Football Body in Agents Crackdown

[The Herald] ZIFA have come down hard on player agents in Zimbabwe by claiming they are all in breach of the FIFA statutes with the Association insisting none of them is registered to represent players in the country.

[The Herald] ZIFA have come down hard on player agents in Zimbabwe by claiming they are all in breach of the FIFA statutes with the Association insisting none of them is registered to represent players in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Lost Dreams’ Project Informs Africans About the Dangers of Illegal Migration to Europe

[Deutsche Welle] The African Network of Germany (TANG) has launched a project about the dangers of illegal migration to Europe. It’s currently being presented to young people in Cameroon.

[Deutsche Welle] The African Network of Germany (TANG) has launched a project about the dangers of illegal migration to Europe. It's currently being presented to young people in Cameroon.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Prof Mbarawa Appoints TBA Chairman, Board of Directors

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Minister for Works, Transport and Communications Professor Makame Mbarawa has extended Dr Edward Ngwale tenure as chairman of the Tanzania Building Agency (TBA) for the next three years.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Minister for Works, Transport and Communications Professor Makame Mbarawa has extended Dr Edward Ngwale tenure as chairman of the Tanzania Building Agency (TBA) for the next three years.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Dams for the Damned

[Maka] When China and Angola signed a US $4.5 billion financing agreement last year to fund the construction of a dam and hydro-electric power station at Caculo Cabaça in Kwanza-Norte province, did the Chinese realize this project would be for the benefit of the Angolan President’s daughter?

[Maka] When China and Angola signed a US $4.5 billion financing agreement last year to fund the construction of a dam and hydro-electric power station at Caculo Cabaça in Kwanza-Norte province, did the Chinese realize this project would be for the benefit of the Angolan President's daughter?

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Refugees Struggling to Survive in Uganda’s Cities

[IRIN] Kampala -If you are a refugee, then Uganda is one of the better places to be. Refugees and asylum seekers are entitled to work, have freedom of movement, and can access social services – a progressive policy much-lauded by the international comm…

[IRIN] Kampala -If you are a refugee, then Uganda is one of the better places to be. Refugees and asylum seekers are entitled to work, have freedom of movement, and can access social services - a progressive policy much-lauded by the international community.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Heed World Bank’s Advice On Investment to Prosper

[Citizen] On Tuesday, the World Bank unveiled its 9th edition of Tanzania Economic Update in which it applauded the government for sustaining a steady economy growth rate. It also advised the government to undertake three specific steps to increase the…

[Citizen] On Tuesday, the World Bank unveiled its 9th edition of Tanzania Economic Update in which it applauded the government for sustaining a steady economy growth rate. It also advised the government to undertake three specific steps to increase the pace of economic growth and drive 12 million Tanzanians out of abject poverty.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Queries Remain As Controller and Auditor General Tables New Audit Report

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -As the Controller and Auditor General tables the annual audit reports for the 2015/16 fiscal year in Parliament today, questions remain unanswered on the fate of the queries raised in past reports yet to be addressed.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -As the Controller and Auditor General tables the annual audit reports for the 2015/16 fiscal year in Parliament today, questions remain unanswered on the fate of the queries raised in past reports yet to be addressed.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Magufuli Pleads With MPs to Let Him Achieve His Dreams

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli yesterday asked MPs to support his development agenda in a passionate plea for support of his administration which is now into the second year of governing the country.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli yesterday asked MPs to support his development agenda in a passionate plea for support of his administration which is now into the second year of governing the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania