Nothing Can Justify Rights Violation

[Nation] The Bill of Rights… The Constitution… Governed by the rule of law… Human rights… These have become buzzwords that many of us drop whenever it is convenient to do so.

[Nation] The Bill of Rights... The Constitution... Governed by the rule of law... Human rights... These have become buzzwords that many of us drop whenever it is convenient to do so.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Tanzanian Farmers Expect Good Rice Harvesting Season

[Daily News] Tanzania rice farmers need to open small rice milling plants and package facilities to boost sales of the food product in the East African region and beyond as they expect bumper harvest in the forthcoming season.

[Daily News] Tanzania rice farmers need to open small rice milling plants and package facilities to boost sales of the food product in the East African region and beyond as they expect bumper harvest in the forthcoming season.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

IEBC Extends Registering of Aspirants As Independents

[Nation] The electoral commission has offered a lifeline to the ever-growing list of independent candidates after it rescinded its earlier decision to close their applications by yesterday and said they will be cleared up to Monday.

[Nation] The electoral commission has offered a lifeline to the ever-growing list of independent candidates after it rescinded its earlier decision to close their applications by yesterday and said they will be cleared up to Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Taifa Stars Still Number 135th, Latest FIFA Rankings Reveals

[Daily News] Taifa Stars remained motionless in the latest FIFA/Coca Cola World Rankings released yesterday by the World football governing body, after a quiet month on the international activities.

[Daily News] Taifa Stars remained motionless in the latest FIFA/Coca Cola World Rankings released yesterday by the World football governing body, after a quiet month on the international activities.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Probe NLC Chiefs On Land Fraud Claim

[Nation] The National Land Commission (NLC) is on the spot over suspected fraudulent payments for land taken over by the government to build the new railway line that is nearing completion.

[Nation] The National Land Commission (NLC) is on the spot over suspected fraudulent payments for land taken over by the government to build the new railway line that is nearing completion.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Chinese Firm to Set Up Fertiliser Plant

[The Herald] The China Council for Promotion on International Trade (CCPIT) has struck an agreement with Government which will see one of the council’s companies setting up a multi-million dollar fertiliser manufacturing plant in Zimbabwe.

[The Herald] The China Council for Promotion on International Trade (CCPIT) has struck an agreement with Government which will see one of the council's companies setting up a multi-million dollar fertiliser manufacturing plant in Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Time to Punish Land Barons

[The Herald] On Tuesday, during the handover of Cde Chinx’s new home in Sentosa, Harare, the First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe spoke on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. She mentioned how shelter was a basic need that one requires to survive.

[The Herald] On Tuesday, during the handover of Cde Chinx's new home in Sentosa, Harare, the First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe spoke on Maslow's hierarchy of needs. She mentioned how shelter was a basic need that one requires to survive.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Serengeti Boys ‘Ripe for Gabon’

[Daily News] Serengeti Boys coach Bakari Shime has lauded his team’s performance despite losing 1-0 to Cameroon’s Under-17 team in their final build up game ahead of African Youth Championship (AYC) finals opening offs in Gabon on May 14.

[Daily News] Serengeti Boys coach Bakari Shime has lauded his team's performance despite losing 1-0 to Cameroon's Under-17 team in their final build up game ahead of African Youth Championship (AYC) finals opening offs in Gabon on May 14.

source: AllAfrica News: Gabon