Dynamos Coach Mutasa Cautious

[The Herald] Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa has warned rivals that his Glamour Boys will not sit on their laurels in the championship homestretch after opening a three-point lead at the top of the table at the weekend.

[The Herald] Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa has warned rivals that his Glamour Boys will not sit on their laurels in the championship homestretch after opening a three-point lead at the top of the table at the weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Student Fined for Culpable Homicide

[The Herald] A 22-year-old University of Zimbabwe student who fatally knocked down a 13-year-old boy in Chitungwiza was fined $200 after pleading guilty to culpable homicide charges. Noble Chapwanya of St Mary’s who is reading for an accountancy degree…

[The Herald] A 22-year-old University of Zimbabwe student who fatally knocked down a 13-year-old boy in Chitungwiza was fined $200 after pleading guilty to culpable homicide charges. Noble Chapwanya of St Mary's who is reading for an accountancy degree, knocked the boy on June 19 at around 4.45pm along New Chitungwiza Road and he died upon admission at hospital.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Industry Must Justify Price Hikes

[The Herald] Government’s intended meeting with stakeholders in its efforts to probe illegal price hikes effected by retailers last week should be held with urgency. We hope after such a meeting, Government will be equipped enough to come up with appro…

[The Herald] Government's intended meeting with stakeholders in its efforts to probe illegal price hikes effected by retailers last week should be held with urgency. We hope after such a meeting, Government will be equipped enough to come up with appropriate measures to deal with the illegality. Industry and retailers should be aware that hiking prices unilaterally is not the way business should be done. It is an act bordering on profiteering, which does not augur well with economic recovery efforts.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

UN Secretary-General Urges Dialogue to Resolve Grievances

[UN News] Strongly condemning recent violence in south-west and north-west regions of Cameroon, including reported loss of life, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has urged all stakeholders to refrain from any further acts of violence and called on the authorities to investigate the incidents.

[UN News] Strongly condemning recent violence in south-west and north-west regions of Cameroon, including reported loss of life, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has urged all stakeholders to refrain from any further acts of violence and called on the authorities to investigate the incidents.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Protesters Remanded in Custody

[The Herald] Two suspected hooligans aligned to the #Tajamuka pressure group who were last Friday arrested for public violence which occurred during a failed demonstration in the CBD were yesterday further remanded in custody by a Harare magistrate. Gi…

[The Herald] Two suspected hooligans aligned to the #Tajamuka pressure group who were last Friday arrested for public violence which occurred during a failed demonstration in the CBD were yesterday further remanded in custody by a Harare magistrate. Gibson Mavhunga and Thomas Chihuri appeared in court on Saturday and were remanded in custody.

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SABC Board Impasse to Be Resolved in Two Days, Zuma Urged to Act

[News24Wire] The impasse on the appointment of the SABC board should be resolved in two days, Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo told Parliament on Tuesday morning.

[News24Wire] The impasse on the appointment of the SABC board should be resolved in two days, Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo told Parliament on Tuesday morning.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Government Mulls Diamond Cutting College

[The Herald] Government will establish a diamond cutting and polishing college in Manicaland Province by next year using money it will get from selling gems that are being evaluated, a Cabinet Minister has said. Mines and Mining Development Minister Wa…

[The Herald] Government will establish a diamond cutting and polishing college in Manicaland Province by next year using money it will get from selling gems that are being evaluated, a Cabinet Minister has said. Mines and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa assured Senators last Thursday that by January next year, "something tangible" should have been achieved.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cash Crisis Not National Social Security Authority’s Problem’

[The Herald] The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) has never failed to pay pensioners their monthly payouts and cannot be blamed for failure by retirees to access cash at banks, a senior Government official said last week. NSSA, a Government-ow…

[The Herald] The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) has never failed to pay pensioners their monthly payouts and cannot be blamed for failure by retirees to access cash at banks, a senior Government official said last week. NSSA, a Government-owned pension fund, came under fire during the National Assembly's question and answer session with parliamentarians criticising how pensioners were sleeping at bank queues, in vain, in a bid to make cash withdrawals.

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Five Armed Robbers Hit Cape Town Cellphone Store, Escape With One Phone

[News24Wire] A failed robbery at a cellphone store in the Kenilworth Shopping Centre in Cape Town on Tuesday saw five armed robbers escape with a single phone.

[News24Wire] A failed robbery at a cellphone store in the Kenilworth Shopping Centre in Cape Town on Tuesday saw five armed robbers escape with a single phone.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa