Diamond Bank Named Best Risktaker Institution

[Daily News] THE Country Manager and CEO of DTB-Tanzania, Mr Viju Cherian receives the certificate of recognition for “The Best Risk Management Corporate of the year 2017” from the Internal Auditor General of Tanzania, Mr Mohamed Mtonga during the seco…

[Daily News] THE Country Manager and CEO of DTB-Tanzania, Mr Viju Cherian receives the certificate of recognition for "The Best Risk Management Corporate of the year 2017" from the Internal Auditor General of Tanzania, Mr Mohamed Mtonga during the second graduation ceremony of The Institute of Risk Management Tanzania (IRMT) in Dar es Salaam recently. (Photo: courtesy of DTB)

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Now Ester Bulaya in Court, Joins Mbowe and Others for Sedition

[Daily News] THE prosecution yesterday made amendments of charge sheet in the seditious trial involving senior officials of Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (Chadema) by joining Ester Bulaya, Bunda Urban Member of Parliament (MP) amongst the accused p…

[Daily News] THE prosecution yesterday made amendments of charge sheet in the seditious trial involving senior officials of Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (Chadema) by joining Ester Bulaya, Bunda Urban Member of Parliament (MP) amongst the accused persons and adding two more counts.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Twelve MCL Journalists Nominated for Excellence in Journalism Awards

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Thirteen journalists from Mwananchi Communications Limited, publishers of The Citizen, Mwananchi and Mwanaspoti newspapers have been nominated for the 2017 Excellence in Journalism Award in Tanzania (EJAT).

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Thirteen journalists from Mwananchi Communications Limited, publishers of The Citizen, Mwananchi and Mwanaspoti newspapers have been nominated for the 2017 Excellence in Journalism Award in Tanzania (EJAT).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Acacia Share Price Up 29%

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Acacia share price closed high by 29.25 per cent during an opening day of this week, compared with the closing day of last week.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Acacia share price closed high by 29.25 per cent during an opening day of this week, compared with the closing day of last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Putin Congratulates Nation on Attaining 38 Years of Independence

[The Herald] Russian President Mr Vladimir Putin yesterday congratulated Zimbabwe on attaining 38 years of independence and expressed hope relations between the two countries would blossom in line with his thrust to strengthen security and stability in…

[The Herald] Russian President Mr Vladimir Putin yesterday congratulated Zimbabwe on attaining 38 years of independence and expressed hope relations between the two countries would blossom in line with his thrust to strengthen security and stability in Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Seed-Co Helps Upcoming Athlete

[The Herald] UPCOMING 10 000m athlete Norest Mashongera from Zaranyika Secondary School in Murewa got a helping hand in his quest to pursue his dream as an athlete when SeedCo donated a kit and school uniforms for him yesterday at their plant in Staple…

[The Herald] UPCOMING 10 000m athlete Norest Mashongera from Zaranyika Secondary School in Murewa got a helping hand in his quest to pursue his dream as an athlete when SeedCo donated a kit and school uniforms for him yesterday at their plant in Stapleford.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Warriors Coach Chidzambwa Casts Net Wider

[The Herald] WARRIORS coach Sunday Chidzambwa says the 2018 Zimbabwe Independence President Cup showdown against plucky neighbours Botswana at the National Sports Stadium this afternoon is an opportunity for the local-based players to fight for their p…

[The Herald] WARRIORS coach Sunday Chidzambwa says the 2018 Zimbabwe Independence President Cup showdown against plucky neighbours Botswana at the National Sports Stadium this afternoon is an opportunity for the local-based players to fight for their places in the senior national football team.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Kickbacks Delay City Road Rehab

[The Herald] Some Harare City Council workers are reportedly sabotaging the city’s road rehabilitation programme by demanding kickbacks from contractors to facilitate payment from Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara), it has emerged. Last we…

[The Herald] Some Harare City Council workers are reportedly sabotaging the city's road rehabilitation programme by demanding kickbacks from contractors to facilitate payment from Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara), it has emerged. Last week, companies contracted to rehabilitate Harare's roads under the $17 million Emergency Road Rehabilitation Programme stopped work because they were not getting money from Zinara.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe