Mineral Smelting Plant Inevitable – With or Without Investor – Govt

[Daily News] Dodoma -Construction of mineral concentrate smelter is scheduled to start soon to discourage export of raw minerals, Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa said here yesterday.

[Daily News] Dodoma -Construction of mineral concentrate smelter is scheduled to start soon to discourage export of raw minerals, Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa said here yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

A New Conflict in Darfur, More Displaced

[Nuba Reports] From 19 — 22 May the Sudanese army and the pro-government militia, the Rapid Support Force (RSF), clashed with two rebel groups, the Sudan Liberation Movement-Minni Minnawi (SLA-MM) and the Sudan Liberation Movement – Transitional Counc…

[Nuba Reports] From 19 -- 22 May the Sudanese army and the pro-government militia, the Rapid Support Force (RSF), clashed with two rebel groups, the Sudan Liberation Movement-Minni Minnawi (SLA-MM) and the Sudan Liberation Movement - Transitional Council (SLA-TC) in east and north Darfur. Specifically, local sources claim the conflicts took place in Eshairaya, roughly 50 kilometers outside East Darfur's capital, Ed-Daein, and Adoula, an area in North Darfur.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Internal SPLM-N Disputes Affect Blue Nile, Refugee Camp

[Nuba Reports] In late May, the SPLM-N released a statement claiming some of its members in Blue Nile had mobilized an internal insurgency an internal insurgency against the rebel movement, citing support to Deputy Chairman Abdelaziz Al Hilu and the Nu…

[Nuba Reports] In late May, the SPLM-N released a statement claiming some of its members in Blue Nile had mobilized an internal insurgency an internal insurgency against the rebel movement, citing support to Deputy Chairman Abdelaziz Al Hilu and the Nuba Mountains Liberation Council. The same statement alleges an attack was made on the headquarters of the SPLM-N chairman, Malik Agar, and military garrisons in the rebel-controlled areas of the state.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Motorists, Commuters Kick As Senate Proposes N5 Petrol Charge

[Leadership] Motorists and commuters yesterday kicked against the proposal by the Senate to effect a N5 levy, chargeable per litre, on every petrol and diesel products imported into the country and on other non-locally refined petroleum products.

[Leadership] Motorists and commuters yesterday kicked against the proposal by the Senate to effect a N5 levy, chargeable per litre, on every petrol and diesel products imported into the country and on other non-locally refined petroleum products.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Battery Manufacturer Profit Up 40%

[The Herald] Listed battery and stationery manufacturer, Amalgamated Regional Trading (ART) said yesterday, interim after tax profit for the period ended March 31 jumped 40 percent to $1,25 million owing to improved operational efficiencies.

[The Herald] Listed battery and stationery manufacturer, Amalgamated Regional Trading (ART) said yesterday, interim after tax profit for the period ended March 31 jumped 40 percent to $1,25 million owing to improved operational efficiencies.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Political Opponents Accuse Ruling CNDD-FDD of Children Indoctrination to Hate

[Iwacu] Some opponents accuse Cndd-Fdd of indoctrinating children to hate. The accusations were sparked by a video that was shared on social media showing children chanting and singing what some viewers labelled as hate speech.

[Iwacu] Some opponents accuse Cndd-Fdd of indoctrinating children to hate. The accusations were sparked by a video that was shared on social media showing children chanting and singing what some viewers labelled as hate speech.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

PM – Only Genuine Farm Input Claims Will Be Paid Soon

[Daily News] Dodoma -Farm input agents will soon start receiving payments for their claims on which the government is finalising verification, Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa announced here yesterday.

[Daily News] Dodoma -Farm input agents will soon start receiving payments for their claims on which the government is finalising verification, Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa announced here yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania