Mazara Reports Chivayo to Police

[The Herald] Controversial city businessman Wicknell Chivayo has been reported to the police for allegedly insulting Sunday Mail Features and Opinions Editor Garikai Mazara. The matter was reported under case number CR 2607/2/2017 at Harare Central Pol…

[The Herald] Controversial city businessman Wicknell Chivayo has been reported to the police for allegedly insulting Sunday Mail Features and Opinions Editor Garikai Mazara. The matter was reported under case number CR 2607/2/2017 at Harare Central Police Station yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

More Than 1 Million Children Affected By Drought in Kenya – Unicef

[Unicef] Nairobi -The onset of a severe drought in 2016 has hit arid and semi-arid regions in Kenya, affecting over 2.7 million people. UNICEF is supporting the Government of Kenya in initiating and implementing emergency response efforts by delivering…

[Unicef] Nairobi -The onset of a severe drought in 2016 has hit arid and semi-arid regions in Kenya, affecting over 2.7 million people. UNICEF is supporting the Government of Kenya in initiating and implementing emergency response efforts by delivering life-saving assistance to affected households, strengthening coordination activities, assisting in monitoring of vulnerable groups and in advocacy.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Outlawing of Child Beating Draws Mixed Reactions

[The Herald] Christian and traditional leaders have slammed the recent High Court decision outlawing the beating of children at school and in homes, saying it had an effect of spoiling the children and promoting indiscipline in the country.

[The Herald] Christian and traditional leaders have slammed the recent High Court decision outlawing the beating of children at school and in homes, saying it had an effect of spoiling the children and promoting indiscipline in the country.

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New Twist in Human Trafficking Saga

[The Herald] A Kuwait human trafficking victim yesterday fled court after she was intimidated by relatives of a 30-year-old woman accused of recruiting her and seven others before exporting them to the Arab country.

[The Herald] A Kuwait human trafficking victim yesterday fled court after she was intimidated by relatives of a 30-year-old woman accused of recruiting her and seven others before exporting them to the Arab country.

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Exhumation UnAfrican – Mphoko

[The Herald] Bulawayo -Acting President Phelekezela Mphoko has said that the Government will not dig up mass graves of people who died during post-independence disturbances in Midlands Province and Matabeleland region, saying to do so is unAfrican. The…

[The Herald] Bulawayo -Acting President Phelekezela Mphoko has said that the Government will not dig up mass graves of people who died during post-independence disturbances in Midlands Province and Matabeleland region, saying to do so is unAfrican. The Acting President who is also the Minister of National Healing, Peace and Reconciliation said the Peace and Reconciliation Bill was already in place and would be tabled before Parliament next week.

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Manyenyeni Quits Harare City

[The Herald] Mayor of Harare Bernard Manyenyeni has quit as patron of Premiership side Harare City, citing alleged abuse of ratepayers’ funds at the club. The ambitious club is in Nyanga where they are holding their pre-season camp. Manyenyeni believes…

[The Herald] Mayor of Harare Bernard Manyenyeni has quit as patron of Premiership side Harare City, citing alleged abuse of ratepayers' funds at the club. The ambitious club is in Nyanga where they are holding their pre-season camp. Manyenyeni believes it's high time the Harare City Council prioritised bread and butter issues than spend money running a football club.The City of Harare has several football clubs under its wings.

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Civil Servants Reconsider Strike Bid

[The Herald] Civil servants say they are considering calling off a strike they had planned for next Monday to demand their bonuses after realising that the industrial action could be hijacked by opportunists for political expediency. Union leaders dist…

[The Herald] Civil servants say they are considering calling off a strike they had planned for next Monday to demand their bonuses after realising that the industrial action could be hijacked by opportunists for political expediency. Union leaders distanced themselves from pronouncements made by shadowy groups like #Tajamuka and the so-called National Vendors Union of Zimbabwe that they would join the civil servants strike saying theirs was purely a labour issue that had nothing to do with opposition politics.

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Ngoma – Yanga Relationship Turns Sour?

[The Herald] Zimbabwe international forward Donald Ngoma is demanding a clearance letter from Tanzanian champions Young Africans in the latest twist to a relationship that has gone toxic. Ngoma appears to have fallen out of favour with some of the club…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe international forward Donald Ngoma is demanding a clearance letter from Tanzanian champions Young Africans in the latest twist to a relationship that has gone toxic. Ngoma appears to have fallen out of favour with some of the club officials and wants to leave a club he helped win the league title last season. The striker has been injured lately, but some fans abused him on social media saying he avoided playing the Tanzania Derby against Simba Stars, which Yanga lost 1-2, because he wants to leave

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