Azam Eye ‘Serious’ Title Challenge

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -After a run-of-the-mill performance during the first half of the Vodacom Premier League season, moneybags Azam FC have vowed to take the second round by storm.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -After a run-of-the-mill performance during the first half of the Vodacom Premier League season, moneybags Azam FC have vowed to take the second round by storm.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Parliament Approves Another Loan Bill

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Parliament has passed yet another Loan Authorisation Bill, this time Bill Number 33 of 2016, which authorises government to borrow K50.25 billion from the International Development Association (IDA).

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Parliament has passed yet another Loan Authorisation Bill, this time Bill Number 33 of 2016, which authorises government to borrow K50.25 billion from the International Development Association (IDA).

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Munyonga Re-Elected Anti-Doping Boss

[The Herald] Petros Kausiyo -EXPERIENCED Zimbabwe Olympic Committee medical commissioner Nicholas Munyonga has received a major vote of confidence from the Africa Zone VI Regional Anti-doping Organisation, which has re-elected him to chair the board fo…

[The Herald] Petros Kausiyo -EXPERIENCED Zimbabwe Olympic Committee medical commissioner Nicholas Munyonga has received a major vote of confidence from the Africa Zone VI Regional Anti-doping Organisation, which has re-elected him to chair the board for the next four years.The Warriors team doctor has over the last few years seen his international profile grow in leaps and in the last week, Munyonga was handed the mandate of leading Southern Africa's battle against doping.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Five Charged for Housing Fraud

[The Herald] Five Harare men have appeared in court on charges of selling non-existent housing stands. Abel Mironga, Arthur Chideme, Kelvin Museti, Stephen Mashingaidze and Life Majungura appeared before magistrate Mrs Gamuchirai Siwardi last week faci…

[The Herald] Five Harare men have appeared in court on charges of selling non-existent housing stands. Abel Mironga, Arthur Chideme, Kelvin Museti, Stephen Mashingaidze and Life Majungura appeared before magistrate Mrs Gamuchirai Siwardi last week facing fraud charges. They allegedly defrauded Frank Masuka of $7 690.It is the State's case that sometime in October, Mironga approached Masuka claiming to be the chief executive officer of a property firm Sancrestar and said they were selling stands countrywide.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gospel Musician-Cum-Politician Musakwa Freed

[The Herald] Gospel musician-cum-politician Elias Musakwa who allegedly threatened to shoot his neighbour after being reported to the police for making noise, was yesterday set free by a Harare magistrate. Musakwa through his lawyer Mr Victuals Mapepa …

[The Herald] Gospel musician-cum-politician Elias Musakwa who allegedly threatened to shoot his neighbour after being reported to the police for making noise, was yesterday set free by a Harare magistrate. Musakwa through his lawyer Mr Victuals Mapepa of Zinyengere, Rupapa Legal Practitioners, successfully applied for refusal of further remand following the State's foot-dragging in commencing trial. In his ruling magistrate Mr Arnold Maburo ruled that the State's house was in a shambles.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe