What Makes Young African Muslims Join Jihadi Groups?

[Deutsche Welle] Many young Africans hope that extremist groups will help them escape poverty, hopelessness and frustration. A new United Nations report warns that the problem is getting worse.

[Deutsche Welle] Many young Africans hope that extremist groups will help them escape poverty, hopelessness and frustration. A new United Nations report warns that the problem is getting worse.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Tanzania, South Africa Envisage Liberation Centre

[Daily News] IN an effort to recognise the spirit of solidarity and cooperation, the governments of Tanzania and South Africa will set up a centre for the African Liberation Heritage Programme (ALHP) which will house a museum, library and archive.

[Daily News] IN an effort to recognise the spirit of solidarity and cooperation, the governments of Tanzania and South Africa will set up a centre for the African Liberation Heritage Programme (ALHP) which will house a museum, library and archive.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Cape Town Taxi Drivers’ Strike Marred By Violence

[GroundUp] There was violence across Cape Town on Monday as taxi drivers went on strike. Several people were injured, buses were stoned and some were set alight. By the afternoon, the strike had been called off.

[GroundUp] There was violence across Cape Town on Monday as taxi drivers went on strike. Several people were injured, buses were stoned and some were set alight. By the afternoon, the strike had been called off.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Media Bosses Meet in Belt and Road Initiative

[Daily News] THE 2017 Media Cooperation Forum on Belt and Road opened in China’s ancient town of Dunhuang yesterday brought together more than 250 media managers and practitioners from various countries across the world.

[Daily News] THE 2017 Media Cooperation Forum on Belt and Road opened in China's ancient town of Dunhuang yesterday brought together more than 250 media managers and practitioners from various countries across the world.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Simba Coach Hails Sky-High Leap

[Daily News] NEVER recorded before, Simba’s ten goals in just three matches, Emmanuel Okwi’s rare six-goal gain in just 180 minutes added by the team’s 270-minute clean-sheet, all are symbols of valour to the head coach Joseph Omog.

[Daily News] NEVER recorded before, Simba's ten goals in just three matches, Emmanuel Okwi's rare six-goal gain in just 180 minutes added by the team's 270-minute clean-sheet, all are symbols of valour to the head coach Joseph Omog.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

South Africa Needs to Sober Up to Save Itself From Sickly State-Owned Enterprises

[The Conversation Africa] The South African government is said to be seriously considering selling its stake in telecommunication firm, Telkom, in order to save the troubled South African Airways (SAA). This has brought back debates about what is the right thing to do around the country’s state owned enterprises. Sibonelo Radebe asked Seán Muller to weigh up the options.

[The Conversation Africa] The South African government is said to be seriously considering selling its stake in telecommunication firm, Telkom, in order to save the troubled South African Airways (SAA). This has brought back debates about what is the right thing to do around the country's state owned enterprises. Sibonelo Radebe asked Seán Muller to weigh up the options.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Makamba Rallies Behind Protection of River Mara

[Daily News] SUSTAINABLE conservation of Mara River that forms an integral part of Masai-Serengeti ecosystem is of critical importance for the Tanzania and Kenya’s tourism sector development.

[Daily News] SUSTAINABLE conservation of Mara River that forms an integral part of Masai-Serengeti ecosystem is of critical importance for the Tanzania and Kenya's tourism sector development.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

TBL Emerges Top Trading At DSE

[Daily News] TANZANIA Breweries Limited (TBL) emerged the top trading equity at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) last week at 95 per cent of the market share.

[Daily News] TANZANIA Breweries Limited (TBL) emerged the top trading equity at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) last week at 95 per cent of the market share.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Revenue Service Vs KPMG – a Tale of Two Four-Letter Words

[Daily Maverick] So deep are the divisions between some of those in government and some of those in the ANC, and so desperate are the attempts to gloss over them, that if your head is spinning, it’s not you, it’s them. On Monday morning SARS and its co…

[Daily Maverick] So deep are the divisions between some of those in government and some of those in the ANC, and so desperate are the attempts to gloss over them, that if your head is spinning, it's not you, it's them. On Monday morning SARS and its commissioner, Tom Moyane, publicly criticised, rebuked and attacked the auditing firm KPMG for repudiating its own report on what we could now call the "non-rogue" unit at SARS. At around the same time, the ANC, through its study group in Parliament, rebuked KPMG for waiting so

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Italians Dole Out 3bn/ – for Cattle Herdsmen

[Daily News] PASTORALIST communities in Arusha have received a major boost from the Italian Agency for Cooperation and Development which has doled out 1.16 million Euros (more than 3bn/-) in funding change effect studies.

[Daily News] PASTORALIST communities in Arusha have received a major boost from the Italian Agency for Cooperation and Development which has doled out 1.16 million Euros (more than 3bn/-) in funding change effect studies.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania