Chitungwiza Levies 6 Percent On Debts

[The Herald] Chitungwiza Municipality is now levying six percent interest on all overdue accounts for both residential and commercial ratepayers, acting finance manager Mr Robert Nyikadzino has said.

[The Herald] Chitungwiza Municipality is now levying six percent interest on all overdue accounts for both residential and commercial ratepayers, acting finance manager Mr Robert Nyikadzino has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Water Treatment Chemicals Available Locally’

[The Herald] A local manufacturing company, Aqua Mundi Chemicals, is ready to cover the gap of chemicals used by local authorities for water treatment and save the country millions of dollars in foreign currency.

[The Herald] A local manufacturing company, Aqua Mundi Chemicals, is ready to cover the gap of chemicals used by local authorities for water treatment and save the country millions of dollars in foreign currency.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Heavy Rainfall Paralyses Business in Dar es Salaam

[Daily News] BUSINESS activities in Dar es Salaam yesterday came to a standstill as downpour pounded the city and its suburbs, paralysing transport, devastating properties and economic activities.

[Daily News] BUSINESS activities in Dar es Salaam yesterday came to a standstill as downpour pounded the city and its suburbs, paralysing transport, devastating properties and economic activities.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Tigresses Edge Thunder Queens, As Players Exchange Blows

[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -Tigresses continued the trend winning against Thunder Queens with a 45 – 41 splendid performance in the Rainbow Paints Southern Region League at the Blantyre Youth Centre on Saturday.

[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -Tigresses continued the trend winning against Thunder Queens with a 45 - 41 splendid performance in the Rainbow Paints Southern Region League at the Blantyre Youth Centre on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Upbeat Useb Living the Dream With the Warriors

[New Era] Windhoek -MTC Premiership returnees Life Fighters, aka ‘Okahirona’, midfield sensation Desmond Useb is upbeat on his inclusion in the Brave Warriors’ final 23 squad members representing Namibia at this year’s African Nations Championship (CHA…

[New Era] Windhoek -MTC Premiership returnees Life Fighters, aka 'Okahirona', midfield sensation Desmond Useb is upbeat on his inclusion in the Brave Warriors' final 23 squad members representing Namibia at this year's African Nations Championship (CHAN) finals hosted by Morocco.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Lexus Ls 600 Dons Electronic Array in Toyota’s Quest to Lead Full Self-Drive Capability

[Namibia Economist] The posh Lexus LS 600h L has been chosen by engineers at the Toyota Research Institute as the ideal vehicle for their next-generation Platform 3.0 automated driving research. The concept self-drive cars are to be revealed later this…

[Namibia Economist] The posh Lexus LS 600h L has been chosen by engineers at the Toyota Research Institute as the ideal vehicle for their next-generation Platform 3.0 automated driving research. The concept self-drive cars are to be revealed later this month at the Consumer Electronics Show in the United States gaming mecca, Las Vegas.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

New Kunene Governor Takes Office

[Namibian] HUNDREDS of people attended the welcoming ceremony of newly-appointed Kunene governor Marius Sheya, held in the region’s capital, Opuwo, on Friday.

[Namibian] HUNDREDS of people attended the welcoming ceremony of newly-appointed Kunene governor Marius Sheya, held in the region's capital, Opuwo, on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Laura Miti – the Edgar Lungu Administration Has Blood On Its Hands

[Zambia Reports] We have #cholera because we have a non-functional government that routinely chooses corruption, populism, patronage & dysfunction over citizen good. The PF government, with eyes wide open and surely aware of what the consequences would be, allowed perfect conditions for cholera to to exist in Lusaka as follows:

[Zambia Reports] We have #cholera because we have a non-functional government that routinely chooses corruption, populism, patronage & dysfunction over citizen good. The PF government, with eyes wide open and surely aware of what the consequences would be, allowed perfect conditions for cholera to to exist in Lusaka as follows:

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia