National Netball Team Coach Dondo Confident

[The Herald] SENIOR national netball team coach Ledwin Dondo is confident her side will rise to the occasion when they take part in the Hong Kong Tri-nations tournament at Kowloon Park Sports Centre this week.

[The Herald] SENIOR national netball team coach Ledwin Dondo is confident her side will rise to the occasion when they take part in the Hong Kong Tri-nations tournament at Kowloon Park Sports Centre this week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Court Frees Activists On Violence Charges, Says State Not Serious

[New Zimbabwe] LEADER of protest group, Tajamuka/Sesijikile, who was on public violence charges was, last week, freed after state witnesses consecutively failed to turn up to testify against him.

[New Zimbabwe] LEADER of protest group, Tajamuka/Sesijikile, who was on public violence charges was, last week, freed after state witnesses consecutively failed to turn up to testify against him.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Football Star Billiat Set for Bumper Contract

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE international Khama Billiat is set to become the highest paid footballer in the South African Premiership if he renews his contract which is set to expire in June 2018.

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE international Khama Billiat is set to become the highest paid footballer in the South African Premiership if he renews his contract which is set to expire in June 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘State Spy’ Charged With Extorting U.S.$15,000 From Businessman

[New Zimbabwe] A HARARE man appeared in court Monday charged with extorting $15 000 from a businessman whom he told that he was being investigated by the police for ‘spying’.

[New Zimbabwe] A HARARE man appeared in court Monday charged with extorting $15 000 from a businessman whom he told that he was being investigated by the police for 'spying'.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Pres. Lungu Heads To Swaziland

President Edgar Lungu will head to Swaziland for the SADC Heads of State summit this Friday. The SADC Heads of State will be preceded by the Council of Ministers that will see Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba representing Zambia. Kalaba … Continued

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President Edgar Lungu will head to Swaziland for the SADC Heads of State summit this Friday. The SADC Heads of State will be preceded by the Council of Ministers that will see Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba representing Zambia. Kalaba said that the SADC summit was crucial as it was a platform for Zambia to cement its ties in the region. “His Excellency, the President of Zambia Mr Edgar Chagwa Lungu will be travelling to Lozitha Swaziland to attend the SADC Heads of State Summit. His Excellency the President will be accompanied by myself, the Honourable Minister for National Planning as well as the Minister of Commerce and Trade,†he said. He said that Zambia was asserting its place in the international community. The post Pres. Lungu Heads To Swaziland appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Ban On Helicopter Service – Minister Appeals for Calm

[Leadership] The Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika has said government is currently working out modalities to tackle the recent ban of helicopter service between Kaduna and Abuja and appealed for calm.

[Leadership] The Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika has said government is currently working out modalities to tackle the recent ban of helicopter service between Kaduna and Abuja and appealed for calm.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Former Warriors Coach Pasuwa’s Malawi Dream Up in Smoke

[The Herald] FORMER Warriors coach Callisto Pasuwa’s hopes of landing the post with Malawi national football team went up in smoke at the weekend after the country decided against hiring an expatriate coach because of their weak financial position.

[The Herald] FORMER Warriors coach Callisto Pasuwa's hopes of landing the post with Malawi national football team went up in smoke at the weekend after the country decided against hiring an expatriate coach because of their weak financial position.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Crisis Brews in Ekiti As Internal Squabble Results in Death of Transport Union Leader

[Premium Times] The Deputy Chairman of the Road Transport Employers’ Association of Nigeria, RTEAN, Akure Branch, ?Ojo Ogunsakin, has died in Ado-Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital, following an injury he sustained allegedly after an attack by another unio…

[Premium Times] The Deputy Chairman of the Road Transport Employers' Association of Nigeria, RTEAN, Akure Branch, ?Ojo Ogunsakin, has died in Ado-Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital, following an injury he sustained allegedly after an attack by another union leader.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria