Jah Prayzah, Diamond Platnumz Concert Thrills

[The Herald] The much-hyped Watora Mari Concert, which featured Jah Prayzah and Tanzania’s Diamond Platnumz, lived up to its billing at Harare International Conference Centre last Friday. The musicians proved that language is no barrier in music. Altho…

[The Herald] The much-hyped Watora Mari Concert, which featured Jah Prayzah and Tanzania's Diamond Platnumz, lived up to its billing at Harare International Conference Centre last Friday. The musicians proved that language is no barrier in music. Although the show started two hours later than scheduled, it was worth the wait as local artistes who included T Gonz, Trevor Dongo, Extra Large, ExQ and Stunner gave their best.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Citizens Expect a Lot From You, Premier Tells Health Workers

[New Times] The Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has challenged health workers in the country to step up the quality of services they give to citizens since a lot is expected from them.

[New Times] The Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has challenged health workers in the country to step up the quality of services they give to citizens since a lot is expected from them.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

MCU Mode of Handling Students’ Issues Exemplary – Ministry of Education Permanent Secretary

[Daily News] Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Ms Maimuna Tarish has expressed the need for higher learning institutions in the country to emulate Moshi Cooperative University on how to handle issues pertaining to…

[Daily News] Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Ms Maimuna Tarish has expressed the need for higher learning institutions in the country to emulate Moshi Cooperative University on how to handle issues pertaining to students.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Handball Federation Hold Elections

[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe Handball Federation finally held their elections over the weekend in Harare, which ushered in a new substantive executive led by Stewart Sanhewe. The elections were originally scheduled for last year, but there was a lot of in…

[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe Handball Federation finally held their elections over the weekend in Harare, which ushered in a new substantive executive led by Stewart Sanhewe. The elections were originally scheduled for last year, but there was a lot of in-fighting, which saw the then leadership of Amon Madzvamuse failing to fulfil the task. They were then suspended in March this year for failing to comply with the Sports Commission's Act.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Health Workers’ Strike Begins

[Nation] Health workers have made good their threat to boycott work to push the government to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) they signed in June 2013.

[Nation] Health workers have made good their threat to boycott work to push the government to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) they signed in June 2013.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Gallery Hosts Teachers’ Workshop

[The Herald] The National Gallery of Zimbabwe will today a one-day Art Teacher’s workshop meant to offer an opportunity to participants to support the new arts curriculum and to engage in lead discussions about artworks, brainstorm lesson ideas, examin…

[The Herald] The National Gallery of Zimbabwe will today a one-day Art Teacher's workshop meant to offer an opportunity to participants to support the new arts curriculum and to engage in lead discussions about artworks, brainstorm lesson ideas, examine resources available at the Gallery and to get information on the schools visual art contest for 2017. The Gallery is geared towards facilitating the workshop for art teachers from early Childhood Learning to Form 6.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Indian Top Surgeon to Perform Complex Surgery in Dar Next Month

[Daily News] A renowned Reconstructive Surgeon from India, who is also Head and Neck Oncology Specialist, Dr Subramaniam Iyer, is expected to visit the country next month and perform complex surgeries to Tanzanian patients with serious congenital or ac…

[Daily News] A renowned Reconstructive Surgeon from India, who is also Head and Neck Oncology Specialist, Dr Subramaniam Iyer, is expected to visit the country next month and perform complex surgeries to Tanzanian patients with serious congenital or accident related burn injuries or any other deformities.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Cindy, Moroots Fire Up Kigali Jazz Junction

[New Times] The group consisting of 22 young instrumentalists thrilled the crowd with a Christmas-themed performance, setting the festive season mood with a number of Christmas carols.

[New Times] The group consisting of 22 young instrumentalists thrilled the crowd with a Christmas-themed performance, setting the festive season mood with a number of Christmas carols.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Ruling Party Prepares For Annual Conference

[The Herald] Masvingo -ZANU-PF is impressed with the ongoing preparations for its 16th National Annual People’s Conference set for Masvingo this month. The party’s Secretary for Administration, Dr Ignatius Chombo, toured the conference venue last Frida…

[The Herald] Masvingo -ZANU-PF is impressed with the ongoing preparations for its 16th National Annual People's Conference set for Masvingo this month. The party's Secretary for Administration, Dr Ignatius Chombo, toured the conference venue last Friday accompanied by other party officials Speaking after touring the Masvingo Showgrounds, venue for the conference, Dr Chombo lauded the Masvingo political leadership for what he termed "perfect preparations".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Manyeruke Wins Karate Gold Medal

[The Herald] TWENTY-year-old Thomas Manyeruke was the toast of the Lysavay Cup Zimbabwe Japan Karate Association (ZJKA) Tournament in Bulawayo on Saturday. Manyeruke, who hails from Kwekwe, used the ushiro geri (back kick) to devastating effect on his …

[The Herald] TWENTY-year-old Thomas Manyeruke was the toast of the Lysavay Cup Zimbabwe Japan Karate Association (ZJKA) Tournament in Bulawayo on Saturday. Manyeruke, who hails from Kwekwe, used the ushiro geri (back kick) to devastating effect on his way to a gold medal in a fiercely contested senior men's kumite category. The young karateka beat the seasoned David Dube midway through the scheduled three-minute final after the latter got disqualified for excessive contact.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe