Kenya Sevens Trip to Safland Uncertain

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Kenya Sevens pre-season has been dealt with a major blow after reports indicate the team might fail to compete at Safland Sevens tournament in Namibia on November 11-12.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Kenya Sevens pre-season has been dealt with a major blow after reports indicate the team might fail to compete at Safland Sevens tournament in Namibia on November 11-12.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Village Health Workers Save Lives

[The Herald] Sanele Siziba (32) is a widow who fends for her family through selling vegetables and fruits from her garden in Shamva, about 90km north of the capital, Harare. Her vending business has enabled her to provide basic needs such as food, clot…

[The Herald] Sanele Siziba (32) is a widow who fends for her family through selling vegetables and fruits from her garden in Shamva, about 90km north of the capital, Harare. Her vending business has enabled her to provide basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter for her family, following her husband's death. To her, quantity and not quality is what matters about the intake of food.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ngove Damn Reaches Its Lowest Water Level

[ANGOP] Huambo -The Ngove damn,unveiled in August 2012 in Caála municipality 186 km south Huambo city, capital of central Huambo province, reached its lowest level of water this year since it was inaugurated.

[ANGOP] Huambo -The Ngove damn,unveiled in August 2012 in Caála municipality 186 km south Huambo city, capital of central Huambo province, reached its lowest level of water this year since it was inaugurated.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Harare Signs Deals for Construction Projects

[The Herald] Harare City Council has signed deals with leading financial institutions that will lead to the rolling out of major construction works covering housing, road, terminuses and industrial buildings under its ambitious urban renewal programme….

[The Herald] Harare City Council has signed deals with leading financial institutions that will lead to the rolling out of major construction works covering housing, road, terminuses and industrial buildings under its ambitious urban renewal programme. The plan also involves construction of vending markets as council battles to contain illegal selling activities in the city. Already council has signed deals with, CBZ Holdings for the construction of a model multiple - floor market that will house traders of various goo

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Flag Jacket MP Loses Case

[The Herald] MDC-T legislator Trevor Saruwaka’s bid to enforce his right to freedom of conscience and religion by wearing a jacket bearing colours of the national flag has been shattered after the High Court in Harare threw out his application. Mr Saru…

[The Herald] MDC-T legislator Trevor Saruwaka's bid to enforce his right to freedom of conscience and religion by wearing a jacket bearing colours of the national flag has been shattered after the High Court in Harare threw out his application. Mr Saruwaka, a Member of Parliament for Mutasa Central, caused a scene when he entered the National Assembly wearing the jacket last year. In a judgment delivered last week, Justice Lavender Makoni found no merit in Mr Saruwaka's application and dismissed it with costs.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Disrupting Illicit Financial Flows in Congo

[Atlantic Council] On Thursday, October 19, the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center, in collaboration with The Sentry at the Enough Project, hosted a discussion on illicit financial flows in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), occasioned by the re…

[Atlantic Council] On Thursday, October 19, the Atlantic Council's Africa Center, in collaboration with The Sentry at the Enough Project, hosted a discussion on illicit financial flows in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), occasioned by the release of the group's new report.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Veteran Nationalist Muvuti Declared National Hero

[The Herald] Veteran nationalist and former Zimbabwe Newspapers Group board member Cde Don Kwaedza Muvuti, who died on Wednesday last week at a Harare hospital, has been declared a national hero. Cde Muvuti (84), who was also a Zanu-PF National Consult…

[The Herald] Veteran nationalist and former Zimbabwe Newspapers Group board member Cde Don Kwaedza Muvuti, who died on Wednesday last week at a Harare hospital, has been declared a national hero. Cde Muvuti (84), who was also a Zanu-PF National Consultative Assembly member, was unanimously declared a national hero during an Extraordinary Politburo meeting held at State House yesterday.The Politburo's decision was announced at Cde Muvuti's home in St Martins by Zanu-PF Secretary for Administration Cde Ignatius Chombo, w

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Swapo MP Calls for End to Open Defecation

[New Era] Windhoek -Swapo Member of Parliament, who is also international relations deputy minister, Maureen Hinda has called for an end to open defecation, saying it is essential to human development.

[New Era] Windhoek -Swapo Member of Parliament, who is also international relations deputy minister, Maureen Hinda has called for an end to open defecation, saying it is essential to human development.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Is Harare Now a Huge Sewerage Pond?

[The Herald] The outbreak of typhoid in Harare last week torched a heated debate on social media with some observers blaming the city fathers for the scourge whilst others wanted to pin it on Government. As the typhoid debate ensued, new twists emerged…

[The Herald] The outbreak of typhoid in Harare last week torched a heated debate on social media with some observers blaming the city fathers for the scourge whilst others wanted to pin it on Government. As the typhoid debate ensued, new twists emerged on the matter when the City of Harare Director of Health Services, Dr Prosper Chonzi, told a local paper that the municipality was seeking permission from Government to inoculate all residents against the medieval disease.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe