JPM Wants CCM Leaders to Increase New Members, Create Sources of Income

[Citizen] CCM national chairman John Magufuli has directed new ruling party leaders to focus on increasing new members, creating new sources of income, connecting the government and citizens and behaving with integrity.

[Citizen] CCM national chairman John Magufuli has directed new ruling party leaders to focus on increasing new members, creating new sources of income, connecting the government and citizens and behaving with integrity.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Liberians Must Be Wary of Inconsistent Job-Seeking Politicians

[FrontPageAfrica] SWITCHING POLITICAL LANE has turned out as an acceptable norm in Liberian politics. But the manner and form these politicians switch from one political party to another raises concerns of ideological principles and leaves the creditab…

[FrontPageAfrica] SWITCHING POLITICAL LANE has turned out as an acceptable norm in Liberian politics. But the manner and form these politicians switch from one political party to another raises concerns of ideological principles and leaves the creditability of our body politics in shambles. It also vividly signals the level of inconsistencies embedded in these politicians. It casts doubts over the kind of public officials they would become if their party should assume state power.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Registered Voters Exclusion in Runoff Polls Breeds ‘Constitutional Conflict’

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Better Future Foundation (BFF), a civil society organization, has expressed serious concern with respect to the new date set by the National Elections Commission (NEC) for the conduct of the Presidential runoff election …

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Better Future Foundation (BFF), a civil society organization, has expressed serious concern with respect to the new date set by the National Elections Commission (NEC) for the conduct of the Presidential runoff election without first publishing and/or exhibiting the Final Registration Roll (FRR) for its verification and validation by electorates and other stakeholders.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

25 Firms Ready to Start Industries in Tanzania, Says Majaliwa

[Citizen] Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa said on Monday, December 18, that at least 25 companies had confirmed their readiness to start industries in support of the government’s industrial revolution.

[Citizen] Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa said on Monday, December 18, that at least 25 companies had confirmed their readiness to start industries in support of the government's industrial revolution.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

We’re Ready to Share Experience in Gas, Other Sectors – Qatar Diplomat

[Daily News] As Qatar today commemorates its Unification Day, the Daily News sought a brief interview with ambassador of Qatar in Tanzania, Mr Abdullah Jassim AlMaadadi in which he spoke on a wide range of issues. Read the following excerpts to find ou…

[Daily News] As Qatar today commemorates its Unification Day, the Daily News sought a brief interview with ambassador of Qatar in Tanzania, Mr Abdullah Jassim AlMaadadi in which he spoke on a wide range of issues. Read the following excerpts to find out what the diplomat had to say

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Refugees Stage Talent Show

[VOA] South Sudanese refugees at the Bidibidi settlement in Uganda live a hard life, residing in tents and mud huts and surviving on international aid. But on Saturday, the refugees put aside their hardships and held a talent show, with songs and plays…

[VOA] South Sudanese refugees at the Bidibidi settlement in Uganda live a hard life, residing in tents and mud huts and surviving on international aid. But on Saturday, the refugees put aside their hardships and held a talent show, with songs and plays that touched on the war back home but that also expressed hope for peace.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Fall Armyworms Hit Malawi, President Appeals for Help

[VOA] In Malawi, President Peter Mutharika has declared 20 of the country’s 28 districts disaster areas following an invasion by fall armyworms. The pests have destroyed the crops of nearly 140,000 farming families since the start of November.

[VOA] In Malawi, President Peter Mutharika has declared 20 of the country's 28 districts disaster areas following an invasion by fall armyworms. The pests have destroyed the crops of nearly 140,000 farming families since the start of November.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Lawyer Seeks to Block Age Limit Removal

[Monitor] The High Court in Kampala said it would rule Tuesday morning on whether to block Parliament from proceeding to amend article 102 (b) of the Constitution without first translating the Constitution into local dialects.

[Monitor] The High Court in Kampala said it would rule Tuesday morning on whether to block Parliament from proceeding to amend article 102 (b) of the Constitution without first translating the Constitution into local dialects.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda