Govt Enters Partnership With Microsoft

[New Times] The Ministry of Education has entered a partnership with Microsoft Corporation that will see incorporation of information and communication technology into various aspects of the country’s education sector.

[New Times] The Ministry of Education has entered a partnership with Microsoft Corporation that will see incorporation of information and communication technology into various aspects of the country's education sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

We’ll Not Flood Market With Bond Notes – Central Bank

[The Herald] The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says it will not be negligent and flood the market with bond notes, due to be launched before the end of this month, to avoid fuelling inflation.The impending launch of the bond notes, which will be legal…

[The Herald] The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says it will not be negligent and flood the market with bond notes, due to be launched before the end of this month, to avoid fuelling inflation.The impending launch of the bond notes, which will be legal tender and have a double pronged aim of encouraging exports and addressing cash shortages the country is experiencing, has caused debate.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ruling Party Ready for Chimanimani Poll

[The Herald] Chimanimani -Zanu-PF winds up its campaigns today ahead of the Chimanimani West by-election slated for tomorrow with six rallies being held yesterday in Nhedziwa, Mhandarume, Mhakwe, Chikwakwa, Gudyanga and Tsongore.The Nhedziwe and Mhanda…

[The Herald] Chimanimani -Zanu-PF winds up its campaigns today ahead of the Chimanimani West by-election slated for tomorrow with six rallies being held yesterday in Nhedziwa, Mhandarume, Mhakwe, Chikwakwa, Gudyanga and Tsongore.The Nhedziwe and Mhandarume rallies were addressed by the party's secretary for administration, Dr Ignatius Chombo, who was accompanied by secretary for transport and welfare, Cde Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri, secretary for youth affairs Cde Kudzai Chipanga, secretary for economic affairs Dr Chris Mushohwe and

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zambia’s Lungu Expected in Dar to Ink Mega Deals

[Daily News] Tanzania and Zambia plan to sign several ambitious agreements that aim at strengthening bilateral diplomatic ties as well as trade and investment cooperation between the two countries during the visit by President Edgar Lungu.

[Daily News] Tanzania and Zambia plan to sign several ambitious agreements that aim at strengthening bilateral diplomatic ties as well as trade and investment cooperation between the two countries during the visit by President Edgar Lungu.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

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