Delta Beverages Feels Cash Crunch

[The Source] Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed beverages manufacturer, Delta Corporation (Delta), says its sorghum beer volumes for the quarter to September were down three percent, affected by cash shortages in the main markets.

[The Source] Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed beverages manufacturer, Delta Corporation (Delta), says its sorghum beer volumes for the quarter to September were down three percent, affected by cash shortages in the main markets.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

National Aids Council to Launch Cancer Awareness Programme

[The Herald] National Aids Council (NAC) is set to launch cancer training, screening and management programme in all the seven districts of Mashonaland West Province. This is aimed at accelerating the fight against non-communicable diseases in both chi…

[The Herald] National Aids Council (NAC) is set to launch cancer training, screening and management programme in all the seven districts of Mashonaland West Province. This is aimed at accelerating the fight against non-communicable diseases in both children and adults. In an interview, NAC Mashonaland West provincial manager Mr Agrippa Zizhou said it was the relationship between cancer and HIV that prompted them to prioritise cancer awareness going into 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cameroon-Saudi Arabia – Discussions to Strengthen Relations At MINREX

[Cameroon Tribune] External Relations Minister yesterday October 11, 2017 granted separate audiences to the outgoing British High Commissioner and the Saudi Ambassador to Cameroon

[Cameroon Tribune] External Relations Minister yesterday October 11, 2017 granted separate audiences to the outgoing British High Commissioner and the Saudi Ambassador to Cameroon

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Gospel Musician Chivaviro Donates 5 000 Books

[The Herald] Award winning gospel musician, Reverend Togarepi Chivaviro and his wife Juliet together with their fans on Tuesday handed over 5 000 exercise books to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education. The books are meant to benefit students…

[The Herald] Award winning gospel musician, Reverend Togarepi Chivaviro and his wife Juliet together with their fans on Tuesday handed over 5 000 exercise books to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education. The books are meant to benefit students from at least 10 remote schools from all provinces that do not have proper infrastructure and access to stationery. Speaking at the handover ceremony held in the capital at Harare Girls High, Chivariro said the annual charity work was motivated by his poor background.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe