Evictees Report Grace Mugabe to Botswana, South African Embassies

[New Zimbabwe] “We cannot fight the First Family with all the resources at their disposal. They are using armed police and there is nothing much we can do but just to approach the courts and the regional bodies to which the country is a member,” said D…

[New Zimbabwe] "We cannot fight the First Family with all the resources at their disposal. They are using armed police and there is nothing much we can do but just to approach the courts and the regional bodies to which the country is a member," said Dube.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Sharps Shooting Stars Inch Closer

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Sharps Shooting Stars moved a step closer to automatic promotion to the Premier League after beating ten-men Uniao Flamingo Santos 1-0 in a feisty top of the table Debswana First Division South encounter .

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Sharps Shooting Stars moved a step closer to automatic promotion to the Premier League after beating ten-men Uniao Flamingo Santos 1-0 in a feisty top of the table Debswana First Division South encounter .

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

New Cement Plant Begins Production

[The Herald] CHINESE company, Livetouch Investments, has commenced cement production at its 400 000 tonne a year capacity plant in Redcliff, near Kwekwe.Construction of the $30 million cement plant, the fourth such facility in Zimbabwe, which is part o…

[The Herald] CHINESE company, Livetouch Investments, has commenced cement production at its 400 000 tonne a year capacity plant in Redcliff, near Kwekwe.Construction of the $30 million cement plant, the fourth such facility in Zimbabwe, which is part of Phase one of the firm's project, started in June last year. Managing director and co-shareholder Dongning Wang told The Herald Business that the plant had started operations, at 70 percent of capacity, on a trial basis.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

No Voting with Conscience in Zuma No Confidence Motion – ANC Premier

[News24Wire] Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza says there would be no such thing as voting with their conscience for ANC MPs should a request for a motion of ‘no confidence’ against President Jacob Zuma be granted.

[News24Wire] Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza says there would be no such thing as voting with their conscience for ANC MPs should a request for a motion of 'no confidence' against President Jacob Zuma be granted.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Judge Sues Human Rights Commission Over Salary Arrears

[The Herald] High Court judge Justice Jester Helena Charewa has taken her former employer, the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC), to court, claiming outstanding salary and allowances to the tune of $34 196.

[The Herald] High Court judge Justice Jester Helena Charewa has taken her former employer, the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC), to court, claiming outstanding salary and allowances to the tune of $34 196.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Beef Producers Say Govt Suffocating Beef Industry, Favors Tobacco Farmers

[New Zimbabwe] GOVERNMENT continues to suffocate the beef industry in favor other agro-based industries despite the sector having potential to earn the country the much need foreign currency, beef producers have lamented.

[New Zimbabwe] GOVERNMENT continues to suffocate the beef industry in favor other agro-based industries despite the sector having potential to earn the country the much need foreign currency, beef producers have lamented.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Local Airlines Lose N39.2 Billion Yearly to Expatriates

[Guardian] Local airlines are weighed down by a yearly wage bill of N39.2 billion for expatriate pilots and engineers.Some of these domestic carriers which are already in distress parade no fewer than 682 foreign pilots with cumulative wage bill in exc…

[Guardian] Local airlines are weighed down by a yearly wage bill of N39.2 billion for expatriate pilots and engineers.Some of these domestic carriers which are already in distress parade no fewer than 682 foreign pilots with cumulative wage bill in excess of N3.27billion a month. Foreign maintenance engineers are also in the excess of 300 across the board.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria