Local Business Warned

[The Herald] Local businesses should scale up consumer relations etiquette or risk losing out on the expected influx of foreign businesses that are showing increased interest in investing in Zimbabwe, the Chartered Institute of Customer Relations Manag…

[The Herald] Local businesses should scale up consumer relations etiquette or risk losing out on the expected influx of foreign businesses that are showing increased interest in investing in Zimbabwe, the Chartered Institute of Customer Relations Management (CICRM) has warned.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

7 200 Apply for Postal Voting

[The Herald] About 7 200 people, the majority of them diplomats, have applied for postal voting in the July 30 elections, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has said.

[The Herald] About 7 200 people, the majority of them diplomats, have applied for postal voting in the July 30 elections, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Deliver Sweet Victory for Mnangagwa’

[The Herald] Zanu-PF supporters in Matabeleland South have been urged to intensify election campaigns and deliver a “sweet victory” for President Mnangagwa, who carries the aspirations of all Zimbabweans. Senator for Bulilima-Mangwe, Cde Simon Khaya Mo…

[The Herald] Zanu-PF supporters in Matabeleland South have been urged to intensify election campaigns and deliver a "sweet victory" for President Mnangagwa, who carries the aspirations of all Zimbabweans. Senator for Bulilima-Mangwe, Cde Simon Khaya Moyo, yesterday made the clarion call to sitting legislators, aspiring MPs, provincial council aspirants, war veterans' leadership and the party local provincial leaders at a meeting held at zanu-pf Plumtree offices.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

I’ll Clear Bank Queues in 3 Weeks, Says Presidential Hopeful Mariyacha

[The Herald] Presidential hopeful Mrs Violet Mariyacha, leader of the United Democracy Movement (UDM), has said if given the mandate to govern, her party’s main focus would be to inject enough cash into the economy to clear bank queues within three weeks.

[The Herald] Presidential hopeful Mrs Violet Mariyacha, leader of the United Democracy Movement (UDM), has said if given the mandate to govern, her party's main focus would be to inject enough cash into the economy to clear bank queues within three weeks.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Hell in Tunisia

[The Herald] Rugby Africa and Tunisia Rugby were yesterday forced to apologise to their Zimbabwean counterparts after the North Africans, in an act plucked from hell, detained the Sables at Cartage Airport for six hours on Monday night before booking t…

[The Herald] Rugby Africa and Tunisia Rugby were yesterday forced to apologise to their Zimbabwean counterparts after the North Africans, in an act plucked from hell, detained the Sables at Cartage Airport for six hours on Monday night before booking them into a sub-standard lodge which the team rejected.

source: AllAfrica News: Tunisia

U.S.$15 Million Credit Facility for Exporters

[The Herald] NMB Bank has secured a $15 million line of credit facility for exporters as part of its efforts to enhance exports that are the country’s biggest foreign currency earner.

[The Herald] NMB Bank has secured a $15 million line of credit facility for exporters as part of its efforts to enhance exports that are the country's biggest foreign currency earner.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Praises International Cricket Committee Support

[The Herald] Government has said it values the support of the International Cricket Committee towards Zimbabwe Cricket and commits itself to the development of the game in the country.

[The Herald] Government has said it values the support of the International Cricket Committee towards Zimbabwe Cricket and commits itself to the development of the game in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Macron Urges African Youth to Be Politically ‘Involved’ During Nigeria Visit

[RFI] French President Emmanuel Macron received a rock-star welcome at Nigeria’s New Afrika Shrine nightclub in Lagos on Tuesday. The venue, founded by Afrobeat star Fela Kuti, provided him the backdrop to launch his new African Cultural Season, which …

[RFI] French President Emmanuel Macron received a rock-star welcome at Nigeria's New Afrika Shrine nightclub in Lagos on Tuesday. The venue, founded by Afrobeat star Fela Kuti, provided him the backdrop to launch his new African Cultural Season, which he hopes will change France's perception of African culture.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

LGBTI Pride Gets Global Attention

[Swazi Media] International media extensively reported Swaziland’s first ever LGBTI Pride on Saturday. The tone of coverage about the pride parade and its organiser Rock of Hope was overwhelmingly positive, but King Mswati III, who rules Swaziland as s…

[Swazi Media] International media extensively reported Swaziland's first ever LGBTI Pride on Saturday. The tone of coverage about the pride parade and its organiser Rock of Hope was overwhelmingly positive, but King Mswati III, who rules Swaziland as sub-Saharan Africa's last absolute monarch, and the traditionalists who support him came under criticism.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland