Soldiers Accept Deal to End Mutiny

[Al Jazeera] Soldiers who staged a nationwide mutiny in Ivory Coast have reached an agreement with the government on bonus payments and have agreed to return to barracks, ending a revolt that paralysed cities and towns across the country for four days.

[Al Jazeera] Soldiers who staged a nationwide mutiny in Ivory Coast have reached an agreement with the government on bonus payments and have agreed to return to barracks, ending a revolt that paralysed cities and towns across the country for four days.

source: AllAfrica News: Cote d'Ivoire

Starlet Returns Home Amid Scramble for UK-Based Stars

[The Herald] HIGHLY-RATED teenage midfielder Trystan Nydam is expected home on Friday, fuelling speculation of a possible dance in the colours of his motherland, with the rising Ipswich Town star’s visit coinciding with the Warriors management’s scramb…

[The Herald] HIGHLY-RATED teenage midfielder Trystan Nydam is expected home on Friday, fuelling speculation of a possible dance in the colours of his motherland, with the rising Ipswich Town star's visit coinciding with the Warriors management's scramble for Zimbabwean footballers dotted around the world.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Donor Funds Must Be Channelled Through Government

[The Herald] Shona people have an edifying truism in their rich language that goes — “vana vembwa havasvunuri musi umwe chete”. The literal translation being that, puppies, which are born functionally blind and deaf, do not open their eyes on the same…

[The Herald] Shona people have an edifying truism in their rich language that goes -- "vana vembwa havasvunuri musi umwe chete". The literal translation being that, puppies, which are born functionally blind and deaf, do not open their eyes on the same day.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt to Put ‘Brakes’ On Speeding Drivers

[The Herald] Government will soon come up with road traffic legislation that will make it compulsory for all public service vehicles to be fitted with speed limiting gadgets in a bid to reduce road fatalities caused by speeding drivers, a senior offici…

[The Herald] Government will soon come up with road traffic legislation that will make it compulsory for all public service vehicles to be fitted with speed limiting gadgets in a bid to reduce road fatalities caused by speeding drivers, a senior official has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Schools Environmental Debate Competition

[The Herald] The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has embraced the schools debate competition as one of the strategies of spreading the environmental gospel to the school going age, under the “Catch Them Young Programme”.

[The Herald] The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has embraced the schools debate competition as one of the strategies of spreading the environmental gospel to the school going age, under the "Catch Them Young Programme".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Disability, Child Poverty in Zim – Why It Matters

[The Herald] The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) recognises that children with disabilities (CwDs) have the same rights as any other child, with dreams and desires to fulfil.

[The Herald] The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) recognises that children with disabilities (CwDs) have the same rights as any other child, with dreams and desires to fulfil.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Five Poachers Arrested in Matobo

[The Herald] Bulawayo -Five suspected poachers have been arrested, while one of them is receiving treatment at Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo after he was shot at Matobo National Park.

[The Herald] Bulawayo -Five suspected poachers have been arrested, while one of them is receiving treatment at Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo after he was shot at Matobo National Park.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mining Minister Defends Secrecy in Mining Deals

[The Patriot] Botswana’s Minerals and Water Affairs Minister Sadique Kebonang on Tuesday insisted on maintaining the secrecy around mega government mining contracts, saying that “no country signs transparent agreements”.

[The Patriot] Botswana's Minerals and Water Affairs Minister Sadique Kebonang on Tuesday insisted on maintaining the secrecy around mega government mining contracts, saying that "no country signs transparent agreements".

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Teacher Cleared of Rape

[The Herald] A man who owns Charlie’s College in Budiriro 1, Harare, was yesterday freed after a 17-year-old student he was accused of raping told the court that they were lovers.

[The Herald] A man who owns Charlie's College in Budiriro 1, Harare, was yesterday freed after a 17-year-old student he was accused of raping told the court that they were lovers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe