What a Lean Year for Farmers, Herders!

[Daily News] The government of Zanzibar has decided, quite categorically, to revoke the title deeds for land that has remained undeveloped for long periods of time. Second VicePresident Seif Ali Iddi announced this firm decision in the House of Represe…

[Daily News] The government of Zanzibar has decided, quite categorically, to revoke the title deeds for land that has remained undeveloped for long periods of time. Second VicePresident Seif Ali Iddi announced this firm decision in the House of Representatives recently.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Zanzibar Exports Down Over 52% On Clove Decline

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The decrease in volume of clove exports and the fall of the traditional crop prices in the world market has hit Zanzibar’s export of goods which declined by 52.4 per cent in the year ending April 2017.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The decrease in volume of clove exports and the fall of the traditional crop prices in the world market has hit Zanzibar's export of goods which declined by 52.4 per cent in the year ending April 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Dilapidated Health Facility Worries Kalangala Residents

[Monitor] Kalangala -Kyamuswa Health Centre IV, a facility that serves 61 islands that make up Kyamuswa health sub-district, is in a sorry state, threatening lives of hundreds that seek services from the facility.

[Monitor] Kalangala -Kyamuswa Health Centre IV, a facility that serves 61 islands that make up Kyamuswa health sub-district, is in a sorry state, threatening lives of hundreds that seek services from the facility.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Why Parliament Should Re-Visit KCCA Law

[Monitor] Kampala City has in its more than 100 years of existence expanded from the original seven hills of Nakasero, Namirembe, Lubaga, Mulago, Kibuli, Kololo and Makerere to anything upward of 20 hills. A city which was planned to accommodate 300,00…

[Monitor] Kampala City has in its more than 100 years of existence expanded from the original seven hills of Nakasero, Namirembe, Lubaga, Mulago, Kibuli, Kololo and Makerere to anything upward of 20 hills. A city which was planned to accommodate 300,000 people has now a population of more than three million, which increases to five million during the day.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Why Sugarcane Outgrowers Oppose Museveni Zoning Policy

[Monitor] Buikwe -On April 28, President Museveni issued a directive to district leaders not to license any new sugar factories unless their source of sugarcane is guaranteed.

[Monitor] Buikwe -On April 28, President Museveni issued a directive to district leaders not to license any new sugar factories unless their source of sugarcane is guaranteed.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda