Opposition Confirms Con-Court Diaspora Vote Fight

[New Zimbabwe] Harare lawyer and opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader, Tendai Biti, has confirmed that a Constitutional Court challenge is underway against the refusal by electoral authorities to allow diaspora voting.

[New Zimbabwe] Harare lawyer and opposition People's Democratic Party (PDP) leader, Tendai Biti, has confirmed that a Constitutional Court challenge is underway against the refusal by electoral authorities to allow diaspora voting.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Was Opposition Car Burning an ‘Inside Job’?

[The Herald] The burning of a truck belonging to MDC-T in Kuwadzana, Harare, in the early hours of yesterday could be an “inside job” carried out to smear the Government and elicit sympathy from foreign donors, sources close to the investigation of the…

[The Herald] The burning of a truck belonging to MDC-T in Kuwadzana, Harare, in the early hours of yesterday could be an "inside job" carried out to smear the Government and elicit sympathy from foreign donors, sources close to the investigation of the matter have revealed. The car was burnt after MDC-T youths on Wednesday held an illegal demonstration in the capital targeted against the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Farmers Deliver 230 000 Tonnes of Maize

[The Herald] Farmers have delivered over 230 000 tonnes of maize to the Grain Marketing Board (GMB), with the bulk coming from Mashonaland West and Central provinces.Maize delivered so far is nearly half the total maize harvest for 2016, with the count…

[The Herald] Farmers have delivered over 230 000 tonnes of maize to the Grain Marketing Board (GMB), with the bulk coming from Mashonaland West and Central provinces.Maize delivered so far is nearly half the total maize harvest for 2016, with the country expecting over 2,1 million tonnes this year owing to a combination of good rains and Government programmes like Command Agriculture and the Presidential Inputs Support Scheme.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Malawians Need to Change Mindset or Continue Languishing in Poverty

[Nyasa Times] One thing that makes me feel proud that I am a Malawian is the fact that despite our political differences, cultural and ethnic diversity, we have never experienced a civil war. We succeeded in forging a nation whose people have lived and…

[Nyasa Times] One thing that makes me feel proud that I am a Malawian is the fact that despite our political differences, cultural and ethnic diversity, we have never experienced a civil war. We succeeded in forging a nation whose people have lived and continue to live in peace and harmony in every corner of the country. This by all means is not a mini achievement. We need to realize that this is not only a strength but an opportunity too.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

‘Nation Fast Approaching its Midnight Hour’

[263Chat] One erudite person once said that at midnight every tomorrow becomes today. A midnight speaks of an eternally simultaneous relationship and occurrence of two distinct elements. It speaks of exit and entrance or an end and a start in one go.

[263Chat] One erudite person once said that at midnight every tomorrow becomes today. A midnight speaks of an eternally simultaneous relationship and occurrence of two distinct elements. It speaks of exit and entrance or an end and a start in one go.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

MP Kawale Electrifies Schools

[Nyasa Times] Dowa North East Member of Parliament Samuel Kawale has said he will stop at nothing in bringing development in his area because that is what he was elected for.

[Nyasa Times] Dowa North East Member of Parliament Samuel Kawale has said he will stop at nothing in bringing development in his area because that is what he was elected for.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi