TIRA Clamps Down Reinsurance Loose Ends

[Daily News] TANZANIA has to cough up some 300bn/- to reinsure entities abroad while retaining just 400bn/- annually. In cutting down the figure and boost the retention ratio, the Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority (TIRA) has issued Circular No. 5…

[Daily News] TANZANIA has to cough up some 300bn/- to reinsure entities abroad while retaining just 400bn/- annually. In cutting down the figure and boost the retention ratio, the Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority (TIRA) has issued Circular No. 55/2017 effective first day of January, next year (01-01-2018), setting out conditions for dealing with foreign reinsurers and brokers.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Relief Beckoning As Blood Services Set for Betterment

[Daily News] BLOOD testing services at the National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS) may soon become automated, a move expected to address human errors and improve efficiency, it has been learnt.

[Daily News] BLOOD testing services at the National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS) may soon become automated, a move expected to address human errors and improve efficiency, it has been learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Criminal Kills Policeman, He’s Subsequently Killed

[Daily News] A POLICE officer was shot dead by a hardcore bandit in Butiama District in Mara Region on Sunday afternoon, the Regional Police Commander (RPC) Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Jafari Mohamed confirmed on Monday.

[Daily News] A POLICE officer was shot dead by a hardcore bandit in Butiama District in Mara Region on Sunday afternoon, the Regional Police Commander (RPC) Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Jafari Mohamed confirmed on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Good News From Chairman Korkoya, But…

[Observer] National Elections Commission Chairman Jerome Korkoya yesterday called the Publisher of the Daily Observer, Kenneth Y. Best, to complain bitterly about the newspaper’s frequent and persistent calls on him and his boss, President Ellen Johnso…

[Observer] National Elections Commission Chairman Jerome Korkoya yesterday called the Publisher of the Daily Observer, Kenneth Y. Best, to complain bitterly about the newspaper's frequent and persistent calls on him and his boss, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, that the NEC Chairman should do his work credibly and faithfully in organizing a free, fair, credible and transparent election or step aside, or be fired.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

French Naval Vessel Docks At Banjul Port

[Foroyaa] A French naval vessel numbered ‘F790’, on December 9th 2017, docked at the Old Wharf of the Banjul port with the French Ambassador and senior naval officers on board.

[Foroyaa] A French naval vessel numbered 'F790', on December 9th 2017, docked at the Old Wharf of the Banjul port with the French Ambassador and senior naval officers on board.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

NAMs Dissatisfied With Budget Allocation for Youth

[Foroyaa] Some members of the National Assembly have expressed their dissatisfaction over the budget allocated for youth in the 2018 draft budget estimates. The budget allocated for the Ministry of Youth and Sport is D53, 110,784.

[Foroyaa] Some members of the National Assembly have expressed their dissatisfaction over the budget allocated for youth in the 2018 draft budget estimates. The budget allocated for the Ministry of Youth and Sport is D53, 110,784.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Soldiers Walk On Nyirenda’s Uhuru Footprint

[Daily News] A GROUP of soldiers from the Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF) have successfully followed the steps of Alex Nyirenda (pictured) by hoisting the National Flag atop Mount Kilimanjaro, making another history in East Africa.

[Daily News] A GROUP of soldiers from the Tanzania People's Defence Forces (TPDF) have successfully followed the steps of Alex Nyirenda (pictured) by hoisting the National Flag atop Mount Kilimanjaro, making another history in East Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Manneh’s Winner Adds to 10-Man Hawks’ Woes

[Foroyaa] It took a decisive spot-kick effort from Sulayman Manneh to hand Tallinding United a surprise win over a sluggish Football Federation Cup winners Hawks Football Club on Saturday.

[Foroyaa] It took a decisive spot-kick effort from Sulayman Manneh to hand Tallinding United a surprise win over a sluggish Football Federation Cup winners Hawks Football Club on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia