Pipeline, Prisons Crowned Volleyball Champs

[Capital FM] Mombasa -Kenya Pipeline retained the Kenya volleyball Federation women’s national league title while Kenya Prisons dethroned General Service Unit (GSU) to the men’s seat on the final day of the national playoffs which ended Sunday at Makan…

[Capital FM] Mombasa -Kenya Pipeline retained the Kenya volleyball Federation women's national league title while Kenya Prisons dethroned General Service Unit (GSU) to the men's seat on the final day of the national playoffs which ended Sunday at Makande Hall, Mombasa.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Mafios Retracts Resolution

[The Herald] Felex Share -Zanu-PF Mashonaland Central acting provincial chairman Cde Dickson Mafios yesterday backtracked on his attempt to pass a controversial resolution that sought to strip President Mugabe of his status as the one centre of power i…

[The Herald] Felex Share -Zanu-PF Mashonaland Central acting provincial chairman Cde Dickson Mafios yesterday backtracked on his attempt to pass a controversial resolution that sought to strip President Mugabe of his status as the one centre of power in the party with the mandate to appoint his two deputies. Under pressure from provincial and district executive members for smuggling in the controversial resolution, Zanu-PF national commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere and his brother Cde Mafios, called for an extraordinary provincial c

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Trade With China to Reach U.S.$1 Billion Mark

[The Herald] Trade volumes between Zimbabwe and China are set to go beyond the $1 billion mark by year-end. China imports tobacco, cotton and various minerals from Zimbabwe while local businesses have turned to the East Asian economic giant for electro…

[The Herald] Trade volumes between Zimbabwe and China are set to go beyond the $1 billion mark by year-end. China imports tobacco, cotton and various minerals from Zimbabwe while local businesses have turned to the East Asian economic giant for electronic, clothing and other finished products. Speaking on the sidelines of a handover of various educational materialand equipment by Tian Ze China Tobacco Company to Dunnoly Primary School in Beatrice yesterday, Chinese Economic and Commercial Consular Mr Li Yauhui said tra

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Water and Sewerage Firm to Begin Generating Electricity, Biogas in 2017

[Monitor] National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) has said the new sewerage plant being constructed in Bugolobi, will be ready by April 2017 and it will start generating electricity and biogas.

[Monitor] National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) has said the new sewerage plant being constructed in Bugolobi, will be ready by April 2017 and it will start generating electricity and biogas.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Veteran Striker Tsipa Basks in Glory

[The Herald] VETERAN forward Leonard Tsipa yesterday ridiculed the notion that age is a hindrance to success in sport as he celebrated winning the Castle Lager Premiership soccer title with CAPS United and scooping the Golden Boot award for 2016 season…

[The Herald] VETERAN forward Leonard Tsipa yesterday ridiculed the notion that age is a hindrance to success in sport as he celebrated winning the Castle Lager Premiership soccer title with CAPS United and scooping the Golden Boot award for 2016 season. Tsipa, who had a dream comeback season with the Green Machine, is also tipped for more honours when the selection panel for this year's Soccer Stars of the Year awards convene in Harare tomorrow to pick the 11 players who illuminated the scene during the just-ended seas

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Monetary Issues Push Up Stock Exchange

[The Herald] Reservations among certain investors on Zimbabwe Stock Exchange over monetary issues have driven bullish sentiment on ZSE stocks including fungible Old Mutual whose stock is trading at a premium to other markets. Zimbabwe’s biggest insuran…

[The Herald] Reservations among certain investors on Zimbabwe Stock Exchange over monetary issues have driven bullish sentiment on ZSE stocks including fungible Old Mutual whose stock is trading at a premium to other markets. Zimbabwe's biggest insurance and property group's stock, at 338 cents, appears to be trading at an average premium of 40 percent to other markets such as the London Stock Exchange and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Bond Notes Temporary’

[The Herald] THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Dr John Mangudya says internal devaluation, a process of cutting wages and other costs, will succeed the bond notes export incentive measure.He said bond notes are a temporary measure and the RBZ will …

[The Herald] THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Dr John Mangudya says internal devaluation, a process of cutting wages and other costs, will succeed the bond notes export incentive measure.He said bond notes are a temporary measure and the RBZ will not go beyond the $200 million Afreximbank facility once it runs out.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dubai Company to Know Fate of Tender Award for Ballot Papers

[Nation] Dubai-based firm Al Ghurair, which won a Sh2.5 billion tender to supply materials for next year’s General Election, is set to know the fate of the award tomorrow.

[Nation] Dubai-based firm Al Ghurair, which won a Sh2.5 billion tender to supply materials for next year's General Election, is set to know the fate of the award tomorrow.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

MPs Tour Prisons

[The Herald] There is need to review Government policy and allow the State to employ ex-prisoners in its various departments as part of measures to reintegrate them back into society, legislators said on Friday. Deputy Commissioner-General Alford Dube,…

[The Herald] There is need to review Government policy and allow the State to employ ex-prisoners in its various departments as part of measures to reintegrate them back into society, legislators said on Friday. Deputy Commissioner-General Alford Dube, who is responsible for administration in the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services, said Government should play a leading role in reintegrating ex-prisoners into society by considering them for employment.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe