocks will be reduced to four per province, but numerous spot checks by police within cities and towns will remain in place, dampening celebrations by motorists and public transport operators who thought they would now get a reprieve from harassment by law enforcement agents.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bogus Intelligence Operatives Dupe Chitungwiza Woman

[The Herald] Three Chitungwiza youths allegedly masqueraded as members of the Central Intelligence Organisation and duped a woman of $2 000 after offering to assist her recover a $2 500 debt.

[The Herald] Three Chitungwiza youths allegedly masqueraded as members of the Central Intelligence Organisation and duped a woman of $2 000 after offering to assist her recover a $2 500 debt.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Motorists Welcome Govt Move to Reduce Roadblocks

[New Zimbabwe] Motorists and other travelers on Tuesday welcomed government plans to reduce the number of police roadblocks along Zimbabwe’s highways that had made journeys tedious and affected business.

[New Zimbabwe] Motorists and other travelers on Tuesday welcomed government plans to reduce the number of police roadblocks along Zimbabwe's highways that had made journeys tedious and affected business.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Minister Vows to Fortify Food for Health

[New Zimbabwe] Health minister David Parirenyatwa says government will not relent on its plans to commence food fortification next month, despite calls by the Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) for government to halt its plans.

[New Zimbabwe] Health minister David Parirenyatwa says government will not relent on its plans to commence food fortification next month, despite calls by the Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) for government to halt its plans.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Training Authority Fails to Pay Assessors

[Namibian] Several Namibia Training Authority assessors say they were forced to fend for themselves after the entity failed to fully fund their travel, accommodation and meals while they were on official duty.

[Namibian] Several Namibia Training Authority assessors say they were forced to fend for themselves after the entity failed to fully fund their travel, accommodation and meals while they were on official duty.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia