Used Clothes Imports ‘Bad for Tanzania’

[Citizen] Survival in the Tanzanian market for small tailors is increasingly becoming difficult due to the market being flooded with cheap imported secondhand clothing, popularly known as mitumba, The Citizen has learnt.

[Citizen] Survival in the Tanzanian market for small tailors is increasingly becoming difficult due to the market being flooded with cheap imported secondhand clothing, popularly known as mitumba, The Citizen has learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

A Few Tips for Parliamentarians On Developing Rules for Impeachment of a Sitting President

[Daily Maverick] The rules committee of the NA faces an extremely difficult task to determine exactly what types of conduct by the President would warrant impeachment. A related problem is that the construct of a reasonable person, often used in the la…

[Daily Maverick] The rules committee of the NA faces an extremely difficult task to determine exactly what types of conduct by the President would warrant impeachment. A related problem is that the construct of a reasonable person, often used in the law, is - of course - a fiction.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Talks On Airtel Ownership Set to Start – Govt

[Citizen] Finance and Planning minister Philip Mpango said yesterday that the government and Bhati Airtel had agreed to start talks on repossession of 60 per cent of Airtel Tanzania shares.

[Citizen] Finance and Planning minister Philip Mpango said yesterday that the government and Bhati Airtel had agreed to start talks on repossession of 60 per cent of Airtel Tanzania shares.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

New Sign of UK Relations Thawing

[Financial Gazette] THE permanent under-secretary in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Simon McDonald, arrived in the country this week, the second high-profile British government representative to visit Zimbabwe inside three months, in another sign…

[Financial Gazette] THE permanent under-secretary in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Simon McDonald, arrived in the country this week, the second high-profile British government representative to visit Zimbabwe inside three months, in another sign of thawing relations between Harare and Whitehall.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Safety Education Crucial As Gas Use Rises Nationally

[Citizen] Domestic and industrial use of natural gas in Tanzania is already on the rise and may very well spread to other areas, such as motor vehicle fuel. As East Africa’s second largest economy, Tanzania is also home to some 57 trillion cubic feet o…

[Citizen] Domestic and industrial use of natural gas in Tanzania is already on the rise and may very well spread to other areas, such as motor vehicle fuel. As East Africa's second largest economy, Tanzania is also home to some 57 trillion cubic feet of natural gas deposits, much of those in the country's southeastern regions and offshore

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Emmerson Mnangagwa Heads for Davos

[Financial Gazette] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa will mark his first appearance at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland in a fortnight’s time, presidential spokesman, George Charamba told The Financial Gazette yesterday.

[Financial Gazette] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa will mark his first appearance at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland in a fortnight's time, presidential spokesman, George Charamba told The Financial Gazette yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Letter From America – Will Mnangagwa Take Away Cheese From MDC?

[Financial Gazette] ALL eyes are on Zimbabwe. President Emmerson Mnangagwa is in the same situation that Robert Mugabe was in, 1980, but with one proviso. In 1980 the world lay at Mugabe’s feet and he could do no wrong. He was walking on water.

[Financial Gazette] ALL eyes are on Zimbabwe. President Emmerson Mnangagwa is in the same situation that Robert Mugabe was in, 1980, but with one proviso. In 1980 the world lay at Mugabe's feet and he could do no wrong. He was walking on water.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

No Fee Guarantee From NSFAF

[Namibian] MOST students who received letters of acknowledgement from the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund might not register at their chosen tertiary institutions because there is no guarantee of funding.

[Namibian] MOST students who received letters of acknowledgement from the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund might not register at their chosen tertiary institutions because there is no guarantee of funding.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Mining Bill Falls Short – Lawyer

[Lesotho Times] The government is currently reviewing the country’s mining legislation in order to ensure that these laws enable the mining sector to significantly contribute to the country’s socio economic development.

[Lesotho Times] The government is currently reviewing the country's mining legislation in order to ensure that these laws enable the mining sector to significantly contribute to the country's socio economic development.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho