Zimpapers Scoops Health Award

[The Herald] The Zimpapers Group recently scooped a top award in the category of Health Awareness Initiatives at the Harare Metropolitan Province’s Social Responsibility Awards.

[The Herald] The Zimpapers Group recently scooped a top award in the category of Health Awareness Initiatives at the Harare Metropolitan Province's Social Responsibility Awards.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Night of Folk Songs With Diana At Bar Rouge

[The Herald] Bar Rouge has become a home for Diana “Mangwenya” Samkange. Every time she thinks of doing something special, Mangwenya goes to Bar Rouge and she has indeed made patrons at the place feel special.

[The Herald] Bar Rouge has become a home for Diana "Mangwenya" Samkange. Every time she thinks of doing something special, Mangwenya goes to Bar Rouge and she has indeed made patrons at the place feel special.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Made, Machaya Arrested

[The Herald] FORMER ministers Joseph Made and Jason Machaya have been arrested for abuse of office. Made, who is a former Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Minister, is detained at Rhodesville Police Station in Harare.

[The Herald] FORMER ministers Joseph Made and Jason Machaya have been arrested for abuse of office. Made, who is a former Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Minister, is detained at Rhodesville Police Station in Harare.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Minister Faith Muthambi Celebrates Festive Season With the Mental Healthcare Users At Evuxakeni Hospital in Giyani, 27 Dec

[Govt of SA] Public Service and Administration Minister, Ms Faith Muthambi, together with various stakeholders, will host the year-end function for the Mental Health Care Users of Evuxakeni Hospital in Giyani, on the 27th of December 2017.

[Govt of SA] Public Service and Administration Minister, Ms Faith Muthambi, together with various stakeholders, will host the year-end function for the Mental Health Care Users of Evuxakeni Hospital in Giyani, on the 27th of December 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Senator Booker Embraces Obama’s Zim Position

[The Herald] When the US Sub-Committee on Africa and Global Health Policy that last week sponsored a hearing titled “The Future of Zimbabwe”, the committee’s ranking member, so-called African American Cory Booker decided in his opening remarks to insis…

[The Herald] When the US Sub-Committee on Africa and Global Health Policy that last week sponsored a hearing titled "The Future of Zimbabwe", the committee's ranking member, so-called African American Cory Booker decided in his opening remarks to insist that President Mnangagwa and zanu-pf address the political disturbances in Matabeleland and Midlands from 1982.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

U.S. $4 Million for Cholera Fight

[Times of Zambia] THE Ministry of Finance has so far pumped K45 million into efforts to fight the latest outbreak of cholera since October when the first cases were reported.

[Times of Zambia] THE Ministry of Finance has so far pumped K45 million into efforts to fight the latest outbreak of cholera since October when the first cases were reported.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Ex Minister Loots Farm Equipment Worth Millions

[The Herald] FORMER Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Minister Dr Joseph Made allegedly looted farm equipment and inputs worth millions of dollars, which he hid at his Tara Farm in Headlands, Manicaland Province.

[The Herald] FORMER Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Minister Dr Joseph Made allegedly looted farm equipment and inputs worth millions of dollars, which he hid at his Tara Farm in Headlands, Manicaland Province.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Sun Illuminates Sanctuary of Egypt’s Ancient Karnak Temple

[Egypt Online] A shaft of sunlight illuminated on Thursday the usually dark sanctum of the Karnak temple, an ancient complex in the southern city of Luxor, in a rare astronomical phenomenon that happens twice a year to mark the summer and winter solstice.

[Egypt Online] A shaft of sunlight illuminated on Thursday the usually dark sanctum of the Karnak temple, an ancient complex in the southern city of Luxor, in a rare astronomical phenomenon that happens twice a year to mark the summer and winter solstice.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt