Media Group Shines

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -ZIMPAPERS (1980) Limited once again demonstrated its market dominance after its flagship, The Herald, won the top newspaper and top brand of the year at the Zimbabwe Business Awards held in Harare yesterday.Zimpapers Grou…

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -ZIMPAPERS (1980) Limited once again demonstrated its market dominance after its flagship, The Herald, won the top newspaper and top brand of the year at the Zimbabwe Business Awards held in Harare yesterday.Zimpapers Group Chief Executive Officer Mr Pikirayi Deketeke landed the leadership acumen and excellence award.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Group to Assist Veteran Musician Chinx

[The Herald] Tawanda Marwizi -Several musicians through a local business and arts group The Hub have come together in raising money to assist revolutionary musician Dickson “Cde Chinx” Chingaira.The group’s treasurer and Nash Paints chief executive Tin…

[The Herald] Tawanda Marwizi -Several musicians through a local business and arts group The Hub have come together in raising money to assist revolutionary musician Dickson "Cde Chinx" Chingaira.The group's treasurer and Nash Paints chief executive Tinashe Mutarisi said Cde Chinx had played a big role in the development of the music industry in Zimbabwe and there was need for everyone to assist the veteran singer.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Football Association Congress Endorses Players Union Resignation

[New Era] Windhoek -The Namibia Football Association (NFA) held its 26th ordinary congress at the Atlantic Hotel, Walvis Bay in Erongo Region on Saturday, and as per the NFA statutes the congress was attended by all its 20 affiliated members.

[New Era] Windhoek -The Namibia Football Association (NFA) held its 26th ordinary congress at the Atlantic Hotel, Walvis Bay in Erongo Region on Saturday, and as per the NFA statutes the congress was attended by all its 20 affiliated members.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Football Players’ Union Break Up

[Namibian] THE Namibia Football Players Union and the Namibia Football Association severed ties on Saturday, in keeping with a resolution taken at the national federation’s congress in Walvis Bay.

[Namibian] THE Namibia Football Players Union and the Namibia Football Association severed ties on Saturday, in keeping with a resolution taken at the national federation's congress in Walvis Bay.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Indignity of Poverty in Land of Plenty

[The Herald] Poverty is an indignity, a scourge and an indictment on the priority of African leadership. How can it be justified when Africa has most of the world’s resources?There is no question that Africa has been plundered by world forces and conti…

[The Herald] Poverty is an indignity, a scourge and an indictment on the priority of African leadership. How can it be justified when Africa has most of the world's resources?There is no question that Africa has been plundered by world forces and continues to get a raw deal. But if the resources which Africa has are used to fulfil identifiable human goals such as better health, better welfare systems and education, wouldn't Africa be in a better place today?

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bank Launches ‘Strike Gold’ Campaign

[New Era] Windhoek -FNB Namibia has launched a Strike Gold with FNB campaign that features a countrywide roadshow to encourage new and existing clients to apply for the advanced Gold Lifestyle account, in an interactive way.

[New Era] Windhoek -FNB Namibia has launched a Strike Gold with FNB campaign that features a countrywide roadshow to encourage new and existing clients to apply for the advanced Gold Lifestyle account, in an interactive way.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Mass Housing Contractor Still in the Dark

[Namibian] NEARLY two weeks down the line, Delta Group, which is one of the mass housing contractors at Swakopmund, are still in the dark about money allegedly owed to them by government, and subsequently the approximately N$2 million they owe their wo…

[Namibian] NEARLY two weeks down the line, Delta Group, which is one of the mass housing contractors at Swakopmund, are still in the dark about money allegedly owed to them by government, and subsequently the approximately N$2 million they owe their workers and subcontractors.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia