Hubby Killer’s Trial Delays

[Zambia Reports] Murder accused Precious Longwe had another vain trip at court this morning with another of her cases over alleged theft of K200, 000 failing to take off.

[Zambia Reports] Murder accused Precious Longwe had another vain trip at court this morning with another of her cases over alleged theft of K200, 000 failing to take off.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Ministry Invites Foreign Firms to Invest in Sports

[Daily News] Deputy Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Anastazia Wambura has called for more support to sports from private and public firms, so as to ensure its sustainable development.

[Daily News] Deputy Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Anastazia Wambura has called for more support to sports from private and public firms, so as to ensure its sustainable development.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Corruption Trial Against Football Federation Officials Starts

[Daily News] Trial of two senior officials with the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF), Martin Mecky and Juma Matandika, took off at the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday with a prosecution witness accounting the distribution of 25m/- demanded as bribe.

[Daily News] Trial of two senior officials with the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF), Martin Mecky and Juma Matandika, took off at the Kisutu Resident Magistrate's Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday with a prosecution witness accounting the distribution of 25m/- demanded as bribe.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Night Landing Due Soon At Arusha, Mbeya

[Daily News] Two local airports that have always been ‘afraid of the dark,’ will soon start operating at night, following plans to upgrade Arusha and Mbeya airports. Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) Director General, Hamza Johari, said his inst…

[Daily News] Two local airports that have always been 'afraid of the dark,' will soon start operating at night, following plans to upgrade Arusha and Mbeya airports. Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) Director General, Hamza Johari, said his institution was mulling to instal runway edge lights on the Arusha Airport's plane taxiing ground and the same case applies to Mbeya Airport in Southern Highlands, which also work only during the day.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

PDP Senators Protest, Walk Out From Senate Sitting

[Premium Times] Members of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the Nigerian Senate have staged a walk out from the chamber, following uproar that trailed the defection of Yele Omogunwa to the ruling All Progressives Congress.

[Premium Times] Members of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the Nigerian Senate have staged a walk out from the chamber, following uproar that trailed the defection of Yele Omogunwa to the ruling All Progressives Congress.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Burundian Refugees Influx in Tanzania Poses Challenges to World Food Programme

[Daily News] The influx of Burundi refugees in Tanzania poses major challenges to the World Food Programme (WFP) as it experiences a shortfall in funding, it was disclosed yesterday.

[Daily News] The influx of Burundi refugees in Tanzania poses major challenges to the World Food Programme (WFP) as it experiences a shortfall in funding, it was disclosed yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Laz Weigh in On Amos Chanda’s Remarks On Judiciary

[Zambia Reports] The legal maelstrom stirred by Special Assistant to President Edgar Lungu, Amos Chanda on the judiciary has got the belated attention of the Law Association of Zambia that has sprung to the defence of the judiciary.

[Zambia Reports] The legal maelstrom stirred by Special Assistant to President Edgar Lungu, Amos Chanda on the judiciary has got the belated attention of the Law Association of Zambia that has sprung to the defence of the judiciary.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Prisons Flooded By Child Support Defaulters

[New Zimbabwe] THE harsh economic conditions in the country have resulted in many failing to comply with maintenance orders, resulting in a spike in the number of alimony defaulters sent to jail.

[New Zimbabwe] THE harsh economic conditions in the country have resulted in many failing to comply with maintenance orders, resulting in a spike in the number of alimony defaulters sent to jail.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe