Triangle Edge Bantu Rovers

[The Herald] Substitute Maxwell Mawuna scored a late winner that helped Triangle edge a fighting Bantu Rovers in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Gibbo yesterday.

[The Herald] Substitute Maxwell Mawuna scored a late winner that helped Triangle edge a fighting Bantu Rovers in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Gibbo yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mutharika Lauds the Power of Peace and Unity

[Nyasa Times] President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has touted peace, order, justice, security and unity as cornerstones that can help the country achieve rapid national development.

[Nyasa Times] President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has touted peace, order, justice, security and unity as cornerstones that can help the country achieve rapid national development.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

‘Harare Now Free of Typhoid’

[The Herald] There are no more cases of typhoid in Harare owing to measures taken by the Ministry of Health and Child Care and its partners, a Cabinet minister has said.

[The Herald] There are no more cases of typhoid in Harare owing to measures taken by the Ministry of Health and Child Care and its partners, a Cabinet minister has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bungling On Mushore Costs Residents

[The Herald] Harare City Council finally decided to terminate a two-year contract with its town clerk Mr James Mushore last week. Mr Mushore was suspended soon after appointment as town clerk in April last year because the appointment was unprocedural,…

[The Herald] Harare City Council finally decided to terminate a two-year contract with its town clerk Mr James Mushore last week. Mr Mushore was suspended soon after appointment as town clerk in April last year because the appointment was unprocedural, that is, not in line with the Urban Councils Act.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Namupala and Iiyambo Finish 35th and 37th in Men’s Marathon

[Namibian] Namibian marathon runners, Reonard Namupala and Paulus Iiyambo on Sunday finished 35th and 37th in the 2017 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Athletics Championships underway in London.

[Namibian] Namibian marathon runners, Reonard Namupala and Paulus Iiyambo on Sunday finished 35th and 37th in the 2017 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Athletics Championships underway in London.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Did Top Opposition Official Celebrate Khupe Attack?

[The Herald] MDC-T deputy treasury-general Mr Charlton Hwende yesterday justified the bashing of the opposition party’s deputy president, Ms Thokozani Khupe, national chairman Mr Lovemore Moyo and organising secretary Mr Abednigo Bhebhe saying they des…

[The Herald] MDC-T deputy treasury-general Mr Charlton Hwende yesterday justified the bashing of the opposition party's deputy president, Ms Thokozani Khupe, national chairman Mr Lovemore Moyo and organising secretary Mr Abednigo Bhebhe saying they deserved it for organising an illegal meeting.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Could Synod Clergy Munthali Run For Parliamentary Seat?

[Nyasa Times] Livingstonia Synod of the CCAP clergy Reverend Maurice Munthali on Saturday heightened speculation that he wants to run for a parliamentary seat in Rumphi west when he arrived at a rally organised by Alliance for Democracy (Aford) in what…

[Nyasa Times] Livingstonia Synod of the CCAP clergy Reverend Maurice Munthali on Saturday heightened speculation that he wants to run for a parliamentary seat in Rumphi west when he arrived at a rally organised by Alliance for Democracy (Aford) in what was seen as the party's regalia and was spotted flashing the V sign of Aford.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Opposition Fallout Turns Ugly As Khuphe Bashed in Bulawayo

[New Zimbabwe] The MDC-T was Sunday left precariously on the brink of a further split after a group of alleged party activists beat up and injured party deputy president Thokozani Khuphe and her aides in Bulawayo.

[New Zimbabwe] The MDC-T was Sunday left precariously on the brink of a further split after a group of alleged party activists beat up and injured party deputy president Thokozani Khuphe and her aides in Bulawayo.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe