Starvation Looms Large As WFP Runs Out of Stock

[Daily News] UNITED Nations’ World Food Programme (WFP) has raised an alarm over funding deficit to feed 320,000 refugees in Kigoma, saying it needs 23.6 million US dollars (about 52bn/-) between now and December to supply food to the immigrants.

[Daily News] UNITED Nations' World Food Programme (WFP) has raised an alarm over funding deficit to feed 320,000 refugees in Kigoma, saying it needs 23.6 million US dollars (about 52bn/-) between now and December to supply food to the immigrants.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Idle Cashew Nut Factories to be Revived

[Daily News] Exports of raw cashew nuts will soon cease, thanks to the arrival of Vietnamese firms that have expressed interest to revive all idle factories and construct many more.

[Daily News] Exports of raw cashew nuts will soon cease, thanks to the arrival of Vietnamese firms that have expressed interest to revive all idle factories and construct many more.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

President to Open WHO Meeting

[The Herald] President Mugabe is today expected to open the 67th session of the World Health Organisation (WHO) regional committee meeting for Africa, which will run until Friday in Victoria Falls. The Head of State and Government and Commander- in-Chi…

[The Herald] President Mugabe is today expected to open the 67th session of the World Health Organisation (WHO) regional committee meeting for Africa, which will run until Friday in Victoria Falls. The Head of State and Government and Commander- in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces arrived in the resort town yesterday for the event. He was met at Victoria Falls International Airport by the Minister of State for Matabeleland North Provincial Affairs, Cde Cain Mathema, Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr David Parir

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Supreme Court Defers Ruling On Applications

[Nation] The ruling on the applications filed by the parties in the presidential election petition has been deferred to 7pm, Supreme Court Registrar Esther Nyaiyaki has said.

[Nation] The ruling on the applications filed by the parties in the presidential election petition has been deferred to 7pm, Supreme Court Registrar Esther Nyaiyaki has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Cement Producer Risks Closure

[The Herald] The country’s largest cement producer, PPC Zimbabwe has hinted on a possibility to shut down its Collen Bawn plant in Gwanda citing pressure from cheap imported clinker by other producers and smuggled cement, which frustrate its operations…

[The Herald] The country's largest cement producer, PPC Zimbabwe has hinted on a possibility to shut down its Collen Bawn plant in Gwanda citing pressure from cheap imported clinker by other producers and smuggled cement, which frustrate its operations. The Collen Bawn factory is the backbone of PPZ operations in the country responsible for lime mining and production of clinker, a major raw material in cement manufacturing. PPC Zimbabwe is part of the four producers of cement in the country that include Sino Zim, Larfa

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Harmonise Processes to Boost Trade – Kenya

[East African] Kenyan business people have cited restrictions, costly regulations, non-harmonisation of standards, harassment and multiple verifications of goods by Tanzanian authorities, as some of the factors feeding the trade wars between the two co…

[East African] Kenyan business people have cited restrictions, costly regulations, non-harmonisation of standards, harassment and multiple verifications of goods by Tanzanian authorities, as some of the factors feeding the trade wars between the two countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

NTBS – Tanzanian Traders Cite Several Anti-EAC Kenyan Laws

[East African] Tanzanian traders are accusing the Nairobi administration of selectively applying regulations such as the Rules of Origin, thus hindering free trade between the two countries as envisioned by the East Africa Common Market Protocol.

[East African] Tanzanian traders are accusing the Nairobi administration of selectively applying regulations such as the Rules of Origin, thus hindering free trade between the two countries as envisioned by the East Africa Common Market Protocol.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Housing Co-Ops Feel Ban Pinch, Sue Minister Kasukuwere

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe National Cooperatives Federation (ZNCF), a grouping of housing cooperatives, has resolved to take local government minister, Saviour Kasukuwere, to court for barring them from selling housing stands to home seekers.

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe National Cooperatives Federation (ZNCF), a grouping of housing cooperatives, has resolved to take local government minister, Saviour Kasukuwere, to court for barring them from selling housing stands to home seekers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe