Famous Black Rhino Eliska Dies

[Citizen] Female black rhino Eliska, who was sent to Tanzania’s Mkomazi National Park, her natural homeland, from the Czech Dvur Kralove zoo in June 2016, has died.

[Citizen] Female black rhino Eliska, who was sent to Tanzania's Mkomazi National Park, her natural homeland, from the Czech Dvur Kralove zoo in June 2016, has died.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

ILO Seeks New Strategies for SMEs to Access Loans

[Vanguard] International Labour Organisation, ILO, has called on policy-makers to look into ways to make it easier for small and medium enterprises, SMEs, to access such external funding.

[Vanguard] International Labour Organisation, ILO, has called on policy-makers to look into ways to make it easier for small and medium enterprises, SMEs, to access such external funding.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Irish Minister Stresses Independent, Quality Journalism

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Ireland Minister for the Diaspora and Overseas Development, Ciaran Cannon T.D has stressed on effective and crucial role that the media play in ensuring accountability and transparency and thus promoting democratic values throu…

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Ireland Minister for the Diaspora and Overseas Development, Ciaran Cannon T.D has stressed on effective and crucial role that the media play in ensuring accountability and transparency and thus promoting democratic values through encouraging vibrant public debate.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘Nervous’ AB Hitting It Better Than Ever

[News24Wire] Proteas star AB de Villiers was at his absolute best on Wednesday as he smashed 176 off 104 in his side’s 104-run victory over Bangladesh in Paarl on Wednesday.

[News24Wire] Proteas star AB de Villiers was at his absolute best on Wednesday as he smashed 176 off 104 in his side's 104-run victory over Bangladesh in Paarl on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Team of Journalists Leaves for Study Tour in China

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A high-level delegation of journalists led by the deputy director from ministry of Information, Mr Rodney Mbuya, has left to the People’s Republic of China for a 10 day training programme aimed at enriching the Tanzania-China r…

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A high-level delegation of journalists led by the deputy director from ministry of Information, Mr Rodney Mbuya, has left to the People's Republic of China for a 10 day training programme aimed at enriching the Tanzania-China relationship.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Mujuru a Vendor, Says Party Spokesperson

[New Zimbabwe] Opposition National People’s Party (NPP) spokesperson Jeffreyson Chitando is in a spot of bother after an unguarded “vendor” slur as internal ructions continue to rock the party.

[New Zimbabwe] Opposition National People's Party (NPP) spokesperson Jeffreyson Chitando is in a spot of bother after an unguarded "vendor" slur as internal ructions continue to rock the party.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Oman Assures Tanzania of Commitment to Industrial Growth

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The King of Oman, Sayyid Al Said, has assured Tanzania of his country’s commitment to investing in industries, oil and gas as well as adding value to minerals being extracted in the country.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The King of Oman, Sayyid Al Said, has assured Tanzania of his country's commitment to investing in industries, oil and gas as well as adding value to minerals being extracted in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

MP Chinotimba Confronts Minister Over ‘Rhodesian’ Style Regime

[New Zimbabwe] Zanu PF legislator Joseph Chinotimba has challenged government to explain why it still subjected citizens to Rhodesian style forms of oppression through pegging fuel prices at far higher prices than those obtaining in neighbouring countr…

[New Zimbabwe] Zanu PF legislator Joseph Chinotimba has challenged government to explain why it still subjected citizens to Rhodesian style forms of oppression through pegging fuel prices at far higher prices than those obtaining in neighbouring countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe