Rungwe Offers to Defend Businessman

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The former presidential candidate for Chama cha Ukombozi wa Umma (Chauma), Mr Hashim Rungwe, has offered to defend a prominent businessman Ndama Shaban Hussein aka Ndama Mtoto wa Ng’ombe.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The former presidential candidate for Chama cha Ukombozi wa Umma (Chauma), Mr Hashim Rungwe, has offered to defend a prominent businessman Ndama Shaban Hussein aka Ndama Mtoto wa Ng'ombe.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

House of Cards – Law Enforcement Agencies Heading for a Showdown – With Each Other

[Daily Maverick] It was always only going to be a matter of time before IPID head Robert McBride, who was illegally suspended by Minister of Police Nathi Nhleko, would find himself a target again. McBride, like accidental Finance Minister Pravin Gordha…

[Daily Maverick] It was always only going to be a matter of time before IPID head Robert McBride, who was illegally suspended by Minister of Police Nathi Nhleko, would find himself a target again. McBride, like accidental Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, is seen as an obstacle: too independent-minded, too conscientious. McBride also knows a lot, too much for the liking of some. Forensic Investigator Paul O'Sullivan has also long been targeting officials in SAPS and the Hawks he believes to be corrupt. On Monday, Gauteng Ha

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Govt Loses Over Sh50 Billion Due to Wanton Tree Felling

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The government loses over Sh50 billion in revenue annually from forests in Dar es Salaam and Coast regions due to human activities such as tree felling.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The government loses over Sh50 billion in revenue annually from forests in Dar es Salaam and Coast regions due to human activities such as tree felling.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Landmines Claim 1 550

[The Herald] Landmines that were planted by the Rhodesian Army during the liberation struggle along the country’s northern and eastern borders, have to date killed more than 1 500 people and injured 2 000 others, Government said yesterday. Ministry of …

[The Herald] Landmines that were planted by the Rhodesian Army during the liberation struggle along the country's northern and eastern borders, have to date killed more than 1 500 people and injured 2 000 others, Government said yesterday. Ministry of Defence acting secretary Mr Denson Muvandi, said an estimated three million anti-personnel mines were laid in six distinct minefields with a cumulative distance of approximately 850km.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

What New At Boss Has in Store for the Sport

[Citizen] Arusha -Although not a typical villager, Wilhelm Gidabuday would occasionally put on his traditional ‘shuka’ as a symbol of identity for his pastoralist community in Hanang district, Manyara region whenever he moves around; be it in a village…

[Citizen] Arusha -Although not a typical villager, Wilhelm Gidabuday would occasionally put on his traditional 'shuka' as a symbol of identity for his pastoralist community in Hanang district, Manyara region whenever he moves around; be it in a village or town.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Achievers Awards a Success

[The Herald] “We need to come up together and invest in our arts sector hence those involved should be serious and professional rather doing their events haphazardly,” was a statement shared and echoed by some of the local prominent sponsors at the jus…

[The Herald] "We need to come up together and invest in our arts sector hence those involved should be serious and professional rather doing their events haphazardly," was a statement shared and echoed by some of the local prominent sponsors at the just-ended Zimbabwe Achievers Awards Gala dinner held at Maslow Hotel in Sandton.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Urges Cremation of Dead to Save Land

[The Herald] Local authorities have been urged to consider switching to cremations to save land as burial space is competing with other developmental projects. Speaking at the just ended Highshot Provisions organised Africa Local Government Economic Fo…

[The Herald] Local authorities have been urged to consider switching to cremations to save land as burial space is competing with other developmental projects. Speaking at the just ended Highshot Provisions organised Africa Local Government Economic Forum, Mayor of Lusaka, Zambia, Wilson Kalumba said cremation was a more eco-friendly way to bury and honour the dead."Speaking of graves. We do not have enough space as Lusaka. I know here in Zimbabwe you have enough land to bury your loved ones but I think it is time that

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mother of Five Babies Settles Bill, Discharged

[Citizen] Moshi -Ms Bahati Tabu, the 37-year-old Kenyan woman who delivered five babies after fleeing the doctors’ strike in her country, was yesterday discharged from Faraja Health Centre in Tanzania’s Himo District after settling her medical bill.

[Citizen] Moshi -Ms Bahati Tabu, the 37-year-old Kenyan woman who delivered five babies after fleeing the doctors' strike in her country, was yesterday discharged from Faraja Health Centre in Tanzania's Himo District after settling her medical bill.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya