Majaliwa to Meet Shinyanga Cotton Growers Tomorrow

[Daily News] THE Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, is tomorrow expected to preside over Cotton stakeholders meeting in Shinyanga Municipality, where more than 1,000 participants from Shinyanga Region and other areas would also be invited.

[Daily News] THE Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, is tomorrow expected to preside over Cotton stakeholders meeting in Shinyanga Municipality, where more than 1,000 participants from Shinyanga Region and other areas would also be invited.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Glut Supply to Ease Meat Prices On Christmas

[Daily News] THE price of beef during Christmas is projected to rise at a nonalarming rate thanks to increase in supply. The supply, at Pugu market, increased to substantial rate after some cattle keepers seek refuge to sale their stocks following gove…

[Daily News] THE price of beef during Christmas is projected to rise at a nonalarming rate thanks to increase in supply. The supply, at Pugu market, increased to substantial rate after some cattle keepers seek refuge to sale their stocks following government crackdown to remove livestock at reserved forests.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Home Affairs Extends Working Hours

[Kingdom of Lesotho] The Ministry of Home Affairs has extended working hours in its departments of the Immigration Services, Passport Services and the National Identity and Civil Registry (NICR) in an effort to offer services to Basotho.

[Kingdom of Lesotho] The Ministry of Home Affairs has extended working hours in its departments of the Immigration Services, Passport Services and the National Identity and Civil Registry (NICR) in an effort to offer services to Basotho.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Sanlam Insurance Touts Agents On Modern Technology

[Daily News] GENERAL insurance agents have been implored on the use of modern technology in order to increase efficiency in the provision of insurance products and services.

[Daily News] GENERAL insurance agents have been implored on the use of modern technology in order to increase efficiency in the provision of insurance products and services.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Swaga Swaga Reserve Receives New ‘Occupants’

[Daily News] AROUND 400 wild animals have been relocated from the Chamwino State House in Dodoma and released into the Swaga-Swaga Game Reserve located 130 kilometres from the municipality.

[Daily News] AROUND 400 wild animals have been relocated from the Chamwino State House in Dodoma and released into the Swaga-Swaga Game Reserve located 130 kilometres from the municipality.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

ATMs Replace Mobile Phone Money Agents

[Daily News] MOBILE money customers can now withdraw cash through Automated Teller Machines (ATMs), thanks to technology advancement. The technology excludes mobile phone money agents and enable customers to make transactions twenty four hours a day, w…

[Daily News] MOBILE money customers can now withdraw cash through Automated Teller Machines (ATMs), thanks to technology advancement. The technology excludes mobile phone money agents and enable customers to make transactions twenty four hours a day, which is a big relief as most money agents open shops late and close earlier.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ministry Sets to Irrigate Over 3M Ha Land Introduces Drip System, Solar-Powered Pumping Tech.

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has targeted to irrigate 3.3 million hectares of land by the current crop season through participating over 7.7 million farmers across the country. In the eye of officials this is an encouraging move towards the utilization …

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has targeted to irrigate 3.3 million hectares of land by the current crop season through participating over 7.7 million farmers across the country. In the eye of officials this is an encouraging move towards the utilization of the country's estimated 10.1 million hectare of irrigable land.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Wosi Reinforces Calls for Passage of Anti FGM Law

[Observer] Women Solidarity Incorporated (WOSI) said it is disappointed that women and girls are still being subjected to inhumane and gruesome treatment in the name of tradition or culture in the country.

[Observer] Women Solidarity Incorporated (WOSI) said it is disappointed that women and girls are still being subjected to inhumane and gruesome treatment in the name of tradition or culture in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia