Prophet Magaya Honoured

[The Herald] PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya was honoured on Wednesday evening by several church groups under the banner of My Zimbabwe Prayer Campaign for his outstanding spiritual and corporate work. Prophet …

[The Herald] PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya was honoured on Wednesday evening by several church groups under the banner of My Zimbabwe Prayer Campaign for his outstanding spiritual and corporate work. Prophet Magaya, accompanied by his wife, was given a certificate and a moving citation at a colourful event held at his Waterfalls base soon after he had held his Wednesday church service.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Major Dams Spill

[The Herald] LAKE Chivero, a key water source for Harare, reached full capacity early this week along with other major dams countrywide following incessant rains that have pounded Zimbabwe for the past two weeks. The national dam level average has rise…

[The Herald] LAKE Chivero, a key water source for Harare, reached full capacity early this week along with other major dams countrywide following incessant rains that have pounded Zimbabwe for the past two weeks. The national dam level average has risen to 65,1 percent. The Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) yesterday said Lake Chivero was 108 percent full.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

What They Remember About System Tazvida

[The Herald] Godwin Muzari -A lot of things happened while Memory Lane was on a long festive season break. It is good to be back. Among events that took place towards the end of the year was the launch of Chazezesa Challengers album titled “Smoko Reviv…

[The Herald] Godwin Muzari -A lot of things happened while Memory Lane was on a long festive season break. It is good to be back. Among events that took place towards the end of the year was the launch of Chazezesa Challengers album titled "Smoko Revival Zvachose".

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South Africa Reviews Special Permit

[The Herald] SOUTH Africa is reviewing the Zimbabwe Special Permit (ZSP) to decide the fate of about 200 000 Zimbabwean immigrants whose permits expire in December. In an interview yesterday, South Africa’s Home Affairs Department spokesperson Mr Mayih…

[The Herald] SOUTH Africa is reviewing the Zimbabwe Special Permit (ZSP) to decide the fate of about 200 000 Zimbabwean immigrants whose permits expire in December. In an interview yesterday, South Africa's Home Affairs Department spokesperson Mr Mayihlome Tshwete said Minister Malusi Gigaba was applying his mind to the issue.

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Ruling Party Rubbishes Violence Reports

[The Herald] Zanu-PF has dismissed claims that its supporters assaulted National Constitutional Assembly candidate Mr Madock Chivasa ahead of tomorrow’s by-election in Bikita West constituency, while police say they are probing the violence. Police spo…

[The Herald] Zanu-PF has dismissed claims that its supporters assaulted National Constitutional Assembly candidate Mr Madock Chivasa ahead of tomorrow's by-election in Bikita West constituency, while police say they are probing the violence. Police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba said police had received a report of assault, but were still investigating the whereabouts of the assailants.

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FOU Customs Records N4.7 Billion Seizures in One Year

[This Day] The Nigeria Customs Service, Federal Operations Unit Zone ‘C’ Owerri has said that it recorded a giant stride in its anti-smuggling activities with the seizure of a total of 307 contrabands worth N4.756 billion in the 2016 financial year.

[This Day] The Nigeria Customs Service, Federal Operations Unit Zone 'C' Owerri has said that it recorded a giant stride in its anti-smuggling activities with the seizure of a total of 307 contrabands worth N4.756 billion in the 2016 financial year.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Command Agriculture Maize Safe From Rains

[The Herald] Elita Chikwati -The bulk of the maize crop that was planted early, including that under the Command Agriculture Programme, is doing well despite heavy rains that have affected crops planted late in most parts of the country. Heavy rains ha…

[The Herald] Elita Chikwati -The bulk of the maize crop that was planted early, including that under the Command Agriculture Programme, is doing well despite heavy rains that have affected crops planted late in most parts of the country. Heavy rains have caused water-logging and leaching, worsening the situation in light sandy soils where crops are now yellowing while tobacco is ripening at a fast rate.

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Charges Against Old Mutual Financial Advisor Withdrawn

[The Herald] Old Mutual financial advisor Mr Fidelis Chabuka, who was facing accusations of trying to fraudulently sell a residential stand, is now a free man after the charge was withdrawn before plea at the Harare Magistrates’ Court. The charge was w…

[The Herald] Old Mutual financial advisor Mr Fidelis Chabuka, who was facing accusations of trying to fraudulently sell a residential stand, is now a free man after the charge was withdrawn before plea at the Harare Magistrates' Court. The charge was withdrawn on Tuesday after the complainant in criminal case number 11868-71-16, Blessing Boka, filed an affidavit indicating that he wanted the matter to be withdrawn.

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BoA Kenya to Shut Down 12 Branches, Lay Off Staff in Digital Shift

[East African] Bank of Africa (BoA) Kenya plans to digitise most of its services in a move that will see it retain only 30 branches of its 42 outlets across the country.

[East African] Bank of Africa (BoA) Kenya plans to digitise most of its services in a move that will see it retain only 30 branches of its 42 outlets across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya