Dar Businesspersons Arraigned Over Abuse of National Flag

[Daily News] TWO businessmen were arraigned before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday, charged with organised crime and illegal flying of the national flag on a Chinese ship.

[Daily News] TWO businessmen were arraigned before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate's Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday, charged with organised crime and illegal flying of the national flag on a Chinese ship.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

About 900 Children Await Adoption From Orphanages

[New Times] Four years since the government embarked on a mission to close orphanages and other children’s institutions and reintegrate children into family based care, the National Commission for Children (NCC) says that nearly 900 children still awai…

[New Times] Four years since the government embarked on a mission to close orphanages and other children's institutions and reintegrate children into family based care, the National Commission for Children (NCC) says that nearly 900 children still await placement.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

64k Register in BVR Mop-Up Exercise

[The Herald] At least 64 670 people have registered to vote under the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission’s (ZEC) Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) mop-up exercise, bringing the total number of registrants to a cumulative 4 944 152. ZEC’s mop up exercise st…

[The Herald] At least 64 670 people have registered to vote under the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission's (ZEC) Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) mop-up exercise, bringing the total number of registrants to a cumulative 4 944 152. ZEC's mop up exercise started on January 10 this year, to cater for potential registrants who failed to register in the main exercise that ended on December 19 last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

It’s All About Choices

[Namibian] FORECASTS are that sub-Saharan African economies on the eastern side of the sub-continent, such as Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania, will far outperform those of Angola, South Africa and Zimbabwe, countries to the south.

[Namibian] FORECASTS are that sub-Saharan African economies on the eastern side of the sub-continent, such as Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania, will far outperform those of Angola, South Africa and Zimbabwe, countries to the south.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia