[The Herald] Lawyers representing Prophetic Healing and Deliverance leader Walter Magaya, Messrs Everson Chatambudza and Admire Rubaya, today expressed displeasure at the manner in which the State seemed drag its heels regarding the church leader's rape case.
[This Day] Abuja and Abeokuta -Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Tuesday made a number of recommendations to the federal government as the surest way of getting out of the current economic downturn, saying that the government needs to spend less, earn more, and borrow its way out of the recession.
[Daily Trust] Nigeria and India yesterday signed a Letter of Intent to ratify agreements on such diplomatic issues as prisoners' transfer, customs, renewable energy and visa as well as a Memorandum of Understanding on product standardisation.
[Premium Times] Nigeria's Senators did not report for business on Wednesday - one of the three days the National Assembly has for plenary in a week - for no reason other than the resumed trial of their presiding officers.
[Observer] Prof Gilbert Baalibaseka Bukenya, the former vice president, has had a relatively-long political career. In 2015, he joined The Democratic Alliance (TDA) as a prospective joint opposition candidate to run against President Museveni in the February 2016 elections. However, he suddenly quit the alliance and pledged support for Museveni. But losing h […]
[The Herald] LITHIUM is set to transform the country's economy following a fresh scramble for the mineral by foreign companies after new deposits were discovered around Harare, Mines and Mining Development Deputy Minister, Engineer Fred Moyo has said. In an interview in Mberengwa South last week, Eng Moyo said there were new deposits of lithium in areas […]