[New Times] This year’s gathering will highlight Rwanda as a guest country and will showcase Rwanda’s progress in the tourism and agriculture sector.
LAST YEAR Emmerson Mnangagwa strutted around the World Economic Forum (WEF) declaring his country “open for business”. This year Zimbabwe’s president did not even make it to Davos. Instead, on January 21st, having cut short a foreign jaunt that was meant to end at the WEF, he arrived home to a country in chaos
[Leadership] Wife Of the Senate President, Mrs Toyin Ojora Saraki has called for an end to election violence and divisive hate speech as the 2019 general elections draws closer.
[Namibian] Creatures that allegedly suck blood from livestock have attacked animals at two villages in the north of the country, killing 30 goats so far this year.
[The Herald] Former president Robert Mugabe lost US$150 000 cash to employees at his rural home in Zvimba.
[The Herald] Zimbabwe consumed almost 480 million more litres of petrol and diesel in six months between June and November last year than in the same period in 2017, a gargantuan 77 percent extra, at an additional foreign currency cost of more than US$200 million, The Herald can report.
[New Zimbabwe] A CLEANSING ritual on a Harare couple that has been tormented by a sexually transmitted disease (STD) for over a year recently turned tragic when the woman died in the hands of the self-proclaimed prophet who was performing the rite.
[The Herald] There are no expired medicines being dispensed at public health institutions as there are systems to ensure the safety of citizens, Government has said.
[Malawi News Agency] Machinga -As the year 2018 comes to an end, Machinga has registered an increase in child abuse cases as compared to last year, the district’s police child protection office says.
[Nation] Little-known schools snatched the coveted top positions in the KCSE results released on Friday, even as Nairobi’s Strathmore emerged number one nationally.