Assistant of the President Inaugurate the Visits to Koranic Schools Programme

[SNA] Khartoum -The Assistant of the President of the Republic, Sheikh Ibrahim Sanousi on Thursday inaugurated the programme of the visit to the Koranic schools which is organized by the Sudanese Students Union, and whose launching took place at the He…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Assistant of the President of the Republic, Sheikh Ibrahim Sanousi on Thursday inaugurated the programme of the visit to the Koranic schools which is organized by the Sudanese Students Union, and whose launching took place at the Head office of the union in Khartoum

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Heartbreak as Teen with Kenyan Roots Misses Out on Britain’s Got Talent Finals

[Nation] It was a heartbreak for British teen with Kenyan roots Sarah Ikumu after she was voted out during the semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent on Wednesday night.

[Nation] It was a heartbreak for British teen with Kenyan roots Sarah Ikumu after she was voted out during the semi-final of Britain's Got Talent on Wednesday night.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Govt Bans Golden Handshakes

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -Government has banned all local authorities, with immediate effect, from paying gratuities and golden handshakes to executives and senior employees following outrageous demands in exit packages and reports of rampant abus…

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -Government has banned all local authorities, with immediate effect, from paying gratuities and golden handshakes to executives and senior employees following outrageous demands in exit packages and reports of rampant abuse of funds in most councils. Prime land was being parcelled out for a song to council officials as gratuities over and above the mega perks they received.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Insiza Bids Farewell to National Hero Ndlovu

[The Herald] Mashudu Netsianda -National hero Cde Naison Khutshwekhaya Ndlovu received a befitting send-off yesterday when hundreds of people thronged his homestead at Gwatemba Village in Filabusi, Insiza District to bid him farewell. Cde Ndlovu succum…

[The Herald] Mashudu Netsianda -National hero Cde Naison Khutshwekhaya Ndlovu received a befitting send-off yesterday when hundreds of people thronged his homestead at Gwatemba Village in Filabusi, Insiza District to bid him farewell. Cde Ndlovu succumbed to prostate cancer on Monday.He was 86.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dairy Industry Lauds Rural Energy Master Plan

[The Herald] Players in the dairy industry have lauded Government for coming up with the Rural Energy Master Plan, whose thrust is to ensure fast-track electrification of rural areas. They said this was likely to result in the production of high qualit…

[The Herald] Players in the dairy industry have lauded Government for coming up with the Rural Energy Master Plan, whose thrust is to ensure fast-track electrification of rural areas. They said this was likely to result in the production of high quality milk, as well as profit maximisation for the sector. Speaking during the World Milk Day commemorations in Harare, Dairibord marketing executive officer Ms Tracey Mufewui, said rural electrification would boost their market share.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Opposition Wary About Likely Extinction If Defeated in 2018

[New Zimbabwe] THE two opposition MDC parties have admitted that defeat in next year’s elections would bring dejection to their followers and likely end the careers of most politicians leading the country’s dominant opposition parties.

[New Zimbabwe] THE two opposition MDC parties have admitted that defeat in next year's elections would bring dejection to their followers and likely end the careers of most politicians leading the country's dominant opposition parties.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

1972 Hwange Disaster Victims Remembered

[The Herald] Preparations for the 45th commemorations of the Kamandama Mine disaster where more than 427 miners died after an explosion at Number Two Hwange Colliery in 1972 are at an advanced stage, with Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa expected to o…

[The Herald] Preparations for the 45th commemorations of the Kamandama Mine disaster where more than 427 miners died after an explosion at Number Two Hwange Colliery in 1972 are at an advanced stage, with Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa expected to officiate at the event. The commemorations will be held in the mining town of Hwange on Tuesday next week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe