Appeal Filed in Surveillance Case

[VOA] A U.S. citizen who believes his computer was hacked by the Ethiopian government is appealing for the right to have his case against a foreign government heard in a higher U.S. court.

[VOA] A U.S. citizen who believes his computer was hacked by the Ethiopian government is appealing for the right to have his case against a foreign government heard in a higher U.S. court.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Cabs Holdings to Offload Bad Loans

[The Herald] CABS Holdings is considering offloading some of its bad loans to the Zimbabwe Asset Management Company (ZAMCO) but the financial institution’s primary focus is on managing its debtors, an official has said.CABS Holdings’ which is a banking…

[The Herald] CABS Holdings is considering offloading some of its bad loans to the Zimbabwe Asset Management Company (ZAMCO) but the financial institution's primary focus is on managing its debtors, an official has said.CABS Holdings' which is a banking subsidiary of Old Mutual Zimbabwe is one of the financial institutions that had not yet shelved bad loans to the asset management company according to OMZ chief executive Jonas Mushosho. ZAMCO was created by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in August 2014 to take over non-pe

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Meet the Avant-Garde Honey Farmer

[The Herald] Time and again people are tempted to follow convention for proven results as they pursue their different interests. Marondera-based innovator, Rimao Chombe is a honey farmer who chose to go against the tide, exploring the creative usefulne…

[The Herald] Time and again people are tempted to follow convention for proven results as they pursue their different interests. Marondera-based innovator, Rimao Chombe is a honey farmer who chose to go against the tide, exploring the creative usefulness of the honey he produces at his farm. Furnished with a curious mind and the hunger to stand out, the 60-year old Chombe explains how he started experimenting with honey extracts to discover its multiple remedies.He narrated how he discovered that honey has healing powe

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chirambadare Breaks Chiefs Duck

[The Herald] EDMORE Chirambadare finally broke his duck for South Africa giants Kaizer Chiefs when he netted his first competitive goal in the quarter-final of the Telkom Knockout Cup against Free State Stars.

[The Herald] EDMORE Chirambadare finally broke his duck for South Africa giants Kaizer Chiefs when he netted his first competitive goal in the quarter-final of the Telkom Knockout Cup against Free State Stars.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mandenge Confident Ahead of Hong Kong Tourney

[Zimbabwe Standard] ZIMBABWE 15s rugby national team coach Cyprian “Supa” Mandenge is confident that his troops will finish the year on a high note by ending their winless streak this season when they take part in the fourth Cup of Nations rugby union …

[Zimbabwe Standard] ZIMBABWE 15s rugby national team coach Cyprian "Supa" Mandenge is confident that his troops will finish the year on a high note by ending their winless streak this season when they take part in the fourth Cup of Nations rugby union tournament in Hong Kong this week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Meet Dr Leon Mutesa, Rwanda’s First Geneticist

[New Times] Genetics has always been regarded as a difficult subject even at the basic levels like high school and this is perhaps the reason why we have only a few experts in the field.

[New Times] Genetics has always been regarded as a difficult subject even at the basic levels like high school and this is perhaps the reason why we have only a few experts in the field.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

UN Releases Number of Soldiers Killed in El Ade Attack

[Shabelle] A 274-page report by a United Nations monitoring group published on Friday, November 4, has answered the elusive question of exactly how many Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) soldiers were killed in a bloody onslaught in the neighboring Somalia.

[Shabelle] A 274-page report by a United Nations monitoring group published on Friday, November 4, has answered the elusive question of exactly how many Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) soldiers were killed in a bloody onslaught in the neighboring Somalia.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Govt Denies UN Report of Troops’ Illegal Trade in Somalia

[Shabelle] Kenya on Sunday dismissed a United Nations report linking its troops to illicit charcoal trade from a port under their control in Somalia. State House spokesman Manoah Esipisu condemned the allegation “in the strongest terms possible,” termi…

[Shabelle] Kenya on Sunday dismissed a United Nations report linking its troops to illicit charcoal trade from a port under their control in Somalia. State House spokesman Manoah Esipisu condemned the allegation "in the strongest terms possible," terming it "hogwash masquerading as research."

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Nation Can Solve Own Problems – Mbeki

[The Herald] ZIMBABWEANS have the ability to work out solutions that will bring about economic development in their country despite the ongoing challenges, Thabo Mbeki Foundation (TMF) chief executive officer Mr Max Moqwana has said.

[The Herald] ZIMBABWEANS have the ability to work out solutions that will bring about economic development in their country despite the ongoing challenges, Thabo Mbeki Foundation (TMF) chief executive officer Mr Max Moqwana has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Notes Spark Bond Jokes

[Zimbabwe Standard] A reporter asked Joseph Chinotimba: Mr Chinoz, who introduced bond notes in Zimbabwe? Chinotimba responded: “Don’t ask me silly questions. Obviously, it’s one of our Western enemies, James Bond.”

[Zimbabwe Standard] A reporter asked Joseph Chinotimba: Mr Chinoz, who introduced bond notes in Zimbabwe? Chinotimba responded: "Don't ask me silly questions. Obviously, it's one of our Western enemies, James Bond."

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe