Firm Seeks U.S.$60 Million for New Flats, Houses

[The Herald] Conrad Mwanawashe -THE National Building Society is in the market to raise over $60 million for housing projects through a funding strategy that includes additional capital from the shareholder and external lines of credit, managing direct…

[The Herald] Conrad Mwanawashe -THE National Building Society is in the market to raise over $60 million for housing projects through a funding strategy that includes additional capital from the shareholder and external lines of credit, managing director Ken Chitando said. The society is also looking at the possibility of floating a bond when it grows its loan book. The capital raising mix will involve an injection of $45 million by the society's major shareholder, the National Social Security Authority, and $15 million from external ins

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Some Factories in Arusha Have Been ‘Turned Into Churches’

[Daily News] Arusha -More than 60 per cent of factories that were vibrant in Arusha after Independence, have all closed down, with the buildings that used to house them being converted into religious premises, Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa was tol…

[Daily News] Arusha -More than 60 per cent of factories that were vibrant in Arusha after Independence, have all closed down, with the buildings that used to house them being converted into religious premises, Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa was told on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Group Committed to Promoting Education of Needy Girls

[Nyasa Times] Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust says it will leave no stone unturned in its efforts to mobilize enough resources to support education of needy girls in the country.

[Nyasa Times] Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust says it will leave no stone unturned in its efforts to mobilize enough resources to support education of needy girls in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

State Keen On Reducing Taxes, Levies

[Daily News] Vice-President Ms Samia Suluhu Hassan has said that plans were underway to review tax legislations in the country in order to reduce the multiple taxes and levies imposed on traders.

[Daily News] Vice-President Ms Samia Suluhu Hassan has said that plans were underway to review tax legislations in the country in order to reduce the multiple taxes and levies imposed on traders.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Equities Market Up 13,46%

[The Herald] THE equities market rose 13,46 percent month on month to 137,08 levels, registering a 20-day run in November, its longest consecutive gain since dollarisation in 2009. Of the 21 trading days in the month, the equities market was only negat…

[The Herald] THE equities market rose 13,46 percent month on month to 137,08 levels, registering a 20-day run in November, its longest consecutive gain since dollarisation in 2009. Of the 21 trading days in the month, the equities market was only negative on November 2, and positive in the remainder of the trading sessions. Total turnover for the month was $23,46 million, the highest monthly turnover in 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Jah Prayzah, Diamond Platnumz Concert Thrills

[The Herald] The much-hyped Watora Mari Concert, which featured Jah Prayzah and Tanzania’s Diamond Platnumz, lived up to its billing at Harare International Conference Centre last Friday. The musicians proved that language is no barrier in music. Altho…

[The Herald] The much-hyped Watora Mari Concert, which featured Jah Prayzah and Tanzania's Diamond Platnumz, lived up to its billing at Harare International Conference Centre last Friday. The musicians proved that language is no barrier in music. Although the show started two hours later than scheduled, it was worth the wait as local artistes who included T Gonz, Trevor Dongo, Extra Large, ExQ and Stunner gave their best.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Citizens Expect a Lot From You, Premier Tells Health Workers

[New Times] The Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has challenged health workers in the country to step up the quality of services they give to citizens since a lot is expected from them.

[New Times] The Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has challenged health workers in the country to step up the quality of services they give to citizens since a lot is expected from them.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

MCU Mode of Handling Students’ Issues Exemplary – Ministry of Education Permanent Secretary

[Daily News] Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Ms Maimuna Tarish has expressed the need for higher learning institutions in the country to emulate Moshi Cooperative University on how to handle issues pertaining to…

[Daily News] Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Ms Maimuna Tarish has expressed the need for higher learning institutions in the country to emulate Moshi Cooperative University on how to handle issues pertaining to students.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania