Algeria Pledges Support to Local Students

[The Herald] Algeria has pledged to support Zimbabwean students studying specialised programmes in that country to enhance their knowledge and skills. Algeria Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Mr Nacedine Sai, made the commitment when he paid a courtesy call on …

[The Herald] Algeria has pledged to support Zimbabwean students studying specialised programmes in that country to enhance their knowledge and skills. Algeria Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Mr Nacedine Sai, made the commitment when he paid a courtesy call on the Minister of State for Government Scholarships in the Office of President and Cabinet, Dr Christopher Mushohwe in Harare yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Algeria

Is Govt Evicting Resettled Farmers?

[Zimbabwe Standard] President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has started withdrawing offer letters for a number of commercial farms, especially those that had horticulture and dairy projects before they were parcelled out to black farmers under the co…

[Zimbabwe Standard] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government has started withdrawing offer letters for a number of commercial farms, especially those that had horticulture and dairy projects before they were parcelled out to black farmers under the controversial land reform programme, it has been revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

What It Took to Find Listeriosis Source

[News24Wire] No holidays, “hectic exhaustion”, and 05:30 starts – this was life for the team working at the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) as they struggled to find the source of the deadly listeriosis outbreak.

[News24Wire] No holidays, "hectic exhaustion", and 05:30 starts - this was life for the team working at the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) as they struggled to find the source of the deadly listeriosis outbreak.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

From Rwf10,000, Uwimana Now Owns a Rwf20 Million Shoe Factory

[New Times] Three years ago, Jean d’Amour Uwimana could only manage to make about a dozen pairs of low quality sandals that he would then sell on city streets. The graduate of a six-month shoemaking vocational training course had only Rwf10,000 start-u…

[New Times] Three years ago, Jean d'Amour Uwimana could only manage to make about a dozen pairs of low quality sandals that he would then sell on city streets. The graduate of a six-month shoemaking vocational training course had only Rwf10,000 start-up capital. As a result, Uwimana resorted to making only a few pairs of sandals that he vended on city streets.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Over 30 Global Firms Want to Supply Electric Trains

[Daily News] Dodoma -THE Government has started screening more than 30 global firms which applied for contracts to supply electric trains to ply the standard gauge railway (SGR) line whose construction has just started.

[Daily News] Dodoma -THE Government has started screening more than 30 global firms which applied for contracts to supply electric trains to ply the standard gauge railway (SGR) line whose construction has just started.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Minister in Court for Corruption

[Namibian] THE prosecutor general has decided that education minister Katrina Hanse-Himarwa should stand trial in the Windhoek High Court on a charge of having corruptly used her former office as governor of the Hardap region.

[Namibian] THE prosecutor general has decided that education minister Katrina Hanse-Himarwa should stand trial in the Windhoek High Court on a charge of having corruptly used her former office as governor of the Hardap region.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Education Minister Denies Assaulting Nephew

[Namibian] EDUCATION minister Katrina Hanse-Himarwa has strenuously denied claims that she assaulted her brother’s 20-year-old son, saying he attacked her when she tried to restrain him during a fight.

[Namibian] EDUCATION minister Katrina Hanse-Himarwa has strenuously denied claims that she assaulted her brother's 20-year-old son, saying he attacked her when she tried to restrain him during a fight.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Minister Welcomes Decision to Repatriate Children to Zimbabwe

[Govt of SA] After three months of waiting, eight children who were found by the South African Police Service (SAPS) in Rustenburg in November 2017, will be repatriated from South Africa to Zimbabwe.

[Govt of SA] After three months of waiting, eight children who were found by the South African Police Service (SAPS) in Rustenburg in November 2017, will be repatriated from South Africa to Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

A Parliament of Farmers

[Namibian] TWENTY-EIGHT out of 104 politicians in the National Assembly declared that they own farms or farming companies, but half of them failed to indicate the size of the land they own.

[Namibian] TWENTY-EIGHT out of 104 politicians in the National Assembly declared that they own farms or farming companies, but half of them failed to indicate the size of the land they own.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia