Forex Dealer Killed Over Fake South African Rand Notes

[The Herald] Five Harare men who fatally assaulted a suspected fraudster appeared in court yesterday facing charges of murder. The five are Clement Radzokota (62), Taona Chiwanga (30), Hopewell Nyamukondiwa (37), Zorodzai Macheka (19) and Muchengeti Nd…

[The Herald] Five Harare men who fatally assaulted a suspected fraudster appeared in court yesterday facing charges of murder. The five are Clement Radzokota (62), Taona Chiwanga (30), Hopewell Nyamukondiwa (37), Zorodzai Macheka (19) and Muchengeti Ndoro (24). The five assaulted two forex dealers, the now deceased Ernest Nyarambi and his friend Owen Mupfuwa, who tried to dupe people by giving them fake South African rand notes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tarime Deserves Sugarcane Factory, Says Ms Suluhu

[Daily News] Tarime -It is high time a sugar factory as well as large scale sugarcane plantation is introduced in Tarime District in Mara Region and offer local employment opportunities to the residents who are mainly the youth.

[Daily News] Tarime -It is high time a sugar factory as well as large scale sugarcane plantation is introduced in Tarime District in Mara Region and offer local employment opportunities to the residents who are mainly the youth.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Defiant Council Executives Must Be Arrested – Residents

[New Zimbabwe] Harare City Council executives who defied a government directive to reduce their salaries must be arrested for refusing to appear before a tribunal appointed to look into the allegations, a residents’ organisation has said.

[New Zimbabwe] Harare City Council executives who defied a government directive to reduce their salaries must be arrested for refusing to appear before a tribunal appointed to look into the allegations, a residents' organisation has said.

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Football Boss Chiyangwa Outlines Afcon Bid

[The Herald] Following pledges from the Government and the PHD Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya, ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa has revealed an audacious move by his Association to bid for one of the major Confederation of African Football’s co…

[The Herald] Following pledges from the Government and the PHD Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya, ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa has revealed an audacious move by his Association to bid for one of the major Confederation of African Football's competitions in 2021.Chiyangwa was last month elected into CAF's organising committee for the African Cup of Nations where he deputises, Amaju Pinnick of Nigeria.

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Kuwait Releases U.S.$ 51 Million for Tabora Road Construction

[Daily News] Tanzania has received 51 million US dollars (over 110bn/-) financial boost from Kuwait for construction of the 85-kilometre Chaya-Nyahua road in Tabora region.

[Daily News] Tanzania has received 51 million US dollars (over 110bn/-) financial boost from Kuwait for construction of the 85-kilometre Chaya-Nyahua road in Tabora region.

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Govt to Avail Accommodation to Teachers

[The Herald] Government is engaging local authorities countrywide to avail land for schools to build houses for teachers, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education, Dr Sylvia Utete-Masango, has said.Speaking on the occasion…

[The Herald] Government is engaging local authorities countrywide to avail land for schools to build houses for teachers, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education, Dr Sylvia Utete-Masango, has said.Speaking on the occasion to mark the official presentation of the Secretary's Merit Award to Glen View 2 Primary School, Dr Utete-Masango said it was a priority for the ministry to ensure that teachers came to work from decent homes. "Whenever a new school is built, there should be teachers' acc

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Big Anti-Pollution Drive Set in Motion

[Daily News] Butiama -The Surface and Marine Transportation Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA) , in collaboration with the Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) has launched a week- long campaign targeting to check and possibly controlling emissions.

[Daily News] Butiama -The Surface and Marine Transportation Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA) , in collaboration with the Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) has launched a week- long campaign targeting to check and possibly controlling emissions.

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IDPs Flee Cameroon Camps After Militant Attacks

[VOA] Hundreds of internally displaced persons in northern Cameroon are deserting camps near the Nigerian border, saying they no longer feel safe after a series of suicide bombings.

[VOA] Hundreds of internally displaced persons in northern Cameroon are deserting camps near the Nigerian border, saying they no longer feel safe after a series of suicide bombings.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Procurement to Be Fine-Tuned

[Daily News] Arusha -Tanzania is set to embark on major reforms in public procurement system and harness eprocurement for improved transparency and efficiency, making procurement a strategic and not an administrative issue.

[Daily News] Arusha -Tanzania is set to embark on major reforms in public procurement system and harness eprocurement for improved transparency and efficiency, making procurement a strategic and not an administrative issue.

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Environ Fund Eyes 200 Billion/-, Annually

[Daily News] Butiama -National Environmental Trust Fund Board (NETFB) aims at collecting at least 200bn/- a year to fund a wide range of ambitious environmental conservation programmes and projects.

[Daily News] Butiama -National Environmental Trust Fund Board (NETFB) aims at collecting at least 200bn/- a year to fund a wide range of ambitious environmental conservation programmes and projects.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania