Electoral Body Sued Over Alleged Voter Education Monopoly

[The Herald] The High Court is today expected to deliver judgment in the case in which Veritas Zimbabwe, a parliamentary watchdog, is suing the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) over alleged voter education monopoly.

[The Herald] The High Court is today expected to deliver judgment in the case in which Veritas Zimbabwe, a parliamentary watchdog, is suing the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) over alleged voter education monopoly.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

First Lady Hosts Family Fun Day

[The Herald] First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa will this Saturday host a family fun day in Mabvuku where she will be interacting with women through sport and competitions among various activities that are lined up for the day. A first for the city, the even…

[The Herald] First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa will this Saturday host a family fun day in Mabvuku where she will be interacting with women through sport and competitions among various activities that are lined up for the day. A first for the city, the event will be held at Mabvuku N0.1 Grounds and will bring together women drawn from Mabvuku, Tafara and Caledonia. It is expected to spread to other provinces and districts countrywide.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ruling Party Warns Rogue Members

[The Herald] Zanu-PF has warned rogue party members that registered to contest the forthcoming elections as independents and are abusing President Mnangagwa’s picture and name in their campaign material. The ruling party’s secretary for Administration,…

[The Herald] Zanu-PF has warned rogue party members that registered to contest the forthcoming elections as independents and are abusing President Mnangagwa's picture and name in their campaign material. The ruling party's secretary for Administration, Cde Obert Mpofu, yesterday said at a press conference that such elements should stop their actions or risk facing the full wrath of the law.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Opposition Leader Ncube Fires Deputy Spokesperson

[The Herald] The Professor Welshman Ncube led MDC yesterday fired its deputy spokesperson Mr Mbuso Siso for allegedly putting the party’s name in disrepute. But Mr Siso denied the allegations, telling our Bulawayo Bureau that he was fired for challengi…

[The Herald] The Professor Welshman Ncube led MDC yesterday fired its deputy spokesperson Mr Mbuso Siso for allegedly putting the party's name in disrepute. But Mr Siso denied the allegations, telling our Bulawayo Bureau that he was fired for challenging Prof Ncube for imposing his nephew Nkanyiso Brezhnev Mathonsi as a candidate for Bulawayo Ward 2, which he is also contesting.

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Govt Welcomes 5 New Ambassadors

[The Herald] Five new ambassadors presented their credentials to President Mnangagwa at State House in Harare yesterday and expressed interest to improve relations with Harare in several key areas. The diplomats were from New Zealand, Myanmar, Mauritiu…

[The Herald] Five new ambassadors presented their credentials to President Mnangagwa at State House in Harare yesterday and expressed interest to improve relations with Harare in several key areas. The diplomats were from New Zealand, Myanmar, Mauritius, Tunisia and Vietnam.

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Farmers to Get Inputs Early, Says Deputy Minister Marapira

[The Herald] Government says the Presidential Inputs Support Scheme will be rolled out early this year to give farmers ample time to prepare for the 2018-19 agricultural season.

[The Herald] Government says the Presidential Inputs Support Scheme will be rolled out early this year to give farmers ample time to prepare for the 2018-19 agricultural season.

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Foreign Observers Scramble for Polls

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) is processing an average 12 applications per week from organisations wishing to observe the country’s harmonised elections slated for July 30, officials have said.

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) is processing an average 12 applications per week from organisations wishing to observe the country's harmonised elections slated for July 30, officials have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Corruption Fuels Cash-in-Transit Heists

[Daily Maverick] Cash-in-transit robbery is one of the fastest growing forms of aggravated robbery in South Africa. It poses a significant threat to public safety and South Africa’s economy.

[Daily Maverick] Cash-in-transit robbery is one of the fastest growing forms of aggravated robbery in South Africa. It poses a significant threat to public safety and South Africa's economy.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa