Harare City Coach Harrison Remains Optimistic

[The Herald] HARARE City coach Mark Harrison is happy with his team’s progress so far in the Premier Soccer League as they brace for their weekend game against Black Rhinos. The Sunshine Boys host the army side tomorrow at Rufaro in what Harrison belie…

[The Herald] HARARE City coach Mark Harrison is happy with his team's progress so far in the Premier Soccer League as they brace for their weekend game against Black Rhinos. The Sunshine Boys host the army side tomorrow at Rufaro in what Harrison believes will be a tough encounter. Harare City will be hoping to recover from heir fort until last week when they lost to reigning champions FC Platinum.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Country On Road to Recovery – Annan

[The Herald] FORMER United Nations (UN) secretary-general and chairperson of The Elders, an African progress panel, Mr Kofi Annan, says Zimbabwe is on the road to recovery and that ongoing national renewal processes will enable the country to reach its…

[The Herald] FORMER United Nations (UN) secretary-general and chairperson of The Elders, an African progress panel, Mr Kofi Annan, says Zimbabwe is on the road to recovery and that ongoing national renewal processes will enable the country to reach its full potential. In a message congratulating Zimbabwe's 38th Independence anniversary commemorations on Wednesday, Mr Annan acknowledged the political and economic reform processes under President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration and encouraged Zimbabweans to work toge

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Marks ‘New Independence,’ Minus Mugabe

[Deutsche Welle] In Zimbabwe, the words Independence Day had a special ring this Wednesday as the people of the southern African country marked 38 years of freedom from Britain, this time without former president Robert Mugabe.

[Deutsche Welle] In Zimbabwe, the words Independence Day had a special ring this Wednesday as the people of the southern African country marked 38 years of freedom from Britain, this time without former president Robert Mugabe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Football Body Pledges to Pay Mighty Warriors

[The Herald] FOLLOWING the release of funds for last year’s COSAFA tournaments into the regional body coffers this week, ZIFA have committed to first honouring their financial obligations to the Mighty Warriors. They owe them a substantial amount of mo…

[The Herald] FOLLOWING the release of funds for last year's COSAFA tournaments into the regional body coffers this week, ZIFA have committed to first honouring their financial obligations to the Mighty Warriors. They owe them a substantial amount of money.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Electoral Amendment Bill to Be Fast-Tracked

[The Herald] The Electoral Amendment Bill is expected to be fast-tracked when Parliament resumes sitting on May 8 after a three-week recess, a Cabinet Minister has said. Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi allayed fears by…

[The Herald] The Electoral Amendment Bill is expected to be fast-tracked when Parliament resumes sitting on May 8 after a three-week recess, a Cabinet Minister has said. Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi allayed fears by opposition parties that the proposed changes might not pass in time for the forthcoming election.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tax Hikes for Secondhand Cars

[Deutsche Welle] Secondhand vehicles are an affordable option for many potential car buyers. Uganda’s government, however, wants to stop old cars from entering the country, saying they’re not safe and pollute the environment.

[Deutsche Welle] Secondhand vehicles are an affordable option for many potential car buyers. Uganda's government, however, wants to stop old cars from entering the country, saying they're not safe and pollute the environment.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Citizens Want Stability and Security, Former Minister Says

[Deutsche Welle] An old conflict is brewing in central Mali. Pastoralists and farmers are clashing, residents have been killed and thousands more have fled. DW spoke to Zahabi Ould Sidi Mohamed, a former minister of reconciliation.

[Deutsche Welle] An old conflict is brewing in central Mali. Pastoralists and farmers are clashing, residents have been killed and thousands more have fled. DW spoke to Zahabi Ould Sidi Mohamed, a former minister of reconciliation.

source: AllAfrica News: Mali

Troops Kill Boko Haram Terrorist, Avert Deadly Ied Attack

[Vanguard] Authorities of Operation Lafiya Dole have said that troops in a blocking operation to canalize and deny Boko Haram terrorists freedom of action and escape from ongoing onslaught in the Sambisa region have killed one Boko Haram insurgent at N…

[Vanguard] Authorities of Operation Lafiya Dole have said that troops in a blocking operation to canalize and deny Boko Haram terrorists freedom of action and escape from ongoing onslaught in the Sambisa region have killed one Boko Haram insurgent at Ngala Bridge at Gamboru Ngala area of Borno State.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Killing of Soldier in Naka, Barbaric Group Fumes

[Vanguard] The Benue Proactive Initiative, a civil society group has condemned in strong terms what it tagged as the barbaric, wicked and malicious killing of a personnel of the Nigerian Army in Naka, Gwer West Local Government Area of the State on Wed…

[Vanguard] The Benue Proactive Initiative, a civil society group has condemned in strong terms what it tagged as the barbaric, wicked and malicious killing of a personnel of the Nigerian Army in Naka, Gwer West Local Government Area of the State on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Over 75% of Tanzania’s Industrialisation Plan Is to Create Jobs – Mwijage

[Citizen] Dodoma -Minister for Industry, Trade and Investments, Charles Mwijage said on Friday, April 20, that the government’s drive for industrialisation was solely meant for job creation.

[Citizen] Dodoma -Minister for Industry, Trade and Investments, Charles Mwijage said on Friday, April 20, that the government's drive for industrialisation was solely meant for job creation.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania