Fifty Secondary Schools Selected for E-Schools Project

[Daily News] TIGO has selected 50 secondary schools as a launch-pad for its e-schools projects across the country, as part of its initiative to digitise secondary education by providing digital learning materials.

[Daily News] TIGO has selected 50 secondary schools as a launch-pad for its e-schools projects across the country, as part of its initiative to digitise secondary education by providing digital learning materials.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘Be Innovative to Solve Community Challenges’

[Daily News] HIGHER learning students have been advised to be in the forefront in solving various community challenges by being innovative and come up with various development ideals for the benefit of all people.

[Daily News] HIGHER learning students have been advised to be in the forefront in solving various community challenges by being innovative and come up with various development ideals for the benefit of all people.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Local Businessmen Eye Burundi Market

[Daily News] TANZANIA Trade Development Authority (TANTRADE) in partnership with Tanzanian Embassy in Burundi and Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA), have jointly organised a forum and trade exhibition aimed at exploiting the available business and investm…

[Daily News] TANZANIA Trade Development Authority (TANTRADE) in partnership with Tanzanian Embassy in Burundi and Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA), have jointly organised a forum and trade exhibition aimed at exploiting the available business and investment opportunities in Burundi.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

LAPF Avails 10bn/ – for Meat Processing Plant

[Daily News] LAPF Pension Fund (LAPF) has signed a shareholding contract for the construction and operation of a modern meat processing plant in Mvomero District, Morogoro Region.

[Daily News] LAPF Pension Fund (LAPF) has signed a shareholding contract for the construction and operation of a modern meat processing plant in Mvomero District, Morogoro Region.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Egypt and Controlling the Nile – From Mythologies to Real Politics

[Fahamu] River Nile is steeped in Egyptian mythology. But the waters of the Nile are a crucial resource for several other countries. Conflicts over the world’s longest river, even in recent times, have almost led to war. This should not be the case. Th…

[Fahamu] River Nile is steeped in Egyptian mythology. But the waters of the Nile are a crucial resource for several other countries. Conflicts over the world's longest river, even in recent times, have almost led to war. This should not be the case. The Nile waters must be managed as a source of cooperation and sustainable development for all the countries involved.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Restructuring Nigeria? Why Not Genuine Democracy?

[Fahamu] The current debate about “restructuring” Nigeria so as to meet the needs of the people is unenlightening. There is no clarity among the proponents about what restructuring means, to begin with. More importantly, pursuing national solutions bas…

[Fahamu] The current debate about "restructuring" Nigeria so as to meet the needs of the people is unenlightening. There is no clarity among the proponents about what restructuring means, to begin with. More importantly, pursuing national solutions based on ethnicity - when ethnic identity is a mere social construct - is backward. What Nigeria needs is democracy.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kenya Shows Africa the Way

[Fahamu] On 1 September 2017, the Supreme Court of Kenya delivered a historic ruling: it nullified the re-election of Uhuru Kenyatta as president citing irregularities in the 8 August poll. The ruling has important lessons for election management in Af…

[Fahamu] On 1 September 2017, the Supreme Court of Kenya delivered a historic ruling: it nullified the re-election of Uhuru Kenyatta as president citing irregularities in the 8 August poll. The ruling has important lessons for election management in Africa and the world.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Tunur in Tunisia – Another Case of Energy Colonialism

[Fahamu] A familiar ‘colonial’ scheme is being rolled out: the unrestricted flow of cheap natural resources from the Global South to the rich North, maintaining a profoundly unjust international division of labour. While fortress Europe builds walls an…

[Fahamu] A familiar 'colonial' scheme is being rolled out: the unrestricted flow of cheap natural resources from the Global South to the rich North, maintaining a profoundly unjust international division of labour. While fortress Europe builds walls and fences to prevent human beings from reaching its shores for sanctuary, it accepts no barriers to resource grabs.

source: AllAfrica News: Tunisia

DSE Lead Share Price Increase At Dar Bourse

[Daily News] DAR ES SALAAM Stock Exchange (DSE) PLC which has self-listed at the Dar bourse is leading other equities in share price increase, thank to speculation on future price movements.

[Daily News] DAR ES SALAAM Stock Exchange (DSE) PLC which has self-listed at the Dar bourse is leading other equities in share price increase, thank to speculation on future price movements.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania