Magistrate Gets Death Threats

[The Herald] Kariba magistrate Mr Toendepi Zhou last week received death threats from people suspected to be relatives or colleagues of convicted criminals he sent to jail. Unknown assailants allegedly raided his home in Kariba and attempted to burn hi…

[The Herald] Kariba magistrate Mr Toendepi Zhou last week received death threats from people suspected to be relatives or colleagues of convicted criminals he sent to jail. Unknown assailants allegedly raided his home in Kariba and attempted to burn his car and house using petrol.Police said the assailants fled the scene after they were disturbed by cars passing by the magistrate's house at around 1am last Sunday. They left a note threatening the magistrate. A report was made to the police but no arrests have yet been

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Iringa, Njombe Regions Surpass Registration Targets

[Daily News] Implementations of under-five birth registration initiative in Iringa and Njombe regions has exceeded registration targets of children by 90 percent during the first six months.

[Daily News] Implementations of under-five birth registration initiative in Iringa and Njombe regions has exceeded registration targets of children by 90 percent during the first six months.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Defence Minister Denies Reports That Army Is Recruiting

[New Zimbabwe] DEFENCE Minister Sydney Sekeramayi has dismissed reports government was in the process of recruiting more soldiers at a time Treasury was struggling to raise salaries for its workforce, saying they were simply replacing those that have e…

[New Zimbabwe] DEFENCE Minister Sydney Sekeramayi has dismissed reports government was in the process of recruiting more soldiers at a time Treasury was struggling to raise salaries for its workforce, saying they were simply replacing those that have either left or died.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Let’s Warn Pedestrians – Use Not Zebra Crossing

[Daily News] Dear esteemed readers, LAST week, it was beyond imagination that my column did not appear in the Sunday newspaper. Some of you did call me, asking whether it was election reverse shock.

[Daily News] Dear esteemed readers, LAST week, it was beyond imagination that my column did not appear in the Sunday newspaper. Some of you did call me, asking whether it was election reverse shock.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Uhuru Railway – Product of Both Countries Strong Political Diplomacy

[Daily News] This week’s summation of the book: A Monument to China-Africa Friendship, talks about Mr Job Lusinde bold decision to go on early retirement at the age of 45 years.

[Daily News] This week's summation of the book: A Monument to China-Africa Friendship, talks about Mr Job Lusinde bold decision to go on early retirement at the age of 45 years.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘Rwanda Among Nations With Most Business Reforms’

[New Times] The World Bank Doing Business Report’s 14th issue released this month shows that Rwanda rose up six positions to feature in the 56th position and second in Africa after Mauritius.

[New Times] The World Bank Doing Business Report's 14th issue released this month shows that Rwanda rose up six positions to feature in the 56th position and second in Africa after Mauritius.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Ndayisenga Wins Tour Du Rwanda

[New Times] After his historic feat in 2014 when he became the first Rwandan to win Tour du Rwanda since it become a 2.2 category UCI Africa Tour race in 2009, Valens Ndayisenga has again set a new record as the first rider to win the international roa…

[New Times] After his historic feat in 2014 when he became the first Rwandan to win Tour du Rwanda since it become a 2.2 category UCI Africa Tour race in 2009, Valens Ndayisenga has again set a new record as the first rider to win the international road race twice.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Count Me Out of Plan to Oil Facilities – Tompolo

[Vanguard] Ex-militant leader, Government Ekpemupolo, alias Tompolo, Sunday, distanced himself from an alleged plan by some militants to attack oil facilities in the Niger Delta region on grounds that the Federal Government declined to drop the crimina…

[Vanguard] Ex-militant leader, Government Ekpemupolo, alias Tompolo, Sunday, distanced himself from an alleged plan by some militants to attack oil facilities in the Niger Delta region on grounds that the Federal Government declined to drop the criminal charges against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria