Did Ruling Party Pick War With Governance Watchdog?

[Nyasa Times] The quasi-religion Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has accused the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) of seeking public sympathy and picking a war with the governance watchdog.

[Nyasa Times] The quasi-religion Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has accused the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) of seeking public sympathy and picking a war with the governance watchdog.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Councils Feud Over U.S.$7 Million Debt

[The Herald] Harare City Council (HCC) has taken Chitungwiza Municipality to the High Court over an outstanding water bill amounting to $7,2 million. The two local authorities entered an agreement in which HCC would supply treated water to Chitungwiza …

[The Herald] Harare City Council (HCC) has taken Chitungwiza Municipality to the High Court over an outstanding water bill amounting to $7,2 million. The two local authorities entered an agreement in which HCC would supply treated water to Chitungwiza daily.Chitungwiza would then sell the water to its residents. In terms of the agreement, Chitungwiza would be billed for the water supplied monthly and it was expected to pay the bills religiously.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Major Producers Ready for Food Fortification

[The Herald] Nine local companies have indicated their readiness to start producing fortified food by July 1, and there is no going back on the policy, deputy director of nutrition in the Ministry of Health and Child Care Mrs Annscaria Chigumira has sa…

[The Herald] Nine local companies have indicated their readiness to start producing fortified food by July 1, and there is no going back on the policy, deputy director of nutrition in the Ministry of Health and Child Care Mrs Annscaria Chigumira has said. Food fortification involves replacing nutrients lost during food processing to increase nutritional value.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Uproar Over City Mayor’s Mansion

[The Herald] Gweru City Council (GCC) is renovating the 20-roomed mayoral mansion, with $38 000 expected to be spent on new curtains before the city’s new Town Clerk, Ms Elizabeth Gwatipedza, moves in.A borehole has been drilled and there have been som…

[The Herald] Gweru City Council (GCC) is renovating the 20-roomed mayoral mansion, with $38 000 expected to be spent on new curtains before the city's new Town Clerk, Ms Elizabeth Gwatipedza, moves in.A borehole has been drilled and there have been some repairs to fix leaks, as well as painting. The mayoral mansion, which was last occupied in 2008 by former executive mayor Mr Sesel Zvidzai, had become derelict.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Opposition’s Chamisa Blames the Learned, Youths for Voter Apathy

[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T vice President, Nelson Chamisa, said “educated” Zimbabweans and the youths were blocking “change” which Zimbabweans were yearning for through ignoring national politics.

[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T vice President, Nelson Chamisa, said "educated" Zimbabweans and the youths were blocking "change" which Zimbabweans were yearning for through ignoring national politics.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gaidam Punches All the Way to Impact

[Daily Trust] As Yobe State emerges out of nearly six years of devastating Boko Haram attacks, there is emerging consensus among a broad spectrum of public opinion that its governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Gaidam, is moving actively fast to rebuild the state a…

[Daily Trust] As Yobe State emerges out of nearly six years of devastating Boko Haram attacks, there is emerging consensus among a broad spectrum of public opinion that its governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Gaidam, is moving actively fast to rebuild the state and place it on the path to socio-economic glory.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘Govt Cares More About Mugabe’s Trips, Propaganda Than Education’

[New Zimbabwe] Former Primary and Secondary Education Minister, David Coltart, says the government prioritises presidential and cabinet foreign trips while routinely allocating meager budgets to the education sector.

[New Zimbabwe] Former Primary and Secondary Education Minister, David Coltart, says the government prioritises presidential and cabinet foreign trips while routinely allocating meager budgets to the education sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Minister Defends Foreign Imports

[Daily News] Dodoma -The government has trashed claims that national team poor performance in international competitions is due to giant clubs’ preference for foreign players.

[Daily News] Dodoma -The government has trashed claims that national team poor performance in international competitions is due to giant clubs' preference for foreign players.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Cross River APC Says Ayade Deceived Osinbajo

[Daily Trust] Calabar -The APC in Cross River State said yesterday that the Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, might have been deceived by Governor Ben Ayade during his recent visit to the state.

[Daily Trust] Calabar -The APC in Cross River State said yesterday that the Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, might have been deceived by Governor Ben Ayade during his recent visit to the state.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Science Boost for Many Schools

[Daily News] Remarkable improvements are beckoning for the low and middle- level education sector, following the launch of an initiative in Dar es Salaam yesterday, under which an assortment of equipment will be distributed to nearly 2,000 schools.

[Daily News] Remarkable improvements are beckoning for the low and middle- level education sector, following the launch of an initiative in Dar es Salaam yesterday, under which an assortment of equipment will be distributed to nearly 2,000 schools.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania