Rui Baltazar Denounces Electoral Crimes

[AIM] Maputo -The former chairperson of Mozambique’s Constitutional Council, the body that is the final arbiter on matters of constitutional and electoral law, Rui Baltazar, on Monday demanded that people who commit electoral crimes should be treated i…

[AIM] Maputo -The former chairperson of Mozambique's Constitutional Council, the body that is the final arbiter on matters of constitutional and electoral law, Rui Baltazar, on Monday demanded that people who commit electoral crimes should be treated in exactly the same way as any other criminal.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Have Bond Notes Gained Public Confidence?

[The Herald] Talent Gore -Bond notes continued to gain public confidence with several people and businesses banking on the new currency to alleviate prevailing cash shortages. Yesterday marked the second day of bond notes in circulation.The transacting…

[The Herald] Talent Gore -Bond notes continued to gain public confidence with several people and businesses banking on the new currency to alleviate prevailing cash shortages. Yesterday marked the second day of bond notes in circulation.The transacting public was using bond notes interchangeably with the US dollar notes without any challenge.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Its a Green Party for Caps, Platinum

[The Herald] AGELESS forward Leonard Tsipa led a trio of CAPS United players who were named among the 11 finalists for this season’s Soccer Stars of the Year list as they were rewarded for leading the Green Machine to their first championship in 11 yea…

[The Herald] AGELESS forward Leonard Tsipa led a trio of CAPS United players who were named among the 11 finalists for this season's Soccer Stars of the Year list as they were rewarded for leading the Green Machine to their first championship in 11 years.Hardlife Zvirekwi and Ronald Pfumbidzai also made the grade, while FC Platinum -- who finished second in the race -- provided three players in goalkeeper Petros Mhari, midfielder Winston Mhango and forward Walter Musona.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Pastor in Court for ‘Abusing’ National Flag

[The Herald] A controversial Gutu pastor who was last week charged of criminal nuisance was yesterday back in court this time facing allegations of abusing the national flag.Patrick Phillip Mugadza (46) reportedly used the national flag for political m…

[The Herald] A controversial Gutu pastor who was last week charged of criminal nuisance was yesterday back in court this time facing allegations of abusing the national flag.Patrick Phillip Mugadza (46) reportedly used the national flag for political mischief, thereby contravening the Flag of Zimbabwe Act.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Shock As Priest Buries Wife in Church – Report

[News24Wire] A well-known Zimbabwean retired Anglican cleric, Reverend Lazarus Muyami reportedly shocked the Gokwe community when he buried his late wife inside the chapel of a school.

[News24Wire] A well-known Zimbabwean retired Anglican cleric, Reverend Lazarus Muyami reportedly shocked the Gokwe community when he buried his late wife inside the chapel of a school.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tlokweng MP Bathobakae Dies

[The Patriot] The Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) spokesperson Moeti Mohwasa has confirmed the passing away of the party’s MP for Tlokweng, Same Bathobakae. It is not clear what might have caused Bathobakae’s sudden death. Mohwasa could not say mu…

[The Patriot] The Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) spokesperson Moeti Mohwasa has confirmed the passing away of the party's MP for Tlokweng, Same Bathobakae. It is not clear what might have caused Bathobakae's sudden death. Mohwasa could not say much about her death, saying more information will be given out soon if there is any. Bathobakae's death is a huge loss not only to her family but also the women in general. She was one of the very few women MP's the country had and has always been an activist of gender equa

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana