Butimba Inmate to Get Out Diploma Today

[Daily News] An inmate at Butimba Prison, Machera Chacha, will be among the graduands to be conferred with a diploma during the 31st graduation ceremony of the Open University of Tanzania (OUT) to be held today.

[Daily News] An inmate at Butimba Prison, Machera Chacha, will be among the graduands to be conferred with a diploma during the 31st graduation ceremony of the Open University of Tanzania (OUT) to be held today.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Land Conflicts Need Clear-Cut Solution

[Daily News] The government, under close supervision from President John Magufuli, has so far resolved a total of 690 land conflicts out of a whopping total of 1,378. Land conflicts are a confounding scenario in this country.

[Daily News] The government, under close supervision from President John Magufuli, has so far resolved a total of 690 land conflicts out of a whopping total of 1,378. Land conflicts are a confounding scenario in this country.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Government Urged to Review 1971 Marriage Act

[Daily News] The government has been urged to ensure legislation is in place and 1971 Marriage Act that addresses family and gender based violence (GBV) and bring to an end child marriage is amended, it has been learnt.

[Daily News] The government has been urged to ensure legislation is in place and 1971 Marriage Act that addresses family and gender based violence (GBV) and bring to an end child marriage is amended, it has been learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

How Teamwork and Technology Can Thwart Illegal Fishing

[Ensia] Early in December 2012, a South Korean vessel called the Premier entered the Indian Ocean to fish. In West Africa, authorities knew that the boat had been fishing illegally in Liberian waters before it made its way to Africa’s other coast. That…

[Ensia] Early in December 2012, a South Korean vessel called the Premier entered the Indian Ocean to fish. In West Africa, authorities knew that the boat had been fishing illegally in Liberian waters before it made its way to Africa's other coast. That raised the ire of East African countries, which weren't keen to welcome a lawbreaker into their seas. Kenya, Tanzania, Mauritius, the Comoros, Mozambique, and the Seychelles rapidly mobilized against the vessel, shutting it out of their ports and refusing to grant i

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

AMISOM Armored Vehicle Hits, Kills Boy Crossing Street

[Shabelle] A young Somali boy is confirmed dead after his was hit by an armored vehicle belonging to the African Union mission in Somalia (AMISOM) on Wednesday. According to an eyewitness who was at the accident scene , the young boy died on the spot a…

[Shabelle] A young Somali boy is confirmed dead after his was hit by an armored vehicle belonging to the African Union mission in Somalia (AMISOM) on Wednesday. According to an eyewitness who was at the accident scene , the young boy died on the spot at Si-piano area, where he used to collect Khad leaves for survival.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Vintage Biplanes to Fly in Tanzania Next Week

[Daily News] Tanzania’s tourist attractions are set for a big boost as the country will from next Monday play host to a leg of the first-ever and longest vintage air rally flying across Africa from Crete in Greece to Cape Town in South Africa.

[Daily News] Tanzania's tourist attractions are set for a big boost as the country will from next Monday play host to a leg of the first-ever and longest vintage air rally flying across Africa from Crete in Greece to Cape Town in South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Bill Public Hearings in Kimberley Tomorrow

[Parliament of South Africa] Parliament, Wednesday 23 November 2016 – The Portfolio Committee on Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs will tomorrow (Thursday, 24 November 2016) kick-start its nationwide public hearings on the Traditional and …

[Parliament of South Africa] Parliament, Wednesday 23 November 2016 - The Portfolio Committee on Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs will tomorrow (Thursday, 24 November 2016) kick-start its nationwide public hearings on the Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Bill in Kimberley at the Galeshewe RC Elliot Hall from 10 am.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa