Colliery Workers’ Wives Protest in Vic Falls

[New Zimbabwe] Hwange -Colliery Company management on Monday paid workers part of their outstanding salaries but poured paraffin to already burning fire after refusing to meet the protesting spouses who had sought audience.

[New Zimbabwe] Hwange -Colliery Company management on Monday paid workers part of their outstanding salaries but poured paraffin to already burning fire after refusing to meet the protesting spouses who had sought audience.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tribunal Dismisses Trio’s Objection to Hearing

[The Herald] A tribunal set up to probe three suspended Harare councillors on allegations of cheating in a $31 million tender has dismissed the trio’s objection to the hearing and exception to the charges.

[The Herald] A tribunal set up to probe three suspended Harare councillors on allegations of cheating in a $31 million tender has dismissed the trio's objection to the hearing and exception to the charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Man Steals Battery to Pay Debt, Jailed

[The Herald] A Chitakatira man, who tried to pay off a debt using a stolen car battery, has been jailed. Llyod Chikuni (30), was sentenced to 18 months in prison by Mutare magistrate Mr Tendai Mahwe without the option of a fine.

[The Herald] A Chitakatira man, who tried to pay off a debt using a stolen car battery, has been jailed. Llyod Chikuni (30), was sentenced to 18 months in prison by Mutare magistrate Mr Tendai Mahwe without the option of a fine.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cop Arrested for Accepting Bribes

[The Herald] A policeman attached to the Midlands Professional Updating Centre (PUC) has been arrested for allegedly receiving $1 320 in bribes to facilitate the recruitment and training of three prospective police officers.

[The Herald] A policeman attached to the Midlands Professional Updating Centre (PUC) has been arrested for allegedly receiving $1 320 in bribes to facilitate the recruitment and training of three prospective police officers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

E-Passports Cross Channel to Isles

[Daily News] Zanzibar -THE Immigration department yesterday issued e-passports to some people here, including leaders, in an ongoing exercise launched last Wednesday by President John Magufuli in Dar es Salaam.

[Daily News] Zanzibar -THE Immigration department yesterday issued e-passports to some people here, including leaders, in an ongoing exercise launched last Wednesday by President John Magufuli in Dar es Salaam.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ruling Party Is Dead, Says Mugabe’s Nephew Zhuwao

[263Chat] Patrick Zhuwao, a former cabinet minister under former President Robert Mugabe’s regime, has said the ruling party , ZanuPF,is dead and buried while dismissing rumors that his new political outfit, New Patriotic Front, is a surrogate of the Z…

[263Chat] Patrick Zhuwao, a former cabinet minister under former President Robert Mugabe's regime, has said the ruling party , ZanuPF,is dead and buried while dismissing rumors that his new political outfit, New Patriotic Front, is a surrogate of the Zanu PF,meant to split opposition votes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mobile Biometric Voter Registration Ends

[The Herald] The mobile Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) ends tomorrow with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) ruling out a further extension. Registration will, however, continue at ZEC’s district centres.

[The Herald] The mobile Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) ends tomorrow with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) ruling out a further extension. Registration will, however, continue at ZEC's district centres.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Privately-Owned Varsity Achieves Historic Milestone

[New Era] Windhoek -The privately-owned International University of Management (IUM) has attained another praiseworthy milestone when it developed 30 new qualifications for the current academic year that started recently for its students.

[New Era] Windhoek -The privately-owned International University of Management (IUM) has attained another praiseworthy milestone when it developed 30 new qualifications for the current academic year that started recently for its students.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia