Opposition Leader Khupe to Challenge Expulsion At Concourt

[The Herald] The MDC-T leadership wrangle continues to fester after it emerged that expelled vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe will be challenging her expulsion from Parliament at the Constitutional Court today.

[The Herald] The MDC-T leadership wrangle continues to fester after it emerged that expelled vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe will be challenging her expulsion from Parliament at the Constitutional Court today.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Masvingo to Honour President

[The Herald] Government and the ruling Zanu-PF have started preparatory work to build a shrine at Masvingo Railway Station in memory of the historic bombing of a Rhodesian locomotive by President Mnangagwa in 1964, that resulted in his arrest and subse…

[The Herald] Government and the ruling Zanu-PF have started preparatory work to build a shrine at Masvingo Railway Station in memory of the historic bombing of a Rhodesian locomotive by President Mnangagwa in 1964, that resulted in his arrest and subsequent sentencing to death.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Dispensation Scores Big – Foreign Affairs Minister Moyo

[The Herald] Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Dr Sibusiso Moyo has said there has been tremendous progress under the new political administration led by President Mnangagwa, as Government has set out on implementing far-reaching politic…

[The Herald] Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Dr Sibusiso Moyo has said there has been tremendous progress under the new political administration led by President Mnangagwa, as Government has set out on implementing far-reaching political and economic reforms.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Patients Fight Striking Nurses

[The Herald] There was chaos at Chitungwiza Central Hospital yesterday as patients manhandled striking nurses, demanding that they be attended to since they had paid consultation fees.

[The Herald] There was chaos at Chitungwiza Central Hospital yesterday as patients manhandled striking nurses, demanding that they be attended to since they had paid consultation fees.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Fired City Director to Get U.S.$760,000

[The Herald] Harare City Council has resolved to negotiate and agree on the applicable damages in lieu of reinstatement of a former finance director who was awarded labour damages amounting to $760 000 by a labour officer.

[The Herald] Harare City Council has resolved to negotiate and agree on the applicable damages in lieu of reinstatement of a former finance director who was awarded labour damages amounting to $760 000 by a labour officer.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Survivors Association Achieving Self-Reliance Through Agri-Business

[New Times] The Association of Student survivors of Genocide against the Tutsi (AERG) has over the years improved their self-reliance by making use of a 120-hectare farm in Karangazi Sector in Nyagatare District.

[New Times] The Association of Student survivors of Genocide against the Tutsi (AERG) has over the years improved their self-reliance by making use of a 120-hectare farm in Karangazi Sector in Nyagatare District.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Protesters Gather in Washington to Denounce War

[VOA] A couple dozen South Sudanese demonstrators and political activists, some aligned with the SPLM in Opposition (SPLM-IO), gathered in front of the White House Monday to protest the ongoing war in their native country.

[VOA] A couple dozen South Sudanese demonstrators and political activists, some aligned with the SPLM in Opposition (SPLM-IO), gathered in front of the White House Monday to protest the ongoing war in their native country.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Govt Vows to Bring Journalist’s Murderers to Justice

[FrontPageAfrica] New York -Hours after the fatal murder of journalist Tyron A. Brown, Liberia’s Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism Lenn Eugene Nagbe says the Weah-led government will leave no stone unturned in bringing the killers t…

[FrontPageAfrica] New York -Hours after the fatal murder of journalist Tyron A. Brown, Liberia's Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism Lenn Eugene Nagbe says the Weah-led government will leave no stone unturned in bringing the killers to justice.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia