Cosafa Leader Chiyangwa Lodges CAF Protest

[The Herald] COSAFA president Philip Chiyangwa is walking the talk and has written to CAF leader Ahmad Ahmad to officially protest over the manner in which the hosting rights for the African Cup of Nations were handled by the continental body’s previou…

[The Herald] COSAFA president Philip Chiyangwa is walking the talk and has written to CAF leader Ahmad Ahmad to officially protest over the manner in which the hosting rights for the African Cup of Nations were handled by the continental body's previous leadership and is seeking a review.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Athlete Maisvoreva Qualifies for IAAF Champs

[The Herald] RUSAPE-BASED athlete Vimbai Maisvoreva became the first local athlete to make the cut for the IAAF World Under-18 Championships when she ran 2 minutes 13,46 seconds in the 800m at a qualifying meet in Lusaka, Zambia, on Saturday.

[The Herald] RUSAPE-BASED athlete Vimbai Maisvoreva became the first local athlete to make the cut for the IAAF World Under-18 Championships when she ran 2 minutes 13,46 seconds in the 800m at a qualifying meet in Lusaka, Zambia, on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Child Poverty – Understanding the Facts

[The Herald] Our Children, Our Future “Our failure to protect children is one of the most costly mistakes that society can make.” This was the concluding statement from last week’s article on child poverty, and it is very true!

[The Herald] Our Children, Our Future "Our failure to protect children is one of the most costly mistakes that society can make." This was the concluding statement from last week's article on child poverty, and it is very true!

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

We Won’t Tolerate Predatory Pricing – Telecoms Authority

[The Herald] THE Postal and Telecommunications Authority of Zimbabwe says it will not tolerate mobile network company promotions that exhibit tendencies of predatory pricing.

[The Herald] THE Postal and Telecommunications Authority of Zimbabwe says it will not tolerate mobile network company promotions that exhibit tendencies of predatory pricing.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Police, Military Shoot-Out in Yobe

[Daily Trust] Damaturu -Military and police men early this morning begun a shoot-out over an issue that is yet to be ascertain in Damaturu the Yobe state capital.

[Daily Trust] Damaturu -Military and police men early this morning begun a shoot-out over an issue that is yet to be ascertain in Damaturu the Yobe state capital.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

DSS Foils Isis-Linked Boko Haram Attack On U.S, UK Embassies

[Vanguard] The Department of State Security Service has said it has busted a deadly ISIS-linked Boko Haram terrorist gang that had planned to attack the United States of America, the United Kingdom and other western interests in Nigeria.

[Vanguard] The Department of State Security Service has said it has busted a deadly ISIS-linked Boko Haram terrorist gang that had planned to attack the United States of America, the United Kingdom and other western interests in Nigeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mogadishu-Nairobi Direct Flights Hurt Wajir Airport

[East African] Wajir Airport in Northern Kenya is staring at over Ksh 2 million ($20,000) losses in monthly revenue following the resumption of direct flights between Mogadishu and Nairobi.

[East African] Wajir Airport in Northern Kenya is staring at over Ksh 2 million ($20,000) losses in monthly revenue following the resumption of direct flights between Mogadishu and Nairobi.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Police Must Be Modern, Throw Away Spikes

[The Herald] Reports this week that Government is ready to invoke the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act Chapter IV, Section 38 to charge police officers, and possibly throw offenders in jail for 10 years or fine them $3 000, provided intriguin…

[The Herald] Reports this week that Government is ready to invoke the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act Chapter IV, Section 38 to charge police officers, and possibly throw offenders in jail for 10 years or fine them $3 000, provided intriguing news.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe