Wife Scalds Husband With Cooking Oil for Playing His Music ‘Too Loud’

[News24Wire] A Zimbabwean woman has been sentenced to 315 hours of community service after she poured hot cooking oil over her husband because she was fed up of his loud music, a newspaper reports.

[News24Wire] A Zimbabwean woman has been sentenced to 315 hours of community service after she poured hot cooking oil over her husband because she was fed up of his loud music, a newspaper reports.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

DA to Ask Auditor General to Probe Shambolic Commonwealth Bid

[DA] The DA will write to the Auditor General (AG), Kimi Makwetu, to request that he launches a special investigation into the R 118 million which the Minister of Sport and Recreation, ‘Razzmatazz’ Fikile Mbalula, has wasted on Durban’s shambolic bid t…

[DA] The DA will write to the Auditor General (AG), Kimi Makwetu, to request that he launches a special investigation into the R 118 million which the Minister of Sport and Recreation, 'Razzmatazz' Fikile Mbalula, has wasted on Durban's shambolic bid to host the Commonwealth Games in 2022.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Zille’s Tipping Point – Colonial Creatures and the Concealing of Black History

[Daily Maverick] On Thursday, Mmusi Maimane, usually silent on a racial diatribe by Helen Zille, was forced to respond. Looking at him muttering something about colonialism but not about its praiser, he grew small before my eyes, weak and very sad. Yes…

[Daily Maverick] On Thursday, Mmusi Maimane, usually silent on a racial diatribe by Helen Zille, was forced to respond. Looking at him muttering something about colonialism but not about its praiser, he grew small before my eyes, weak and very sad. Yes, there may be mutual respect, there may have been mutual sacrifices for each other, there may even be affection, but as long as one group can occasionally say the rawest things about people who could easily be your brothers, about you, only shows that we remain strangers in

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Gospel Artist Mahachi, Mutukudzi to Collaborate

[Zimbabwe Standard] Award-winning gospel artist Tatenda Mahachi is in the studio recording what promises to be a game changing collaboration with Jazz virtuoso Oliver Mtukudzi.

[Zimbabwe Standard] Award-winning gospel artist Tatenda Mahachi is in the studio recording what promises to be a game changing collaboration with Jazz virtuoso Oliver Mtukudzi.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Tokwe Mukosi Flood Victims to Get Compensation Before Elections’

[New Zimbabwe] GOVERNMENT will finally pay off villagers displaced by the Tokwe Mukosi Dam in Chivi before the next year’s general elections, Masvingo provincial affairs minister Shuvai Mahofa has said.

[New Zimbabwe] GOVERNMENT will finally pay off villagers displaced by the Tokwe Mukosi Dam in Chivi before the next year's general elections, Masvingo provincial affairs minister Shuvai Mahofa has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

ANC’s International Relations Discussion Document – Not a Guide to What to Do Next

[Daily Maverick] It took a while but J. BROOKS SPECTOR eventually tackled the ANC’s discussion document on international relations and tried – hard – to apprehend its meaning and utility.

[Daily Maverick] It took a while but J. BROOKS SPECTOR eventually tackled the ANC's discussion document on international relations and tried - hard - to apprehend its meaning and utility.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Social Action Fund Beneficiaries in Plea for Chicken Disease Control

[Daily News] POULTRY disease outbreaks pose a huge challenge among beneficiaries of the Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF) grants programme, forcing them to seek expert help to prevent their chicken from dying and losing their small businesses.

[Daily News] POULTRY disease outbreaks pose a huge challenge among beneficiaries of the Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF) grants programme, forcing them to seek expert help to prevent their chicken from dying and losing their small businesses.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Tanzania Avails 500 Doctors to Kenya

[Daily News] WITH 3,800 of doctors who graduated in the country since 2014 being unemployed, Tanzania has agreed to provide 500 medics to Kenya to reduce shortages, especially now when their Kenyan counterparts are still on strike.

[Daily News] WITH 3,800 of doctors who graduated in the country since 2014 being unemployed, Tanzania has agreed to provide 500 medics to Kenya to reduce shortages, especially now when their Kenyan counterparts are still on strike.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya