Mafikizolo Jets In

[The Herald] South African duo Mafikizolo is expected in the country today ahead of their concert set for Harare International Conference Centre tomorrow.

[The Herald] South African duo Mafikizolo is expected in the country today ahead of their concert set for Harare International Conference Centre tomorrow.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt, Namibia Sign Three MOUs

[The Herald] Zimbabwe and Namibia yesterday signed three Memoranda of Understanding in the areas of women, gender and community development, health and sport and recreation. President Mugabe hosted a State banquet in honour of Dr Geingob at State House…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe and Namibia yesterday signed three Memoranda of Understanding in the areas of women, gender and community development, health and sport and recreation. President Mugabe hosted a State banquet in honour of Dr Geingob at State House last night. The banquet was still on by the time of going to press late last night. The MoUs were signed in the presence of President Mugabe, First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe and visiting Namibian President Hage Geingob and his wife Monica Geingos who arrived in Harare in th

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cold Storage Company Resuscitation Bid Raises Enthusiasm

[The Herald] The move by the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) to inject money to resuscitate the Cold Storage Company (CSC) has generated enthusiasm as many people anticipate the good times will roll again in areas where the company used to op…

[The Herald] The move by the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) to inject money to resuscitate the Cold Storage Company (CSC) has generated enthusiasm as many people anticipate the good times will roll again in areas where the company used to operate.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kamuzu Stadium Condemned

[Nyasa Times] Blantyre based Super League teams have to forget using Kamuzu Stadium as their home ground following The Football Association of Malawi announcement on Wednesday that it is not in good condition to host matches.

[Nyasa Times] Blantyre based Super League teams have to forget using Kamuzu Stadium as their home ground following The Football Association of Malawi announcement on Wednesday that it is not in good condition to host matches.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

MPs Criticise Plan to Use Shs125 Billion From Petroleum Fund

[Monitor] Kampala -Parliament’s Budget Committee has responded angrily to plans by the Ministry of Finance to enlist Shs125 billion from the Petroleum Fund when the ministry did not include the same in the Budget Framework Paper.

[Monitor] Kampala -Parliament's Budget Committee has responded angrily to plans by the Ministry of Finance to enlist Shs125 billion from the Petroleum Fund when the ministry did not include the same in the Budget Framework Paper.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

The Big Boys’ Club

[The Herald] Robson Sharuko -WHEN CAPS United were drawn to face a North African brigade in the 2017 CAF Champions League Group B yesterday, including two clubs which have been runners-up in the past two tournaments, it laid the stage for a battle betw…

[The Herald] Robson Sharuko -WHEN CAPS United were drawn to face a North African brigade in the 2017 CAF Champions League Group B yesterday, including two clubs which have been runners-up in the past two tournaments, it laid the stage for a battle between two businessmen desperate to turn their clubs into continental heavyweights. The Green Machine will take on five-time African champions Zamalek of Egypt, USM Alger of Algeria and homeless Al Ahli Tripoli of Libya who have been forced to play their home matches in Tunisia because of u

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Suspected Leader of Machete Gangs Terrorising the Country Unmasked

[Monitor] Kampala -A man accused by police of allegedly leading a criminal gang that has been terrorising parts of the country one time passed himself off as an army officer, some of his associates said yesterday.

[Monitor] Kampala -A man accused by police of allegedly leading a criminal gang that has been terrorising parts of the country one time passed himself off as an army officer, some of his associates said yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda