Two Booted Out of Miss Tourism

[The Herald] As the day draws closer for the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe pageant to be held this Friday, two of the contestants that were in bootcamp at Rainbow Towers last week have been dropped.Audrey Mhungu and Rutendo Taruvinga faced the chop after faili…

[The Herald] As the day draws closer for the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe pageant to be held this Friday, two of the contestants that were in bootcamp at Rainbow Towers last week have been dropped.Audrey Mhungu and Rutendo Taruvinga faced the chop after failing to meet the requirements of the pageant. According to the organisers, all girls knew about the elimination process as 15 girls are expected to go on the ramp for the coveted title.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ex-Soldier Finds Fortune in Vegetable Growing

[Monitor] Since Lt. Sadat Anywar quit the army, his life has never been the same as he ventured into commercial vegetable growing in Gee village, Koch Goma Sub-county in Nwoya District.

[Monitor] Since Lt. Sadat Anywar quit the army, his life has never been the same as he ventured into commercial vegetable growing in Gee village, Koch Goma Sub-county in Nwoya District.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Caps United Edge Closer

[The Herald] CAPS United striker Simba Nhivi says Makepekepe have come a long way and want to avoid stumbling at the last hurdle after he scored the only goal of the match against Ngezi Platinum Stars at the National Sports Stadium yesterday. The goal …

[The Herald] CAPS United striker Simba Nhivi says Makepekepe have come a long way and want to avoid stumbling at the last hurdle after he scored the only goal of the match against Ngezi Platinum Stars at the National Sports Stadium yesterday. The goal kept Harare giants strongly in the hunt for this year's title ahead of the crucial last round of matches.Nhivi's 35th minute strike settled the matters yesterday as the Green Machine edged closer to ending an 11-year championship drought with a crucial win. CAPS United ma

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Hong Kong Strike Back in the Rain

[Nation] Hong Kong skipper Babar Hayat played a captain’s innings, hitting half a century to lead the visitors to a 39-run victory over Kenya in the second match of their ICC World Cricket League Championship meeting at Nairobi Gymkhana on Sunday.

[Nation] Hong Kong skipper Babar Hayat played a captain's innings, hitting half a century to lead the visitors to a 39-run victory over Kenya in the second match of their ICC World Cricket League Championship meeting at Nairobi Gymkhana on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Timeline of the Israeli Hostage Period

[Monitor] On Tuesday June 29, 1976, the Voice of Uganda lead story was “PFLP commandos hijack plane”. It was reported that the plane, a French airbus Flight No 139, was forced to fly to Uganda where it arrived in the morning at 4.45am with only 15 minu…

[Monitor] On Tuesday June 29, 1976, the Voice of Uganda lead story was "PFLP commandos hijack plane". It was reported that the plane, a French airbus Flight No 139, was forced to fly to Uganda where it arrived in the morning at 4.45am with only 15 minutes of fuel left. It had 275 people on board.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

I Had Hoped for a Strike-Free Reign – Makerere Guild President

[Monitor] The medical student who joined Makerere University politics as the guild president, tells Godfrey Lugaaju of the tough times rocking his reign, what he had hoped his time would be like and his thoughts on the university’s closure.

[Monitor] The medical student who joined Makerere University politics as the guild president, tells Godfrey Lugaaju of the tough times rocking his reign, what he had hoped his time would be like and his thoughts on the university's closure.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda