Contain Activities Causing Siltation, Land Degradation

[The Herald] Appeals for law enforcement agents and other relevant authorities to put their act together and contain human activities that cause land degradation and siltation of rivers overshadowed the launch of a Command Water Harvesting Programme in…

[The Herald] Appeals for law enforcement agents and other relevant authorities to put their act together and contain human activities that cause land degradation and siltation of rivers overshadowed the launch of a Command Water Harvesting Programme in Ward 5 of Buhera recently.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Africans Should Lead Industrialisation of Continent’

[Times of Zambia] Industrialisation of Africa in the next decade should be owned and led by Africans with key support from the private sector as well as regional and multilateral organizations, a leading African investor has said.

[Times of Zambia] Industrialisation of Africa in the next decade should be owned and led by Africans with key support from the private sector as well as regional and multilateral organizations, a leading African investor has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Sekeramayi Lauds Chihota Community-Driven Projects

[The Herald] Defence Minister and Senator for Marondera-Wedza constituency, Dr Sydney Sekeramayi has applauded the roll-out of community initiated projects in Chihota, Marondera West constituency saying this promotes community development.

[The Herald] Defence Minister and Senator for Marondera-Wedza constituency, Dr Sydney Sekeramayi has applauded the roll-out of community initiated projects in Chihota, Marondera West constituency saying this promotes community development.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Investment Group Granted Listing On Johannesburg Stock Exchange

[The Source] Zimbabwe investment group, Brainworks Capital on Monday said it has been granted a listing of all its issued shares on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), a move which it said will enable the company to raise capital to reduce its debt …

[The Source] Zimbabwe investment group, Brainworks Capital on Monday said it has been granted a listing of all its issued shares on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), a move which it said will enable the company to raise capital to reduce its debt and enhance its acquisitive growth.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Five Years in Prison for U.S.$125 000 Fraud

[Namibian] A former administrative clerk of a consumer goods wholesaler at Walvis Bay was sentenced to five years in prison on Friday, three weeks after she was found guilty on 18 counts of fraud involving close to N$1,7 million.

[Namibian] A former administrative clerk of a consumer goods wholesaler at Walvis Bay was sentenced to five years in prison on Friday, three weeks after she was found guilty on 18 counts of fraud involving close to N$1,7 million.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Delays to Confirm Teachers Buffling

[Times of Zambia] The concerns expressed by the Zambia National Union of Teachers (ZNUT) over the continued delays in confirming teachers by the Teaching Service Commission after they are employed are well founded.

[Times of Zambia] The concerns expressed by the Zambia National Union of Teachers (ZNUT) over the continued delays in confirming teachers by the Teaching Service Commission after they are employed are well founded.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Resounding Success for Omuthiya Youth Expo

[New Era] Omuthiya -Hundreds of people flocked to Omuthiya over the weekend to attend the Omuthiya Youth Expo that was conceived barely three months ago by a youth group advocating economic inclusion of the unemployed and stimulation of growth among yo…

[New Era] Omuthiya -Hundreds of people flocked to Omuthiya over the weekend to attend the Omuthiya Youth Expo that was conceived barely three months ago by a youth group advocating economic inclusion of the unemployed and stimulation of growth among youth entrepreneurs.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Nasa Now Goes For Davis Chirchir

[Nation] The National Super Alliance (Nasa) has given the chief public prosecutor 72 hours to prosecute President Kenyatta’s chief agent David Chirchir.

[Nation] The National Super Alliance (Nasa) has given the chief public prosecutor 72 hours to prosecute President Kenyatta's chief agent David Chirchir.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya