Football Federation Defies National Sports Council Order On Polls

[Daily News] Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) General Secretary Mwesigwa Selestine said the federation’s general election will proceed as planned despite the National Sports Council (NSC) recent order to suspend the polls.

[Daily News] Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) General Secretary Mwesigwa Selestine said the federation's general election will proceed as planned despite the National Sports Council (NSC) recent order to suspend the polls.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Tanzanians See Corruption As the ‘Lesser Devil’ – Report

[Daily News] It is now clear that Tanzanians now see corruption as a lesser serious problem than was the case in previous years, which fits with President John Magufuli’s strong public posture against corruption and mismanagement, a new survey by the a…

[Daily News] It is now clear that Tanzanians now see corruption as a lesser serious problem than was the case in previous years, which fits with President John Magufuli's strong public posture against corruption and mismanagement, a new survey by the advocacy organisation, Twaweza, has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Urban Boys Group on Verge of Splitting

[New Times] Word reaching our desk is that all is not well with music group, Urban Boys. Last year’s Primus Guma-Guma Super Star winners are rumoured to be heading for a bitter spilt.

[New Times] Word reaching our desk is that all is not well with music group, Urban Boys. Last year's Primus Guma-Guma Super Star winners are rumoured to be heading for a bitter spilt.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Mawio Pays Price of Defiance As Govt Slaps a 24-Month Ban

[Daily News] Seven months after President John Magufuli signed the Media Services Bill 2016 into an Act, a Swahili tabloid, Mawio, becomes the first newspaper to face the wrath of the law.

[Daily News] Seven months after President John Magufuli signed the Media Services Bill 2016 into an Act, a Swahili tabloid, Mawio, becomes the first newspaper to face the wrath of the law.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Is Massob a Joke?

[Guardian] I reproduce here this column published in The Guardian on Sunday of November 23, 2015. I do not wish to say I told you so but to suggest that in the current heated climate of war of words following the ultimatum given by the Arewa Youths to …

[Guardian] I reproduce here this column published in The Guardian on Sunday of November 23, 2015. I do not wish to say I told you so but to suggest that in the current heated climate of war of words following the ultimatum given by the Arewa Youths to Ndigbo to leave the north by October 1, we would do well not to continue to treat IPOB, MASSOB and the Arewa Youths as misguided youthful irritants in our body politic.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

A Premier University and Its Unending Controversies

[Guardian] The recent closure of the University of Ibadan (UI) threw up some underlying issues that have continued to pit the students against the school management. In this piece, IYABO LAWAL examines the recurrent students’ unrest in the nation’s pre…

[Guardian] The recent closure of the University of Ibadan (UI) threw up some underlying issues that have continued to pit the students against the school management. In this piece, IYABO LAWAL examines the recurrent students' unrest in the nation's premier ivory tower.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kurasini Lined Up for Major Export Processing Zone Authority Hub

[Daily News] Establishment of the Kurasini Trade and Logistic Centre at Shimo la Udongo area takes off with the Export Processing Zone Authority (EPZA) announcing it is now looking for a developer to manage the project.

[Daily News] Establishment of the Kurasini Trade and Logistic Centre at Shimo la Udongo area takes off with the Export Processing Zone Authority (EPZA) announcing it is now looking for a developer to manage the project.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania