UK Issues Terrorist Alert On Liberia

[Observer] The British Government’s issuance of a “terrorist attack” alert on Liberia has sent the Liberian media into virtual overdrive, driven by an anxious public in search of answers to ease their growing concerns and apprehension about the consequ…

[Observer] The British Government's issuance of a "terrorist attack" alert on Liberia has sent the Liberian media into virtual overdrive, driven by an anxious public in search of answers to ease their growing concerns and apprehension about the consequences of such an attack.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Petroleum Products Prices Up

[Observer] The Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Commerce & Industry and the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (“LPRC”) has announced with immediate effect a twenty United States cents increase in both prices of gasoline and diesel (fuel) on the Liberian market.

[Observer] The Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Commerce & Industry and the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company ("LPRC") has announced with immediate effect a twenty United States cents increase in both prices of gasoline and diesel (fuel) on the Liberian market.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Mining Firm Rescues Ex-Marange Employees

[The Herald] Former employees of displaced diamond producer Marange Resources (Marange), are set to receive their salary arrears and outstanding pension contributions in full by September 2020, the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) has said.

[The Herald] Former employees of displaced diamond producer Marange Resources (Marange), are set to receive their salary arrears and outstanding pension contributions in full by September 2020, the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

MP Chinotimba Fails to Settle Electricity Bill

[The Herald] BUHERA South legislator Cde Joseph Chinotimba has been taken to the High Court over his failure to pay an electricity bill amounting to $43 716. Cde Chinotimba, who is also Zimbabwe’s “Happiness Ambassador”, failed to pay for electricity t…

[The Herald] BUHERA South legislator Cde Joseph Chinotimba has been taken to the High Court over his failure to pay an electricity bill amounting to $43 716. Cde Chinotimba, who is also Zimbabwe's "Happiness Ambassador", failed to pay for electricity that was supplied to his farm in Concession.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Re-Aligns Content Budget

[The Herald] Government has re-aligned budget allocations to communities countrywide to enhance the production of more content for the ongoing digital migration programme, Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Secretary Mr George Charamba has said.

[The Herald] Government has re-aligned budget allocations to communities countrywide to enhance the production of more content for the ongoing digital migration programme, Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Secretary Mr George Charamba has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Prophet Makandiwa Foresaw Dhlakama’s Death – Report

[The Herald] United Family International Church leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa foresaw the death of Mozambique opposition leader Afonso Dhlakama, who died early this month. Christ TV — UFIC’s official free-to-air television channel – reported that …

[The Herald] United Family International Church leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa foresaw the death of Mozambique opposition leader Afonso Dhlakama, who died early this month. Christ TV -- UFIC's official free-to-air television channel - reported that Prophet Makandiwa told his multitudes of followers on March 6, 2016 during a church service that he saw in a vision an opposition party leader dying.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rogue Soldier Up for Robbery

[The Herald] A soldier who is suspected to be part of a gang of rogue troops that are robbing and assaulting people in the central business district (CBD) while in army uniform, appeared in court last week. Walter Musarurwa (26), stationed at 1 Preside…

[The Herald] A soldier who is suspected to be part of a gang of rogue troops that are robbing and assaulting people in the central business district (CBD) while in army uniform, appeared in court last week. Walter Musarurwa (26), stationed at 1 Presidential Guard, is facing five counts of robbery.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Senior Zipra Cadre Muleya Dies

[The Herald] A high-ranking Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (ZIPRA) cadre, Cde Masilo Muleya, who is also credited for training many senior war veterans among them the Defence Forces Commander General Philip Valerio Sibanda, has died. Cde Muleya d…

[The Herald] A high-ranking Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army (ZIPRA) cadre, Cde Masilo Muleya, who is also credited for training many senior war veterans among them the Defence Forces Commander General Philip Valerio Sibanda, has died. Cde Muleya died on Saturday afternoon when his motor- cycle was hit by a bus which attempted to overtake him, 40km along the Beitbridge-Bulawayo road.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mnangagwa Fleshes Out His 2030 Vision

[The Herald] Economic development is at the centre of Zimbabwe’s new political dispensation as evidenced by multibillion-dollar investment commitments secured in the past five months which lay the ground for the creation of a middle income economy by 2…

[The Herald] Economic development is at the centre of Zimbabwe's new political dispensation as evidenced by multibillion-dollar investment commitments secured in the past five months which lay the ground for the creation of a middle income economy by 2030.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Parly to Sit Until Election Eve – Ziyambi

[The Herald] Parliamentary work will continue until the eve of the general election, a Cabinet minister has told Senate. Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi said in terms of Section 143 of the Constitution, Parliament woul…

[The Herald] Parliamentary work will continue until the eve of the general election, a Cabinet minister has told Senate. Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi said in terms of Section 143 of the Constitution, Parliament would only be dissolved a day before an election.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe