Apologise to President, War Vets Leader Mahiya Told

[The Herald] Welfare Services for War veterans, War Collaborators, Ex-political Detainees and Restrictees Minister Retired Colonel Tshinga Dube has advised Mr Douglas Mahiya to apologise to President Mugabe and fellow war veterans for disrespecting the…

[The Herald] Welfare Services for War veterans, War Collaborators, Ex-political Detainees and Restrictees Minister Retired Colonel Tshinga Dube has advised Mr Douglas Mahiya to apologise to President Mugabe and fellow war veterans for disrespecting the Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces. Rtd Col Dube's remarks were in response to statements made by the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) spokesman, that President Mugabe would go down with under-

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Two ‘Fake Soldiers’ Arrested

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police in Dedza have arrested two men; Abel Ekani Chakwindima, 35, and Chifuniro Chiwoko, 32, for impersonating Malawi Defense Force (MDF) soldiers.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police in Dedza have arrested two men; Abel Ekani Chakwindima, 35, and Chifuniro Chiwoko, 32, for impersonating Malawi Defense Force (MDF) soldiers.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

‘Country Not Poor, Not By a Long Shot’

[The Herald] In 2013, a research website by the name New World Wealth published a “survey” report which bogusly claimed that Zimbabwe was the poorest country in Africa because of its “controversial indigenisation policies” and “due to the erosion of ow…

[The Herald] In 2013, a research website by the name New World Wealth published a "survey" report which bogusly claimed that Zimbabwe was the poorest country in Africa because of its "controversial indigenisation policies" and "due to the erosion of ownership rights". The survey defined wealth per capita as "a measure of the net assets held by individuals, including real estate, shares, business interests and intangibles, while excluding primary residences".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

President Warns Against ‘Press Freedom Abuse’

[Nyasa Times] President Peter Mutharika has sent a goodwill message to journalists across Malawi as they commemorate World Press Freedom Day on May 3, warning them against abusing their freedom of expression but says his government is committed to deep…

[Nyasa Times] President Peter Mutharika has sent a goodwill message to journalists across Malawi as they commemorate World Press Freedom Day on May 3, warning them against abusing their freedom of expression but says his government is committed to deepening media freedom and diversity.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Island Aircraft – the Stories Behind 4 Names in Air Seychelles’ Fleet

[Seychelles News Agency] Planning a trip to the Seychelles islands? If the archipelago’s national airline is your carrier of choice, you will not be flying on just any anonymous aircraft.

[Seychelles News Agency] Planning a trip to the Seychelles islands? If the archipelago's national airline is your carrier of choice, you will not be flying on just any anonymous aircraft.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

Higher Education Examination Council Results Out

[The Herald] Higher Education Examination Council (HEXCO) results for March and April 2017 examinations are out. Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development permanent secretary Ambassador Machivenyika Mapuranga announced the devel…

[The Herald] Higher Education Examination Council (HEXCO) results for March and April 2017 examinations are out. Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development permanent secretary Ambassador Machivenyika Mapuranga announced the development in a statement yesterday. The overall pass rate is 74 percent, he said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ruling Party Politician ‘Chinoz’ Donates Furniture to Chinx

[The Herald] Buhera South National Assembly Member Cde Joseph Chinotimba yesterday bought furniture worth $4 500 to be officially handed over to veteran musician Cde Dickson “Chinx” Chingaira who recently moved into a house that was built for him by th…

[The Herald] Buhera South National Assembly Member Cde Joseph Chinotimba yesterday bought furniture worth $4 500 to be officially handed over to veteran musician Cde Dickson "Chinx" Chingaira who recently moved into a house that was built for him by the Zimbabwe Music Awards. The furniture includes a leather sofa set with a recliner. Dr Grace Mugabe handed over the new house to Cde Chinx on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe