Lawyers Speak On Limpopogate

[The Herald] GUILTY or not guilty, to lift or not to lift the bans? That is the question the ZIFA board are currently seized with following a judgment by Harare magistrate Lucy Mungwari this week which acquitted former employees Henrietta Rushwaya and …

[The Herald] GUILTY or not guilty, to lift or not to lift the bans? That is the question the ZIFA board are currently seized with following a judgment by Harare magistrate Lucy Mungwari this week which acquitted former employees Henrietta Rushwaya and Nation Dube and ex-board member Edzai Kasinauyo of any wrongdoing in the Limpopogate match-fixing scandal.The trio is among the five people banned by the national football association earlier this year for their roles in an alleged match-fixing cartel targeting the Warrio

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Group in Drive to Limit Mercury Use in Mining

[The Herald] The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) is formulating a road map to reduce the use of mercury by artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM), an official has said.The World Health Organisation (WHO) considers mercury as one of the top …

[The Herald] The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) is formulating a road map to reduce the use of mercury by artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM), an official has said.The World Health Organisation (WHO) considers mercury as one of the top 10 chemicals of major public health concern.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Researches for Improved Maternal Health Get Boost

[Daily News] Some 14bn/- has over the past five years been spent in financing ideas and researches to improve Africa’s health amid increasing deaths of African women due to pregnancy and childhood complications.

[Daily News] Some 14bn/- has over the past five years been spent in financing ideas and researches to improve Africa's health amid increasing deaths of African women due to pregnancy and childhood complications.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Wife Killer Jailed for 37 Years

[Namibian] JOHANNES Shipanga appeared unmoved when judge Marlene Tommasi sentenced him to an effective 37 years behind bars in the Oshakati High Court yesterday.

[Namibian] JOHANNES Shipanga appeared unmoved when judge Marlene Tommasi sentenced him to an effective 37 years behind bars in the Oshakati High Court yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

TBL Revenue Drops As CTI Seeks State Redress

[Daily News] Tanzania Breweries Limited Group of Companies (TBL), which is among the country’s largest taxpayers, yesterday announced poor business performance in the past six months ending September 30.

[Daily News] Tanzania Breweries Limited Group of Companies (TBL), which is among the country's largest taxpayers, yesterday announced poor business performance in the past six months ending September 30.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Police Chief Petitioned After Cops Assault Anti-Mugabe Pastor

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has petitioned Police Commissioner General, Augustine Chihuri, over the brutal assault of cleric Phillip Mugadza following his arrest by the police on Tuesday.

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has petitioned Police Commissioner General, Augustine Chihuri, over the brutal assault of cleric Phillip Mugadza following his arrest by the police on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tanzanian Dons Voice Mixed Reaction On U.S. Election

[Daily News] There has been mixed reaction locally on the ongoing petition in the United States for the Electoral College electors to pick Hillary Clinton as instead of President-elect Donald Trump, with the National Electoral Commission (NEC) ruling o…

[Daily News] There has been mixed reaction locally on the ongoing petition in the United States for the Electoral College electors to pick Hillary Clinton as instead of President-elect Donald Trump, with the National Electoral Commission (NEC) ruling out the use of the system in local elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ugandan Firms Recognised in Top 100 African Brands

[Monitor] Kampala -Two Ugandan companies, Mukwano Industries Limited and Movit Products Limited, were recently recognised among the top 100 most admired brands on the Africa continent.

[Monitor] Kampala -Two Ugandan companies, Mukwano Industries Limited and Movit Products Limited, were recently recognised among the top 100 most admired brands on the Africa continent.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Why Our Poverty Eradication Programmes Do Not Work

[Monitor] One of the things that President Museveni has been fighting endlessly in his three decade rule alongside rebellion is poverty. Uganda has experimented and implemented many programmes such as Rural Farmers Scheme, Modernisation of Agriculture,…

[Monitor] One of the things that President Museveni has been fighting endlessly in his three decade rule alongside rebellion is poverty. Uganda has experimented and implemented many programmes such as Rural Farmers Scheme, Modernisation of Agriculture, Poverty Eradication Plan, Prosperity for All, etc, all designed to fight and eradicate poverty.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Top 100 Firms Told to Form Partnerships

[Monitor] Kampala -Business leaders in Uganda have been advised to form strategic partnerships locally and internationally to grow their businesses in a sustainable manner which is cost effective.

[Monitor] Kampala -Business leaders in Uganda have been advised to form strategic partnerships locally and internationally to grow their businesses in a sustainable manner which is cost effective.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda