Tsakane SAPS Members Reach Out to the Community in Support of Mandela Day Centenary

[SAPS] Women’s Network, Social Crime Prevention Unit, Corporate Communication and Liaison, the local Youth Desk and the local Community Policing Forum (CPF) together with the Station Commander, Colonel Johannes Maass heed to the call of donating 67 min…

[SAPS] Women's Network, Social Crime Prevention Unit, Corporate Communication and Liaison, the local Youth Desk and the local Community Policing Forum (CPF) together with the Station Commander, Colonel Johannes Maass heed to the call of donating 67 minutes of our time to help those in need on Mandela day by painting and cleaning the Tshepo Hope Centre and were later joined by the Visible Policing members under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Collen Gumbi.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Group Praises Buhari Over Nigeria Air

[Vanguard] The Buhari Media Organisation (BMO) has praised President Muhammadu Buhari for the unveiling of the logo and the planned take-off of Nigeria Air in December.

[Vanguard] The Buhari Media Organisation (BMO) has praised President Muhammadu Buhari for the unveiling of the logo and the planned take-off of Nigeria Air in December.

UK-Based Journalist Sentenced to 17 Years For Fraud

[The Herald] United Kingdom-based Zimbabwean journalist Clemence Marijeni’s prison sentence has been increased by seven years after he was found guilty of being “at the heart” of £720 000 maternity allowance fraud.

[The Herald] United Kingdom-based Zimbabwean journalist Clemence Marijeni's prison sentence has been increased by seven years after he was found guilty of being "at the heart" of £720 000 maternity allowance fraud.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Young Warriors Selection in Tatters

[The Herald] As France bask in World Cup glory after they got the better of Croatia in the final in Russia on Sunday, having largely been helped by players with African origins, Zimbabwe continue to be weighed down by challenges to woo some of her best…

[The Herald] As France bask in World Cup glory after they got the better of Croatia in the final in Russia on Sunday, having largely been helped by players with African origins, Zimbabwe continue to be weighed down by challenges to woo some of her best footballers from the Diaspora.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

How Did it Get This Bad For Chevrons?

[The Herald] The Chevrons turned on one of their worst shows with the bat yesterday when they were dismissed for a paltry 67 runs by Pakistan to surrender the ongoing five-match ODI series without giving a fight.

[The Herald] The Chevrons turned on one of their worst shows with the bat yesterday when they were dismissed for a paltry 67 runs by Pakistan to surrender the ongoing five-match ODI series without giving a fight.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Minister Kazembe Meets Championship Winners

[The Herald] Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation yesterday met with the 10 medallists who represented Zimbabwe at the World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA) held in Hollywood, United States last week in appreciation of their achievements.

[The Herald] Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation yesterday met with the 10 medallists who represented Zimbabwe at the World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA) held in Hollywood, United States last week in appreciation of their achievements.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

State-Owned Power Utility in Fraud Storm

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) has flown into the eye of a storm amid revelations a senior executive of the State- owned power utility allegedly awarded a multi-million dollar contract without going to tender.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) has flown into the eye of a storm amid revelations a senior executive of the State- owned power utility allegedly awarded a multi-million dollar contract without going to tender.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mnangagwa Dares Mining Firms

[The Herald] Government is working on a framework that will see all big mining companies in the country returning to full production to enhance their contribution to the fiscus and employment creation, President Mnangagwa has said.

[The Herald] Government is working on a framework that will see all big mining companies in the country returning to full production to enhance their contribution to the fiscus and employment creation, President Mnangagwa has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe