Magufuli Intervenes in Student Death

[Daily News] SIX police officers and 40 civilians have been arrested as President John Magufuli yesterday demanded thorough investigation on the National Institute of Transport (NIT) first year student’s death. The 22-year old Akwilina Maftah was struc…

[Daily News] SIX police officers and 40 civilians have been arrested as President John Magufuli yesterday demanded thorough investigation on the National Institute of Transport (NIT) first year student's death. The 22-year old Akwilina Maftah was struck by a stray bullet and died last Friday while traveling in a bus.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Resources Hamper Land Reform in //Karas

[Namibian] The land reform ministry’s regional head in the //Karas region, Albertus Engelbrecht, says shortages of transport and limited financial resources hamper service delivery.

[Namibian] The land reform ministry's regional head in the //Karas region, Albertus Engelbrecht, says shortages of transport and limited financial resources hamper service delivery.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Tariff Hike for Five Water Utilities Approved

[Times of Zambia] The National Water Supply and Sanitation Council (NWASCO) has granted applications of no objection to implement approved water tariffs for 2018 to five water utility companies.

[Times of Zambia] The National Water Supply and Sanitation Council (NWASCO) has granted applications of no objection to implement approved water tariffs for 2018 to five water utility companies.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Women Players in Tourism to Meet in Serengeti

[Daily News] WOMEN operators in tourism industry will meet for a one-day symposium dubbed ‘Women in Tourism 2018’ in Serengeti National Park this week to discuss the role of women in society and participation of women in the labour market.

[Daily News] WOMEN operators in tourism industry will meet for a one-day symposium dubbed 'Women in Tourism 2018' in Serengeti National Park this week to discuss the role of women in society and participation of women in the labour market.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

It’s Not Business As Usual, Says New Agriculture Minister

[Namibian] Newly appointed minister of agriculture Alpheus !Naruseb has urged employees at his ministry to adhere to cost-cutting measures introduced by the Office of the Prime Minister.

[Namibian] Newly appointed minister of agriculture Alpheus !Naruseb has urged employees at his ministry to adhere to cost-cutting measures introduced by the Office of the Prime Minister.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

State Policies Should Seek to Support Small-Scale Farmers

[Daily News] Dodoma -FORMER Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda has called for urgent reassessment of the government policies on the question of improving productivity to smallholder farmers and the quest to intensify industrial growth.

[Daily News] Dodoma -FORMER Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda has called for urgent reassessment of the government policies on the question of improving productivity to smallholder farmers and the quest to intensify industrial growth.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Bolstering Small Business With Plan

[Ethiopian Herald] Most of the time Ethiopians that participate in small scale trades are not seen charting out business plans, according to experts in the field and elites. And those who have the bent to plan are pron to copying. What is the reason be…

[Ethiopian Herald] Most of the time Ethiopians that participate in small scale trades are not seen charting out business plans, according to experts in the field and elites. And those who have the bent to plan are pron to copying. What is the reason behind the problem? How could it be solved?

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

The February 19 (Yekatit 12) Massacre Its Lessons in History

[Ethiopian Herald] Italy’s military and political humiliation at the Battle of Adwa in 1896 by Ethiopian peasant forces was a spiritual wound in the long list of grudges that underpinned its renewed desire for revenge on the world’s stage. This time, i…

[Ethiopian Herald] Italy's military and political humiliation at the Battle of Adwa in 1896 by Ethiopian peasant forces was a spiritual wound in the long list of grudges that underpinned its renewed desire for revenge on the world's stage. This time, it made extensive preparations for 40 years before advancing on Ethiopia.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia