Spotileo Brings English Premier League Thrills

[Daily News] The ongoing ‘SpotiLeo’ promotions knocked at Viva Park in Tabata, Dar es Salaam, on buzzing Boxing Day, where ecstasy Chelsea supporters in the country now believe their team will lift the English Premier League (EPL) title this season.

[Daily News] The ongoing 'SpotiLeo' promotions knocked at Viva Park in Tabata, Dar es Salaam, on buzzing Boxing Day, where ecstasy Chelsea supporters in the country now believe their team will lift the English Premier League (EPL) title this season.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Yes, Prisoners Have Dignity Too

[Daily News] It has come to light that the tailoring units under the Prisons Department will undergo major renovations in the coming financial year in order to enable them to produce enough uniforms for warders, officers and prisoners. This will enable…

[Daily News] It has come to light that the tailoring units under the Prisons Department will undergo major renovations in the coming financial year in order to enable them to produce enough uniforms for warders, officers and prisoners. This will enable the department to refrain from roping in private dealers in making the uniforms.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

China, Sao Tome and Principe Resume Diplomatic Ties

[Focac] Beijing -China and Sao Tome and Principe resumed diplomatic relations in Beijing on Monday, after the west African nation cut “diplomatic ties” with Taiwan last week.

[Focac] Beijing -China and Sao Tome and Principe resumed diplomatic relations in Beijing on Monday, after the west African nation cut "diplomatic ties" with Taiwan last week.

source: AllAfrica News: São Tomé and Príncipe

Govt Should Interface, Not Interfere With Civil Society Work in Northern Uganda

[Monitor] The development challenge in northern Uganda since peace returned in the region nearly a decade ago is shifting away from causes attributed to past skirmishes between the Lord’s Resistance Army and government troops, to effects of the insurge…

[Monitor] The development challenge in northern Uganda since peace returned in the region nearly a decade ago is shifting away from causes attributed to past skirmishes between the Lord's Resistance Army and government troops, to effects of the insurgency, one of which manifests as fast population growth.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Soldier Loses Ak-47 to Rival Suitor

[The Herald] Thupeyo Muleya -A Zimbabwe National Army officer deployed at Beitbridge Border Post lost his service rifle during a fight with a rival suitor over a woman in a bushy area in Dulivhadzimu suburb in the town.

[The Herald] Thupeyo Muleya -A Zimbabwe National Army officer deployed at Beitbridge Border Post lost his service rifle during a fight with a rival suitor over a woman in a bushy area in Dulivhadzimu suburb in the town.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

IDC Targets Industrial Investors for Chemplex

[The Herald] Tinashe Makichi -The Industrial Development Corporation says it will consider only investors with running industrial operations to acquire controlling stake in its chemical and fertiliser manufacturing unit, Chemplex Corporation.This decis…

[The Herald] Tinashe Makichi -The Industrial Development Corporation says it will consider only investors with running industrial operations to acquire controlling stake in its chemical and fertiliser manufacturing unit, Chemplex Corporation.This decision rules out investors such as fund managers, who will not be eligible to participate in the bid selection process.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

2016 Agric Season Hectic, Challenging

[The Herald] The 2016 agricultural season will go down in history as a hectic and difficult one.The sector continued to reel from the negative effects of the El-Nino induced drought that affected most parts of the country.It was a year of food shortage…

[The Herald] The 2016 agricultural season will go down in history as a hectic and difficult one.The sector continued to reel from the negative effects of the El-Nino induced drought that affected most parts of the country.It was a year of food shortages and high livestock deaths, leading Government to intervene through programmes to boost national food reserves.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gen Tongo – a Military Specialist

[The Herald] Fay Chung -Josiah Magama Tongogara was the military leader of ZANLA during the liberation struggle. He tragically died in a car accident on December 26, 1979 in Mozambique. This excerpt from Fay Chung’s book “Re-living the Second Chimureng…

[The Herald] Fay Chung -Josiah Magama Tongogara was the military leader of ZANLA during the liberation struggle. He tragically died in a car accident on December 26, 1979 in Mozambique. This excerpt from Fay Chung's book "Re-living the Second Chimurenga: Memories from the Liberation Struggle in Zimbabwe" tells more on the man who led the liberation forces against the Smith regime.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe