Teenage Football Star Linked to Arsenal

[The Herald] In the week that a number of England-based footballers have been drafted into the Warriors set-up, the biggest circulating daily British newspaper, The Sun, have reported that Zimbabwean teenage star Trystan Nydam could be on his way to En…

[The Herald] In the week that a number of England-based footballers have been drafted into the Warriors set-up, the biggest circulating daily British newspaper, The Sun, have reported that Zimbabwean teenage star Trystan Nydam could be on his way to English giants Arsenal. Nydam, the 17-year-old midfielder who has forced his way into the first XI of Championship side Ipswich Town, is believed to have set his sights on playing for England and not Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Teenager Commits Suicide ‘To Go Rest’

[New Era] Keetmanshoop -A young man cut his life short after he hanged himself with a rope from a tree at Beespos Post in Keetmanshoop on Saturday, leaving a note saying although life was fine, he wants “to go rest’.

[New Era] Keetmanshoop -A young man cut his life short after he hanged himself with a rope from a tree at Beespos Post in Keetmanshoop on Saturday, leaving a note saying although life was fine, he wants "to go rest'.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

See You in Court, Politician Mliswa Tells Traditional Chiefs

[New Zimbabwe] Independent legislator Temba Mliswa has vowed to take chiefs’ president Fortune Charumbira to court for aiding Zanu PF’s election campaign by urging traditional leaders to mobilise voters for the ruling party.

[New Zimbabwe] Independent legislator Temba Mliswa has vowed to take chiefs' president Fortune Charumbira to court for aiding Zanu PF's election campaign by urging traditional leaders to mobilise voters for the ruling party.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Boxer Shihepo Denied Bail After Fatal Accident

[New Era] Windhoek -The mystery surrounding a road accident that killed two people between Windhoek and Okahandja on Saturday night was finally cracked with the arrest of prominent local boxer Wilberforce Shihepo.

[New Era] Windhoek -The mystery surrounding a road accident that killed two people between Windhoek and Okahandja on Saturday night was finally cracked with the arrest of prominent local boxer Wilberforce Shihepo.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Arrests Expected to Test Kigali-Kampala Relations

[East African] The arrest and arraignment of senior police officers before a Uganda army court has revealed how uneasy relations are between Ugandan security agencies and how this may have a bearing on relations with some neighbouring countries.

[East African] The arrest and arraignment of senior police officers before a Uganda army court has revealed how uneasy relations are between Ugandan security agencies and how this may have a bearing on relations with some neighbouring countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

We’re Winning War On Typhoid – Council

[The Herald] Over 30 cases of typhoid were confirmed in Harare’s oldest suburb of Mbare as of yesterday, while three patients were still admitted at Beatrice Road Infectious Hospital after the setting up of a 24-hour clinic to manage a typhoid outbreak…

[The Herald] Over 30 cases of typhoid were confirmed in Harare's oldest suburb of Mbare as of yesterday, while three patients were still admitted at Beatrice Road Infectious Hospital after the setting up of a 24-hour clinic to manage a typhoid outbreak, Health Services director Dr Prosper Chonzi said. Addressing a press conference in the capital while giving an update on the typhoid outbreak, Dr Chonzi said the city was winning the war on typhoid as they were no confirmed deaths from the outbreak.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

DP Ruto Taken to Task Over ‘Organised Militia’ Remark

[Nairobi News] Deputy President William Ruto has come under sharp attack from a section of Kenyans for claiming that Nasa leader Raila Odinga had used organised militia to block voting in four counties.

[Nairobi News] Deputy President William Ruto has come under sharp attack from a section of Kenyans for claiming that Nasa leader Raila Odinga had used organised militia to block voting in four counties.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Self-Proclaimed Mnangagwa Ally Mutodi Disowns Facebook Page

[The Herald] Businessman Mr Energy Mutodi has disowned the Facebook page on which two Cabinet ministers–Dr Sydney Sekeramayi and Dr David Parirenyatwa were accused of poisoning Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa saying someone could have mischievously …

[The Herald] Businessman Mr Energy Mutodi has disowned the Facebook page on which two Cabinet ministers--Dr Sydney Sekeramayi and Dr David Parirenyatwa were accused of poisoning Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa saying someone could have mischievously abused his name and picture to open the account. Opposing the duo's $40 000 defamation lawsuit, Mr Mutodi said he had nothing to do with the Facebook page in question although it bore his name and pictures.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kenya Election Hit By Low Voter Turnout, Violence and Postponement

[East African] Low voter turnout in Kenya’s fresh presidential election, compared with that held on August 8, was a major talking point as the final results in the election boycotted by the main opposition the National Super Alliance (Nasa) were awaited.

[East African] Low voter turnout in Kenya's fresh presidential election, compared with that held on August 8, was a major talking point as the final results in the election boycotted by the main opposition the National Super Alliance (Nasa) were awaited.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya