Malawi Commits to Halve Maternal and Neonatal Deaths Over Next Five Years

[Graça Machel Trust] Lilongwe -Malawi has joined eight other African countries in Africa and South East Asia to make a commitment to reduce by half maternal and new-born death as well as still-born births in the next five years.

[Graça Machel Trust] Lilongwe -Malawi has joined eight other African countries in Africa and South East Asia to make a commitment to reduce by half maternal and new-born death as well as still-born births in the next five years.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

National Policy On Kiswahili On Cards

[Daily News] The government plans to introduce a national policy on Kiswahili in order to facilitate growth of the international language. Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Mr Nape Nnauye said in Dar es Salaam yesterday that the new n…

[Daily News] The government plans to introduce a national policy on Kiswahili in order to facilitate growth of the international language. Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Mr Nape Nnauye said in Dar es Salaam yesterday that the new national policy will address challenges facing the growth of Kiswahili language. "Previously, Kiswahili was just part of the national policy on culture.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Cop Nabbed for Fabricating Drug Abuse Cases

[Daily News] Arusha -The police force in Arusha Region has taken a new approach in the fight against narcotics by taking stock of its own staff and right now, Corporal Zakayo D/ CPL has been arrested for allegedly fabricating such cases against innocen…

[Daily News] Arusha -The police force in Arusha Region has taken a new approach in the fight against narcotics by taking stock of its own staff and right now, Corporal Zakayo D/ CPL has been arrested for allegedly fabricating such cases against innocent citizens.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Weekly Tabloid Published Seditious Words – Witness

[Daily News] A prosecution witness, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Salum Hamduni, yesterday told the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam that words published in a weekly tabloid, ‘Mawio’ Newspaper, in January last year, over Zan…

[Daily News] A prosecution witness, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Salum Hamduni, yesterday told the Kisutu Resident Magistrate's Court in Dar es Salaam that words published in a weekly tabloid, 'Mawio' Newspaper, in January last year, over Zanzibar were seditious.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Yanga Will Not Be Carried Away – Coach

[Daily News] Young Africans will not get carried away by the mammoth 5-1 first leg win over Comoro side Ngaya Club de Mde in their African Champions League preliminary round tie, assistant coach Juma Mwambusi has said.

[Daily News] Young Africans will not get carried away by the mammoth 5-1 first leg win over Comoro side Ngaya Club de Mde in their African Champions League preliminary round tie, assistant coach Juma Mwambusi has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Only Five Public Submissions On SABC Interim Report, So Far

[News24Wire] Only five submissions have been made on the SABC inquiry’s interim report thus far, the ad hoc committee looking into the broadcaster’s board has said.

[News24Wire] Only five submissions have been made on the SABC inquiry's interim report thus far, the ad hoc committee looking into the broadcaster's board has said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Dar es Salaam Port Services Impress DR Congo

[Daily News] Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has pledged to continue using Dar es Salaam port for imports and exports due to its safety and vicinity to their country.

[Daily News] Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has pledged to continue using Dar es Salaam port for imports and exports due to its safety and vicinity to their country.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Libyan Officials Rape Most Young Ladies in Detention – Nigerian Returnees

[Vanguard] Nigerian returnees from Libya have appealed to federal and state governments to provide job opportunities for Nigerian youths to prevent them from endangering their lives looking for greener pasture abroad.

[Vanguard] Nigerian returnees from Libya have appealed to federal and state governments to provide job opportunities for Nigerian youths to prevent them from endangering their lives looking for greener pasture abroad.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria