‘Govt, U.S. to Improve Economic Relations’

[The Herald] Zimbabwe will continue to engage the United States with a view to improve economic relations which froze over two decades ago.Addressing journalists after meeting visiting Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of African Affairs in the …

[The Herald] Zimbabwe will continue to engage the United States with a view to improve economic relations which froze over two decades ago.Addressing journalists after meeting visiting Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of African Affairs in the United States State Department Carol O'Connell on Tuesday, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa said Zimbabwe continues to re-engage with the country. "We met and we discussed. The discussion was about the whole gamut of issues including relations a

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Says No to Prado, Prefers Toyota Land Cruiser VX

[Daily News] Dodoma -The State prefers Toyota Land Cruiser VX to Prado due to safety, cost of maintenance, durability and its prototypical ability to hit the road, the Minister for Works, Transport and Communications Prof Makame Mbarawa stated yesterday.

[Daily News] Dodoma -The State prefers Toyota Land Cruiser VX to Prado due to safety, cost of maintenance, durability and its prototypical ability to hit the road, the Minister for Works, Transport and Communications Prof Makame Mbarawa stated yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘Forgotten’ Hwange Disaster Begs for Answers 45 Years On

[The Herald] It’s the last of the 10 recorded worst mining disasters, but on the 45th anniversary of the day when underground explosions at Hwange Colliery claimed the lives of 427 miners, it appears the world simply chose to forget and moved on as if …

[The Herald] It's the last of the 10 recorded worst mining disasters, but on the 45th anniversary of the day when underground explosions at Hwange Colliery claimed the lives of 427 miners, it appears the world simply chose to forget and moved on as if nothing horrific happened that fateful day.For over four decades now, the world has never seen anything like the deadly events that engulfed the country's biggest coalfields as the soul of this mining town was consumed by an underground fireball and poisonous gases which

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Legal Controversies Mar Mwingira’s Case

[Daily News] Kisitu Resident Magistrate’s Court was yesterday compelled to adjourn the 7.5bn/- adultery case against Prophet Josephat Mwingira and Phillis Nyimbi over legal controversies.

[Daily News] Kisitu Resident Magistrate's Court was yesterday compelled to adjourn the 7.5bn/- adultery case against Prophet Josephat Mwingira and Phillis Nyimbi over legal controversies.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Regional States Unveils National Budgets

[Daily News] Dodoma -IT is budget day for East African region as partner states are set to present their national budget estimates simultaneously today. And, for Tanzania, all roads lead to Dodoma where the government is pencilled to table the national…

[Daily News] Dodoma -IT is budget day for East African region as partner states are set to present their national budget estimates simultaneously today. And, for Tanzania, all roads lead to Dodoma where the government is pencilled to table the national budget estimates for the 2017/18 financial year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Football Legend Ndlovu Breaks Silence

[The Herald] Peter Ndlovu says he remains a proud Zimbabwean, who will always serve this country with distinction, and can never sabotage its football interests because the Warriors have a special place in his heart.The Flying Elephant is considered th…

[The Herald] Peter Ndlovu says he remains a proud Zimbabwean, who will always serve this country with distinction, and can never sabotage its football interests because the Warriors have a special place in his heart.The Flying Elephant is considered the greatest Warrior of all-time and was the first captain to lead the team to the Nations Cup finals in Tunisia in 2004 where he scored three times for his country.

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TBs Official in Court Over Illegal Stay

[Daily News] The Tanzania Bureau of Standard (TBS) Principal Legal Officer, Baptister Bitaho (54), a Burundian national, has appeared before a Dar es Salaam court facing three counts, including working in the country without a valid permit.

[Daily News] The Tanzania Bureau of Standard (TBS) Principal Legal Officer, Baptister Bitaho (54), a Burundian national, has appeared before a Dar es Salaam court facing three counts, including working in the country without a valid permit.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Robbers Vanish With U.S.$80 000

[The Herald] A Harare couple lost $80 000 cash in Madokero suburb to armed robbers on Saturday, as it emerged that businesspeople who do not bank money are being targeted by criminals.

[The Herald] A Harare couple lost $80 000 cash in Madokero suburb to armed robbers on Saturday, as it emerged that businesspeople who do not bank money are being targeted by criminals.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe