Mabula – No Land Without Compensation

[Citizen] Kigoma -The Deputy Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development Ms Angelina Mabula on Tuesday ordered District Executive Directors (DEDs) in Kigoma region not to occupy private lands if they don’t have money to the compensate …

[Citizen] Kigoma -The Deputy Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development Ms Angelina Mabula on Tuesday ordered District Executive Directors (DEDs) in Kigoma region not to occupy private lands if they don't have money to the compensate owners.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Inflation Is Expected to Remain At 5-6pc – Expert

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Inflation is unlikely to increase in the near future as the government is still implementing its tight monetary policy amid vigilant expenditure and revenue collections.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Inflation is unlikely to increase in the near future as the government is still implementing its tight monetary policy amid vigilant expenditure and revenue collections.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

TICTS, Ecobank Sign Cargo Payment Deal

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -It is reported that Ecobank has signed an agreement with Tanzania International Container Terminal Services (TICTS) to facilitate cargo payment by users of Dar es Salaam Port.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -It is reported that Ecobank has signed an agreement with Tanzania International Container Terminal Services (TICTS) to facilitate cargo payment by users of Dar es Salaam Port.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Sankoyo Community Trust Reviews Bush Bucks Support

[Botswana Daily News] Maun -The Sankoyo community is planning a meeting to decide whether Sankoyo Tshwaragano Development Trust should continue supporting Sankoyo Bush Bucks Club or not.

[Botswana Daily News] Maun -The Sankoyo community is planning a meeting to decide whether Sankoyo Tshwaragano Development Trust should continue supporting Sankoyo Bush Bucks Club or not.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Dundumwezi Shows Pres. Lungu Some Love

President Edger Lungu showed no hard feelings on his visit to Dundumwezi Constituency on a development mission and pledged none discrimination on account of political affiliation. The Head of State was joined on this mission by three traditional leaders in … Continued

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President Edger Lungu showed no hard feelings on his visit to Dundumwezi Constituency on a development mission and pledged none discrimination on account of political affiliation. The Head of State was joined on this mission by three traditional leaders in Chief Chikanta, Simwatachela and Chieftainess Mwenda. President Lungu commissioned the Kalomo Itezhi-Tezhi road as part of his two day visit to Southern Province. Earlier on his arrival in the province at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula Airport, President Lungu had stirred a hornet’s nest by taking on his critics. “You need to know that I am very thick skinned; insults will not move me, bad language will not move me; but if you try to harm me physically, you will be harmed before you harm me. So just sit in your cabin and pray that I drop dead,†he said. “Insult me if you want, but don’t try to harm me because you will be harmed first. I am not here by choice but by the choice of the people of Zambia under the laws enshrined in the Constitution. I am your servant, so because of that, these people will protect me.†The Head of State was not mincing his words and charged further digging at his apparent emerging chief adversary in Chief Mukuni of the Toka Leya people of Southern Province who was conspicuously missing in the welcoming party. “Just accept that I am in charge, if you don’t I will just ignore you. Just accept it because if you refuse, people have accepted anyway. I am here to deliver on behalf of the Zambian people throughout the Republic,†People Lungu interacted with the local people on his visit acquainting himself with their problems. The post Dundumwezi Shows Pres. Lungu Some Love appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Para-Athletes Off to World Champs

[Namibian] Namibia’s para-athletics team left for London on Tuesday to compete in the IPC World Championships which takes place from Friday, 14 July to Sunday, 23 July.

[Namibian] Namibia's para-athletics team left for London on Tuesday to compete in the IPC World Championships which takes place from Friday, 14 July to Sunday, 23 July.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Swahili Day Debate a New Look to Bongo Films

[Citizen] Zanzibar -The debate of how relevant Bongo movies are is one that has been raging for a while. To offer credit to that, there are very few actors at the Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF). However even with no such show, organisers o…

[Citizen] Zanzibar -The debate of how relevant Bongo movies are is one that has been raging for a while. To offer credit to that, there are very few actors at the Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF). However even with no such show, organisers of ZIFF say this year's Swahili Day is a face saving act for Bongo movies in general.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Brave Warriors Prepare For AFCON Qualifier

[Namibian] Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti hopes to have free agents Hendrick Somaeb and Petrus Shitembi available for selection ahead of Sunday’s Africa Nations Championship (Chan) qualifier against Zimbabwe.

[Namibian] Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti hopes to have free agents Hendrick Somaeb and Petrus Shitembi available for selection ahead of Sunday's Africa Nations Championship (Chan) qualifier against Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia