British Airways Suspends Flights to Entebbe
[Independent (Kampala)] As of 3rd October 2015, British Airways will halt all flights between London Heathrow and Entebbe. According to Edward Frost, this decision is being taken due to activities to Entebbe not being commercially viable for the flight services provider.
Kerry On Comoros' National Day
[State Department] Washington, DC -STATEMENT BY SECRETARY KERRY
On the Occasion of the Union of the Comoros' National Day
[State Department] Washington, DC -Press Statement
Liberianization Snafu - Gov't Idle As Foreign Firm Grabs U.S.$3 Million Deal
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Members of the Caterers Association of Liberia are irate over the recent signing of a US$3 million dollar contract with the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC), Joint Venture of Pan African Engineering Group, Sigma Group Inc., and Mamba Point Hotel (collectively PSM-JV), for Contract #5 of the Mount Coffee Hydropower Rehabilitation Project.
Bungling Zifa Should Put House in Order
[Zimbabwe Standard] Chaotic events preceding the Warriors' trip to Comoros for yesterday's 2016 Chan qualifier showed how Zimbabwean football has descended to new depths of mediocrity.
'We Did Not Cause Chaos in Comoros'
[The Herald] THE Friends of the Warriors take great exception to a report published in The Herald of Monday 6 July 2015.
Warriors Sail Through
[Zimbabwe Standard] Moroni -Forget the shambolic preparations, seething temperatures, long trip on match day, boycotts by coaches, the Warriors progressed to the next round of the African Championships (Chan) after playing to a goalless draw against Comoros at the Stade de Moroni yesterday.
Warriors Fans Cause Chaos in Comoros
[The Herald] Warriors team manager Shariff Mussa was forced to use his personal funds to bail out some members of the so-called Friends of the Warriors in Comoros who caused a scene at the airport as they could not raise the $50 needed, per individual, for their visas to be processed.
Warriors' Last Minute Trip
[The Herald] The Warriors endured another horror day yesterday, with their trip to the Comoros hanging in the balance for most of the day, until Government intervened and made a commitment to charter a flight to the Indian Ocean island.
Warriors Beat Comoros to Set Up Lesotho Date
[New Zimbabwe] DESPITE arriving in the Comoros just three hours before the match, the Warriors are through to face Lesotho in the last qualifying round of the Orange African Nations Championships (Chan) after a 0-0 draw with Comoros at the Stade de Moroni on Saturday.
Unpaid Pasuwa Walks Out On Warriors, Demands $10,000
[New Zimbabwe] The Warriors were involved in a fresh crisis on Thursday when coach, Kalisto Pasuwa, reportedly quit the national team over Zifa's failure to honour promises to pay him his dues by June 30.
Mother of All Crises
[The Herald] Warriors coach Callisto Pasuwa dumped the senior national team yesterday in his latest fallout with ZIFA over unpaid dues after the association failed to honour their promise to pay him by June 30.
Warriors in Goalkeeping Crisis
[The Herald] WarriorsÂ coach Callisto Pasuwa has called up CAPS United goal-minder Chris Mverechena as he moves to avert a potential goalkeeping crisis ahead of his team's trip to Comoros Islands scheduled for tomorrow.