Mapeza Bounces Back As Warriors Coach

[The Herald] PERSEVERANCE and hard work have paid off for goalkeepers Petros Mhari and Edmore Sibanda who have been drafted into the Warriors’ squad for the international friendly against Zambia at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday. Coach Norman Ma…

[The Herald] PERSEVERANCE and hard work have paid off for goalkeepers Petros Mhari and Edmore Sibanda who have been drafted into the Warriors' squad for the international friendly against Zambia at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday. Coach Norman Mapeza named the duo among the three goalkeepers, who include Highlanders' Ariel Sibanda, for the showdown against Chipolopolo.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Typhoid, Cholera Re-Emerge in Harare

[The Herald] A suspected cholera and typhoid outbreak has killed two people in Hatcliffe and Epworth amid reports that one person was being treated for typhoid. The Hatcliffe outbreak resulted in the decommissioning of four out of seven boreholes in th…

[The Herald] A suspected cholera and typhoid outbreak has killed two people in Hatcliffe and Epworth amid reports that one person was being treated for typhoid. The Hatcliffe outbreak resulted in the decommissioning of four out of seven boreholes in the suburb. Harare City Council Health Services director Dr Prosper Chonzi confirmed reports of typhoid in Hatcliffe, saying six people were so far on their suspect list.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Doctors Issue Fresh Threat Over Salaries

[Nation] Doctors have given the Health ministry up to Friday to withdraw its communication to county governments that those who participated in the strike should not to be paid for the days they were away.

[Nation] Doctors have given the Health ministry up to Friday to withdraw its communication to county governments that those who participated in the strike should not to be paid for the days they were away.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Stop Abusing Us, Electoral Commission Tells Political Parties

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) is not bothered by threats from opposition political parties that yesterday announced that they were disengaging from voluntary meetings under the banner of ZEC-Political Parties Dialogue Platform. T…

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) is not bothered by threats from opposition political parties that yesterday announced that they were disengaging from voluntary meetings under the banner of ZEC-Political Parties Dialogue Platform. This came up after ZEC chairperson Justice Rita Makarau, together with other commissioners and the ZEC secretariat, walked out of a meeting with the parties in protest against continued "abuse at the hands of some political parties".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Time Running Out to Save Ruling Party – Stalwarts

[News24Wire] A group of over 100 ANC stalwarts is divided on its next move after the party rejected their suggestion to separate its national consultative conference from its policy conference in June.

[News24Wire] A group of over 100 ANC stalwarts is divided on its next move after the party rejected their suggestion to separate its national consultative conference from its policy conference in June.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Hacking Suspect Lives Large and Brags Big on Social Media

[Nation] On January 20, Alex Mutuku boarded the Lady of Zanzibar, the 554-passenger ferry that operated between Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar and Pemba islands. Before that, he took a picture of the red ferry, also known as Kilimanjaro V. “I hope she take…

[Nation] On January 20, Alex Mutuku boarded the Lady of Zanzibar, the 554-passenger ferry that operated between Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar and Pemba islands. Before that, he took a picture of the red ferry, also known as Kilimanjaro V. "I hope she takes care of me till there," he wrote on Facebook.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

World Bank to Change Development Assistance Approaches

[New Times] The World Bank president, Jim Yong Kim has said that the bank is shifting its approach to development in order to have a greater impact as well as reduce levels of poverty.

[New Times] The World Bank president, Jim Yong Kim has said that the bank is shifting its approach to development in order to have a greater impact as well as reduce levels of poverty.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda