Japan Donates U.S.$ 1 Million Towards Community Resilience

[263Chat] The Government of Japan has announced a contribution of US$ 1 million to enhance the resilience of communities in Zimbabwe through a comprehensive set of life-saving health, nutrition, food security and WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) in…

[263Chat] The Government of Japan has announced a contribution of US$ 1 million to enhance the resilience of communities in Zimbabwe through a comprehensive set of life-saving health, nutrition, food security and WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) interventions. The project will be implemented jointly by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP). It will particularly help to safeguard the resilience of the most vulnerable, especially women and children, through t

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Protests to UN Over Egypt Voting in Disputed Area

[East African] Sudan said Wednesday it has protested to the UN Security Council against Egypt, accusing Cairo of organising voting in a disputed border area during last month’s Egyptian presidential election.

[East African] Sudan said Wednesday it has protested to the UN Security Council against Egypt, accusing Cairo of organising voting in a disputed border area during last month's Egyptian presidential election.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Senate Committee to Meet With Chebukati, 2 Remaining Commissioners

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Senate Justice and Legal Affairs Committee will meet with the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati and the two remaining Commissioners on Friday to address the crisis within the poll…

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Senate Justice and Legal Affairs Committee will meet with the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati and the two remaining Commissioners on Friday to address the crisis within the polls body.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Peace, Mandiranga Back for Dynamos

[The Herald] DYNAMOS coach Lloyd Mutasa believes his camp has been boosted by the return of forward Emmanuel Mandiranga and defender Peace Makaha for the blockbuster clash against old rivals CAPS United at the National Sports Stadium this Sunday. The H…

[The Herald] DYNAMOS coach Lloyd Mutasa believes his camp has been boosted by the return of forward Emmanuel Mandiranga and defender Peace Makaha for the blockbuster clash against old rivals CAPS United at the National Sports Stadium this Sunday. The Harare Derby, which turns 41 this weekend, comes at a time when the struggling Glamour Boys have gone six games without a win in the opening fixtures of the 2018 league campaign.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Unemployed Nurses Throng Hospitals

[The Herald] Unemployed qualified nurses yesterday thronged central hospitals seeking admission into the public health sector after the Health Services Board invited applications on Wednesday. Government on Tuesday fired all striking nurses after they …

[The Herald] Unemployed qualified nurses yesterday thronged central hospitals seeking admission into the public health sector after the Health Services Board invited applications on Wednesday. Government on Tuesday fired all striking nurses after they refused to return to work despite the employer having availed $17 million towards meeting their demands.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

600,000 People Said to Be At Risk From Contaminated Drinking Water

[Deutsche Welle] The German development organization “Sign of Hope” accuses Malaysian oil giant Petronas of poisoning the drinking water of thousands of people in South Sudan. Environmental activists warn of serious consequences.

[Deutsche Welle] The German development organization "Sign of Hope" accuses Malaysian oil giant Petronas of poisoning the drinking water of thousands of people in South Sudan. Environmental activists warn of serious consequences.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Sanctions Won’t Distract Us – Mnangagwa

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT will not be distracted by the matter of illegal Western sanctions as it is focussing its energy on reviving the economy, President Mnangagwa has said. The West imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe in early 2000 after the country embark…

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT will not be distracted by the matter of illegal Western sanctions as it is focussing its energy on reviving the economy, President Mnangagwa has said. The West imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe in early 2000 after the country embarked on land reform to redistribute land to the majority blacks, the owners before colonial occupation by Britain.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Harare City Coach Harrison Remains Optimistic

[The Herald] HARARE City coach Mark Harrison is happy with his team’s progress so far in the Premier Soccer League as they brace for their weekend game against Black Rhinos. The Sunshine Boys host the army side tomorrow at Rufaro in what Harrison belie…

[The Herald] HARARE City coach Mark Harrison is happy with his team's progress so far in the Premier Soccer League as they brace for their weekend game against Black Rhinos. The Sunshine Boys host the army side tomorrow at Rufaro in what Harrison believes will be a tough encounter. Harare City will be hoping to recover from heir fort until last week when they lost to reigning champions FC Platinum.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Country On Road to Recovery – Annan

[The Herald] FORMER United Nations (UN) secretary-general and chairperson of The Elders, an African progress panel, Mr Kofi Annan, says Zimbabwe is on the road to recovery and that ongoing national renewal processes will enable the country to reach its…

[The Herald] FORMER United Nations (UN) secretary-general and chairperson of The Elders, an African progress panel, Mr Kofi Annan, says Zimbabwe is on the road to recovery and that ongoing national renewal processes will enable the country to reach its full potential. In a message congratulating Zimbabwe's 38th Independence anniversary commemorations on Wednesday, Mr Annan acknowledged the political and economic reform processes under President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration and encouraged Zimbabweans to work toge

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