Namibia Dominates School Sports Games

[Namibian] Harare -Namibia dominated the individual awards at the 18th edition of the Confederation of Southern African School Sports Associations (COSASSA) Games which ended in Harare, Zimbabwe on Saturday.

[Namibian] Harare -Namibia dominated the individual awards at the 18th edition of the Confederation of Southern African School Sports Associations (COSASSA) Games which ended in Harare, Zimbabwe on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

No Sacred Cows, Legislators Told

[The Herald] Speaker of the National Assembly Advocate Jacob Mudenda has urged parliamentarians to be courageous and hold powerful people to account for their actions, saying such authority is provided for in the Constitution.

[The Herald] Speaker of the National Assembly Advocate Jacob Mudenda has urged parliamentarians to be courageous and hold powerful people to account for their actions, saying such authority is provided for in the Constitution.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

UAE Exchange Donates to Kicukiro Genocide Survivors

[New Times] The management of UAE Exchange last Saturday gave support to 50 families in Kicukiro District, Nyarugunga Sector as part of the 23rd Commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

[New Times] The management of UAE Exchange last Saturday gave support to 50 families in Kicukiro District, Nyarugunga Sector as part of the 23rd Commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Flour Prices Unlikely to Come Down Until July, Millers Warn

[Nation] Flour (unga) prices are unlikely to come down until July when the country is expected to have adequate stocks to meet its needs, millers said yesterday, setting up consumers for two and half more months of pain at the shop.

[Nation] Flour (unga) prices are unlikely to come down until July when the country is expected to have adequate stocks to meet its needs, millers said yesterday, setting up consumers for two and half more months of pain at the shop.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Five Years of Misery, Pain

[The Herald] When Evermore Dzenga of Unit M Chitungwiza (29), (not related to the writer), started having irritations on her head during her high school days, she dismissed them as ring worms common among children her age.

[The Herald] When Evermore Dzenga of Unit M Chitungwiza (29), (not related to the writer), started having irritations on her head during her high school days, she dismissed them as ring worms common among children her age.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe