Tour Operator Licenses Tenure Extended By One Month

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Ministry of Natural Resources has assured tour operators and safari outfitters that their business licenses which were supposed to expire by the end of 2017, can still be recognised up to January 31, 2018.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Ministry of Natural Resources has assured tour operators and safari outfitters that their business licenses which were supposed to expire by the end of 2017, can still be recognised up to January 31, 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Growth ‘To Fall’ but Still Fastest in Region

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania may not experience annual economic growth of seven per cent and above in the next three years from 2017, the World Bank says in its latest Global Economic Prospects report. However, the country is still expected to be …

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania may not experience annual economic growth of seven per cent and above in the next three years from 2017, the World Bank says in its latest Global Economic Prospects report. However, the country is still expected to be the fastest growing economy in East Africa and among the fastest in Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

CCPU Kitwe Cops Nabbed

[Times of Zambia] POLICE in Kitwe on the Copperbelt Province have arrested three Community Crime Prevention Unit (CCPU) officers for allegedly causing the death of a 34-Year-Old man.

[Times of Zambia] POLICE in Kitwe on the Copperbelt Province have arrested three Community Crime Prevention Unit (CCPU) officers for allegedly causing the death of a 34-Year-Old man.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Murder and Corruption in the Mining Town the World Forgot

[GroundUp] On a clear, sunny morning in Durban Deep, a defunct gold mine on Johannesburg’s Witwatersrand gold reef, a group of five Zimbabwean informal miners, known as zama zamas, prepare to go underground. They test their torches, adjust their knee p…

[GroundUp] On a clear, sunny morning in Durban Deep, a defunct gold mine on Johannesburg's Witwatersrand gold reef, a group of five Zimbabwean informal miners, known as zama zamas, prepare to go underground. They test their torches, adjust their knee pads, pull balaclavas over their heads and pack meagre rations of white bread and biscuits into dust-covered backpacks.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Business Robbery and Murder Suspect Due in Court Today

[SAPS] Mahikeng Cluster -A 40-year-old male suspect is expected to appear in the Mmabatho Magistrates’ Court today on charges of business robbery and murder relating to an incident that occurred in the early hours of Tuesday, 26 December 2017 at a fill…

[SAPS] Mahikeng Cluster -A 40-year-old male suspect is expected to appear in the Mmabatho Magistrates' Court today on charges of business robbery and murder relating to an incident that occurred in the early hours of Tuesday, 26 December 2017 at a filling station in Unit 2, Mmabatho.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Wanted for Glebelands Hostel Shooting

[SAPS] Provincial Task Team police are searching for Bongani Mbhele (34) in the attached picture. Mbhele is wanted for attempted murder case that occurred at the Glebelands hostel in 2016. It is alleged that Mbhele shot and injured a 32-year-old male i…

[SAPS] Provincial Task Team police are searching for Bongani Mbhele (34) in the attached picture. Mbhele is wanted for attempted murder case that occurred at the Glebelands hostel in 2016. It is alleged that Mbhele shot and injured a 32-year-old male in Block 52 whilst he was going to fetch bath water. On 30 September 2016 at 05:30, Mbhele allegedly lied in wait at the corner and when the victim walked pass him, he fired several shots, wounding him on the face. The victim who recognised Mbhele since he also staye

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

It’s Not Illegal to Support Grace – Moyo

[New Zimbabwe] Professor Jonathan Moyo has defended his support for former First Lady Grace Mugabe, saying it the decision is not a criminal but just legal political choice “anyone should be free to make without being punished”.

[New Zimbabwe] Professor Jonathan Moyo has defended his support for former First Lady Grace Mugabe, saying it the decision is not a criminal but just legal political choice "anyone should be free to make without being punished".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Somalis Abused by U.S. Immigration Await Possible Deportation

[American Civil Liberties Union] Rahim Mohamed’s daughter was born in October, but the 32-year old father, who has been detained in immigration custody since April, has not seen or held her. If Immigration and Customs Enforcement has its way, he won’t …

[American Civil Liberties Union] Rahim Mohamed's daughter was born in October, but the 32-year old father, who has been detained in immigration custody since April, has not seen or held her. If Immigration and Customs Enforcement has its way, he won't get that chance.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia