Rohr Warns Girls Not to Visit Super Eagles’ Camp in Russia

[Guardian] Super Eagles Coach, Gernot Rohr, has said that only wives and children of the players would be allowed into the team’s camp during the World Cup in Russia. He gave the order yesterday while addressing a press conference in Uyo, where he than…

[Guardian] Super Eagles Coach, Gernot Rohr, has said that only wives and children of the players would be allowed into the team's camp during the World Cup in Russia. He gave the order yesterday while addressing a press conference in Uyo, where he thanked Akwa Ibom state Government and fans for their support and hospitality during World cup qualifiers.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Man Whacks Brother to Death for Insulting Their Father

[New Zimbabwe] A man from Lupane has appeared in court for murder after he allegedly used a log to kill his ‘troublesome’ younger brother who was in the habit of insulting their father.

[New Zimbabwe] A man from Lupane has appeared in court for murder after he allegedly used a log to kill his 'troublesome' younger brother who was in the habit of insulting their father.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Opposition Urges Members to Do Physical Voter Registration Inspection

[New Zimbabwe] The MDC led by Welshman Ncube has urged its followers to visit voter registration inspection centres countrywide to physically verify if their details were correctly captured in the biometric voter’s roll as opposed to relying on informa…

[New Zimbabwe] The MDC led by Welshman Ncube has urged its followers to visit voter registration inspection centres countrywide to physically verify if their details were correctly captured in the biometric voter's roll as opposed to relying on information posted electronically through various online platforms.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Karuru Upbeat

[The Herald] A year after he led the Warriors to a fifth COSAFA Cup, midfielder Ovidy Karuru is relishing the opportunity of helping Zimbabwe retain the regional championship which bursts into life in Polokwane, South Africa, tomorrow. The AmaZulu midf…

[The Herald] A year after he led the Warriors to a fifth COSAFA Cup, midfielder Ovidy Karuru is relishing the opportunity of helping Zimbabwe retain the regional championship which bursts into life in Polokwane, South Africa, tomorrow. The AmaZulu midfielder has been retained in a largely new-look COSAFA squad that coach Sunday Chidzambwa has assembled for this year's competition and which will enter the tournament at the quarter-final stage on June 3.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mnangangwa Too Burdened By Guilt to Solve 1980s Atrocities – Camisa

[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T leader, Nelson Chamisa, says Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government feels no moral obligation to address the Gukurahundi atrocities because most of the senior officials including the president himself were accomplices in the gory post-ind…

[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T leader, Nelson Chamisa, says Emmerson Mnangagwa's government feels no moral obligation to address the Gukurahundi atrocities because most of the senior officials including the president himself were accomplices in the gory post-independence violence.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Africa Must Purge Corruption – SB Moyo

[The Herald] Africa can only build a robust and sustainable economy that can change the lives of its people if member-states put great effort to purge the scourge of corruption, a Cabinet minister has said. The African Union (AU) has marked 2018 as the…

[The Herald] Africa can only build a robust and sustainable economy that can change the lives of its people if member-states put great effort to purge the scourge of corruption, a Cabinet minister has said. The African Union (AU) has marked 2018 as the African anti-corruption year, on the theme "Winning the Fight against Corruption: A Sustainable Path to Africa's Transformation."

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Central Bank Moves to End Fuel Crisis

[The Herald] Intermittent fuel shortages experienced in some parts of the country in the past week are expected to disappear after the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) increased foreign currency allocations for fuel to about $85 million per month, starti…

[The Herald] Intermittent fuel shortages experienced in some parts of the country in the past week are expected to disappear after the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) increased foreign currency allocations for fuel to about $85 million per month, starting mid this month.

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Mugabe Laptops Thief Terrorises Witnesses, Court Told

[New Zimbabwe] A presidential soldier who allegedly stole 119 laptops from former President Robert Mugabe escaped being sent back to remand prison after court trashed state’s application for him to be incarcerated.

[New Zimbabwe] A presidential soldier who allegedly stole 119 laptops from former President Robert Mugabe escaped being sent back to remand prison after court trashed state's application for him to be incarcerated.

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Coltart Law Firm in Costly Slip-Up

[The Herald] A law firm in which controversial MDC politician Mr David Coltart is a senior partner has been ordered to pay a client more than $12 000 after bungling a case. A former High Court judge, Justice Francis Bere, blasted Webb, Low and Barry Le…

[The Herald] A law firm in which controversial MDC politician Mr David Coltart is a senior partner has been ordered to pay a client more than $12 000 after bungling a case. A former High Court judge, Justice Francis Bere, blasted Webb, Low and Barry Legal Practitioners for "lacking" professionalism.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe