Only 14% of Tanzanians Get Bank Services – Official

[Citizen] Mbeya -The Treasury Registrar, Dr Oswald Mashindano, has said although financial institutions like banks provide services in the country, only 14 per cent of Tanzanians have access to such services.

[Citizen] Mbeya -The Treasury Registrar, Dr Oswald Mashindano, has said although financial institutions like banks provide services in the country, only 14 per cent of Tanzanians have access to such services.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Another Democratic Party Stalwart Laid to Rest With a Call for Reconciliation

[Monitor] Rakai -Democratic Party stalwart and senior counsel, Edward Damulira Muguluma, who succumbed to diabetes on Monday has been laid to rest at his ancestral home at Niinzi, Kalisizo Town Council in Rakai District with a call to democratic Party …

[Monitor] Rakai -Democratic Party stalwart and senior counsel, Edward Damulira Muguluma, who succumbed to diabetes on Monday has been laid to rest at his ancestral home at Niinzi, Kalisizo Town Council in Rakai District with a call to democratic Party members to reconcile, unite and learn from the fallen heroes.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

New Mirama Hills Road Changes Ntungamo Life

[Monitor] The newly constructed Ntungamo-Mirama Hills road and Mirama-Kagitumba One Stop Border Post (OSBP) facility have brought relief transporters and trans-boundary traders, travellers and the residents of Ntungamo district.

[Monitor] The newly constructed Ntungamo-Mirama Hills road and Mirama-Kagitumba One Stop Border Post (OSBP) facility have brought relief transporters and trans-boundary traders, travellers and the residents of Ntungamo district.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Amnesty Report – Army Clears Officers of War Crimes

[Daily Trust] The Nigerian Army yesterday exonerated some retired senior army officers indicted by Amnesty International (AI) in its report on war crimes during internal security operations in the Northeast.

[Daily Trust] The Nigerian Army yesterday exonerated some retired senior army officers indicted by Amnesty International (AI) in its report on war crimes during internal security operations in the Northeast.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Man Cons Ten Ugandans of Shs 30 Million for Jobs in Canada

[Monitor] Kampala -The quest for employment can be explained by Mr Yusuf Mukasa’s cunning acts to extort Shs30m from ten youths promising to help them secure jobs in Canada.

[Monitor] Kampala -The quest for employment can be explained by Mr Yusuf Mukasa's cunning acts to extort Shs30m from ten youths promising to help them secure jobs in Canada.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Two Die As North Darfur Rescue Team Takes Fire

[Radio Dabanga] Taweisha / Sirba -Two people were shot dead and 10 other injured in a clash between livestock thieves and a local rescue team from Umkutkut village north of Taweisha in North Darfur on Sunday.

[Radio Dabanga] Taweisha / Sirba -Two people were shot dead and 10 other injured in a clash between livestock thieves and a local rescue team from Umkutkut village north of Taweisha in North Darfur on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Warring South Darfur Tribes Agree On Truce

[Radio Dabanga] Sesabana -Leaders of the Gimir and Rizeigat tribes signed an agreement at Sesabana, south of Katila in South Darfur, stipulating a cessation hostilities, opening of grazing tracks, pastures, water sources for livestock, and markets unti…

[Radio Dabanga] Sesabana -Leaders of the Gimir and Rizeigat tribes signed an agreement at Sesabana, south of Katila in South Darfur, stipulating a cessation hostilities, opening of grazing tracks, pastures, water sources for livestock, and markets until a reconciliation conference is convened within the next few days.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan