Tanzania Prime Commercial Options Selling Fast

[The Exchange] Tanzania’s real estate industry is booming and investment is skyrocketing. Moving just as fast is demand for both commercial and residential properties. No sooner is a ‘To Let’ sign put up than one reading ‘Sold’ follows.

[The Exchange] Tanzania's real estate industry is booming and investment is skyrocketing. Moving just as fast is demand for both commercial and residential properties. No sooner is a 'To Let' sign put up than one reading 'Sold' follows.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Mist Over Nyasa 100 Percent Takeover of Bullets

[Nyasa Times] Some former Nyasa Big Bullets FC officials, trustees and fans have demanded a copy of the Memorundum of Understanding (MoU) which some executive committee members dubiously signed with the sponsors Nyasa Manufacturing Company’s (NMC) for …

[Nyasa Times] Some former Nyasa Big Bullets FC officials, trustees and fans have demanded a copy of the Memorundum of Understanding (MoU) which some executive committee members dubiously signed with the sponsors Nyasa Manufacturing Company's (NMC) for the takeover of the club as they want to legally challenge the 100 percent shareholding in the club.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

MTN Uganda Invest $13,500 to Sponsor Local Football Teams

[The Exchange] The popularity of football in Africa has grown over the years and institutions are looking into considerations of promoting the sport. GoTV, Barclays Bank and MTN have been on the forefront to unveil programs that will nurture the cultur…

[The Exchange] The popularity of football in Africa has grown over the years and institutions are looking into considerations of promoting the sport. GoTV, Barclays Bank and MTN have been on the forefront to unveil programs that will nurture the culture of football and keep the dreams of many alive.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Prof Luoga Assumes Office, Licences New Bank

[Daily News] BANK of Tanzania Governor, Prof Florens Luoga led to his office by Acting Manager Public Relations and Protocol Department, Ms Anna Mlatie, not in the picture. On the Governor’s left is Acting Director of Human Resource and Administration,…

[Daily News] BANK of Tanzania Governor, Prof Florens Luoga led to his office by Acting Manager Public Relations and Protocol Department, Ms Anna Mlatie, not in the picture. On the Governor's left is Acting Director of Human Resource and Administration, Ms Aziza Salum and Acting Manager Estates Department, Mr Christopher Nyondo. (Photo BoT)

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Soccer – Wanderers Maintain Esau Kanyenda ‘Going Nowhere’

[Nyasa Times] Malawi football kings Mighty Be Forward Wanderers insist reports that their veteran and experienced striker Esau Kanyenda could leave are ridiculous because the player remains a key figure for the TNM Super League outfit.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi football kings Mighty Be Forward Wanderers insist reports that their veteran and experienced striker Esau Kanyenda could leave are ridiculous because the player remains a key figure for the TNM Super League outfit.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Egypt Grants 12 Scholarships to Islamic Malawian Students

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -As one way of contributing to the country’s development, the Government of Egypt has awarded twelve academic scholarships to twelve Islamic Malawian students to study at Hazard University in Egypt.

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -As one way of contributing to the country's development, the Government of Egypt has awarded twelve academic scholarships to twelve Islamic Malawian students to study at Hazard University in Egypt.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Dar Bourse Starts New Year Strongly

[Daily News] THE Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) started the year strongly after posting 2.45bn/- turnover, which is equivalent to 544.93 per cent compared to 0.38bn/- of the last week of 2017.

[Daily News] THE Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) started the year strongly after posting 2.45bn/- turnover, which is equivalent to 544.93 per cent compared to 0.38bn/- of the last week of 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Attorney General, Minister Donate Mortuary Cold Room to Rumphi Hospital

[Nyasa Times] Member of Parliament (MP) for Rumphi North Constituency Jappie Mhango and Attorney General Charles Mhango, have donated a K12 million cold room to Rumphi District Hospital mortuary.

[Nyasa Times] Member of Parliament (MP) for Rumphi North Constituency Jappie Mhango and Attorney General Charles Mhango, have donated a K12 million cold room to Rumphi District Hospital mortuary.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi