TTCL Out to Boost Customer Care Services

[Daily News] Dodoma -Tanzania elecommunications Company Limited (TTCL), the public mobile network operator, has started to improve its customer care unit in order to provide its customers with timely and reliable services.

[Daily News] Dodoma -Tanzania elecommunications Company Limited (TTCL), the public mobile network operator, has started to improve its customer care unit in order to provide its customers with timely and reliable services.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Simiyu Trade Forum Starts

[Daily News] Simiyu -A business forum kicks off today in Simiyu Region that is expected to change mindset of the area residents to come up with new ideas in trade aimed at improving their livelihoods.

[Daily News] Simiyu -A business forum kicks off today in Simiyu Region that is expected to change mindset of the area residents to come up with new ideas in trade aimed at improving their livelihoods.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Court Quashes 6 Billion/ – Costs in ‘Samaki’ Case

[Daily News] The High Court in Dar es Salaam has dismissed the application of an owner of a fishing vessel in a trial, commonly known as Samaki wa Magufuli case, who is demanding 6bn/- as compensations.

[Daily News] The High Court in Dar es Salaam has dismissed the application of an owner of a fishing vessel in a trial, commonly known as Samaki wa Magufuli case, who is demanding 6bn/- as compensations.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

MPs Push for National Centre for Children With ‘Sensitive’ Disabilities

[New Times] The Government should set up a national centre to look after children with sensitive disabilities to help parents who are stuck and without a place to give them proper education and care, legislators have recommended.

[New Times] The Government should set up a national centre to look after children with sensitive disabilities to help parents who are stuck and without a place to give them proper education and care, legislators have recommended.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

State Agencies Join Forces for Multi-Billion Shillings Pharmaceutical Plant

[Daily News] Simiyu -Various government institutions have teamed up to execute a 250bn/- pharmaceutical industry in Simiyu region, with prospects of saving billions of public funds in importation of medicines.

[Daily News] Simiyu -Various government institutions have teamed up to execute a 250bn/- pharmaceutical industry in Simiyu region, with prospects of saving billions of public funds in importation of medicines.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Lusaka-based Plastic Recycling Firm Shut For Exposing Workers To Harm

The Zambia Environmental Management Agency (ZEMA) has closed a company in Lusaka’s Makeni area for subjecting its workers to hazardous working conditions and polluting the environment. Sabstic Limited which is specialised in recycling plastics was shut on Friday after a … Continued

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The Zambia Environmental Management Agency (ZEMA) has closed a company in Lusaka’s Makeni area for subjecting its workers to hazardous working conditions and polluting the environment. Sabstic Limited which is specialised in recycling plastics was shut on Friday after a night raid by ZEMA inspectors. The company further had its director arrested for repeatedly disobeying ZEMA orders to comply with environmental concerns raised by the agency. ZEMA director general John Msimuko disclosed that ZEMA acted after receiving frequent complaints from the community about the fumes emanating from Sabstic and the indiscriminate disposing off of plastics that posed a health concern. “We have been following this issue for quite sometime and after the complaints we repeatedly got from the surrounding community, our officers were sent to the company premises several times and discovered that even workers were working without the necessary protective gear,†he said. “We then wrote to the company management advising them that we had suspended their operating license until they put in place the measures we had recommended but we were disobeyed.†He said ZEMA was left without any option but close down the company. “This matter is proceeding to court because we have further discovered that the same company has completely gone against the conditions under which they were given their operating license,†Msimuko added. “We don’t take pride in closing down companies but the business community must abide by the laws governing environmental issues around the areas they operate in.†The post Lusaka-based Plastic Recycling Firm Shut For Exposing Workers To Harm appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Appeal Court Summons Briton Over Tigo Deal

[Daily News] Court of Appeal has summoned a Briton, James Alan Bell, to the hearing of an application on the controversial sale of 34,479 shares in MIC Tanzania Limited, TIGO, to Golden Globe International Services Limited.

[Daily News] Court of Appeal has summoned a Briton, James Alan Bell, to the hearing of an application on the controversial sale of 34,479 shares in MIC Tanzania Limited, TIGO, to Golden Globe International Services Limited.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Magufuli Intensifies Anti-Drug Campaign

[Daily News] President John Magufuli yesterday tasked Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa, the Chairperson of the Drug Control and Enforcement Authority (DCEA), to spearhead the crackdown on illicit drugs in the country.

[Daily News] President John Magufuli yesterday tasked Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa, the Chairperson of the Drug Control and Enforcement Authority (DCEA), to spearhead the crackdown on illicit drugs in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania