Songwriter Pens Song in Honour of President

[The Herald] Agnes Machigere, an Ethiopia-based songwriter and composer has penned a song that extols President Mugabe’s virtues of heroism, pro-people principles, Pan Africanism and his enduring legacy.

[The Herald] Agnes Machigere, an Ethiopia-based songwriter and composer has penned a song that extols President Mugabe's virtues of heroism, pro-people principles, Pan Africanism and his enduring legacy.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Soul Jah Love Back On Track

[The Herald] A family show that was held at Warren Park’s Hilltop on Sunday gave revellers a mixed bag when two musicians Soul Jah L0ve and Alick Macheso gave their best at this well attended show.

[The Herald] A family show that was held at Warren Park's Hilltop on Sunday gave revellers a mixed bag when two musicians Soul Jah L0ve and Alick Macheso gave their best at this well attended show.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

State Should Defend Speech, Not Control It

[Citizen] I have all along held the view that no law or constitution provides human life. However, these two, and possibly others, can either destroy, or provide protection, to life. Decency demands that authority defends human life.

[Citizen] I have all along held the view that no law or constitution provides human life. However, these two, and possibly others, can either destroy, or provide protection, to life. Decency demands that authority defends human life.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Shatta Wale Sets Bar High in Cape Coast With Spectacular Performance

[Ghana Star] Arguably described as the man of the moment, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, popularly known in showbiz as Shatta Wale, made history in Cape Coast when he thrilled thousands of music lovers at the Cape Coast Stadium last Saturday.

[Ghana Star] Arguably described as the man of the moment, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, popularly known in showbiz as Shatta Wale, made history in Cape Coast when he thrilled thousands of music lovers at the Cape Coast Stadium last Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Election Petitions ‘Chew Up’ 900 Million Shillings of Taxpayers’ Money

[Daily News] The judiciary has spent over 900m/- in determining about 250 election petitions, which were filed at different courts countrywide, following the October 25, 2015 General Elections results.

[Daily News] The judiciary has spent over 900m/- in determining about 250 election petitions, which were filed at different courts countrywide, following the October 25, 2015 General Elections results.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania