Makonda – the Self-Made Man Many Love to Hate

[East African] Paul Makonda bust into the limelight in 2015, when he was accused of beating up retired judge Joseph Warioba, who was the chairman of Constitutional Review Commission. The judge had come up with a draft constitution that CCM did not like.

[East African] Paul Makonda bust into the limelight in 2015, when he was accused of beating up retired judge Joseph Warioba, who was the chairman of Constitutional Review Commission. The judge had come up with a draft constitution that CCM did not like.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Rebel Minister Nnauye Sacked. Will He Join Rebellion in CCM?

[East African] Nape Nnauye, 40, the man who was Information Minister until Wednesday, is described by admirers as a fearless man, who speaks his mind. A former publicity secretary for the ruling Chama cha Mapinduzi (CCM), he is credited with helping th…

[East African] Nape Nnauye, 40, the man who was Information Minister until Wednesday, is described by admirers as a fearless man, who speaks his mind. A former publicity secretary for the ruling Chama cha Mapinduzi (CCM), he is credited with helping the party romp to victory in the 2015 elections, after which President John Magufuli rewarded him with a ministerial post.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Same District Leads in Student Pregnancies – Officer Says

[Daily News] DESPITE constant government officials’ war against early pregnancies in schools, Same District has not done much to address the situation in comparison to the recent past.

[Daily News] DESPITE constant government officials' war against early pregnancies in schools, Same District has not done much to address the situation in comparison to the recent past.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt Hopes to Benefit From EAC Health and Scientific Expertise

[Iwacu] As Burundi hosts the 6th East African Health and Scientific Conference, the Public Health Ministry, says such regional undertaking has potentials to help the country cope with health issues.

[Iwacu] As Burundi hosts the 6th East African Health and Scientific Conference, the Public Health Ministry, says such regional undertaking has potentials to help the country cope with health issues.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Stigma, Discrimination Against HIV Victims Condemned

[Daily News] STIGMA and Discrimination remains a serious challenge in communities and workplaces, impeding efforts to reduce new HIV infections and adherence to treatment in the country.

[Daily News] STIGMA and Discrimination remains a serious challenge in communities and workplaces, impeding efforts to reduce new HIV infections and adherence to treatment in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Council Faces Implosion

[Financial Gazette] THE country’s 92 local authorities could lurch into serious financial crisis because the majority of their residents are no longer paying rates in anticipation of another debt cancellation as the country heads towards make-or-break …

[Financial Gazette] THE country's 92 local authorities could lurch into serious financial crisis because the majority of their residents are no longer paying rates in anticipation of another debt cancellation as the country heads towards make-or-break harmonised polls in 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Experts Brainstorm On Economy

[Namibian] WHEN a household is experiencing food shortages but decides not to eat the food they already have, they will most likely become malnourished.

[Namibian] WHEN a household is experiencing food shortages but decides not to eat the food they already have, they will most likely become malnourished.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Three in Trouble Over 6 Smuggled Vehicles

[Daily News] THREE businessmen, who allegedly stuffed into two containers six posh cars purporting to be second hand goods, were yesterday arraigned before a Dar es Salaam court, facing three economic charges, including occasioning loss of over 450m/- …

[Daily News] THREE businessmen, who allegedly stuffed into two containers six posh cars purporting to be second hand goods, were yesterday arraigned before a Dar es Salaam court, facing three economic charges, including occasioning loss of over 450m/- to the government.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania