Mwijage Steps Into Prof Muhongo’s Shoes

[Citizen] Dodoma -Industry, Trade and Investment Minister Charles Mwijage is tabling the budget for the Ministry of Energy and Minerals as the docket is vacant following sacking of Prof Sospeter Muhongo. Prof Sospeter Muhongo was sacked effectively fro…

[Citizen] Dodoma -Industry, Trade and Investment Minister Charles Mwijage is tabling the budget for the Ministry of Energy and Minerals as the docket is vacant following sacking of Prof Sospeter Muhongo. Prof Sospeter Muhongo was sacked effectively from May 24 this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Tigo’s Jaza Ujazwe Irritates MP

[Citizen] Dodoma -Tigo’s “Jaza Ujazwe” irritates MP Joseph Msukuma (Geita Rural-CCM) who sought Speaker’s guidance over it, saying that the advert should be banned as it has negative connotation in Kiswahili and Tanzanian cultures.

[Citizen] Dodoma -Tigo's "Jaza Ujazwe" irritates MP Joseph Msukuma (Geita Rural-CCM) who sought Speaker's guidance over it, saying that the advert should be banned as it has negative connotation in Kiswahili and Tanzanian cultures.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

NNPC – Indonesia to Increase Crude Oil Purchases From Nigeria

[This Day] Abuja -The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) wednesday disclosed that Indonesia, a South East Asian country, has indicated its interest to buy more crude oil from Nigeria above the current 18 per cent that it does.

[This Day] Abuja -The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) wednesday disclosed that Indonesia, a South East Asian country, has indicated its interest to buy more crude oil from Nigeria above the current 18 per cent that it does.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Investor Confidence, Tax Regime Worry Legislators

[Citizen] Dodoma -Debate on the ministry of Finance and Planning ended yesterday with Members of Parliament expressing their concern over investor confidence and tax policies, which they said were shaking Tanzania’s economy.

[Citizen] Dodoma -Debate on the ministry of Finance and Planning ended yesterday with Members of Parliament expressing their concern over investor confidence and tax policies, which they said were shaking Tanzania's economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania