L/Stone Gotv Subscribers Take Multichoice to Task

[Times of Zambia] MORE than 1,000 GOtv subscribers in Livingstone have challenged Multi-Choice Zambia to explain why they have had no access to the digital pay television platform since Friday last week.

[Times of Zambia] MORE than 1,000 GOtv subscribers in Livingstone have challenged Multi-Choice Zambia to explain why they have had no access to the digital pay television platform since Friday last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Zifa, Bosso Clash Over Indaba

[The Herald] ZIFA and Bulawayo giants Highlanders could be headed for a showdown after the soccer mother body yesterday directed that Bosso should defer their elections set for their annual meeting until the national association gives authorisation.

[The Herald] ZIFA and Bulawayo giants Highlanders could be headed for a showdown after the soccer mother body yesterday directed that Bosso should defer their elections set for their annual meeting until the national association gives authorisation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

What Needs to Be Done to Make Africa Politically Stable

[The Herald] Levels of armed conflict flux and wane. In 2017, levels of high fatality violence in Africa were significantly lower than during the immediate post-Cold War period. This trend has occurred in spite of the recent increases in terrorist asso…

[The Herald] Levels of armed conflict flux and wane. In 2017, levels of high fatality violence in Africa were significantly lower than during the immediate post-Cold War period. This trend has occurred in spite of the recent increases in terrorist associated fatalities in key countries such as Nigeria and Somalia. Even terrorist fatalities have declined since 2015.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rapist Cousin Jailed 3 Years

[The Herald] A 23-year-old Chitungwiza man, who recorded a video while allegedly raping his 15-year-old cousin, was sentenced to an effective three years in prison after being convicted of a lesser charge of sleeping with a young person.

[The Herald] A 23-year-old Chitungwiza man, who recorded a video while allegedly raping his 15-year-old cousin, was sentenced to an effective three years in prison after being convicted of a lesser charge of sleeping with a young person.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Wake Up to the Risks of New Technologies

[The Herald] Technological advances associated with the fourth industrial revolution — including artificial intelligence — allow the automation of an increasingly wide array of processes in increasingly interactive and sophisticated ways. These advan…

[The Herald] Technological advances associated with the fourth industrial revolution -- including artificial intelligence -- allow the automation of an increasingly wide array of processes in increasingly interactive and sophisticated ways. These advances will likely give rise to many opportunities for economic and social development in developing countries, for instance by increasing food production.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Lockerbie Bombing, Pan Am 103 and Their Links to Namibian Uranium

[New Era] On the 21st of December, families of the victims of the Pan Am flight 103 bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland relived the tragedy that happened 29 years ago on the 21st of December 1988, the eve of the signing of the New York Accords that provid…

[New Era] On the 21st of December, families of the victims of the Pan Am flight 103 bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland relived the tragedy that happened 29 years ago on the 21st of December 1988, the eve of the signing of the New York Accords that provided for the independence of Namibia and the withdrawal of about 50,000 troops from Angola.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Zanu-PF Party Embarks On HIV and Aids Campaign

[The Herald] The ZANU-PF leadership in Mashonaland West Province is embarking on massive HIV and AIDS awareness campaigns targeting youths in the party. Youths are being encouraged to know their status, receive counselling and access contraceptives at …

[The Herald] The ZANU-PF leadership in Mashonaland West Province is embarking on massive HIV and AIDS awareness campaigns targeting youths in the party. Youths are being encouraged to know their status, receive counselling and access contraceptives at centres close to them.

Addressing Disability Issues Needs More Than Charity

[The Herald] It is estimated that there are 1,4 million persons with disabilities (PWDs) in Zimbabwe. Despite such a significant number, PWDs continue to be an extremely marginalised group in society. PWDs thus face a myriad challenges, especially excl…

[The Herald] It is estimated that there are 1,4 million persons with disabilities (PWDs) in Zimbabwe. Despite such a significant number, PWDs continue to be an extremely marginalised group in society. PWDs thus face a myriad challenges, especially exclusion from major areas like education, employment, health, housing and political participation, only to mention but a few.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Allow Army Boxers to Go Pro – Malunga

[Times of Zambia] ORIENTAL Quarries Boxing Promotions (OQBP) director promotions Christopher Malunga says the army’s refusal to allow boxers turning professional is killing the sport in the country.

[Times of Zambia] ORIENTAL Quarries Boxing Promotions (OQBP) director promotions Christopher Malunga says the army's refusal to allow boxers turning professional is killing the sport in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Govt Says No Emerald Scavenging

[Times of Zambia] THE Government has said it cannot legalise the mining of emerald by small scale miners on restricted dumpsites in Lufwanyama District.

[Times of Zambia] THE Government has said it cannot legalise the mining of emerald by small scale miners on restricted dumpsites in Lufwanyama District.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia