Priest Rejects Expulsion From Ediofe Parish

[Monitor] Arua -A Catholic priest at Ediofe Cathedral Parish in Arua District has rejected his dismissal by the parish pastoral council, accusing the Arua Diocese Bishop, Sabino Ocan Odoki, of being behind his expulsion.

[Monitor] Arua -A Catholic priest at Ediofe Cathedral Parish in Arua District has rejected his dismissal by the parish pastoral council, accusing the Arua Diocese Bishop, Sabino Ocan Odoki, of being behind his expulsion.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Confiscation of Driver Permits to Cease

[New Times] The Government has launched a new hi-tech system that combines various services of the Rwanda National Police (RNP)’s Traffic and Road Safety department that were otherwise being handled manually.

[New Times] The Government has launched a new hi-tech system that combines various services of the Rwanda National Police (RNP)'s Traffic and Road Safety department that were otherwise being handled manually.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Musanze District Gets New Mayor

[New Times] Musanze District Council, yesterday, elected Jean Damascene Habyarimana as the new mayor, replacing Jean Claude Musabyimana, who was recently appointed as Northern Province Governor.

[New Times] Musanze District Council, yesterday, elected Jean Damascene Habyarimana as the new mayor, replacing Jean Claude Musabyimana, who was recently appointed as Northern Province Governor.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Political Turncoats Pose a Serious Threat to Democracy

[Citizen] It seems that party hopping has of late become a pastime for Tanzanian politicians. For reasons better known to themselves, a lot of them, from both the ruling party and opposition stables, have been busy playing ‘jumping ship’ – citing quest…

[Citizen] It seems that party hopping has of late become a pastime for Tanzanian politicians. For reasons better known to themselves, a lot of them, from both the ruling party and opposition stables, have been busy playing 'jumping ship' - citing questionable excuses that, at the end of the day leave one with more questions than answers.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Deaths That Left Political Scene the Poorer in 2016

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -“We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep.” That is William Shakespeare’s Prospero reflecting on the fleeting nature of drama and life in the world-acclaimed playwright’s romantic com…

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -"We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep." That is William Shakespeare's Prospero reflecting on the fleeting nature of drama and life in the world-acclaimed playwright's romantic comedy, The Tempest. Indeed, we have come to accept this sleep - death - as one fate that unites humanity.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

ZNCC Lobbies for ‘Capital Goods’ Quality Testing Exemption

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce says it will ask Government to remove capital equipment and machinery from the list of imported items that must be subjected to consignment-based quality assessment.The country’s lobby group for th…

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce says it will ask Government to remove capital equipment and machinery from the list of imported items that must be subjected to consignment-based quality assessment.The country's lobby group for the commercial sector, said the request for exemption of certain products from consignment-based testing would also entail premium products manufactured by reputable manufacturers or suppliers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

How Magufuli Is Likely to Improve Tanzania-Kenya Ties

[Citizen] Students of history will tell you that Tanzania-Kenya relations have gone the full circle – from a tight brotherhood to a near war break-out over the past 5O years.

[Citizen] Students of history will tell you that Tanzania-Kenya relations have gone the full circle - from a tight brotherhood to a near war break-out over the past 5O years.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Corruption Rife in MDC-T Run Councils – Tsvangirai

[The Herald] MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai has admitted that his councillors, particularly in Harare, are corrupt and is considering firing them if the scourge does not stop. Delivering a Christmas message to the opposition party structures in Hara…

[The Herald] MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai has admitted that his councillors, particularly in Harare, are corrupt and is considering firing them if the scourge does not stop. Delivering a Christmas message to the opposition party structures in Harare yesterday, Mr Tsvangirai warned the councillors that he would expel them the same way he did the Chitungwiza municipality where the entire council was fired for corruption.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe