Queen of Ivory Case Adjourned

[Daily News] Hearing of the case facing the alleged Queen of Ivory, Chinese, Yang Feng Clan (66), charged with leading organized crime and unlawful dealing in government trophies worth 5.4bn/- will continue on January 16, this year.

[Daily News] Hearing of the case facing the alleged Queen of Ivory, Chinese, Yang Feng Clan (66), charged with leading organized crime and unlawful dealing in government trophies worth 5.4bn/- will continue on January 16, this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Assist Ladysmith Police to Locate Missing Woman

[SAPS] Thobile Kunene (30) left her home in Acaciavale Ladysmith on 18 October 2016. She was destined for the Ladysmith CBD to purchase groceries at the time. She cannot be contacted and has not made contact with her family since. She is of average bui…

[SAPS] Thobile Kunene (30) left her home in Acaciavale Ladysmith on 18 October 2016. She was destined for the Ladysmith CBD to purchase groceries at the time. She cannot be contacted and has not made contact with her family since. She is of average build with black medium length hair and brown eyes. Thobile was wearing a black dress and black shoes at the time of her disappearance.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Building of R90 Million Tar Road Through Limpopo Village to Resume Following Protests

[News24Wire] The construction of a R90m tarred road through an impoverished Limpopo village, which was blocked by a group of protesters, is expected to resume next week after a local municipality was granted a court interdict.

[News24Wire] The construction of a R90m tarred road through an impoverished Limpopo village, which was blocked by a group of protesters, is expected to resume next week after a local municipality was granted a court interdict.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange Bear Run Due to Global Trend

[Daily News] The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) ended the fourth quarter last year on a bearish position with almost all indicators declining save the bonds market that posted positive trend.

[Daily News] The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) ended the fourth quarter last year on a bearish position with almost all indicators declining save the bonds market that posted positive trend.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

PSPF Hails ‘Impressive’ Monthly Remittances

[Daily News] The Public Service Pensions Fund (PSPF) has described as ‘an impressive’ trend in government’s disbursement of monthly contributions for its employees to the latter.

[Daily News] The Public Service Pensions Fund (PSPF) has described as 'an impressive' trend in government's disbursement of monthly contributions for its employees to the latter.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt Wants Arms Law Reviewed Due to Pastoralists’ Conflicts

[Daily News] Morogoro -The government will review the law governing possession of weapons should incidents of attacks between farmers and pastoralists persist, Home Affairs Minister Mwigulu Nchemba vowed yesterday.

[Daily News] Morogoro -The government will review the law governing possession of weapons should incidents of attacks between farmers and pastoralists persist, Home Affairs Minister Mwigulu Nchemba vowed yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Cricket Body Reschedules Pro 10 Fixture

[Daily News] Dar es Salaam Regional Cricket Committee has announced changes in the fixtures of the two major cricket competitions that were temporarily halted during the festive season.

[Daily News] Dar es Salaam Regional Cricket Committee has announced changes in the fixtures of the two major cricket competitions that were temporarily halted during the festive season.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania