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

Again, Buhari Misses FEC Meeting

[Vanguard] President Muhammadu Buhari has again stayed away from the regular Wednesday meeting of the Federal Executive Council. FEC, currently holding at the meeting of the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

[Vanguard] President Muhammadu Buhari has again stayed away from the regular Wednesday meeting of the Federal Executive Council. FEC, currently holding at the meeting of the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

CAF Shifts Serengeti Boys Base in Gabon

[Daily News] National Under-17 soccer team, Serengeti Boys base in the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon has been shifted from Port Gentil and the team will now play its matches in capital Libreville.

[Daily News] National Under-17 soccer team, Serengeti Boys base in the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon has been shifted from Port Gentil and the team will now play its matches in capital Libreville.

source: AllAfrica News: Gabon

Zuma, Corruption and the Arms Deal – the Gift That Just Keeps On Giving

[Daily Maverick] Details in an apparently “explosive” affidavit filed by politically connected attorney, Ajay Sooklal, in the Pretoria High Court and claiming that President Jacob Zuma requested him not to divulge to the Seriti Commission into the arms…

[Daily Maverick] Details in an apparently "explosive" affidavit filed by politically connected attorney, Ajay Sooklal, in the Pretoria High Court and claiming that President Jacob Zuma requested him not to divulge to the Seriti Commission into the arms deal that he [Zuma] had received gifts and bribes, have been in the public realm since 2014. Corruption Watch and the Right2Know Campaign, who launched a court bid in September 2016 challenging the findings of the Seriti Commission and seeking to have the outcome set aside,

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘Dead’ Rukwa Herdboy Resurfaces After 10 Months

[Daily News] Sumbawanga -A 20-year old man from Tunyi Village, Kalambo District of Rukwa Region, believed to have been killed and devoured by a hyena ten months ago, has resurfaced.

[Daily News] Sumbawanga -A 20-year old man from Tunyi Village, Kalambo District of Rukwa Region, believed to have been killed and devoured by a hyena ten months ago, has resurfaced.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Exciting Opportunity for Investors in Oromia State

[Ethiopian Herald] Sir John Boyd Orr, a Scottish biologist and politician who received the Nobel Peace Prize for his scientific researches, once said, “When the fabric of society is so rigid that it cannot change quickly enough, adjustments are achieve…

[Ethiopian Herald] Sir John Boyd Orr, a Scottish biologist and politician who received the Nobel Peace Prize for his scientific researches, once said, "When the fabric of society is so rigid that it cannot change quickly enough, adjustments are achieved by social unrest and revolutions." It seems that significant adjustments and improvements are becoming very evident in the nation in general and in Oromia State in particular since the social unrest last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia