Councils Ordered to Form PLWD Committees

[Daily News] Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office responsible for people with disabilities, Dr Abdallah Possi, has urged all councils to implement directives of establishing committees to deal with people living with disabilities (PLWD).

[Daily News] Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Office responsible for people with disabilities, Dr Abdallah Possi, has urged all councils to implement directives of establishing committees to deal with people living with disabilities (PLWD).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

High Grade Graphite Discovered in Mahenge District

[Daily News] A South African mining investment company Armadale Capital yesterday said that drilling campaign at the Mahenge Liandu graphite project conducted this year has demonstrated consistent, commercially viable, highgrade graphite mineralisation…

[Daily News] A South African mining investment company Armadale Capital yesterday said that drilling campaign at the Mahenge Liandu graphite project conducted this year has demonstrated consistent, commercially viable, highgrade graphite mineralisation of up to 15.7per cent total graphitic carbon (TGC) commencing from or near the surface.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Cash Transfer Programme Reduces Poverty

[Daily News] World Bank supported conditional cash transfer programme (CCT) has contributed to reduction of extreme poverty in Tanzania especially among female headed household who constitute 54 per cent of beneficiaries.

[Daily News] World Bank supported conditional cash transfer programme (CCT) has contributed to reduction of extreme poverty in Tanzania especially among female headed household who constitute 54 per cent of beneficiaries.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Caps Boss Uriri Challenges Suspension

[New Zimbabwe] CAPS United chairman Advocate Lewi Uriri has dragged the “demonic” Philip Chiyangwa led Zimbabwe Football Association administration to the courts over his weekend suspension.

[New Zimbabwe] CAPS United chairman Advocate Lewi Uriri has dragged the "demonic" Philip Chiyangwa led Zimbabwe Football Association administration to the courts over his weekend suspension.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Review Traffic Act of 1973, Govt Told

[Daily News] Alarmed by substantial increase of road accidents in the country, alliance of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) has called for speedy review of traffic laws and greater enforcement of the Road Traffic Act of 1973 to keep up with the moder…

[Daily News] Alarmed by substantial increase of road accidents in the country, alliance of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) has called for speedy review of traffic laws and greater enforcement of the Road Traffic Act of 1973 to keep up with the modern changes.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Pluijm Gets Three-Match Ban

[Daily News] The outgoing Young Africans Head Coach, Hans van der Pluijm, has been handed a three-match ban by the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) for misconduct during a Mainland Premier League match.

[Daily News] The outgoing Young Africans Head Coach, Hans van der Pluijm, has been handed a three-match ban by the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) for misconduct during a Mainland Premier League match.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Twenty TRA, TPA Officials Undergo Five-Day Training On Port Security

[Daily News] Twenty officers drawn from the Customs Division of the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) and the Tanzania Port Authority (TPA) are undergoing a five-day Tanzania- China supported training in a bid to tighten port security.

[Daily News] Twenty officers drawn from the Customs Division of the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) and the Tanzania Port Authority (TPA) are undergoing a five-day Tanzania- China supported training in a bid to tighten port security.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

MPs Blast Zesa for Dealing With Ex-Convict

[New Zimbabwe] PARLIAMENTARIANS have quizzed Zesa Holdings bosses for awarding a “known criminal” Wicknell Chivayo a tender to construct a solar power plant in Gwanda amid revelations that $1, 8 million cannot be accounted for.

[New Zimbabwe] PARLIAMENTARIANS have quizzed Zesa Holdings bosses for awarding a "known criminal" Wicknell Chivayo a tender to construct a solar power plant in Gwanda amid revelations that $1, 8 million cannot be accounted for.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe