EACC, Land Ministry Partner to End Graft

[Nation] Lands ministry has partnered with the Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission (Eacc) in a bid to redeem its image as it wages war on graft in the lands sector.

[Nation] Lands ministry has partnered with the Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission (Eacc) in a bid to redeem its image as it wages war on graft in the lands sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Magu May Remain Acting Anti-Graft Chairman – Presidency

[Premium Times] The presidency on Tuesday gave the clearest indication yet that it would not succumb to the Senate and remove Ibrahim Magu as chairman of the anti-graft EFCC.

[Premium Times] The presidency on Tuesday gave the clearest indication yet that it would not succumb to the Senate and remove Ibrahim Magu as chairman of the anti-graft EFCC.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mineral Sands Probe – After the Science, Now the Real Food

[Daily News] President John Magufuli yesterday directed a new team sworn-in to probe mineral sands to conduct thorough investigations to establish the amount of containers that have been exported for the last 19 years.

[Daily News] President John Magufuli yesterday directed a new team sworn-in to probe mineral sands to conduct thorough investigations to establish the amount of containers that have been exported for the last 19 years.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

TSN Forum – Irrigation Key to a New Mwanza

[Daily News] Mwanza -Participants at the historic Mwanza Business Forum are expressing ‘guarded optimism’ over an ambitious shopping list on improved trade and investment within the Lake Zone, in particular, its hopes pegged on irrigation farming fed o…

[Daily News] Mwanza -Participants at the historic Mwanza Business Forum are expressing 'guarded optimism' over an ambitious shopping list on improved trade and investment within the Lake Zone, in particular, its hopes pegged on irrigation farming fed on Lake Victoria waters.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

We’ve Money Within Reach – Bank of Tanzania

[Daily News] Central Bank has promised financial markets a hefty boost of up to 500bn/- effective next week following a reduction, by BoT, of the proportion of requisite rate of deposits by financial institutions from 10 to 8 per cent.

[Daily News] Central Bank has promised financial markets a hefty boost of up to 500bn/- effective next week following a reduction, by BoT, of the proportion of requisite rate of deposits by financial institutions from 10 to 8 per cent.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania