German Aristocrat for Miss Tourism Zim

[The Herald] Tafadzwa Zimoyo -German princess Corinna Zu Sayn-Wittgenstein is expected in Zimbabwe this Thursday ahead of Miss Tourism Zimbabwe 2016 scheduled to take place on Friday at Rainbow Towers. The princess will fly in with her team together wi…

[The Herald] Tafadzwa Zimoyo -German princess Corinna Zu Sayn-Wittgenstein is expected in Zimbabwe this Thursday ahead of Miss Tourism Zimbabwe 2016 scheduled to take place on Friday at Rainbow Towers. The princess will fly in with her team together with other dignitaries across Africa to be part of this highly prestigious event. Media personnel for the philanthropist, Salamander Davoudi said the princess was not new to Zimbabwean soil as she has visited on various occasions on business.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Centum Ups Its Stake in Almasi Beverages to 53.8%

[Capital FM] Kenya -Centum Investments has increased its stake in Almasi Beverages to 53.8 per cent from 49.3 per cent during the rights issue by the beverage firm in the third quarter of 2016.

[Capital FM] Kenya -Centum Investments has increased its stake in Almasi Beverages to 53.8 per cent from 49.3 per cent during the rights issue by the beverage firm in the third quarter of 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Engineer Dr. Dorothy Okello Sparkles in Male-Dominated Profession

[Independent (Kampala)] In 1992 Dorothy Kabagaju Okello set a record as the first woman to attain a First class degree in a male dominated course – Electrical Engineering – from Makerere University in Kampala. And in May this year, Eng Okello still def…

[Independent (Kampala)] In 1992 Dorothy Kabagaju Okello set a record as the first woman to attain a First class degree in a male dominated course - Electrical Engineering - from Makerere University in Kampala. And in May this year, Eng Okello still defied the odds to become the first female president of the Uganda Institute of Professional Engineers Association. She beat two male contestants to the position.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Local Leaders Want Additional Staff to Ease Monitoring of Social Protection Programmes

[New Times] Social affairs officers from all 416 sectors across the country have called on government to allocate additional resources to help monitor the implementation of the different social protection programmes.

[New Times] Social affairs officers from all 416 sectors across the country have called on government to allocate additional resources to help monitor the implementation of the different social protection programmes.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Msipa Doubtful for Egypt Clash

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE midfielder Emmaculate Msipa who is battling a bout of cold and a severe throat strain is likely to miss tonight’s match against Egypt at the Africa Women Nations Cup finals here. The match at the Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium kicks off a…

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE midfielder Emmaculate Msipa who is battling a bout of cold and a severe throat strain is likely to miss tonight's match against Egypt at the Africa Women Nations Cup finals here. The match at the Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium kicks off at 8pm Zimbabwean time. The Black Rhinos Queens midfielder featured in the goalless opener against South Africa, but was heavily weighed down by the bug. Msipa requested to play the first game despite being under the weather.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kendyman Promises Fireworks On Album

[The Herald] Upcoming contemporary jazz and traditional musician Kendyman Kobiri will launch his debut album “Punha” at the City Sports Bar on November 30. Kendyman whose real name is Mackenzie Mwale promised a worthwhile piece of art, adding that he w…

[The Herald] Upcoming contemporary jazz and traditional musician Kendyman Kobiri will launch his debut album "Punha" at the City Sports Bar on November 30. Kendyman whose real name is Mackenzie Mwale promised a worthwhile piece of art, adding that he was finally releasing the album which he had been working on for almost a decade. "I have been in the music industry for a long time without releasing anything because I wanted to make sure I release something good," Kendyman said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mapeza Dreams Big

[The Herald] FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza says his men will fight to the end as he looks to lead the team to their first Premiership title after maintaining pressure on leaders CAPS United with a home victory over Highlanders on Saturday. The victor…

[The Herald] FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza says his men will fight to the end as he looks to lead the team to their first Premiership title after maintaining pressure on leaders CAPS United with a home victory over Highlanders on Saturday. The victory took the Premiership race to the wire and they will be praying CAPS United drop points at Ascot, while they get maximum points against Tsholotsho in their last match of the season at Luveve.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe