2018 Election All-Opposition Coalition Anti-Democracy?

[New Zimbabwe] National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) President Professor Lovemore Madhuku says his party is neither interested nor involved in any coalition talks as the whole idea is against the principle of a multi-party democracy.

[New Zimbabwe] National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) President Professor Lovemore Madhuku says his party is neither interested nor involved in any coalition talks as the whole idea is against the principle of a multi-party democracy.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Donkeys and Goods Smuggling Across the Limpopo River

[New Zimbabwe] South African police have again intercepted smugglers using donkeys to haul stolen goods across the border to Zimbabwe close to where they were used to tow a Hilux bakkie across the Limpopo River.

[New Zimbabwe] South African police have again intercepted smugglers using donkeys to haul stolen goods across the border to Zimbabwe close to where they were used to tow a Hilux bakkie across the Limpopo River.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Command Agric Locally Funded – Mnangagwa

[The Herald] Zimbabwean firms, which have become part of the solutions to the country’s challenges, are behind funding for Command Agriculture, Acting President Mnangagwa said yesterday during a tour of some farms in Mashonaland Central Province.

[The Herald] Zimbabwean firms, which have become part of the solutions to the country's challenges, are behind funding for Command Agriculture, Acting President Mnangagwa said yesterday during a tour of some farms in Mashonaland Central Province.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chibuku Road to Fame Album Launched

[The Herald] Chibuku Road to Fame (CRTF) 2014 national champions, Attack Force’s debut album was recently launched at a well attended event at Gwayagwaya Gardens in Chinhoyi.

[The Herald] Chibuku Road to Fame (CRTF) 2014 national champions, Attack Force's debut album was recently launched at a well attended event at Gwayagwaya Gardens in Chinhoyi.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zanu-PF MPs Fully Behind Chief Justice Bill

[The Herald] Zanu-PF legislators are fully behind the Constitutional amendment which seeks to empower the President to appoint the Chief Justice and at no point did they seek audience with President Mugabe over the matter.

[The Herald] Zanu-PF legislators are fully behind the Constitutional amendment which seeks to empower the President to appoint the Chief Justice and at no point did they seek audience with President Mugabe over the matter.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Is Uganda Broadcasting Corporation Too Sick to Be Treated?

[Monitor] Kampala -To adopt or not to adopt; that’s the question government must wrestle with as the UBC Review Committee handed in its 162-page report on Tuesday. At the head of the report is Dr Peter Mwesige.

[Monitor] Kampala -To adopt or not to adopt; that's the question government must wrestle with as the UBC Review Committee handed in its 162-page report on Tuesday. At the head of the report is Dr Peter Mwesige.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Confucius Institute Expands Chinese Learning in Egypt to Reach More Universities, Schools – Institute Manager

[Focac] Cairo -Cairo University’s Confucius Institute no longer targets only university students of Chinese language, but it started to attract students from different faculties and will soon open branches in more universities and schools nationwide in…

[Focac] Cairo -Cairo University's Confucius Institute no longer targets only university students of Chinese language, but it started to attract students from different faculties and will soon open branches in more universities and schools nationwide in Egypt, the institute manager told Xinhua in an interview Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Chinese Archaeologists Keen to Excavate in Egypt – Antiquities Minister

[Focac] Cairo -Egypt’s Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anany said in an interview with Xinhua that Chinese archaeologists are very interested in starting excavations in his archaeologically rich country.

[Focac] Cairo -Egypt's Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anany said in an interview with Xinhua that Chinese archaeologists are very interested in starting excavations in his archaeologically rich country.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt