Former ATCL Boss Ordered to Pay Sh35 Million Fine

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Kisutu magistrate court has on Wednesday ordered former managing director of Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) David Mattaka and his fellows to pay a Sh35 million fine each or serve six years in jail after convicting them.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Kisutu magistrate court has on Wednesday ordered former managing director of Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) David Mattaka and his fellows to pay a Sh35 million fine each or serve six years in jail after convicting them.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Gladiators Trounce She Zebras

[Namibian] The Brave Gladiators opened their 2017 Council of Southern African Football Associations’ (Cosafa) senior women’s challenge with a resounding 4-0 thrashing of Botswana at the Barbourfields Stadium on Wednesday.

[Namibian] The Brave Gladiators opened their 2017 Council of Southern African Football Associations' (Cosafa) senior women's challenge with a resounding 4-0 thrashing of Botswana at the Barbourfields Stadium on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Now Govt Takes Back Manji Land

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Misfortunes never come singly. That aptly sums up businessman Yusuf Manji’s situation after Preident John Magufuli revoked ownership of his 714-acre farm in Kigamboni, Dar es Salaam.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Misfortunes never come singly. That aptly sums up businessman Yusuf Manji's situation after Preident John Magufuli revoked ownership of his 714-acre farm in Kigamboni, Dar es Salaam.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt Revokes Manji’s Farm Ownership

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli has revoked the ownership of 714 acre farm belonging to Quality Group chairman Mr Yusuph Manji and 5400 acre farm, which was owned by Amadori Company.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli has revoked the ownership of 714 acre farm belonging to Quality Group chairman Mr Yusuph Manji and 5400 acre farm, which was owned by Amadori Company.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

City Readies for U.S.$15 Million Water Meter Deal

[The Herald] Harare City Council has extended the Memorandum of Understanding with its Egyptian partner El-Sewedy Electrometer for the establishment of a $15 million pre-paid smart water meter manufacturing plant in Harare by 14 days to facilitate a fe…

[The Herald] Harare City Council has extended the Memorandum of Understanding with its Egyptian partner El-Sewedy Electrometer for the establishment of a $15 million pre-paid smart water meter manufacturing plant in Harare by 14 days to facilitate a feasibility study on the business.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bill Aims to Establish National Railway Company

[Daily News] Dodoma -Tanzania Railway Limited (TRL) and Reli Assets Holding Company (RAHCO) will soon disappear under the envisaged legislation that establishes the National Railway Company (NRC).

[Daily News] Dodoma -Tanzania Railway Limited (TRL) and Reli Assets Holding Company (RAHCO) will soon disappear under the envisaged legislation that establishes the National Railway Company (NRC).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

NPL Urges Teams to Use Otji Festival for Pre-Season

[Namibian] Namibia Premier League (NPL) chief administrator Tovey Hoebeb has urged top-flight teams to use the ‘Otji Festival’ as a pre-season tournament before the league kicks off.

[Namibian] Namibia Premier League (NPL) chief administrator Tovey Hoebeb has urged top-flight teams to use the 'Otji Festival' as a pre-season tournament before the league kicks off.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Apostolic Sects Appoint Their Own Ruling Party Patron

[The Herald] Several religious organisations representing churches in Zimbabwe met in Harare on Monday and appointed Zanu-PF Central Committee member Cde Jimayi Muduvuri as their patron, in a move they said was meant to bridge the gap between the churc…

[The Herald] Several religious organisations representing churches in Zimbabwe met in Harare on Monday and appointed Zanu-PF Central Committee member Cde Jimayi Muduvuri as their patron, in a move they said was meant to bridge the gap between the church and the country's political leadership.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe