[The Herald] ZIMBABWE and Nottingham Forest defender Tendayi Darikwa has singled out the duo of Teenage Hadebe and Marshal Munetsi for special praise following the Warriors’ solid performances in the back-to-back clashes against the Democratic Republic of Congo during last week’s African Cup of Nations soccer qualifiers.
[The Herald] INFORMATION, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa says everyone, including those in the Diaspora, has a role to play in the economic transformation envisaged by the new administration. Minister Mutsvangwa said this on Thursday in Harare during a “Young Professionals Forum”, which was also addressed by Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube.
[Daily Trust] “I do a lot of solo work,” Kamuyu says
THE hotels of Adigrat, an entrepot near Ethiopia’s border with Eritrea, are always busy during Meskel, a feast celebrated annually by Orthodox Christians in both countries. But this time room prices have soared. Returning visitors reckon the numbers congregating in the city’s streets are twice those of previous years
[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Saturday officially launched the process to demilitarise the former rebel movement Renamo.
[Nyasa Times] Workers for Terrastone Construction Limited which is building Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS) laboratory complex in Blantyre have downed tools over alleged racism abuse by one of their supervisors and low pay.
[Deutsche Welle] Lamu is arguably the most unique and beautiful Swahili town in Kenya. But pollution is fast eroding the efforts to preserve the cultural richness of it’s historical town.
WHEN President Donald Trump, King Salman of Saudi Arabia and Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, Egypt’s president, laid their hands on a glowing orb in Riyadh last year, the theatrical gesture provoked bewilderment and derision. But perhaps the orb worked some magic
[VOA] Protests have rocked Uganda since last year, when the government amended the constitution to abolish presidential age limits, allowing President Yoweri Museveni to stay in power indefinitely.
[Bhekisisa] South Africa is one of the hardest drinking countries in the world, but legislation to stop it been under wraps for over five years.