Chiwenga, Reaching for History, Missing the Future

[Zimbabwe Standard] The recently-published interview given by the Commander of Zimbabwe’s Defence Forces (ZDF) General Constantino Chiwenga to state-controlled media was a politically significant one. Not only for the ruling party, but more as an indic…

[Zimbabwe Standard] The recently-published interview given by the Commander of Zimbabwe's Defence Forces (ZDF) General Constantino Chiwenga to state-controlled media was a politically significant one. Not only for the ruling party, but more as an indicator of how the ZDF leadership perceives its role in Zimbabwe's contemporary national politics as determined by their role in our then collective struggle for national liberation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Prince Edward’s Tigers Maul Churchill’s Bulldogs in Rugby Festival

[Zimbabwe Standard] PRINCE Edward School got their revenge on their arch-rivals Churchill in spectacular fashion, registering a comfortable 24-8 victory in an intriguing contest at the Jubilee Field which brought the curtain down on this year’s edition…

[Zimbabwe Standard] PRINCE Edward School got their revenge on their arch-rivals Churchill in spectacular fashion, registering a comfortable 24-8 victory in an intriguing contest at the Jubilee Field which brought the curtain down on this year's edition of the Dairiboard Schools' Rugby Festival yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt to Supervise Chinese Building New Parliament Complex

[Zimbabwe Standard] Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda has said government will strictly supervise the construction of the new $450 million parliament building by Chinese contractors to ensure that high standards are met.

[Zimbabwe Standard] Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda has said government will strictly supervise the construction of the new $450 million parliament building by Chinese contractors to ensure that high standards are met.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

University Lecturer Threatens to Fail Student, Extorts U.S.$200

[New Zimbabwe] A lecturer at the Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU)’s department of Commerce and Law was arrested after he extorted $200 from a student in order to give him good grades.

[New Zimbabwe] A lecturer at the Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU)'s department of Commerce and Law was arrested after he extorted $200 from a student in order to give him good grades.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Vehicles Donation Set to Speed-Up Ministry’s Dodoma Relocation Drive

[Daily News] More than 50 per cent of officials in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation have relocated to Dodoma, in response to the government’s plan to shift to the capital from the port city of Dar es Salaam.

[Daily News] More than 50 per cent of officials in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation have relocated to Dodoma, in response to the government's plan to shift to the capital from the port city of Dar es Salaam.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

We Reject Ramaphosa’s Marikana Apology – Azapo

[News24Wire] Azapo has called on families of the deceased Marikana miners not to allow Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to “use this shameful, regrettable and painful matter for his presidential ambitions”.

[News24Wire] Azapo has called on families of the deceased Marikana miners not to allow Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to "use this shameful, regrettable and painful matter for his presidential ambitions".

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Kagame Hails Bank of Kigali On 50th Anniversary

[New Times] President Paul Kagame has hailed Bank of Kigali on its 50th Anniversary celebration saying that over the years the institution has become one of the country’s most iconic and recognizable brands.

[New Times] President Paul Kagame has hailed Bank of Kigali on its 50th Anniversary celebration saying that over the years the institution has become one of the country's most iconic and recognizable brands.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Ovoyo Leaves Mark On Cranes West Nile Tour

[Monitor] Kampala -The Cranes expedition in the West Nile during the latest edition of the Cranes Na Mutima tour, left the players with a sour taste having lost to the regional outfit for the second time in as many games.

[Monitor] Kampala -The Cranes expedition in the West Nile during the latest edition of the Cranes Na Mutima tour, left the players with a sour taste having lost to the regional outfit for the second time in as many games.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda