Mysterious Fire Shreds 5 Shops In Kasama

Mysterious fire has swept through some shops situated at Craft Center near the Airtel tower in Kasama town center destroying goods worth thousands of kwacha. It is believed that the fire started from an electric spark but originated from the … Continued

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Mysterious fire has swept through some shops situated at Craft Center near the Airtel tower in Kasama town center destroying goods worth thousands of kwacha. It is believed that the fire started from an electric spark but originated from the shop which doesn’t have electricity. Scores of people who rushed to the scene on Wednesday May 10, 2017 found fire fighters in full swing trying to put out the flames at around 18hrs. The DC and the mayor were all present with scores of Kasama residents watching in disbelief. Mulilansolo ward councillor Aaron Zimba whose shop is among the five affected expressed shock and hoped that the fire could be quenched in good time so that more goods could be saved. “Am so shocked because the fire is believed to have started from an electric spark but its genesis is from the shop which doesn’t have electricity,” Zimba said. The cement in Zimba’s shop survived the inferno. By 18:20hrs, fire fighters managed to rescue some goods from less affected shops. The post Mysterious Fire Shreds 5 Shops In Kasama appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Tanzania Opens Its Arms to South African Investors

[Citizen] As South African President Jacob Zuma arrives in Dar es Salaam tonight, Tanzania is welcoming businessmen from South Africa to invest on manufacturing industries to boost economies of the two countries.

[Citizen] As South African President Jacob Zuma arrives in Dar es Salaam tonight, Tanzania is welcoming businessmen from South Africa to invest on manufacturing industries to boost economies of the two countries.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

MP Wants Kiswahili to Be Used in EALA Candidates Questioning

[Citizen] Dodoma -Some Members of Parliament have demanded for use of national language in fielding questions for candidates who vie for East African Legislative Assembly (Eala) slots.

[Citizen] Dodoma -Some Members of Parliament have demanded for use of national language in fielding questions for candidates who vie for East African Legislative Assembly (Eala) slots.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Salum Mwalimu Names Magufuli, Majaliwa, Mbowe to Campaign for EALA Seat

[Citizen] Dodoma -Salum mwalimu, one of six contestants for east African Legislative Assembly (Eala) contestants from Chadema, used names of prominent leaders in the country to lure Members of Parliament to elect him.

[Citizen] Dodoma -Salum mwalimu, one of six contestants for east African Legislative Assembly (Eala) contestants from Chadema, used names of prominent leaders in the country to lure Members of Parliament to elect him.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Karatu Road Tragedy – Police Explain the High Death Toll

[Citizen] Arusha -The death toll in the Lucky Vincent school bus crash near Karatu which killed 32 pupils 2 teachers and 1 driver could have been lower had there been seat belts in the ill-fated bus.

[Citizen] Arusha -The death toll in the Lucky Vincent school bus crash near Karatu which killed 32 pupils 2 teachers and 1 driver could have been lower had there been seat belts in the ill-fated bus.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Thoughts On LSE’s ‘Companies to Inspire Africa’

[This Day] With the new report released by the London Stock Exchange on ‘Companies to Inspire Africa’, experts admit that the report has further affirmed that Africa’s burgeoning population holds the key to the region’s economic fortunes.

[This Day] With the new report released by the London Stock Exchange on 'Companies to Inspire Africa', experts admit that the report has further affirmed that Africa's burgeoning population holds the key to the region's economic fortunes.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Battles Rage for Power

[Namibian] THE scramble for top positions in Swapo heated up over recent weeks as acting party president Hage Geingob and his rivals have started campaigning intensely behind the scenes for control of the ruling party over the next five years.

[Namibian] THE scramble for top positions in Swapo heated up over recent weeks as acting party president Hage Geingob and his rivals have started campaigning intensely behind the scenes for control of the ruling party over the next five years.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia