Mining Firms Push for Power Tariff Reduction

[The Herald] MINING companies have once again implored Government to reduce power tariff for the sector, particularly the gold mining industry, arguing the levy was not economic and too high compared to what obtains in other regions.Chamber of Mines of…

[The Herald] MINING companies have once again implored Government to reduce power tariff for the sector, particularly the gold mining industry, arguing the levy was not economic and too high compared to what obtains in other regions.Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe chief executive Isaac Kwesu said gold mining companies pay 13 cents/kWh, a rate he said was way higher than what others pay.

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Group Discredits New Examination Council

[Nyasa Times] Malawi National Examinations Board (Maneb) has threatened to take legal action against the recently established Independent Academic Examinations Council (NIAEC) for illegally using its logo and name on in its activities despite earlier o…

[Nyasa Times] Malawi National Examinations Board (Maneb) has threatened to take legal action against the recently established Independent Academic Examinations Council (NIAEC) for illegally using its logo and name on in its activities despite earlier on rebuffing its instances to work together.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Ex-Highlanders Striker Ncube Nabbed for Rape

[The Herald] Bulawayo -FORMER Highlanders FC striker Njabulo “Tshiki” Ncube has been arrested for allegedly raping a 15-year-old girl on multiple occasions at his house in Cowdray Park.Ncube, the Premier Soccer League’s 2013 top goal-scorer, is alleged…

[The Herald] Bulawayo -FORMER Highlanders FC striker Njabulo "Tshiki" Ncube has been arrested for allegedly raping a 15-year-old girl on multiple occasions at his house in Cowdray Park.Ncube, the Premier Soccer League's 2013 top goal-scorer, is alleged to have sexually abused the minor, who cannot be named for ethical reasons, since June this year.

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Banda in 2016 Farewell Show to Balaka Fans

[Nyasa Times] Fresh from South Africa where he was invited to perform at an International Reggae Fest over two weeks ago, Soldier Lucius Banda has organized a final show before the year ends for his home fans.

[Nyasa Times] Fresh from South Africa where he was invited to perform at an International Reggae Fest over two weeks ago, Soldier Lucius Banda has organized a final show before the year ends for his home fans.

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Six-Month-Old Baby Dies During Fistfight

[The Herald] Tendai Rupapa -An altercation involving three women over a man led to the death of a six-month-old baby after she fell from her mother’s back during the melee. Tarisai Kamusi (36) of 5957 Hatcliffe Extension reportedly accused Nyasha Rushw…

[The Herald] Tendai Rupapa -An altercation involving three women over a man led to the death of a six-month-old baby after she fell from her mother's back during the melee. Tarisai Kamusi (36) of 5957 Hatcliffe Extension reportedly accused Nyasha Rushwaya of having an extramarital affair with her husband. Tarisai is said to have teamed up with her sister Yeukai (27) and confronted Rushwaya.The two sisters recently appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Bianca Makwande charged with culpable homicide.

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Young Warriors Troop in Camp

[The Herald] Takudzwa Chitsiga -NATIONAL Under-20 team coach Mandla Mpofu is hopeful he will come up with the best team for the COSAFA tournament scheduled for South Africa after some of his players trooped into camp yesterday.Mpofu’s troops started to…

[The Herald] Takudzwa Chitsiga -NATIONAL Under-20 team coach Mandla Mpofu is hopeful he will come up with the best team for the COSAFA tournament scheduled for South Africa after some of his players trooped into camp yesterday.Mpofu's troops started to flock into camp at the ZIFA Village yesterday.

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A Givemore Marume Classic On Cards

[The Herald] Takudzwa Chitsiga -LEGENDARY body-builder and three-time Mr Zimbabwe, Givemore Marume, will be honoured for his contribution to the sport when the Zimbabwe National Body-building and Fitness will host the inaugural Marume Classic.The feder…

[The Herald] Takudzwa Chitsiga -LEGENDARY body-builder and three-time Mr Zimbabwe, Givemore Marume, will be honoured for his contribution to the sport when the Zimbabwe National Body-building and Fitness will host the inaugural Marume Classic.The federation have announced their full calendar for 2017 which include the first edition of the Marume Classic.

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Temba Must Stop What He Is Smoking

[The Herald] Johanes Chinotimba -Newly-elected scallywag National Assembly member for Norton, Temba Mliswa, will never cease to amaze those with time to listen to him. There is a contemporary song that counsels against a young man growing so big-headed…

[The Herald] Johanes Chinotimba -Newly-elected scallywag National Assembly member for Norton, Temba Mliswa, will never cease to amaze those with time to listen to him. There is a contemporary song that counsels against a young man growing so big-headed as to think he now is "a big machine".For Mliswa, indeed the 8 927 rented electorate that voted for him in Norton last month gave him that grandiose delusion. After winning the Norton by-election, Mliswa now sees himself as a big man in a small dormitory town.

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Arrests At More Price Hike Protests in Sudan

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum / Atbara -Four students were arrested by security officials on Wednesday after dozens of youths staged a protest in front of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Khartoum against the increases in the prices of medicines…

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum / Atbara -Four students were arrested by security officials on Wednesday after dozens of youths staged a protest in front of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Khartoum against the increases in the prices of medicines, fuel, and electricity.

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‘Arrest of Sudanese Doctors Won’t Resolve Crisis’ – Doctor

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -A Sudanese doctor, released with 10 others after three weeks in detention by the security services, has pointed out that arresting doctors will not resolve the health crisis in the country.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -A Sudanese doctor, released with 10 others after three weeks in detention by the security services, has pointed out that arresting doctors will not resolve the health crisis in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan