July 31

  • Zimbabwe: First Lady Will Unify the Women's League [opinion]

    The Herald

    The proposal by Zanu-PF women to rope in the First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe into the political scene as the boss of the Women's League is commendable. The move is not in any way... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: President Hosts Election Party

    The Herald

    President Mugabe will today host a function at State House to mark the first anniversary of zanu-pf's resounding victory in the July 31, 2013 harmonised elections which condemned... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Shona Teachers Harassed in Matabeleland

    The Herald

    The row over deployment of non-Ndebele speaking teachers in Matabeleland schools spilled into the courts yesterday, with seven suspects appearing before a magistrate for storming a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimplats to Spend U.S. $690 Million On Refinery

    The Herald

    Zimplats plans to have its base metal refinery, situated at its Selous Metallurgical Complex, operational within the next two years, chief executive Mr Alex Mhembere said... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Harare Amateur Golf Tourney on Tomorrow

    The Herald

    THE race for World Amateur Golf Championship tickets continues when the Harare Amateur Championships tees off at Country Club tomorrow. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Kadungure Bail Conditions Eased

    The Herald

    Harare businessman Genius Kadungure, who is accused of swindling two businessmen of more than R1,5 million, had his bail conditions temporarily eased by a Harare magistrate... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chigorimbo Stars in a New Film

    The Herald

    Veteran actor and filmmaker Stephen Chigorimbo features in a new short film titled "Odium" that premiered recently in the capital during the "In Short" project that promotes... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Starafrica Completes Plant Upgrade

    The Herald

    Starafrica Corporation has completed upgrading its sugar refining plant in Harare with commissioning set for the second week of August, the company's chairman Mr Joe Mtizwa has... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Star FM Tours Heroes' Acre

    The Herald

    Star FM employees yesterday toured the National Heroes' Acre as the nation build up to Heroes' Day celebrations. The move, according programmes manager Comfort Mbofana, was meant... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Festivals - What Do 'Local' Artistes Benefit? [analysis]

    The Herald

    The annual Harare International Festival of the Arts has often come under fire for promoting foreign artistes more at the expense of local acts. It has often been argued that... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Demonising Zimra at Our Own Peril [opinion]

    The Herald

    As a struggling worker who has a chunk of his measly earnings monthly taken up by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra), it is tempting to support any criticism directed at the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Wholesaler, Contract Worker Lock Horns

    The Herald

    Twenty-Three contract workers are embroiled in a labour dispute with their employer, Metro Peech and Brown Wholesalers, over the company's refusal to engage them on a permanent... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dinyero Confident of City Survival

    The Herald

    HARARE City interim coach Masimba Dinyero believes they have a good chance to survive relegation given the quality of players in his team going into the second half of the season.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Soul Jah Love Continues to Rise

    The Herald

    Fresh from his successful tour of South Africa, Zim-dancehall star Soul Jah Love, is slowly weaving his way up the ladder with each show, setting himself apart from his... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Willowvale Cars for Parastatal Bosses

    The Herald

    Parastatal bosses and other State institutions will now be required to drive Mazda vehicle models following a directive to buy service cars from local assemblers such as Willowvale... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Deflated Caps Switch Focus

    The Herald

    AFTER the deflation of the Derby defeat, CAPS United have to find a way to rise and face their next assignment against Chicken Inn in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at the National... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Lock Sweeps Into Quarter-Finals

    The Herald

    TOP seed in the ongoing International Tennis Federation 18-and-Under South Central Circuit, Courtney Lock, sailed through to today's quarter-finals when he dismissed Ahmed Amine... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: WMMI Cars Compatible With E20, Manual Reveals

    The Herald

    Willowvale Mazda Motor Industries vehicles are compatible with E20 fuel blend, contrary to claims by management at the vehicle manufacturer that they cannot take more than E10, The... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Learn to Manage Your Time

    The Herald

    I used to have a boss who was so busy and could hardly find time stop working to have a meal or a bit of rest. He always used to look so busy and this earned him a few nicknames... Read more »



July 30

  • Mozambique: Maputo Peace Deal Delayed

    Deutsche Welle

    The low level conflict between Mozambique's former civil war foes escalated recently, but now there is fresh hope of peace in the East African country. However, a deal has been... Read more »

  • Africa: What Africa Needs to Boost Trade With the U.S. [guest column]

    allAfrica

    Ahead of the United States-Africa summit which President Barack Obama is convening next week, southern African trade expert Joshua Setipa outlines what he would say if he was to... Read more »

  • Africa: Secure Land Rights: Food Security Depends On It [document]

    Focus on Land

    What do land tenure security and food security have to do with one another? A lot. However, only recently has this relationship begun to receive the attention it deserves. Read more »

  • Zambia: Guy Scott Volunteers Some Details On Sata's Health in Mangango

    Zambia Reports

    Vice President Guy Scott has arrived in Mangango Constituency for campaigns and was after a long time without persuasion able to volunteer to talk about the health of President... Read more »

  • South Africa: Excessive Force Used at Marikana, Advocate Says

    SAPA

    The force used against protesting Marikana miners, leading to 34 deaths, was disproportionate, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Wednesday. Read more »

  • West Africa: No Need for Ebola Panic in South Africa, Health Minister Says

    SAPA

    There is no need for South Africans to panic following the outbreak of the ebola virus in West Africa, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said on Wednesday. Read more »

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