What Are We Missing Without the Awards?

[Citizen] When the National Arts Council in collaboration with some stakeholders launched the Tanzania Music Awards in 1999, it was one of many music-centric telecasts that doled out awards and irreverence equally.

[Citizen] When the National Arts Council in collaboration with some stakeholders launched the Tanzania Music Awards in 1999, it was one of many music-centric telecasts that doled out awards and irreverence equally.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

African Court Mandate Still Limited, Says Senior Judge

[Citizen] Arusha -The jurisdiction of the African Court on Human and People’s Rights (AfCHPR) is still confined to human rights violations, a senior judge confirmed on Thursday.

[Citizen] Arusha -The jurisdiction of the African Court on Human and People's Rights (AfCHPR) is still confined to human rights violations, a senior judge confirmed on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

More Deficits as Poor Business Bites Harder

[East African] Uganda’s revenue deficit grew by nearly Ush53.5 billion ($14.7 million) to Ush457.51 billion ($125.8 million) by the close of 2016/17 due from a depressed economy that expanded by just 3.9 per cent.

[East African] Uganda's revenue deficit grew by nearly Ush53.5 billion ($14.7 million) to Ush457.51 billion ($125.8 million) by the close of 2016/17 due from a depressed economy that expanded by just 3.9 per cent.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Sh2 Billion Lab Stands Idle for Nearly 2 Years

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A state-of-the-art genetic laboratory in Dar es Salaam is idle despite its potential to save millions in taxpayers’ money used to send samples abroad for testing.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A state-of-the-art genetic laboratory in Dar es Salaam is idle despite its potential to save millions in taxpayers' money used to send samples abroad for testing.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Economic Growth Could Reach 4.6% in 2017 – World Bank

[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican economy could grow 4.6 percent in 2017 and reach seven per cent by the end of the decade, according to the third edition of the World Bank Mozambique Economic Update, released this Monday.

[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican economy could grow 4.6 percent in 2017 and reach seven per cent by the end of the decade, according to the third edition of the World Bank Mozambique Economic Update, released this Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

World Bank to Disburse U.S.$1.2 Billion Over 3 Years

[AIM] Maputo -The World Bank Executive Director for Africa Group, Andrew Ndaamunhu Bvumbe, on Monday announced that his institution will grant 1.2 billion US dollars to Mozambique over the next three years.

[AIM] Maputo -The World Bank Executive Director for Africa Group, Andrew Ndaamunhu Bvumbe, on Monday announced that his institution will grant 1.2 billion US dollars to Mozambique over the next three years.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Taxman, Treasury in Blame Game Over Missed Revenue Target

[East African] Kenyas National Treasury and the Kenya Revenue Authority are trading blame over missed revenue targets for the financial year 2016/2017, as policymakers explore plans to get more individuals and businesses to pay taxes.

[East African] Kenyas National Treasury and the Kenya Revenue Authority are trading blame over missed revenue targets for the financial year 2016/2017, as policymakers explore plans to get more individuals and businesses to pay taxes.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Pay Back The Money, Activist Tells Ruling Party

[Nyasa Times] A civil rights activist has told Mzuzu and Blantyre City councils to get back K8.5 million the councils have donated to the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

[Nyasa Times] A civil rights activist has told Mzuzu and Blantyre City councils to get back K8.5 million the councils have donated to the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

U.S. to Give Additional U.S.$169 Million in Aid to Ethiopia, Kenya

[VOA] The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump announced Thursday it will provide an additional $169 million in humanitarian aid to the drought-stricken African countries of Ethiopia and Kenya.

[VOA] The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump announced Thursday it will provide an additional $169 million in humanitarian aid to the drought-stricken African countries of Ethiopia and Kenya.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia