Lawyer Lilan Wants Mark Too Body Exhumed to Establish Cause of Death

[Nation] A lawyer who had sought court orders barring the burial of former nominated MP Mark Too now wants the body exhumed and a specimen extracted for forensic examination to establish the true cause of his death.

[Nation] A lawyer who had sought court orders barring the burial of former nominated MP Mark Too now wants the body exhumed and a specimen extracted for forensic examination to establish the true cause of his death.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Tone Down, Boxing Bodies Urged

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA Boxing Federation (ZBF) deputy secretary general Kennedy Mvula has urged boxing associations to tone down as they head into the elections.

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA Boxing Federation (ZBF) deputy secretary general Kennedy Mvula has urged boxing associations to tone down as they head into the elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Chief Justice Bill Set in Motion

[The Herald] Parliament has set in motion processes leading to the amendment of the Constitution to give President Mugabe the prerogative of appointing the Chief Justice, his or her deputy and Judge President of the High Court without waiting for a lis…

[The Herald] Parliament has set in motion processes leading to the amendment of the Constitution to give President Mugabe the prerogative of appointing the Chief Justice, his or her deputy and Judge President of the High Court without waiting for a list of candidates submitted by the Judicial Service Commission (JSC).Assistant Clerk of Parliament Mr Johane Gandiwa yesterday invited comments on the Bill from members of the public, while public hearings on the same will be conducted in due course. Speaker of the National

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

U.S.$1,5 Million for Nation’s Biggest Market Rehab

[The Herald] Harare City Council is set to refurbish Mbare Musika Farmers’ Market to the tune of $1,5 million as it seeks to improve the working environment, as well as address water and sanitation issues.There are fears that lack of proper sanitation …

[The Herald] Harare City Council is set to refurbish Mbare Musika Farmers' Market to the tune of $1,5 million as it seeks to improve the working environment, as well as address water and sanitation issues.There are fears that lack of proper sanitation at the market could have been one of the major drivers of water borne diseases such as typhoid which hit Mbare suburb recently.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

13 Still On the Run

[The Herald] Police in Botswana have arrested a fifth escapee who is part of the 18 Zimbabweans and Botswana who fled from lawful custody at Gerald Estates Centre for illegal immigrants last week.According to media reports in that country, 13 of the es…

[The Herald] Police in Botswana have arrested a fifth escapee who is part of the 18 Zimbabweans and Botswana who fled from lawful custody at Gerald Estates Centre for illegal immigrants last week.According to media reports in that country, 13 of the escapees are still at large and police are still in the hunt for them. The fifth suspect, Gofamodimo Molosiwa, was arrested on Wednesday last week at Aerodrome location in Francistown.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana