Four Die in Accident, Tarime Trader Shot Dead

[Daily News] Four people died and 15 others were injured in Tanga at the weekend, after the mini-bus in which they were travelling rammed into a defective lorry parked on a road.

[Daily News] Four people died and 15 others were injured in Tanga at the weekend, after the mini-bus in which they were travelling rammed into a defective lorry parked on a road.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Stanchart Post Strong First Quarter Performance

[Daily News] Standard Chartered Bank Tanzania Limited has recorded strong first quarter this year results on the back of effective client relationship management, quality product roll out, efficient cost and loan impairment management. It is the time when the Industry is struggling with tough non-performing loans (NPL) and low revenue growth.

[Daily News] Standard Chartered Bank Tanzania Limited has recorded strong first quarter this year results on the back of effective client relationship management, quality product roll out, efficient cost and loan impairment management. It is the time when the Industry is struggling with tough non-performing loans (NPL) and low revenue growth.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Two Indians Arraigned in Dar Court Over Communication Fraud

[Daily News] TWO Indian nationals were arraigned before a Dar es Salaam court, facing several counts of fraudulent use of communication network and subjecting the country to over 2bn/- loss.

[Daily News] TWO Indian nationals were arraigned before a Dar es Salaam court, facing several counts of fraudulent use of communication network and subjecting the country to over 2bn/- loss.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Serengeti Boys Comfort Road Accident Victims

[Daily News] Serengeti Boys coach Bakari Shime yesterday joined Tanzanians to mourn tragic deaths of 36 people including 33 Lucky Vincent School pupils who perished in a road accident in Karatu, Arusha Region on Saturday. Those who died in shocking road carnage, apart from the students, were two teachers and a bus driver.

[Daily News] Serengeti Boys coach Bakari Shime yesterday joined Tanzanians to mourn tragic deaths of 36 people including 33 Lucky Vincent School pupils who perished in a road accident in Karatu, Arusha Region on Saturday. Those who died in shocking road carnage, apart from the students, were two teachers and a bus driver.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Prisoner Fights in Court for Fellow Inmate With Brain Cancer

[GroundUp] An inmate in a Tshwane prison has successfully taken the Department of Correctional Services to court for failing to consider a medical parole application of a fellow inmate who has a brain tumour and has become partially paralysed.

[GroundUp] An inmate in a Tshwane prison has successfully taken the Department of Correctional Services to court for failing to consider a medical parole application of a fellow inmate who has a brain tumour and has become partially paralysed.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Bank of Tanzania Revokes FBME Licence

[Daily News] The Bank of Tanzania (BoT) has revoked the business licence of the Federal Bank of the Middle East (FBME), placing it under liquidation after being accused by the United States government for involvement on money laundering.

[Daily News] The Bank of Tanzania (BoT) has revoked the business licence of the Federal Bank of the Middle East (FBME), placing it under liquidation after being accused by the United States government for involvement on money laundering.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Bwanika Wants M7 Book Reviewed Before Distribution to Schools

[Observer] Former presidential candidate and president of the People’s Development Party, Dr Abed Bwanika wants President Yoweri Museveni’s “Sowing the Mustard Seed” book analyzed by the National Curriculum Development Center before it is distributed t…

[Observer] Former presidential candidate and president of the People's Development Party, Dr Abed Bwanika wants President Yoweri Museveni's "Sowing the Mustard Seed" book analyzed by the National Curriculum Development Center before it is distributed to secondary schools.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda