news From All Africa
- Nigeria: Govt Urged to Negotiate with Boko Haram[Vanguard]Bishop Leonard Nwoma Umunna is the General Overseer and the Presiding Bishop of Bible Life Church Cathedral (BLCC) which he founded in 1982 with headquarters in Ajegunle area of Lagos.
- West Africa: French Ebola Patient Cured[VOA]The health ministry of France says a French nurse who contracted Ebola in Liberia while working for Doctors Without Borders has recovered.
- Zimbabwe: Teen Commits Suicide After Losing Calf[New Zimbabwe]A CHIPINGE teenager hanged himself in his room following a misunderstanding with his elder brother over a lost calf.
- South Sudan: Peace Talks Halted to Consult Principal Rivals[Sudan Tribune]Addis Ababa -Mediators of the intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) which mediate the 9-month old peace talks between South Sudanese warring parties have adjourned the talks in order to consult with top rival leaders over contentious issues.
- Zimbabwe: Mimosa Golf Day Tees Off[The Herald]THE annual Mimosa Golf Day tees off at Rowland Park golf club with a large field expected this morning.
- Zimbabwe: Murwira Eyes Changing Film Industry[The Herald]Monica Cheru -Urban wear designer, personal coach and self-development expert, certified screenwriter and director, creative and inspirational writer as well as experience in helping set up various businesses, each of the talents would be enough for any ordinary person, but to come in one package surely should be a superlative. But it is not, because Lee Murwira is all that and more.
- Zambia: Education Minister Says Unza Suicide Case a Wake Up Call[Zambia Reports]Education Minister Dr John Phiri says the death of a first year student over is a wakeup call to the ministry and the University of Zambia.
- Zimbabwe: Cara Through to China Open Finals[New Zimbabwe]ZIMBABWE’S Cara Black and Indian partner Sania Mirza continued their recent winning streak as they reached the final of the WTA China Open in Beijing on Friday.
- Zimbabwe: ZBC Haunted By Salary Cuts[The Herald]The decision by the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation to unilaterally cut workers’ salaries in January this year has backfired, with the employees now claiming a collective figure of US$1,5 million in salary arrears emanating from the cut.
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