Opposition Seeks Judicial Review in Mdee, Bulaya, Mnyika Suspensions

[Citizen] The opposition bench has said it is seeking a judicial review with a view to be allowed to challenge the Parliament in court over its (the Parliament’s) decision to suspend its three legislators.

[Citizen] The opposition bench has said it is seeking a judicial review with a view to be allowed to challenge the Parliament in court over its (the Parliament's) decision to suspend its three legislators.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

How to Make Money From Mobile APPs

[Citizen] Mobile apps are known as the next gold rush and we are seeing the growth of apps in Africa as well. Tanzania is ripe for mobile apps due to an exploding population of more than 53 million people and high Internet penetration of about 40%. Tak…

[Citizen] Mobile apps are known as the next gold rush and we are seeing the growth of apps in Africa as well. Tanzania is ripe for mobile apps due to an exploding population of more than 53 million people and high Internet penetration of about 40%. Take a look at some of the most popular ideas on how you can start making money from your mobile app:

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Extension of Support for Childhood Centres

[Daily News] Tanga -Support for activities of Early Childhood Health Centers established several years ago in Tanga City under cooperation betweentheTanga City Council and a South Korean NGO, United Help for International Children (UHIC) has been exten…

[Daily News] Tanga -Support for activities of Early Childhood Health Centers established several years ago in Tanga City under cooperation betweentheTanga City Council and a South Korean NGO, United Help for International Children (UHIC) has been extended.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Stage Set to Renegotiate Mining Deals

[Daily News] As the dust is settling after the government agreed to resolve its dispute with Acacia Mining through discussion, the stage is now set for renegotiation of the mining deals that have been denying the country of its fair share from its mine…

[Daily News] As the dust is settling after the government agreed to resolve its dispute with Acacia Mining through discussion, the stage is now set for renegotiation of the mining deals that have been denying the country of its fair share from its mineral resources.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Directive On Police Roadblocks Laudable

[The Herald] Security before convenience. That’s our advice to Home Affairs Minister Dr Ignatius Chombo.While we welcome Government’s directive for police to reduce the number of roadblocks to four per province, measures must be put in place to ensure …

[The Herald] Security before convenience. That's our advice to Home Affairs Minister Dr Ignatius Chombo.While we welcome Government's directive for police to reduce the number of roadblocks to four per province, measures must be put in place to ensure that criminals do not party on our roads.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kwata Cricket Tournament in Outjo

[Namibian] Outjo celebrated the Day of the African Child in style on Saturday with a successful fun day in the format of a mini-cricket tournament where kids came together at the Etoshapoort Stadium to play against each other.

[Namibian] Outjo celebrated the Day of the African Child in style on Saturday with a successful fun day in the format of a mini-cricket tournament where kids came together at the Etoshapoort Stadium to play against each other.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

No T-Shirts and Placards With Slogans at ANC’s Policy Conference

[News24Wire] ANC deputy secretary general Jessie Duarte has warned policy conference delegates that there will be no space for campaigning for their favoured leaders.

[News24Wire] ANC deputy secretary general Jessie Duarte has warned policy conference delegates that there will be no space for campaigning for their favoured leaders.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa