Baba Harare a Man On a Mission

[263Chat] The past few years Zimbabwe has a witnessed an unprecedented growth in the number of vendors masquerading as entrepreneurs and bellowers pretending to be musicians. It is all because of our moribund economy. For many hope for change is pinned…

[263Chat] The past few years Zimbabwe has a witnessed an unprecedented growth in the number of vendors masquerading as entrepreneurs and bellowers pretending to be musicians. It is all because of our moribund economy. For many hope for change is pinned on the events of November 2017 and the pending 30 July elections. But for some like Baba Harare, hope is in their abilities. The man is not a pretender and has not sat on his laurels.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Markerters’ Group, Industry Ministry Train SMEs

[Zimbabwe Standard] The Marketers’ Association of Zimbabwe (MAZ), in conjunction with Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development, trained over 350 small to medium enterprises on the role of marketing at the University of Zimbabwe recently.

[Zimbabwe Standard] The Marketers' Association of Zimbabwe (MAZ), in conjunction with Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development, trained over 350 small to medium enterprises on the role of marketing at the University of Zimbabwe recently.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ethiopia-Eritrea Peace – Some Unanswered Questions

[African Arguments] It is astonishing how fast positive change can develop if there are people dedicated to bringing it about. Abiy Ahmed was sworn in as Ethiopia’s prime minister only three months ago, but he has already announced a whole host of econ…

[African Arguments] It is astonishing how fast positive change can develop if there are people dedicated to bringing it about. Abiy Ahmed was sworn in as Ethiopia's prime minister only three months ago, but he has already announced a whole host of economic and political reforms, freed hundreds of political prisoners, and initiated a peace process with the Ogaden National Liberation Front. And now he has taken the first concrete steps to ending one of Africa's most protracted conflicts: the Eritrean-Ethiopian border war.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

News Satire Show Reaches 2 Million Viewers

[Balancing Act] London -Many countries in Africa love news satire programmes because they allow difficult issues to be talked about with a smile and puncture the pomposity of the political elites. Kenya had the XYZ Show and South Africa its Puppet Nati…

[Balancing Act] London -Many countries in Africa love news satire programmes because they allow difficult issues to be talked about with a smile and puncture the pomposity of the political elites. Kenya had the XYZ Show and South Africa its Puppet Nation and news satire attracts good audiences. At the Global Media Forum Russell Southwood spoke to

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Zvirekwi Return Inspires CAPS United

[Zimbabwe Standard] The car accident which happened as he was coming from a friend’s birthday party in the early hours of March 11 could have claimed CAPS United captain Hardlife Zvirekwi’s life. The angels’ light, however, shined on him and he survive…

[Zimbabwe Standard] The car accident which happened as he was coming from a friend's birthday party in the early hours of March 11 could have claimed CAPS United captain Hardlife Zvirekwi's life. The angels' light, however, shined on him and he survived, losing only his left hand.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

I Wanted the Crown – Miss Tourism Bulawayo

[Zimbabwe Standard] When Anelisiwe Ndebele entered the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe Bulawayo finals, she had the crown in her mind and on the night of July 7, the gods smiled on her as she cat-walked on the ramp.

[Zimbabwe Standard] When Anelisiwe Ndebele entered the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe Bulawayo finals, she had the crown in her mind and on the night of July 7, the gods smiled on her as she cat-walked on the ramp.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Two New Bat Species Discovered in Kenya

[East African] Scientists have discovered two new yellow-bellied bat species in Kenya, a finding that could pave the way for the discovery of more species of the flying mammal across Africa.

[East African] Scientists have discovered two new yellow-bellied bat species in Kenya, a finding that could pave the way for the discovery of more species of the flying mammal across Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya