Streak Cricket Academy Comes to Harare

[The Herald] The Heath Streak International Academy continued to spread their wings with the launch of their cricket development venture at Sunrise Sports Club in Harare. Launched last night, the initiative will run along the same lines as the Old Mutu…

[The Herald] The Heath Streak International Academy continued to spread their wings with the launch of their cricket development venture at Sunrise Sports Club in Harare. Launched last night, the initiative will run along the same lines as the Old Mutual Heath Streak Academy in Bulawayo which has been spearheading cricket development in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Be Transparent, Innovative, Harare Told

[The Herald] The Office of the President and Cabinet has challenged Harare City Council to be innovative and creative, based on the cultural drive of always wanting to serve people in a transparent and accountable manner. Speaking at the City’s Second …

[The Herald] The Office of the President and Cabinet has challenged Harare City Council to be innovative and creative, based on the cultural drive of always wanting to serve people in a transparent and accountable manner. Speaking at the City's Second Hundred Days Rapid Results Initiative End of Term Review Workshop yesterday, deputy chief secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Ray Ndhlukula said there was need for a culture of constant and consistent citizen engagement.

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100 Masvingo Vehicles Idle As Parties Haggle Over Storage Fees

[The Herald] Masvingo City Council is reportedly failing to recover over 100 vehicles and road-making equipment attached by the Messenger of Court owing to a raging dispute over storage fees in excess of $300 000. The storage fees accumulated over the …

[The Herald] Masvingo City Council is reportedly failing to recover over 100 vehicles and road-making equipment attached by the Messenger of Court owing to a raging dispute over storage fees in excess of $300 000. The storage fees accumulated over the past five years. The council lost its entire fleet and road-making equipment in 2012 after it was attached by the Messenger of Court when its workers won a $3,5 million salaries lawsuit at the Labour Court.

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EFCC Partners Auditors to Tackle Bank Fraud

[This Day] The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the Association of Chief Audit Executives of Banks in Nigeria (ACAEBIN) have agreed to strengthen collaborations in the fight against bank fraud.

[This Day] The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the Association of Chief Audit Executives of Banks in Nigeria (ACAEBIN) have agreed to strengthen collaborations in the fight against bank fraud.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

High-Riding Golfer Angles for Greatness

[The Herald] AFTER improving on the Sunshine Tour order of merit standings with his Tshwane Open performance, Zimbabwe’s highest ranked professional golfer Mark Williams hopes to continue from where he left off in the 2017 Mopani Redpath Zambia Open wh…

[The Herald] AFTER improving on the Sunshine Tour order of merit standings with his Tshwane Open performance, Zimbabwe's highest ranked professional golfer Mark Williams hopes to continue from where he left off in the 2017 Mopani Redpath Zambia Open which tees off tomorrow morning. The golf tournament has a $300 000 price money.

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Poverty and SDGs for Children

[The Herald] The sun finally set on the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 2000-2015, ushering in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for another 15 years. While Zimbabwe has made progress in meeting the MDGs including reducing the…

[The Herald] The sun finally set on the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 2000-2015, ushering in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for another 15 years. While Zimbabwe has made progress in meeting the MDGs including reducing the proportion of people living in extreme poverty by more than half in 2012, too many people are still struggling to meet basic human needs, suggesting the country inherited an unfinished development agenda for our children.

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U.S. Televangelist Murdock Arrives For Conference

[The Herald] American televangelist and song writer Dr Michael Murdock is in Zimbabwe for Heartfelt International Ministry’s seven-day conference dubbed Marketplace Breakthrough Summit. The summit will be held under the theme “Turnaround Strategy”. The…

[The Herald] American televangelist and song writer Dr Michael Murdock is in Zimbabwe for Heartfelt International Ministry's seven-day conference dubbed Marketplace Breakthrough Summit. The summit will be held under the theme "Turnaround Strategy". The Wisdom Centre Ministry pastor, who is based in Haltom City,Texas, arrived on Monday.

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Council to Overhaul Ageing Water Reticulation System

[The Herald] Harare City Council is this year expected to overhaul 110 kilometres of its ageing water reticulation system at a cost of $23 million in a bid to reduce leakages that are wasting more than 50 percent of treated water. An audit by the city …

[The Herald] Harare City Council is this year expected to overhaul 110 kilometres of its ageing water reticulation system at a cost of $23 million in a bid to reduce leakages that are wasting more than 50 percent of treated water. An audit by the city last year showed that non-revenue water had increased by 52 percent from 36 million cubic metres during the first half of 2015 to 55 million cubic metres in 2016.

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Mine Shaft Collapse Claims 8 Gold Panners

[The Herald] Eight people died last week after being trapped in a shaft while panning for gold at Big Mine in the Masasa area in Mazowe. Police chief spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba confirmed the death of eight of the nine i…

[The Herald] Eight people died last week after being trapped in a shaft while panning for gold at Big Mine in the Masasa area in Mazowe. Police chief spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba confirmed the death of eight of the nine illegal gold panners who died on Monday last week, while extracting the mineral at the mine.

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