Mugabe ‘Un-Amused By Bootlickers, Wants Critical Followers’

[New Zimbabwe] President Robert Mugabe has revealed his thoughts about his loyalists’ praise singing tendencies, urging them to be more critical of party leaders as opposed to “bootlicking” them.

[New Zimbabwe] President Robert Mugabe has revealed his thoughts about his loyalists' praise singing tendencies, urging them to be more critical of party leaders as opposed to "bootlicking" them.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Stone Age Comes to Life At Sally Mugabe Heights

[The Herald] Acorn Township, famed for its name Sally Mugabe Heights, has a few monuments that most of residents do not seem to be aware of. Situated just after Crowhill, Sally Mugabe Heights is a place still under development but with beautiful struct…

[The Herald] Acorn Township, famed for its name Sally Mugabe Heights, has a few monuments that most of residents do not seem to be aware of. Situated just after Crowhill, Sally Mugabe Heights is a place still under development but with beautiful structures.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Musicians Don’t Die of Accidents, but STDs’

[New Zimbabwe] With a career spanning close to 30 years in the music industry Clive Mukundu said he was treated for sexually transmitted infections (STI) twice and that made him realise that if he does not change his behaviour he was going to die young.

[New Zimbabwe] With a career spanning close to 30 years in the music industry Clive Mukundu said he was treated for sexually transmitted infections (STI) twice and that made him realise that if he does not change his behaviour he was going to die young.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Economy Ready For Take-off After Sanctions – Govt

[allAfrica] Kigali, Rwanda -Sudan’s government is confident that they are ready to enter the African and international markets when the U.S. sanctions — frozen for the past six months — are dropped.

[allAfrica] Kigali, Rwanda -Sudan's government is confident that they are ready to enter the African and international markets when the U.S. sanctions -- frozen for the past six months -- are dropped.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Resist Corrupt Leaders, Pressure Group Urges Communities

[Nyasa Times] Leader of Transformation Alliance (TA), political pressure group, Moses Kunkuyu has urged communities in Chikwawa district to report and resist corrupt leaders as they contribute heavily to the abject poverty the people of Malawi are facing.

[Nyasa Times] Leader of Transformation Alliance (TA), political pressure group, Moses Kunkuyu has urged communities in Chikwawa district to report and resist corrupt leaders as they contribute heavily to the abject poverty the people of Malawi are facing.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Time to Halt Police, Taxi Crews Games

[The Herald] We are worried with the rate at which innocent passengers and passers-by continue to fall victim to the cat and mouse game between the police and commuter omnibus operators.

[The Herald] We are worried with the rate at which innocent passengers and passers-by continue to fall victim to the cat and mouse game between the police and commuter omnibus operators.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Husband Clings to Car As Cleric Speeds Off With His Wife

[New Zimbabwe] A United Methodist reverend is in trouble after he allegedly attempted to kill his lover’s husband by speeding his vehicle off while he (lover’s hubby) was clinging to the bonnet.

[New Zimbabwe] A United Methodist reverend is in trouble after he allegedly attempted to kill his lover's husband by speeding his vehicle off while he (lover's hubby) was clinging to the bonnet.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Nation Aims to Restore Trees and Land Covering Half the Country By 2030

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Lilongwe -Malawi plans to spend about $385 million by 2030 to plant trees and restore other degraded land, in an effort to reverse rampant forest losses in the country, forestry officials said this week.

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Lilongwe -Malawi plans to spend about $385 million by 2030 to plant trees and restore other degraded land, in an effort to reverse rampant forest losses in the country, forestry officials said this week.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Good, Bad and Best

[The Herald] Zimbabwe coach Sunday Chidzambwa heaped praises on his captain Ovidy Karuru as the Warriors powered into the COSAFA Castle Cup semi-final following a deserved victory over Swaziland at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace last night.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe coach Sunday Chidzambwa heaped praises on his captain Ovidy Karuru as the Warriors powered into the COSAFA Castle Cup semi-final following a deserved victory over Swaziland at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace last night.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe