TCRA Alerts On Cyber Illegal Money Transfers

[Daily News] Tanzania Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has cautioned users of mobile banking services in the country to take precautions, as there has been a wave of fraud in the system, as a result of the increased number of customers in the service.

[Daily News] Tanzania Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has cautioned users of mobile banking services in the country to take precautions, as there has been a wave of fraud in the system, as a result of the increased number of customers in the service.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Telecoms Firm TTCL’s Corporate Strategy Needs U.S.$300 Million

[Daily News] Mwanza -Tanzania Telecommunications Company Ltd (TTCL) is looking for 300 million US dollars (over 600bn/-) to roll out its communication strategy countrywide by December, this year.

[Daily News] Mwanza -Tanzania Telecommunications Company Ltd (TTCL) is looking for 300 million US dollars (over 600bn/-) to roll out its communication strategy countrywide by December, this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Sorry Farmers, These Rains May Leave You Licking Bruised Egos!

[The Herald] Obert Chifamba -If you’re curious where the phrase “raining cats and dogs” came from, add your name to the long list. Some think it originated in the 1500s, when roofs were commonly thatched and heavy downpours could send stray pets pummel…

[The Herald] Obert Chifamba -If you're curious where the phrase "raining cats and dogs" came from, add your name to the long list. Some think it originated in the 1500s, when roofs were commonly thatched and heavy downpours could send stray pets pummelling through rooftops.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bank Donates IT Equipment to Street Kids Body

[Nyasa Times] United Kingdom based Backlays Bank on Monday made an official handover of K32 Million package of assistance meant for the procurement of state of the art computer equipment and cash meant for the IT experts for the next two years to Chiso…

[Nyasa Times] United Kingdom based Backlays Bank on Monday made an official handover of K32 Million package of assistance meant for the procurement of state of the art computer equipment and cash meant for the IT experts for the next two years to Chisomo Children Club.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Firefighters Ambushed in Fake Fire Callout

[News24Wire] A firefighting team that responded to a report of a fire on Monday night emerged unscathed after being ambushed by a group of people in Crossroads, a City of Cape Town official said.

[News24Wire] A firefighting team that responded to a report of a fire on Monday night emerged unscathed after being ambushed by a group of people in Crossroads, a City of Cape Town official said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Mass Exodus to New Capital Dodoma Begins

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -At least 87 public servants in the President’s Office (Public Service Management and Good Governance) will be moving their offices to Dodoma effective yesterday.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -At least 87 public servants in the President's Office (Public Service Management and Good Governance) will be moving their offices to Dodoma effective yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Agriculture Minister Defies Court Order

[Nyasa Times] Opposition wants an explanation if indeed President Peter Mutharika approved Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development George Chaponda, who is currently on forced leave of office following an injunction granted by the High…

[Nyasa Times] Opposition wants an explanation if indeed President Peter Mutharika approved Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development George Chaponda, who is currently on forced leave of office following an injunction granted by the High Court restraining him from performing official duties, to travel to Germany on official duties.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

National Cricket, South Africa Meet

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE Cricket and their South African counterparts met in Harare on Saturday with both leaders committing to improving co-operation between the two countries.The discussions covered a wide-range of areas, including governance, cricket d…

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE Cricket and their South African counterparts met in Harare on Saturday with both leaders committing to improving co-operation between the two countries.The discussions covered a wide-range of areas, including governance, cricket development and technical support for ZC, the resource limitations and realities faced by both countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe