Bright Future Awaits Tanga Port Ahead of Oil Pipeline

[Daily News] Tanga -TANGA Port looks forward to a bright future, projecting to serve over five times the current consignment as a result of planned implementation of various construction projects, citing industries and Hoima-Tanga crude oil pipeline.

[Daily News] Tanga -TANGA Port looks forward to a bright future, projecting to serve over five times the current consignment as a result of planned implementation of various construction projects, citing industries and Hoima-Tanga crude oil pipeline.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Healing Programme Deepens Unity, Reconciliation in Gisagara District

[New Times] Several Genocide survivors in Gisagara District yesterday accepted to live peacefully with perpetrators who had asked for forgiveness for their role in the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi.

[New Times] Several Genocide survivors in Gisagara District yesterday accepted to live peacefully with perpetrators who had asked for forgiveness for their role in the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Solar-Powered Water Supply to Protect Against Crocodiles

[New Times] The national water utility agency has embarked on a Rwf80-million solar-powered borehole project that will serve as a quick and temporary intervention to save people living along the Nyabarongo River in Mageragere Sector, Nyarugenge Distric…

[New Times] The national water utility agency has embarked on a Rwf80-million solar-powered borehole project that will serve as a quick and temporary intervention to save people living along the Nyabarongo River in Mageragere Sector, Nyarugenge District, from deadly crocodiles.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Inauguration Day Sealed the Victory

[New Times] Last Friday, President Kagame, who recently won presidential election by a landslide, swore in to lead the country for a transitional seven-year term.The inaugural ceremony, which took place at Amahoro National Stadium, was incredibly glori…

[New Times] Last Friday, President Kagame, who recently won presidential election by a landslide, swore in to lead the country for a transitional seven-year term.The inaugural ceremony, which took place at Amahoro National Stadium, was incredibly glorious day. The ceremony sealed the victory and marked the start of the President's new term in office. The legitimacy of the President comes essentially from his election by the majority of Rwandans who cast their votes entrusting the incumbent to continue leading the coun

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Over Rwf220 Million Set Aside for Political Parties

[New Times] Barely a year before parliamentary elections, political parties under the National Consultative Forum of Political Parties (NFPO) can requisition up to Rwf20 million each in facilitation fees in the lead up to the polls, the Forum’s executi…

[New Times] Barely a year before parliamentary elections, political parties under the National Consultative Forum of Political Parties (NFPO) can requisition up to Rwf20 million each in facilitation fees in the lead up to the polls, the Forum's executive secretary Oswald Burasanzwe said last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

‘How Buhari’s Broadcast Will Raise or Crash Economy’

[Guardian] Lagos and Ado-Ekiti -Financial market operators and investors, both local and international, are waiting anxiously to take dramatic investment decisions as President Muhammadu Buhari makes his first official speech on the economy in 105 days.

[Guardian] Lagos and Ado-Ekiti -Financial market operators and investors, both local and international, are waiting anxiously to take dramatic investment decisions as President Muhammadu Buhari makes his first official speech on the economy in 105 days.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Dar Police Force Holds Six Over 337kg Elephant Tusks

[Daily News] POLICE in Dar es Salaam are holding six people in connection with illegal possession of 377 kilogrammes of ivory tusks, while the government has condemned the killing of a leading elephant conservationist, Wayne Lotter (51).

[Daily News] POLICE in Dar es Salaam are holding six people in connection with illegal possession of 377 kilogrammes of ivory tusks, while the government has condemned the killing of a leading elephant conservationist, Wayne Lotter (51).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Solidarity Takes Jeff Radebe to Court

[News24Wire] Solidarity will bring a case of racial discrimination against former justice minister Jeff Radebe over the promotion for magistrate Martin Kroukamp to a senior magistrate at Alberton Magistrate’s Court in 2014.

[News24Wire] Solidarity will bring a case of racial discrimination against former justice minister Jeff Radebe over the promotion for magistrate Martin Kroukamp to a senior magistrate at Alberton Magistrate's Court in 2014.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa