Academies, Media Ministry Should Combine Synergies – Minister Melo

[ANGOP] Luanda -The education academies and the Media Ministry have to combine synergies with a view to improving the quality that the sector needs, said last Monday in Luanda the Media minister, João Melo.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The education academies and the Media Ministry have to combine synergies with a view to improving the quality that the sector needs, said last Monday in Luanda the Media minister, João Melo.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Did Oxford University Researchers Sanction Hunting of Cecil the Lion?

[Daily Maverick] When thousands of people donated nearly R20-million to the Oxford University Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU) after the killing of Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe, their assumption was that they were helping to protect Hwange l…

[Daily Maverick] When thousands of people donated nearly R20-million to the Oxford University Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU) after the killing of Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe, their assumption was that they were helping to protect Hwange lions. They were mistaken and this is why, writes DON PINNOCK.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

CAPS United Striker Zhuwawu Wins Fans Award

[The Herald] CAPS United striker John “JayZee” Zhuwawu’s consistence has finally been rewarded after the former Gunners man was voted the best player for the club in the month of October by the team’s fans. The 24-year old burst onto the scene in the s…

[The Herald] CAPS United striker John "JayZee" Zhuwawu's consistence has finally been rewarded after the former Gunners man was voted the best player for the club in the month of October by the team's fans. The 24-year old burst onto the scene in the second half of the season to become one of the pillars at the Green Machine.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Pupils Hopeful of Posting Good Results Despite Political Tension

[Nation] Primary school children from areas hit by violence during last week’s repeat presidential election were yesterday gearing up for the national exams that start this morning.

[Nation] Primary school children from areas hit by violence during last week's repeat presidential election were yesterday gearing up for the national exams that start this morning.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Woman Allegedly Loses U.S.$8,000 to Car Dealer

[The Herald] A Harare man yesterday appeared in court for allegedly swindling $8 000 from a client in a botched car deal. Munyaradzi Chauraya (38) appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Josephine Sande facing charges of theft of trust property. He was re…

[The Herald] A Harare man yesterday appeared in court for allegedly swindling $8 000 from a client in a botched car deal. Munyaradzi Chauraya (38) appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Josephine Sande facing charges of theft of trust property. He was remanded to November 23 on $100 bail. Prosecutor Linda Gadzikwa alleged that on an unknown date, Chauraya created a Facebook page called "CARS FOR CASH".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

SEC Launches Nigerian Capital Market Devt Fund, Inaugurates Board Members

[Leadership] Abuja and Lagos -The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched a new development fund tagged: Nigerian Capital Market Development Fund (NCMDF), with a mandate to provide funding for the Nigerian Capital Market’s developmental i…

[Leadership] Abuja and Lagos -The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched a new development fund tagged: Nigerian Capital Market Development Fund (NCMDF), with a mandate to provide funding for the Nigerian Capital Market's developmental initiatives that will spur growth of the Market and the Nigerian economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Dynamos Coach Runs Out of Patience

[The Herald] Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa could be losing patience with Lincoln Zvasiya and Denver Mukamba who apparently have failed to shed off their bad boy behaviour and have ended up disrupting the team. The pair last week caused fresh headaches to …

[The Herald] Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa could be losing patience with Lincoln Zvasiya and Denver Mukamba who apparently have failed to shed off their bad boy behaviour and have ended up disrupting the team. The pair last week caused fresh headaches to their coach when they failed to report for training ahead of a crucial top-of-the-table clash at Ngezi Platinum Stars.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Uhuru Energy Secures U.S.$51 Million for Solar Project

[The Herald] Independent Power Producer, Uhuru Energy, has secured $51 million from a Chinese State-owned firm for the first phase of its $300 million solar photovoltaic project. Under the project, Uhuru Energy will set up combined solar photovoltaic p…

[The Herald] Independent Power Producer, Uhuru Energy, has secured $51 million from a Chinese State-owned firm for the first phase of its $300 million solar photovoltaic project. Under the project, Uhuru Energy will set up combined solar photovoltaic power plants with a total capacity of 310 megawatts, making it the country's largest investment into renewable energy. Phase One of the project, which will be set up in Donnington West in Bulawayo, will cost $60 million while phases 2 to 4 will cost $240 million. The Chine

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe