Dismay at Rugby Team Players Sleep on the Streets in Tunisia

[News24Wire] Rugby Africa and the Tunisia Rugby Union have apologised to the Zimbabwean national team after they were forced to sleep on the streets of the north African country.

[News24Wire] Rugby Africa and the Tunisia Rugby Union have apologised to the Zimbabwean national team after they were forced to sleep on the streets of the north African country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Police Probe Officers Over Rundu Family ‘Massacre’

[Namibian] The police at Rundu will be probed for failing the family of the 18-year-old Rundu youth who killed five relatives on Sunday despite efforts made by the boy’s mother and sister to get help.

[Namibian] The police at Rundu will be probed for failing the family of the 18-year-old Rundu youth who killed five relatives on Sunday despite efforts made by the boy's mother and sister to get help.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Philippine MPs Wade Into Detained Zimbabwean’s Case

[New Zimbabwe] A group of Philippine legislators intervened Monday in the case of a Zimbabwean missionary detained in the southeast Asian country over alleged involvement in “communist terrorist group-oriented activities”.

[New Zimbabwe] A group of Philippine legislators intervened Monday in the case of a Zimbabwean missionary detained in the southeast Asian country over alleged involvement in "communist terrorist group-oriented activities".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mining Underway At Okongava As Dispute Rages On

[Namibian] Mineral exploration and prospecting are taking place on farm Okongava, the farm at the centre of a resettlement dispute and claims of high-level corruption, situated about 10 kilometres outside Karibib.

[Namibian] Mineral exploration and prospecting are taking place on farm Okongava, the farm at the centre of a resettlement dispute and claims of high-level corruption, situated about 10 kilometres outside Karibib.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Opposition Wants Printing of Ballot Papers Stopped

[New Zimbabwe] The opposition MDC Alliance has demanded an immediate halt to the ongoing printing of ballot papers for the July 30 elections, accusing the electoral authority of privileging incumbent president Emmerson Mnangagwa.

[New Zimbabwe] The opposition MDC Alliance has demanded an immediate halt to the ongoing printing of ballot papers for the July 30 elections, accusing the electoral authority of privileging incumbent president Emmerson Mnangagwa.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Grain Millers Association Rules Out Bread Shortage

[263Chat] Beira -The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has assured the nation that there will be adequate supply of bread following the arrival of consignment of 30 000 tonnes of wheat at the Beira port imported from Canada.

[263Chat] Beira -The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has assured the nation that there will be adequate supply of bread following the arrival of consignment of 30 000 tonnes of wheat at the Beira port imported from Canada.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Community Assistance Sought By Butterworth SAPS

[SAPS] Butterworth police are seeking community assistance identifying a middle aged man that was found murdered at Ext 7, Butterworth. The man was found yesterday, 02 July 2018 at about 03:00.

[SAPS] Butterworth police are seeking community assistance identifying a middle aged man that was found murdered at Ext 7, Butterworth. The man was found yesterday, 02 July 2018 at about 03:00.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa