Magufuli Dissolves and Ordered CDA to Move to New Capital

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli has disbanded the Capital Development Authority (CDA) on Monday and ordered that its property and activities be moved to the Dodoma Municipal Council.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli has disbanded the Capital Development Authority (CDA) on Monday and ordered that its property and activities be moved to the Dodoma Municipal Council.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Nigeria-Benin Rail Line Underway as Experts Discuss West African Infrastructure Projects

[Premium Times] A standard gauge rail line stretching from Parakou in Benin Republic will terminate in Ilorin, central Nigeria, upon completion, as part of a budding infrastructure rebirth aimed at unlocking potential investment opportunities in the We…

[Premium Times] A standard gauge rail line stretching from Parakou in Benin Republic will terminate in Ilorin, central Nigeria, upon completion, as part of a budding infrastructure rebirth aimed at unlocking potential investment opportunities in the West African sub-region.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Chief Government Chemist On the Spot Over Unregulated Chemical Business

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A tour on Monday at a godown that was seized with over 5,000 litres of restricted chemicals has exposed weaknesses in the office of the Government Chemist and Laboratory Agency (GCLA) in controlling importation, storage and sup…

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A tour on Monday at a godown that was seized with over 5,000 litres of restricted chemicals has exposed weaknesses in the office of the Government Chemist and Laboratory Agency (GCLA) in controlling importation, storage and supply of chemicals.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Why All the Effort to Sanitize Genocide Ideologue and Convicted Criminal Victoire Ingabire?

[News of Rwanda] Victoire Ingabire was tried and convicted of complicity in acts of terrorism, conspiracy against the government by use of war and terrorism, and genocide ideology, and in October 2012 sentenced to eight years’ imprisonment. Fifteen mon…

[News of Rwanda] Victoire Ingabire was tried and convicted of complicity in acts of terrorism, conspiracy against the government by use of war and terrorism, and genocide ideology, and in October 2012 sentenced to eight years' imprisonment. Fifteen months later, an appeal to the Supreme Court led to her sentence being increased to 15 years.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Rwanda On Alert Over Latest Cyber Threat

[New Times] Rwanda Information Society Authority (RISA) has pledged stronger cooperation with the public in enhancing cyber security for all computers in Rwanda amid an alert over an outbreak of a security attack that has affected over 150 countries.

[New Times] Rwanda Information Society Authority (RISA) has pledged stronger cooperation with the public in enhancing cyber security for all computers in Rwanda amid an alert over an outbreak of a security attack that has affected over 150 countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Attack On Journalists, Activists, Protesters in West, Central Africa Reach Dangerous Levels

[Premium Times] Human rights defenders, journalists and protesters in West and Central Africa are facing ever-higher levels of persecution, intimidation and violence, warned Amnesty International on Tuesday as it launched a new global campaign demandin…

[Premium Times] Human rights defenders, journalists and protesters in West and Central Africa are facing ever-higher levels of persecution, intimidation and violence, warned Amnesty International on Tuesday as it launched a new global campaign demanding an end to the onslaught of attacks against brave individuals standing up to injustice.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Things That Men Do Because of Women

[The Herald] I was a boy with milk on the nose as they say, and still at primary school, a rather perspicacious friend of mine, a little too world-wise for his age if you ask me, but not so bright in other ways, told me about a book he called “The adve…

[The Herald] I was a boy with milk on the nose as they say, and still at primary school, a rather perspicacious friend of mine, a little too world-wise for his age if you ask me, but not so bright in other ways, told me about a book he called "The adventures of Odysseus" and willy-nilly introduced me to Greek mythology.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe