Veteran Journalist Gawe Laid to Rest

[The Herald] FORMER Herald news editor and Zimbabwe National Editors Forum (Zinef) treasurer Oliver Gawe, who died last Sunday in Lesotho, was buried at Warren Hills Cemetery in Harare yesterday. Gawe, who was 56, was now working in the mountain kingdo…

[The Herald] FORMER Herald news editor and Zimbabwe National Editors Forum (Zinef) treasurer Oliver Gawe, who died last Sunday in Lesotho, was buried at Warren Hills Cemetery in Harare yesterday. Gawe, who was 56, was now working in the mountain kingdom.Journalists across the media fraternity, from former Herald Editor Tommy Sithole to former Chronicle editor Geoff Nyarota, converged at Warren Hills to pay their last respects to the veteran journalist. Paying his tributes, Funny Mushava, who worked with Gawe, said:.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Magaya Accuser Officially Drops Charges

[The Herald] Tendai Rupapa -A HARARE woman who claimed to have been raped by Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya has officially filed papers with the Prosecutor-General’s office and the Zimbabwe Republic Police dro…

[The Herald] Tendai Rupapa -A HARARE woman who claimed to have been raped by Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya has officially filed papers with the Prosecutor-General's office and the Zimbabwe Republic Police dropping the charges. She also communicated her decision to Prophet Magaya's lawyer. The woman had initially not followed the correct procedure to withdraw the charges. She reportedly sneaked the papers into Harare magistrate Mr Vakayi Chikwekwe's office under the door.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ndayisenga Predicts Bright Future for Youngster Mugisha

[New Times] 2016 Tour du Rwanda winner, Valens Ndayisenga has predicted a bright future for youngster Samuel Mugisha, describing him as the next biggest name in Rwandan cycling.

[New Times] 2016 Tour du Rwanda winner, Valens Ndayisenga has predicted a bright future for youngster Samuel Mugisha, describing him as the next biggest name in Rwandan cycling.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Prisons Calls for Justice System Review to Reduce Case Backlog

[Monitor] Kampala -The Uganda Prisons Service has asked authorities in Judiciary to review the justice system so that the High Court sessions can operate normally like the lower courts in order to reduce the increasing case backlog in the country.

[Monitor] Kampala -The Uganda Prisons Service has asked authorities in Judiciary to review the justice system so that the High Court sessions can operate normally like the lower courts in order to reduce the increasing case backlog in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Irrigation Saves the Day

[The Herald] Sam Masvinure walks daily for over a kilometre to the nearest borehole to get safe drinking water; he travels another long distance to a silted river bed for hi cattle to get water to drink. Life has become unbearable for Masvinure and oth…

[The Herald] Sam Masvinure walks daily for over a kilometre to the nearest borehole to get safe drinking water; he travels another long distance to a silted river bed for hi cattle to get water to drink. Life has become unbearable for Masvinure and other villagers because of drought.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Why I Can Never Disrespect Tinubu – Kayode Fayemi

[Premium Times] The Minister of Solid Minerals and Steel Development on Sunday said he would never abuse or disrespect former Lagos Governor, Bola Tinubu, because the politician remained a leader he would continue to hold in high esteem.

[Premium Times] The Minister of Solid Minerals and Steel Development on Sunday said he would never abuse or disrespect former Lagos Governor, Bola Tinubu, because the politician remained a leader he would continue to hold in high esteem.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Murder-for-Hire Case Arrives in High Court

[Namibian] A WOMAN accused of having hired people to murder her husband at the end of March last year made a first appearance in the Windhoek High Court together with five co-accused on charges of murder, robbery and conspiracy to commit murder last week.

[Namibian] A WOMAN accused of having hired people to murder her husband at the end of March last year made a first appearance in the Windhoek High Court together with five co-accused on charges of murder, robbery and conspiracy to commit murder last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Controversial Penalty Sinks Starlets in Limbe

[Capital FM] Limbe -Elizabeth Addo’s controversial 70th minute penalty and Portia Boakye’s late goal drowned Kenya’s Harambee Starlets in their debut at the African Women’s Championship (AWCON) as they went down 3-1 to Ghana’s Black Queens at the Omnis…

[Capital FM] Limbe -Elizabeth Addo's controversial 70th minute penalty and Portia Boakye's late goal drowned Kenya's Harambee Starlets in their debut at the African Women's Championship (AWCON) as they went down 3-1 to Ghana's Black Queens at the Omnisport Arena on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon