South Korean Jailed Five Years for Smuggling Gold

[New Zimbabwe] A South Korean man has been sentenced to five years in prison after he was arrested at the Harare International Airport trying to smuggle gold worth $3, 700 out of the country.

[New Zimbabwe] A South Korean man has been sentenced to five years in prison after he was arrested at the Harare International Airport trying to smuggle gold worth $3, 700 out of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Government Lifts Soyabean Import Ban

[The Herald] Government has suspended a moratorium banning the importation of soyabean into the country in an effort to ensure reliable supply of edible oil in the country, oil producers have confirmed.

[The Herald] Government has suspended a moratorium banning the importation of soyabean into the country in an effort to ensure reliable supply of edible oil in the country, oil producers have confirmed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Councils Pin Hopes On Pre-Paid Water Meters

[The Herald] Government’s move to ban conventional meters and make pre-paid meters mandatory is set to improve the revenue of local authorities and in turn improve service delivery which has plummeted to unacceptable levels, local authorities have said.

[The Herald] Government's move to ban conventional meters and make pre-paid meters mandatory is set to improve the revenue of local authorities and in turn improve service delivery which has plummeted to unacceptable levels, local authorities have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Manyeruke Lights Up Living Word Citadel Conference

[The Herald] Gospel music guru Baba Mechanic Manyeruke blessed congregants at Living Word Citadel church conference in Chitungwiza with a good performance that proved his strength in worship.

[The Herald] Gospel music guru Baba Mechanic Manyeruke blessed congregants at Living Word Citadel church conference in Chitungwiza with a good performance that proved his strength in worship.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cop Fails to Identify Youtube, Has Court Bursting Into Laughter

[New Zimbabwe] Police training and recruitment processes came under the spotlight Monday in the ongoing trial of Pastor Evan Mawarire when senior detective left a packed courtroom in stiches after appearing tech-stupid.

[New Zimbabwe] Police training and recruitment processes came under the spotlight Monday in the ongoing trial of Pastor Evan Mawarire when senior detective left a packed courtroom in stiches after appearing tech-stupid.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Don’t Lose Faith in Election Technology, CAK Urge Kenyans

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Communication Authority of Kenya (CAK) Director General Francis Wangusi has implored Kenyans to give technology a chance following the allegations by opposition leader Raila Odinga of alleged manipulation of election results by Sa…

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Communication Authority of Kenya (CAK) Director General Francis Wangusi has implored Kenyans to give technology a chance following the allegations by opposition leader Raila Odinga of alleged manipulation of election results by Safaricom in collusion with the French-based company OT-Morpho.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Firm Reduces Cash Payouts to Gold Miners

[The Herald] Fidelity Printers and Refiners has reduced cash payouts to small-scale gold miners by 40 percent, a move some industry players fear may hurt production and give rise to smuggling of the precious mineral out of the country.

[The Herald] Fidelity Printers and Refiners has reduced cash payouts to small-scale gold miners by 40 percent, a move some industry players fear may hurt production and give rise to smuggling of the precious mineral out of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Human Rights and Police

[The Point] Police are here to protect our lives and property. For this reason to enable them to carry out their duty effectively they have been given some responsibility and some powers. But that does not mean that the police are above the law.

[The Point] Police are here to protect our lives and property. For this reason to enable them to carry out their duty effectively they have been given some responsibility and some powers. But that does not mean that the police are above the law.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia