Couple in the Dock for Fraud

[The Herald] A HARARE man and his wife have appeared in court on fraud charges after they allegedly sold properties that were still under an NMB Bank mortgage bond. Dereck Zhanje (50) and Faith Zhanje (35) appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Josephine…

[The Herald] A HARARE man and his wife have appeared in court on fraud charges after they allegedly sold properties that were still under an NMB Bank mortgage bond. Dereck Zhanje (50) and Faith Zhanje (35) appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Josephine Sande and were remanded to November 16 on $500 bail. The prosecutor Ms Tatenda Murindagomo alleged that on June 17, 2015, the pair bought a plot held under Deed of Transfer 4486-2015 from Moses Tonderayi and Memory Zhenje. They subsequently divided it into three resident

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe – On Mugabe’s Directive, Crackdown On Desperate Vendors Begins

[Daily Maverick] Scores of pushcarts full of vegetables and fruit are pulled by their owners as they move around selling in the Harare Central Business District. Car boots are packed with clothes and food. On the pavements, wares are displayed. A louds…

[Daily Maverick] Scores of pushcarts full of vegetables and fruit are pulled by their owners as they move around selling in the Harare Central Business District. Car boots are packed with clothes and food. On the pavements, wares are displayed. A loudspeaker is heard from a distance, "Rat killer and cockroaches." This is an everyday scene as people try to eke out a living in this cash-strapped Zim economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tazara Vows to Increase Domestic Tourism As Numbers Skyrocket

[Daily News] Tourists have expressed their satisfaction with Tanzanian tourist attractions as Rovos Rail from South Africa increases its routes from three to five this year.

[Daily News] Tourists have expressed their satisfaction with Tanzanian tourist attractions as Rovos Rail from South Africa increases its routes from three to five this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Farmers Rue Poor Practices

[The Herald] When farmer David Nyamadzawo left Dande in 2005 he was looking for land with a bit more rain – and a lot less heat. After ten years wandering, he found that his new home at Wormwood farm, Concession, offered more than just rain – the soils…

[The Herald] When farmer David Nyamadzawo left Dande in 2005 he was looking for land with a bit more rain - and a lot less heat. After ten years wandering, he found that his new home at Wormwood farm, Concession, offered more than just rain - the soils could still hold water, rivers flowed perennially and trees still stood, thanks to the prudent farming practices of previous farm owners.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Uhuru Torch Here to Stay – President Magufuli

[Daily News] PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday hit out at critics of the Uhuru Torch race, arguing that it remains relevant to Tanzanians, considering its role in unifying the nation and stimulating socio-economic development around the country.

[Daily News] PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday hit out at critics of the Uhuru Torch race, arguing that it remains relevant to Tanzanians, considering its role in unifying the nation and stimulating socio-economic development around the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Gani Adams Replaces Mko Abiola As Yoruba’s Aare Ona Kakanfo

[Premium Times] The leader of the Oduduwa Peoples Congress, Gani Adams, is the new ‘Aare Ona Kakanfo’, which in the pre-colonial Yoruba history was a supreme military title conferred by the Alaafin of Oyo.

[Premium Times] The leader of the Oduduwa Peoples Congress, Gani Adams, is the new 'Aare Ona Kakanfo', which in the pre-colonial Yoruba history was a supreme military title conferred by the Alaafin of Oyo.

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National Prosecutions Authority Must Act Speedily to Finalise Zuma Case

[Daily Maverick] On Friday the Supreme Court of Appeal set aside the withdrawal of criminal charges against President Jacob Zuma. Hopefully the matter that has caused undue and unnecessary strain will soon be brought to finality.

[Daily Maverick] On Friday the Supreme Court of Appeal set aside the withdrawal of criminal charges against President Jacob Zuma. Hopefully the matter that has caused undue and unnecessary strain will soon be brought to finality.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

100 Nigerian Students Face Deportation in UK Over Debts

[Vanguard] No fewer than 100 Nigerian students on scholarship in the United Kingdom universities could be deported home as early as this week except their fees are settled immediately, according to The Telegraph of London.

[Vanguard] No fewer than 100 Nigerian students on scholarship in the United Kingdom universities could be deported home as early as this week except their fees are settled immediately, according to The Telegraph of London.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Soccer – Kanu Conducts Coaching Clinic

[The Herald] LOCAL football continues to enjoy flirtation with some of the world’s finest footballers and expertise that comes with it after another legend of the game, Nwankwo Kanu of Nigeria, arrived in the country at the weekend accompanying the ico…

[The Herald] LOCAL football continues to enjoy flirtation with some of the world's finest footballers and expertise that comes with it after another legend of the game, Nwankwo Kanu of Nigeria, arrived in the country at the weekend accompanying the iconic Emirates FA Cup. The lanky Arsenal and Nigerian soccer legend flew in on Saturday evening from Lusaka, Zambia, with the prestigious Cup which is making its second tour of Africa. Kanu also had a chance to conduct a coaching clinic for Churchill and Prince Edward playe

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