Morrocco Beefs Up Security On US Bound Flights

By Correspondent , 08 , Jul 2014


Rabat (AFP) - Morocco said Monday it will tighten security measures for US-bound flights from Casablanca at Washington's request, amid fears in the United States that Islamist militants could be .. Read More →

Zimbabwe To Bid To Host World Cup 2034

By Correspondent , 08 , Jul 2014


Zimbabwe will bid to host the Fifa World Cup in 2034 as it will by then have the capacity to host such a mega event when Africa gets another chance .. Read More →

Mining And Shared Value Creation In Africa

By Correspondent , 08 , Jul 2014


By Ronald Chawatama Africa mining sector, mining companies, investors to partner in creation of shared value; outcome of Mining on Top 2014: At the just ended, Mining on Top 2014 .. Read More →

ZANU PF Blasts MDC- T Renewal Team

By Correspondent , 07 , Jul 2014


Zimbabwe. ZANU PF politburo member Dr Sikhanyiso Ndlovu on Monday said the move by the MDC Renewal Team to denounce the national anthem at their weekend meeting in Bulawayo shows .. Read More →

MDC Demands End To Police Killing Of Suspects

By Correspondent , 07 , Jul 2014


Press Statement Issued by Honourable Senator Lilian Timveos, Alternative Minister and Spokesperson for Home Affairs Preserving human life is a core value which is at the heart of Zimbabwe's state .. Read More →

Number Of Low Paid UK Residents Can Be Slashed By Over 1 Million By 2020: Sentamu

By Correspondent , 07 , Jul 2014


THE NUMBER of people in low pay in the UK can be slashed by over 1 million by 2020 with a series of pragmatic low-cost measures building on the economic .. Read More →

Enjoy The Journey

By Correspondent , 07 , Jul 2014


By Pearson Mbendera There is a saying; Rome was not built in a day, which means the best things in life take long to be realized. But in a fast .. Read More →

Mohamed Dionne Is Senegal`s New Prime Minister

By Correspondent , 07 , Jul 2014


Dakar (AFP) - Mohamed Dionne, a close aide to Senegal's president who once worked for the United Nations, was named the country's new prime minister Sunday, two days after the .. Read More →

Crayfish Threatens Kapenta Survival In Kariba

By Correspondent , 07 , Jul 2014


By A Correspondent ZIMBABWE Parks and Wildlife Management Authority has made a passionate plea to individuals, cooperatives and companies to consider commercial crayfish fishing in northern Lake Kariba, as the .. Read More →