Community Consultation – Way Forward to Algiers Accord Implementation

[Ethiopian Herald] With official statement yet to come from the Asmara’s side following Ethiopia’s announcement to unconditionally implement the Algiers agreement, experts are advising to strike a balance between the border demarcation works and the fa…

[Ethiopian Herald] With official statement yet to come from the Asmara's side following Ethiopia's announcement to unconditionally implement the Algiers agreement, experts are advising to strike a balance between the border demarcation works and the fate of communities living along the borders to avoid inconveniences.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Govt Out to Improve Business Environment

[Daily News] EFFORTS to improve the business environment will receive a massive boost as the government plans to take on board recommendations from a blueprint for regulatory reforms to improve business environment in Tanzania from the 2018/19 financia…

[Daily News] EFFORTS to improve the business environment will receive a massive boost as the government plans to take on board recommendations from a blueprint for regulatory reforms to improve business environment in Tanzania from the 2018/19 financial year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘Children Deserve Free Medical Care

[Daily News] A CIVIL Society Organisation (CSO) has urged the government to provide free health insurance to each child in the country in order to help the state achieve the Universal Health Access goal by the year 2030.

[Daily News] A CIVIL Society Organisation (CSO) has urged the government to provide free health insurance to each child in the country in order to help the state achieve the Universal Health Access goal by the year 2030.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Eskom Scraps 0% Wage Offer as Gordhan Steps in to Bridge Divide with Workers

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Power utility Eskom has taken its 0% wage increase off the table and resumed negotiations with unions after an intervention by the Department of Public Enterprises, Eyewitness News reports.

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Power utility Eskom has taken its 0% wage increase off the table and resumed negotiations with unions after an intervention by the Department of Public Enterprises, Eyewitness News reports.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Can EPRDF Privatize Ethiopia Out of the Current Economic Conundrum?

[Addis Standard] It takes a simple scanning of daily headlines to learn that Ethiopia is changing. The country of 100 million people, third largest in Africa, hosting African Union, UNECA, the third largest diplomatic core in the world and regional off…

[Addis Standard] It takes a simple scanning of daily headlines to learn that Ethiopia is changing. The country of 100 million people, third largest in Africa, hosting African Union, UNECA, the third largest diplomatic core in the world and regional offices of various organizations, is witnessing a sea of changes in sectors as varied as economy and security.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Arusha Plans Labels for Tourist Vehicles

[Daily News] ARUSHA will soon release distinct stickers to denote all tourist vehicles, which deserve special treatment on roads, Regional Commissioner (RC) Mrisho Gambo stated here over the weekend.

[Daily News] ARUSHA will soon release distinct stickers to denote all tourist vehicles, which deserve special treatment on roads, Regional Commissioner (RC) Mrisho Gambo stated here over the weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Advocate Mwale, Three Others Lose Appeal Against DPP

[Daily News] COURT of Appeal has rejected an appeal by four petitioners, challenging the Director of Public Prosecutions’ (DPP) decision to drop the 40bn/- fraud and money laundering trial they were facing.

[Daily News] COURT of Appeal has rejected an appeal by four petitioners, challenging the Director of Public Prosecutions' (DPP) decision to drop the 40bn/- fraud and money laundering trial they were facing.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Heated Debate Pending As MPs Deliberate Budget

[Daily News] AS Members of Parliament (MPs) start debating the 2018/19 budget proposal today, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) Tanzania has welcomed the government’s revenue and expenditure plan, particularly on assistance to domestic manufacturers.

[Daily News] AS Members of Parliament (MPs) start debating the 2018/19 budget proposal today, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) Tanzania has welcomed the government's revenue and expenditure plan, particularly on assistance to domestic manufacturers.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania