Tsvangirai’s Ex-Lover Says Now an Apostle

[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s ex-lover Locadia Karimatsenga says she is now an apostle at South Africa-based Nation of Glory Ministries, she told a journalist at the weekend.

[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai's ex-lover Locadia Karimatsenga says she is now an apostle at South Africa-based Nation of Glory Ministries, she told a journalist at the weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Shooter Signs for Manchester Netball Team

[Nyasa Times] It’s a dream come true , thats the statement Malawi Queens and Blue Eagles Sisters’ star shooter Joyce Mvula made after sigining a seven-month deal for English Vitality Super League side Manchester Thunder.

[Nyasa Times] It's a dream come true , thats the statement Malawi Queens and Blue Eagles Sisters' star shooter Joyce Mvula made after sigining a seven-month deal for English Vitality Super League side Manchester Thunder.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

D-Day for Young Swimmers in Talent Search Tournament

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Champion Rise Swimming tournament climaxes today at the Shaaban Robert Secondary School a featuring a total of 139 swimmers, more than double the number of competitors in last year’s event.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Champion Rise Swimming tournament climaxes today at the Shaaban Robert Secondary School a featuring a total of 139 swimmers, more than double the number of competitors in last year's event.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Tanzania Can Go Gambia Style – Experts

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania’s ruling party can lose the presidency just like it happened in Gambia where the opposition beat President Yahya Jammeh, some Tanzanian analysts have said.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania's ruling party can lose the presidency just like it happened in Gambia where the opposition beat President Yahya Jammeh, some Tanzanian analysts have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

U.S.$35 Million Needed for Drought Relief – Report

[The Herald] THE Food and Agriculture Organisation requires $35 million for its 2016 /17 drought relief programme targeted at 486 000 households in Zimbabwe. FAO said the programme has been funded to the tune of $8 million, representing 22 percent of t…

[The Herald] THE Food and Agriculture Organisation requires $35 million for its 2016 /17 drought relief programme targeted at 486 000 households in Zimbabwe. FAO said the programme has been funded to the tune of $8 million, representing 22 percent of the budget, with a total of $27,2 million yet to be met. About $13 million is required to meet the agriculture input needs of vulnerable smallholder farmers, climate smart farming and capacity building.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Higher Charcoal Tax Will Only Hurt the Poor

[Citizen] Premier Kassim Majaliwa’s directive to government organs like the army, the police and schools to stop using charcoal as fuel and switch to alternative and environmentally friendly sources of energy might be a game changer in the protection o…

[Citizen] Premier Kassim Majaliwa's directive to government organs like the army, the police and schools to stop using charcoal as fuel and switch to alternative and environmentally friendly sources of energy might be a game changer in the protection of our environment.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘Get Tough On Land Barons’

[The Herald] Legislators have called for stiffer penalties on land barons in the wake of several people being duped by criminals who irregularly acquire pieces of urban land and sell them to desperate home seekers. The call was made last Thursday in th…

[The Herald] Legislators have called for stiffer penalties on land barons in the wake of several people being duped by criminals who irregularly acquire pieces of urban land and sell them to desperate home seekers. The call was made last Thursday in the National House of Assembly during debate on the Land Commission Bill. The Bill seeks to establish the land commission to carry out periodic audits and resolve disputes, among other issues.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mujuru Bends Boycott Policy, Contests Bikita West By-Election

[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE People First (ZimPF) leader Joice Mujuru has given in to pressure by a party faction led by Retired Colonel Claudius Makova which has toiled to have the newly formed opposition field a candidate for the January 21 Bikita West by…

[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE People First (ZimPF) leader Joice Mujuru has given in to pressure by a party faction led by Retired Colonel Claudius Makova which has toiled to have the newly formed opposition field a candidate for the January 21 Bikita West by-election.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe