Ruling Party Women’s Contraries, Knowledge of History

[The Herald] Jane Austen, an English Georgian era author, best known for her social commentary in novels like “Sense and Sensibility”, “Pride and Prejudice” and “Emma” has a remarkably ironic quote in “Northanger Abbey” in which one of her characters s…

[The Herald] Jane Austen, an English Georgian era author, best known for her social commentary in novels like "Sense and Sensibility", "Pride and Prejudice" and "Emma" has a remarkably ironic quote in "Northanger Abbey" in which one of her characters says: "I can read poetry and plays, and things of that sort, and do not dislike travels. But history, solemn history, I cannot be interested in. Can you?"

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Taxpayers to ‘Lose Sh3bn’ in Controversial Thwake Dam Deal

[Nation] Irrigation Principal Secretary Patrick Nduati Mwangi has defied his boss Eugene Wamalwa and gone ahead to award a controversial dam construction tender to a Chinese firm that could see taxpayers lose more than Sh3 billion.

[Nation] Irrigation Principal Secretary Patrick Nduati Mwangi has defied his boss Eugene Wamalwa and gone ahead to award a controversial dam construction tender to a Chinese firm that could see taxpayers lose more than Sh3 billion.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Seed Project Changes Lives in Community

[The Herald] Mrs Jenifer Makadho (46) of Maringirishai Village under Chief Nhema in Zaka is a widow with three children of school-going age.Her first son is at the Midlands State University while the other two girls are doing Form Four and Six at a boa…

[The Herald] Mrs Jenifer Makadho (46) of Maringirishai Village under Chief Nhema in Zaka is a widow with three children of school-going age.Her first son is at the Midlands State University while the other two girls are doing Form Four and Six at a boarding school, respectively.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

SADC Must Act On National Crisis – Opposition

[New Zimbabwe] THE Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) must urgently intervene in crisis-hit Zimbabwe, failing which suffering locals may be forced to resort “to unlawful and unconstitutional means of redress”, an opposition party has warned.

[New Zimbabwe] THE Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) must urgently intervene in crisis-hit Zimbabwe, failing which suffering locals may be forced to resort "to unlawful and unconstitutional means of redress", an opposition party has warned.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe