Five Foreigners Pay 53m/ – Fine, Escape Jail Term

[Daily News] FIVE officials with CI Group Co Ltd on Monday escaped a three-year custodian sentence by paying a 52.5m/- fine after being convicted over illegal stay and engaging into unlawful occupation.

[Daily News] FIVE officials with CI Group Co Ltd on Monday escaped a three-year custodian sentence by paying a 52.5m/- fine after being convicted over illegal stay and engaging into unlawful occupation.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt Reverses Backdated Tourism VAT

[The Herald] Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has waived the backdated Value Added Tax (VAT) accruing on food and beverages offered by the tourism industry as part of packaged accommodation between 2009 and 2015.

[The Herald] Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has waived the backdated Value Added Tax (VAT) accruing on food and beverages offered by the tourism industry as part of packaged accommodation between 2009 and 2015.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Digital Financial Inclusion to Boost Industrial Economy

[Daily News] DIGITAL financial inclusion for country’s farmers has been cited as catalyst to boost agricultural production which could in turn facilitate envisaged industrialisation in the country.

[Daily News] DIGITAL financial inclusion for country's farmers has been cited as catalyst to boost agricultural production which could in turn facilitate envisaged industrialisation in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ndugai Keeps Mum On Expelled CUF Legislators

[Daily News] Dodoma -NATIONAL Assembly Speaker Job Ndugai has remained silent over the fate of embattled Civic United Front (CUF) legislators, saying he was still contemplating the appropriate move.

[Daily News] Dodoma -NATIONAL Assembly Speaker Job Ndugai has remained silent over the fate of embattled Civic United Front (CUF) legislators, saying he was still contemplating the appropriate move.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

ATCL Readies to Extend Wings to Burundi

[Daily News] AIR Tanzania is ready to take on established rivals airlines flying to Bujumbura as it finalizes preparations to fly to the Burundi capital city from next month.

[Daily News] AIR Tanzania is ready to take on established rivals airlines flying to Bujumbura as it finalizes preparations to fly to the Burundi capital city from next month.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Lawyer Society Says Govt Plagiarised Part of Their Draft Constitution

[New Zimbabwe] The Law Society of Zimbabwe said the new constitution is their product which was plagiarized by the Constitutional Parliamentary Committee (COPAC) without acknowledging.

[New Zimbabwe] The Law Society of Zimbabwe said the new constitution is their product which was plagiarized by the Constitutional Parliamentary Committee (COPAC) without acknowledging.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chairman of Council of States Underlines Sudan Concern With Great Lakes Forum

[SNA] Khartoum -The Chairman of the Council of States and Chairman of the Great Lakes Forum , Dr Omer Suleiman called for necessary of placing more attention to issues of terrorism, human trafficking , human rights and climate change.

[SNA] Khartoum -The Chairman of the Council of States and Chairman of the Great Lakes Forum , Dr Omer Suleiman called for necessary of placing more attention to issues of terrorism, human trafficking , human rights and climate change.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

State Minister for Council of Ministers Commends SARCS Support to War-Affected Areas

[SNA] Khartoum -State Minister for Council of Ministers, Tareq Tawfiq has lauded the Saudi Arabian Red Crescent Society(SARCS)’s contributions to reconstruction of the areas hit by war and natural disasters.

[SNA] Khartoum -State Minister for Council of Ministers, Tareq Tawfiq has lauded the Saudi Arabian Red Crescent Society(SARCS)'s contributions to reconstruction of the areas hit by war and natural disasters.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Uproar in Senate Over Review of Constitution

[Guardian] There is uncertainty over the constitution amendment by the National Assembly as lawmakers disagreed on key issues in the exercise yesterday. Among them is whether to retain the position of the Land Use Act which vests control in the the Fed…

[Guardian] There is uncertainty over the constitution amendment by the National Assembly as lawmakers disagreed on key issues in the exercise yesterday. Among them is whether to retain the position of the Land Use Act which vests control in the the Federal Government or reverse it in favour of the states. This became contentious when the Senate opened a debate on the constitution review yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria