Manicaland Province Readies to Host President

[The Herald] Preparations for President Mugabe’s youth rally scheduled for June 16 in Manicaland have gone a gear up, with all wings of the ruling Zanu-PF, Government and business fraternity agreeing to pool resources and work as a team to ensure succe…

[The Herald] Preparations for President Mugabe's youth rally scheduled for June 16 in Manicaland have gone a gear up, with all wings of the ruling Zanu-PF, Government and business fraternity agreeing to pool resources and work as a team to ensure success of the interactive meeting. The meetings seek to address challenges faced by youths countrywide, and after Manicaland, the President's next stop will be Masvingo.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

I Am Guilty, Money Laundering Suspect Tells Court, Yet Again

[Daily News] A prominent Businessman, Shabani Hussein (44), alias Ndama mtoto wa Ng’ombe, has for the third time pleaded guilty to the same charges of money laundering, involving up to 1.8bn/-.

[Daily News] A prominent Businessman, Shabani Hussein (44), alias Ndama mtoto wa Ng'ombe, has for the third time pleaded guilty to the same charges of money laundering, involving up to 1.8bn/-.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘Corruption Has Become Like a National Sport’

[Nyasa Times] Corruption has become like a national sport where politicians gamble with taxpayers’ money and natural resources to enrich themselves, one of Africa’s most authoritative and analytical corruption specialist journalist has said.

[Nyasa Times] Corruption has become like a national sport where politicians gamble with taxpayers' money and natural resources to enrich themselves, one of Africa's most authoritative and analytical corruption specialist journalist has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Loss of Stars Haunts Usiu

[Nation] Two-time Kenya Basketball Federation women’s Premier League champions USIU-A Flames are paying a big price after losing five key players this season, coach George Mayienga has said.

[Nation] Two-time Kenya Basketball Federation women's Premier League champions USIU-A Flames are paying a big price after losing five key players this season, coach George Mayienga has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Songwe Scans Passengers for Ebola

[Daily News] Songwe International Airport (SIA) in the new Songwe Region has started to test passengers who enter the country through the airport for Ebola under the unit of emergency diseases.

[Daily News] Songwe International Airport (SIA) in the new Songwe Region has started to test passengers who enter the country through the airport for Ebola under the unit of emergency diseases.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Teenage Siblings Arrested for Incest

[New Zimbabwe] Teenage siblings from Domboshawa who sired a child together after they were made to share a bedroom over years were Tuesday arraigned before a Harare court facing incest charges.

[New Zimbabwe] Teenage siblings from Domboshawa who sired a child together after they were made to share a bedroom over years were Tuesday arraigned before a Harare court facing incest charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mwambusi Lauds Players After Tusker Rout

[Daily News] Young Africans assistant coach Juma Mwambusi has hailed his youthful players for the spirited show in their 4-2 penalty win against Kenyan giants Tusker in the SportPesa Super Cup championship. Mwambusi, who fielded most of his players fro…

[Daily News] Young Africans assistant coach Juma Mwambusi has hailed his youthful players for the spirited show in their 4-2 penalty win against Kenyan giants Tusker in the SportPesa Super Cup championship. Mwambusi, who fielded most of his players from the second string, said the youthful side showed maturity in both defending and attacking.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

U.S.$16 Million Dividends Unclaimed Since Dollarisation – Report

[The Herald] Capital markets regulator, the Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe, has said there are an estimated $16 million worth of unclaimed dividends since dollarisation.Ideally, after dividend declarations, transfer secretaries are requ…

[The Herald] Capital markets regulator, the Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe, has said there are an estimated $16 million worth of unclaimed dividends since dollarisation.Ideally, after dividend declarations, transfer secretaries are required to disburse the dividend proceeds to shareholders in the form of cheques or transfers. However, it emerged some shareholders did not cash in their cheques over time resulting in the accumulation of the unclaimed dividends.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe