India to Finance Water Project for Tabora

[Daily News] The government of India has signed a contract of 268.35 million US dollars with Tanzania through the Ministry of Water and Irrigation in a quest to improve water supply projects in Tabora Region.

[Daily News] The government of India has signed a contract of 268.35 million US dollars with Tanzania through the Ministry of Water and Irrigation in a quest to improve water supply projects in Tabora Region.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Press Freedom Is Limited – Journalists Speak Out

[Monitor] World Freedom Press Day is celebrated every May 3rd. Today we talk to journalists, and friends of journalists about their experiences in the field and how far they feel Uganda has come as far as press freedom is concerned.

[Monitor] World Freedom Press Day is celebrated every May 3rd. Today we talk to journalists, and friends of journalists about their experiences in the field and how far they feel Uganda has come as far as press freedom is concerned.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Untapped Labour – What Uganda Could Be Losing?

[Monitor] Had Robert Olal*, 26, a journalist, were to be employed and earning Shs1 million monthly (gross), government would be deducting Shs222,500 Pay as You Earn (PAYE) from his salary. And, his employer would be topping up Olal’s Shs50, 000 monthly…

[Monitor] Had Robert Olal*, 26, a journalist, were to be employed and earning Shs1 million monthly (gross), government would be deducting Shs222,500 Pay as You Earn (PAYE) from his salary. And, his employer would be topping up Olal's Shs50, 000 monthly contributions to the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) with Shs100,000.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Noun Law Graduates Petition Senate Over Exclusion From Law School

[Premium Times] The law graduates of the National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN, have sent a 20-point petition to the Senate over their exclusion from the Nigerian Law School programme.

[Premium Times] The law graduates of the National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN, have sent a 20-point petition to the Senate over their exclusion from the Nigerian Law School programme.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Aroma of Euro Leagues Captures Azam Star

[Daily News] Taifa Stars and Azam player, Himid Mao Mkami has joined the list of East African players seeking contracts to play in European leagues. Himid,:I who is reported seeking a contract to play for a Danish club, Randers FC will undergo a two we…

[Daily News] Taifa Stars and Azam player, Himid Mao Mkami has joined the list of East African players seeking contracts to play in European leagues. Himid,:I who is reported seeking a contract to play for a Danish club, Randers FC will undergo a two week trail before signing a contract.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Investors Fined for Ruaha River Bank Degrade

[Daily News] Iringa\ -The National Environment Management Council (NEMC) has slapped a 10m/- fine to two investors in Kilolo District for degrading the environment of the Great Ruaha River and conducting illegal business near the river.

[Daily News] Iringa\ -The National Environment Management Council (NEMC) has slapped a 10m/- fine to two investors in Kilolo District for degrading the environment of the Great Ruaha River and conducting illegal business near the river.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

MaxMalipo IPO Plans in Advanced Stages

[Daily News] A leading electronic payment solutions provider, Maxcom Africa, bid to go public has reached an advanced stage and its public offer is expected in this year.

[Daily News] A leading electronic payment solutions provider, Maxcom Africa, bid to go public has reached an advanced stage and its public offer is expected in this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Strong Demand for Beef Pushes Up Prices, Supply

[Daily News] High demand for cattle meat in Dar es Salaam Region this month could be the driving force for increased supply and prices during the period compared to the preceding month.

[Daily News] High demand for cattle meat in Dar es Salaam Region this month could be the driving force for increased supply and prices during the period compared to the preceding month.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania