Firm Ready to Go in Deep in Two Offshore Blocks

[Namibia Economist] Oil and gas exploration firm, Netherland Sewell and Associates, has identified five potential drill sites in two offshore blocks off the coast of Namibia saying Block 2312 and 2412A, respectively show potential geological success of…

[Namibia Economist] Oil and gas exploration firm, Netherland Sewell and Associates, has identified five potential drill sites in two offshore blocks off the coast of Namibia saying Block 2312 and 2412A, respectively show potential geological success of up to 29%.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

National Athletics Ready for Regional Championships

[The Herald] The National Athletics Association of Zimbabwe have said they are geared to host the Confederation of African Athletics Southern Region Senior Championships this weekend at the National Sports Stadium.The event starts on Friday with meetin…

[The Herald] The National Athletics Association of Zimbabwe have said they are geared to host the Confederation of African Athletics Southern Region Senior Championships this weekend at the National Sports Stadium.The event starts on Friday with meetings to be attended by the presidents of the national associations from the different participating countries while actual competition begins on Saturday and ends on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Must Push for Swift Resolution of Diplomatic Row With China Over Ivory

[Observer] Uganda has been drawn into a diplomatic row with China, the world’s second-largest economy, over controversial ivory trafficking claims in a recent letter authored by President Museveni.

[Observer] Uganda has been drawn into a diplomatic row with China, the world's second-largest economy, over controversial ivory trafficking claims in a recent letter authored by President Museveni.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Robbers Pose As City of Harare Employees

[The Herald] Three suspected robbers posed as City of Harare employees and gained entry into one of their victims’ premises on the pretext they intended to install prepaid water meters, before robbing the complainant at knifepoint.The trio – Tatenda Sa…

[The Herald] Three suspected robbers posed as City of Harare employees and gained entry into one of their victims' premises on the pretext they intended to install prepaid water meters, before robbing the complainant at knifepoint.The trio - Tatenda Sakarombe (31), Tendai Jongwe (46) and Moses Chimuchembere - got away with cash and valuables worth thousands of dollars.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Community Service for ‘Callous’ Mom

[The Herald] A Chitungwiza woman who poured hot candle wax on two minor children’s hands before hitting them with a knife for eating potatoes without her permission has been sentenced to 315 hours of community service.Cathrine Mutambiramwa (36) of Zeng…

[The Herald] A Chitungwiza woman who poured hot candle wax on two minor children's hands before hitting them with a knife for eating potatoes without her permission has been sentenced to 315 hours of community service.Cathrine Mutambiramwa (36) of Zengeza 5 pleaded guilty to ill-treatment or neglect of children. She told the court that she was angry and frustrated after the boys ate all the potatoes meant for dinner.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Eight Local Clubs for Swaziland Basketballl Tournament

[The Herald] National champions Harare City Hornets are confident they will grab gold at the 2017th edition of the Swaziland International Invitational tournament from June 23-25 in Mbabane.

[The Herald] National champions Harare City Hornets are confident they will grab gold at the 2017th edition of the Swaziland International Invitational tournament from June 23-25 in Mbabane.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

Tax Collector Surpasses Revenue Targets

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has surpassed gross and net revenue targets for last month by 17 percent and 11 percent respectively due to a raft of measures it has been implementing.Gross revenue collections for the month amounted…

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has surpassed gross and net revenue targets for last month by 17 percent and 11 percent respectively due to a raft of measures it has been implementing.Gross revenue collections for the month amounted to $307,35 million against a target of $262,21 million and net collections after refunds were at $290,68 million. Zimra said it had intensified audits and enforcement activities, improved operational efficiency, and client engagement initiatives to enhance revenue collec

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe