Govt Allocates 12.9 Billion/ – for School Latrines

[Daily News] Dodoma -In a bid to improve learning environment and improve quality education in public schools, the government has allocated 12.9bn/- for construction of latrines in both primary and secondary schools.

[Daily News] Dodoma -In a bid to improve learning environment and improve quality education in public schools, the government has allocated 12.9bn/- for construction of latrines in both primary and secondary schools.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Weed Out Corrupt Council Officials

[The Herald] REPORTS that top Harare City Council officials defied a Government directive to cut their obscene salaries to levels that reflect high allocation of resources to service delivery than to salaries show the extent to which holders of public …

[The Herald] REPORTS that top Harare City Council officials defied a Government directive to cut their obscene salaries to levels that reflect high allocation of resources to service delivery than to salaries show the extent to which holders of public office have become accountable to no one, but themselves.Government directed that Harare City Council executives should have their salaries cut from around $21 000 a month to $10 450 for the highest earner. The directive, which was made in 2014 following reports that serv

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Shabanie Mine Football Club Back

[The Herald] ZIFA Central Region Division One soccer side Shabanie Mine became the second team to be promoted into the Castle Lager Premier League after they beat FC Platinum Under-19 side 1-0 at Maglas on Saturday.

[The Herald] ZIFA Central Region Division One soccer side Shabanie Mine became the second team to be promoted into the Castle Lager Premier League after they beat FC Platinum Under-19 side 1-0 at Maglas on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

No Reprieve for ‘Abusive’ Bus Company Owner

[The Herald] Convicted rapist Simbarashe Gibson’s application for refusal of remand was last Friday dismissed and he was remanded in custody on allegations of forcing his relative to suck his manhood at gunpoint.The First Class Bus Company owner was ad…

[The Herald] Convicted rapist Simbarashe Gibson's application for refusal of remand was last Friday dismissed and he was remanded in custody on allegations of forcing his relative to suck his manhood at gunpoint.The First Class Bus Company owner was advised to apply for bail at the High Court and the matter was remanded to November 16. Prosecutor Mr Michael Reza said he was preferring another charge of kidnapping. The complainant in the matter, a 24-year-old woman, who is Gibson's cousin, narrated what transpired on th

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Forty-Three Conclude Olympic Solidarity Course in Kigali

[New Times] A total of 43 participants attended a five-day Olympic Solidarity course organized in partnership with the Rwanda National Olympic and Sports Committee that concluded on Friday at Amahoro National Stadium.

[New Times] A total of 43 participants attended a five-day Olympic Solidarity course organized in partnership with the Rwanda National Olympic and Sports Committee that concluded on Friday at Amahoro National Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Deserving Students Promised Loans

[Daily News] Dodoma -The Minister for Education, Science and Technology, Prof Joyce Ndalichako, has tasked the Higher Education Student Loans Board (HESLB) to disburse education loans to all undergraduate students in their respective bank accounts and …

[Daily News] Dodoma -The Minister for Education, Science and Technology, Prof Joyce Ndalichako, has tasked the Higher Education Student Loans Board (HESLB) to disburse education loans to all undergraduate students in their respective bank accounts and those who do not sign the agreement forms risk missing them.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

We Need to Use Cinematology to Change the Image Portrayed About Africa – Kabera

[New Times] Kwetu film institute together with a delegation from The European Union recently organized the first edition of the European film festival that aimed at promoting the film culture in the country.

[New Times] Kwetu film institute together with a delegation from The European Union recently organized the first edition of the European film festival that aimed at promoting the film culture in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Retail Firm OK Reports 87% Increase in Profit

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE’S biggest retail supermarket chain OK Zimbabwe Limited has reported an 87,1 percent increase in profit after tax to $2,3 million for the first half of financial year 2017 on the back of growth in basket size.

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE'S biggest retail supermarket chain OK Zimbabwe Limited has reported an 87,1 percent increase in profit after tax to $2,3 million for the first half of financial year 2017 on the back of growth in basket size.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Fear of Job Losses After Rise in Import Duty at Mombasa Port

[Nation] A duty increase on imported goods has caused a clearance clog at the Port of Mombasa, with more than 1,000 containers piling up uncollected. This is after the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) increased tariffs three months ago.

[Nation] A duty increase on imported goods has caused a clearance clog at the Port of Mombasa, with more than 1,000 containers piling up uncollected. This is after the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) increased tariffs three months ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya