Tanzanians Urged to Join hands in the War on Drugs

[Daily News] UZINI Member of Parliament Mohammed Raza has urged members of the public to join hands with the government in the war on narcotic drugs, saying collective efforts are vital to thwart the illegal trade.

[Daily News] UZINI Member of Parliament Mohammed Raza has urged members of the public to join hands with the government in the war on narcotic drugs, saying collective efforts are vital to thwart the illegal trade.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Mugabe, 92, Says Zimbabweans See No Replacement for Him

[Al Jazeera] Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has said his ruling ZANU-PF party and the people of Zimbabwe see no viable successor to him for next year’s general elections.

[Al Jazeera] Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has said his ruling ZANU-PF party and the people of Zimbabwe see no viable successor to him for next year's general elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Media Rights Body Voices Concern Over M’membe Persecution

[Zambia Reports] MISA Zambia has condemned the police raid on former Post Newspapers Limited in liquidation Fred M’membe’s residence and taking away some printing equipment.

[Zambia Reports] MISA Zambia has condemned the police raid on former Post Newspapers Limited in liquidation Fred M'membe's residence and taking away some printing equipment.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Aga Khan Firm Equips Teachers With New Skills

[Daily News] The Aga Khan foundation has trained over 1,000 headteachers of nursery and primary schools from Lindi and Mtwara regions through its project that seeks to improve education in the East Africa Regions (AKU-IED, EA).

[Daily News] The Aga Khan foundation has trained over 1,000 headteachers of nursery and primary schools from Lindi and Mtwara regions through its project that seeks to improve education in the East Africa Regions (AKU-IED, EA).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Striking Doctors Paralyse Health Sector

[CAJ News] Harare -ZIMBABWE’S crippled heath sector has been plunged into further crisis as a strike by state doctors shows no sign of abating. Doctors are demanding the broke government pays them US$700 (over R9 000) a month. The professionals are als…

[CAJ News] Harare -ZIMBABWE'S crippled heath sector has been plunged into further crisis as a strike by state doctors shows no sign of abating. Doctors are demanding the broke government pays them US$700 (over R9 000) a month. The professionals are also demanding improved working conditions. Government gynaecologists and obstetricians have downed tools in solidarity with striking state doctors, a major setback in a country battling disease outbreaks.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Australian Mining Company Takes Cape ‘Environmental Destruction’ Accusations to Court

[News24Wire] The Western Cape High Court will on Monday begin hearing the case of Australian mining company Tormin, which is accused of large scale environmental destruction in the province.

[News24Wire] The Western Cape High Court will on Monday begin hearing the case of Australian mining company Tormin, which is accused of large scale environmental destruction in the province.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa