A Tale of Two Coaches

[The Herald] FC Platinum have given their coach Norman Mapeza the green light to take charge of the Warriors’ opening 2019 Nations Cup qualifier against Liberia at the National Sports Stadium next month after ZIFA came knocking asking for the gaffer to…

[The Herald] FC Platinum have given their coach Norman Mapeza the green light to take charge of the Warriors' opening 2019 Nations Cup qualifier against Liberia at the National Sports Stadium next month after ZIFA came knocking asking for the gaffer to guide the senior national football team in that big game on a caretaker basis.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Biti’s Party Demands Free Press Ahead of 2018

[New Zimbabwe] THE People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has demanded the immediate freeing of the airwaves to private players and access to State media by the opposition as the country gears for harmonised elections next year.

[New Zimbabwe] THE People's Democratic Party (PDP) has demanded the immediate freeing of the airwaves to private players and access to State media by the opposition as the country gears for harmonised elections next year.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Freedom Gone but Work Goes On for Journalists

[VOA] Wednesday was World Press Freedom Day, but in South Sudan, journalists say freedom to do their work has all but disappeared. Alfred Taban, editor in chief of the independent Juba Monitor, says his English-language newspaper is routinely censored …

[VOA] Wednesday was World Press Freedom Day, but in South Sudan, journalists say freedom to do their work has all but disappeared. Alfred Taban, editor in chief of the independent Juba Monitor, says his English-language newspaper is routinely censored by security agents prior to publishing.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Premier League in Shambles

[Namibian] DIVISIONS within the Namibia Premier League (NPL) almost took a violent turn this week as domestic football’s bleak prospects persist.

[Namibian] DIVISIONS within the Namibia Premier League (NPL) almost took a violent turn this week as domestic football's bleak prospects persist.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

War Vets Leader Mutsvangwa Slams Daily News

[The Herald] Zvamaida Murwira -Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) national chairperson Mr Christopher Mutsvangwa yesterday slammed Daily News for falsely portraying a rift between the association and President Mugabe. He als…

[The Herald] Zvamaida Murwira -Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) national chairperson Mr Christopher Mutsvangwa yesterday slammed Daily News for falsely portraying a rift between the association and President Mugabe. He also reaffirmed his organisation's support of President Mugabe. Mr Mutsvangwa said in an interview yesterday that they fully associated themselves with remarks made by Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander General Constantine Guveya Chiwenga during an interview with The Herald and The Sunday Mail

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zuma Agrees With Mugabe’s Remarks – Report

[The Herald] President Mugabe yesterday met his South African counterpart President Jacob Zuma for bilateral talks on the sidelines of the 27th edition of the World Economic Forum on Africa, which ends here today. Speaking to journalists after paying a…

[The Herald] President Mugabe yesterday met his South African counterpart President Jacob Zuma for bilateral talks on the sidelines of the 27th edition of the World Economic Forum on Africa, which ends here today. Speaking to journalists after paying a courtesy call on the President, the South African President who was accompanied by his International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane - said the two leaders had a "very good", "friendly" and "brotherly" discussion.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Former Chief Justice Chidyausiku’s Family Suspects Foul Play

[New Zimbabwe] THE family of the late former Chief Justice, Godfrey Chidyausiku, who died this week of liver and kidney complications at a South African hospital, suspect that his food was spiked with poison during a farewell party hosted for him by th…

[New Zimbabwe] THE family of the late former Chief Justice, Godfrey Chidyausiku, who died this week of liver and kidney complications at a South African hospital, suspect that his food was spiked with poison during a farewell party hosted for him by the Judicial Services Commission.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe