Province Eyes 2 000 Tonnes Command Wheat

[The Herald] Mashonaland East Province is expecting to yield close to 2 000 tonnes of wheat under Government’s Command Agriculture Programme this season, Minister of State for the province Retired Brigadier-General Ambrose Mutinhiri has said. Rtd Brig-…

[The Herald] Mashonaland East Province is expecting to yield close to 2 000 tonnes of wheat under Government's Command Agriculture Programme this season, Minister of State for the province Retired Brigadier-General Ambrose Mutinhiri has said. Rtd Brig-Gen Mutinhiri said the wheat was almost ready, with some districts already harvesting.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Charcoal Lands Salesman in Trouble

[The Herald] A Manyame Park man appeared in court for allegedly stealing 133 bags of charcoal worth $1 729 which he was supposed to sell on behalf of a relative. Paddington Matobo (27) was given 309 bags by Peggy Lazo (54) to sell on her behalf, but al…

[The Herald] A Manyame Park man appeared in court for allegedly stealing 133 bags of charcoal worth $1 729 which he was supposed to sell on behalf of a relative. Paddington Matobo (27) was given 309 bags by Peggy Lazo (54) to sell on her behalf, but allegedly sold 133 bags and used the money for his personal needs.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Campaign Against Electoral Violence Launched

[Nyasa Times] National Initiative for Civic Education Public Trust (NICE) has asked politicians not to use young people to bring hostility ahead of October 17 parliamentary by-elections.

[Nyasa Times] National Initiative for Civic Education Public Trust (NICE) has asked politicians not to use young people to bring hostility ahead of October 17 parliamentary by-elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Kudos Laura and Pilato for Walking the Talk

[Zambia Reports] Deeds not words is the elementary code that those amongst us that attended Matero Boys Secondary School lived by. The framers of this mantra could have settled for anything more complicated and perhaps impressive to the next person but…

[Zambia Reports] Deeds not words is the elementary code that those amongst us that attended Matero Boys Secondary School lived by. The framers of this mantra could have settled for anything more complicated and perhaps impressive to the next person but simple as it was, it set a high code for which we are grateful years after leaving Matero Boys.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Mugabe, Zuma Pay Tribute to Tambo

[The Herald] President Mugabe and President Jacob Zuma yesterday paid tribute to the late ANC icon, Cde Oliver Tambo, saying the liberation struggle stalwart was an exemplary leader who should never be forgotten.

[The Herald] President Mugabe and President Jacob Zuma yesterday paid tribute to the late ANC icon, Cde Oliver Tambo, saying the liberation struggle stalwart was an exemplary leader who should never be forgotten.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chipolopolo’s Chilufya Out of Super Eagles Clash

[Zambia Reports] Austria based midfielder Enock Mwepu has joined the Zambia national team camp in Accra Ghana ahead of Saturday’s crucial Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup Group B match against Nigeria.

[Zambia Reports] Austria based midfielder Enock Mwepu has joined the Zambia national team camp in Accra Ghana ahead of Saturday's crucial Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup Group B match against Nigeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Reduced Tourist Inflows Affect Nyanga Trout Hatchery Business

[The Herald] Reduced tourist inflows to Nyanga National Park and the pricing levels have affected the trout fish business at its hatchery. Trout is a fresh water species that thrives in cool climates, and at a minimum price of $9 a kilogramme, the fish…

[The Herald] Reduced tourist inflows to Nyanga National Park and the pricing levels have affected the trout fish business at its hatchery. Trout is a fresh water species that thrives in cool climates, and at a minimum price of $9 a kilogramme, the fish have potential to yield handsome returns. Trout fishing is also one of the major attractions in the vast Nyanga National Park, but this has not been so due to limited foreign tourist inflows in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ruling Party Threatens Private Media

[The Herald] Zanu-PF has warned the private media to desist from attacking the party and its leadership, saying those misinforming the public by writing falsehoods will be punished. ZANU-PF secretary for Information and Publicity Cde Simon Khaya-Moyo s…

[The Herald] Zanu-PF has warned the private media to desist from attacking the party and its leadership, saying those misinforming the public by writing falsehoods will be punished. ZANU-PF secretary for Information and Publicity Cde Simon Khaya-Moyo said such conduct would not be tolerated.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe