I Gave My Mother N50,000 From Proceeds of My First Robbery – Suspect

[Vanguard] Lagos -Member of a four-man robbery gang, Offor Joseph, arrested recently by Police officers attached to Satellite Division, Lagos State Police Command, has revealed that he gave his mother N50,000 from his share of the N900,000 he got from …

[Vanguard] Lagos -Member of a four-man robbery gang, Offor Joseph, arrested recently by Police officers attached to Satellite Division, Lagos State Police Command, has revealed that he gave his mother N50,000 from his share of the N900,000 he got from his first operation.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Oshiomhole Initiates Peace Talks With Aggrieved Party Members

[Vanguard] New National Chairman of All Progressives Congress, APC, has initiated talks with all aggrieved elements in the party towards aborting plans by the dissenting tendencies to leave the party, sources close to the leadership have affirmed.

[Vanguard] New National Chairman of All Progressives Congress, APC, has initiated talks with all aggrieved elements in the party towards aborting plans by the dissenting tendencies to leave the party, sources close to the leadership have affirmed.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Free Blood for Public, Mission Hospitals

[The Herald] Government has said blood will now be offered free of charge to patients at public health institutions and mission hospitals with immediate effect. The scraping of fees for the life saving commodity follows President Mnangagwa’s directive …

[The Herald] Government has said blood will now be offered free of charge to patients at public health institutions and mission hospitals with immediate effect. The scraping of fees for the life saving commodity follows President Mnangagwa's directive to scrap associated charges last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chaos Rocks At Beitbridge Border Post

[The Herald] There was chaos at Beitbridge Border Post over the weekend after transporters, commonly known as Omalayitsha, staged a sit-in in defiance of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra)’s move to maximise duty collection on specified goods enter…

[The Herald] There was chaos at Beitbridge Border Post over the weekend after transporters, commonly known as Omalayitsha, staged a sit-in in defiance of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra)'s move to maximise duty collection on specified goods entering the country from South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Hwange Guns for Municipal Status

[The Herald] The Hwange community is pleading with Government to award their town municipal status so that it can be run by a mayor, just like other towns across the country, to promote development.

[The Herald] The Hwange community is pleading with Government to award their town municipal status so that it can be run by a mayor, just like other towns across the country, to promote development.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Employ Hwange Locals, Mnangagwa Tells Power Company

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has directed the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC), which is set to start the expansion of Hwange Thermal Power Station, to employ Hwange residents so as to improve their living standards.

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has directed the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC), which is set to start the expansion of Hwange Thermal Power Station, to employ Hwange residents so as to improve their living standards.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Secures U.S.$60 Million Loan Facility for Small-Scale Gold Miners

[The Herald] Government has secured a $60 million loan facility for small-scale gold miners to bolster gold output, Mines and Mining Development Minister Wiston Chitando has said.

[The Herald] Government has secured a $60 million loan facility for small-scale gold miners to bolster gold output, Mines and Mining Development Minister Wiston Chitando has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cheetahs Gear Up for World Cup

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s most successful rugby side, the Cheetahs, started getting back together yesterday for the final camp of their World Cup preparations, with coach Gilbert Nyamutsamba naming a 16-man provisional side.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's most successful rugby side, the Cheetahs, started getting back together yesterday for the final camp of their World Cup preparations, with coach Gilbert Nyamutsamba naming a 16-man provisional side.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe