Writer Introduces Unusual Style

[The Herald] Beaven Tapureta -A newly published “novel” titled “The Circumcision of Adam and Eve” (2016, Harp Bookz International) by young writer/publisher Tatenda Charles Munyuki is an experimental deviation from commonly accepted values both in its …

[The Herald] Beaven Tapureta -A newly published "novel" titled "The Circumcision of Adam and Eve" (2016, Harp Bookz International) by young writer/publisher Tatenda Charles Munyuki is an experimental deviation from commonly accepted values both in its form and content.It stylishly excludes some elements of fiction such as dialogue, conflict, etc.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Man Loses U.S.$800,000 Land to Fraudsters

[The Herald] Tendai Rupapa -A Harare businessman lost land worth about a million dollars to two suspected land barons who allegedly forged an offer letter purporting it had originated from the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Hou…

[The Herald] Tendai Rupapa -A Harare businessman lost land worth about a million dollars to two suspected land barons who allegedly forged an offer letter purporting it had originated from the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing.The fraudulent offer letter permitted them to develop and sell the land.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cricketastrophe! How the Australian Front Pages Covered the Aussies’ Humiliation

[Daily Maverick] Not once but twice in the space of just two weeks, the Australian national team have made a wretched effort of playing cricket. The press, as you might have expected, have responded with stern words to the “cacophony of crap”, as one p…

[Daily Maverick] Not once but twice in the space of just two weeks, the Australian national team have made a wretched effort of playing cricket. The press, as you might have expected, have responded with stern words to the "cacophony of crap", as one publication called it. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

60% of Boko Haram Not Nigerians – Army Chief

[Premium Times] The Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, on Wednesday said that judging by the current activities of the Boko Haram terrorists, 60 per cent of them are not Nigerians.

[Premium Times] The Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, on Wednesday said that judging by the current activities of the Boko Haram terrorists, 60 per cent of them are not Nigerians.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Oil Palm Produce Must Be Value Added to Avoid Liberia’s 90-Year Mistake

[Observer] The oil palm producers in Liberia, notably Malaysia’s Golden Veroleum and Sime Darby, are saying the same thing Harvey Firestone said in 1926, when he established his rubber plantation in Liberia.

[Observer] The oil palm producers in Liberia, notably Malaysia's Golden Veroleum and Sime Darby, are saying the same thing Harvey Firestone said in 1926, when he established his rubber plantation in Liberia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Butaw, Tarjuowon On Course in Gvl MOU Discussion

[Observer] A two part Global Witness report accusing Golden Veroleum Liberia (GVL) of grabbing land from local residents and violating their sacred shrines could not be substantiated when local journalists paid a four-day visit to Greenville and intera…

[Observer] A two part Global Witness report accusing Golden Veroleum Liberia (GVL) of grabbing land from local residents and violating their sacred shrines could not be substantiated when local journalists paid a four-day visit to Greenville and interacted with the people in the areas mentioned.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Darmawolor Community Captures Samukai Peace Tourney

[Observer] The organizing committee of the Brownie J. Samukai Sports Tournament has disclosed plan to honor several community members on Friday, November 14, after the closing ceremony of the tournament was disrupted by a heavy downpour of rain last Su…

[Observer] The organizing committee of the Brownie J. Samukai Sports Tournament has disclosed plan to honor several community members on Friday, November 14, after the closing ceremony of the tournament was disrupted by a heavy downpour of rain last Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘We Must Learn From How Other African Nations Protect Their Entrepreneurs’

[Observer] Calling on the government through the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI) to implement the Liberianization policy, Mrs. Eyvonne Harding-Bright, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sharks Entertainment Incorporated, suggests that learning f…

[Observer] Calling on the government through the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI) to implement the Liberianization policy, Mrs. Eyvonne Harding-Bright, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sharks Entertainment Incorporated, suggests that learning from how other African nations protect their entrepreneurs could help nurture the proper development of Liberian SMEs.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia