Local Players in International Tennis Federation Semis

[The Herald] It’s looking good for Zimbabwe’s players in the International Tennis Federation Old Mutual Series currently underway at Harare Sports Club with Takanyi Garanganga, Benjamin Lock and Mehluli Sibanda making their way to the semi-finals.

[The Herald] It's looking good for Zimbabwe's players in the International Tennis Federation Old Mutual Series currently underway at Harare Sports Club with Takanyi Garanganga, Benjamin Lock and Mehluli Sibanda making their way to the semi-finals.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Uganda to Compete in Debmarine Netball Pent Series

[Namibian] The second edition of Netball Namibia (NN)’s senior International Netball Tournament, known as the Debmarine Namibia Pent Series, will see Uganda making their first appearance when it kicks off early June.

[Namibian] The second edition of Netball Namibia (NN)'s senior International Netball Tournament, known as the Debmarine Namibia Pent Series, will see Uganda making their first appearance when it kicks off early June.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Revenue Authority Officer in the Dock

[The Herald] A Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) officer appeared in court yesterday facing abuse of office charges after he generated a fake vehicle permit. Kennedi Ganyiwa (57) appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Edwin Marecha charged with criminal…

[The Herald] A Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) officer appeared in court yesterday facing abuse of office charges after he generated a fake vehicle permit. Kennedi Ganyiwa (57) appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Edwin Marecha charged with criminal abuse of duty as a public officer by contravening section 174(1) of the Customs and Excise Act.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

How Reporting On Sexual Harassment Can Become an Ethical Quagmire

[Daily Maverick] While the West has been gripped and horrified by #MeToo revelations since the movement went viral in October 2017, it seemed to take a while for South Africa to catch up. With the exception of singer Jennifer Ferguson’s rape charge aga…

[Daily Maverick] While the West has been gripped and horrified by #MeToo revelations since the movement went viral in October 2017, it seemed to take a while for South Africa to catch up. With the exception of singer Jennifer Ferguson's rape charge against football administrator Danny Jordaan, there was a period when the campaign's direct influence locally seemed to be restricted to anecdotal experiences shared on social media. Now that's changing - and with it comes a whole raft of challenges for journalists and the publi

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Demonetise Bond Notes – Analyst

[Zimbabwe Independent] Government has been advised to either demonetise bond notes or allow the fiat currency to float as a means of addressing financial market distortions in the country, a study paper by the Zimbabwe Economic Policy Analysis and Rese…

[Zimbabwe Independent] Government has been advised to either demonetise bond notes or allow the fiat currency to float as a means of addressing financial market distortions in the country, a study paper by the Zimbabwe Economic Policy Analysis and Research Unit (Zeparu) has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bingeing On the Carol Burnett Show(s)

[Daily Maverick] Now that television is no longer necessarily linear, how contemporaneous a show is has become less important. Instead of watching the show that’s on now followed by the one that comes next, we can YouTubeSurf to anywhere – and even any…

[Daily Maverick] Now that television is no longer necessarily linear, how contemporaneous a show is has become less important. Instead of watching the show that's on now followed by the one that comes next, we can YouTubeSurf to anywhere - and even any time - we want. So let's go all the way back to the Seventies and eavesdrop on what they'all were watching back then, when, for half of the decade, South Africa didn't even have TV yet. It's The Carol Burnett Show.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Bunge Queries 3% Minerals Devt Funds Allocation

[Citizen] Dodoma -The development expenditure for the Ministry of Minerals was only 3.83 per cent of the estimates in the current financial year, raising concern over the fate of some projects planned for implementation.

[Citizen] Dodoma -The development expenditure for the Ministry of Minerals was only 3.83 per cent of the estimates in the current financial year, raising concern over the fate of some projects planned for implementation.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania