New Guide Will Assist Street Traders to Protect Their Rights

[Daily Maverick] It is often assumed that when work is informal, it is not protected, and that informal workers do not have rights. This is not true. Informal workers enjoy the same constitutional rights as everyone living in South Africa but they ofte…

[Daily Maverick] It is often assumed that when work is informal, it is not protected, and that informal workers do not have rights. This is not true. Informal workers enjoy the same constitutional rights as everyone living in South Africa but they often do not receive the same protection from local governments as formal businesses do. By DENNIS WEBSTER.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

NMB, Halotel On Mobile Money Transaction Deal

[Daily News] National Microfinance Bank (NMB) is capitalising on rural network connection by Halotel Tanzania as it yesterday signed partnership agreement with the mobile company to enable the bank’s customers, particularly in rural areas, make mobile …

[Daily News] National Microfinance Bank (NMB) is capitalising on rural network connection by Halotel Tanzania as it yesterday signed partnership agreement with the mobile company to enable the bank's customers, particularly in rural areas, make mobile money transaction.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Small Retail Shareholders Set to Access Vodacom Shares

[Daily News] UMANDE Unit Trust (UUT), a collective investment scheme, has launched a financial strategy to enable the smallest retail shareholders access Vodacom Tanzania shares.

[Daily News] UMANDE Unit Trust (UUT), a collective investment scheme, has launched a financial strategy to enable the smallest retail shareholders access Vodacom Tanzania shares.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ruling Party Urged Its Leaders to ‘Get Away From Comfort’

[Daily News] Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) has directed its district and regional leaders to work closer with members of the ruling party in order to identify its challenges and strengthen it in the process.

[Daily News] Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) has directed its district and regional leaders to work closer with members of the ruling party in order to identify its challenges and strengthen it in the process.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Dar Tour Operators, Hotel Owners Protest Kenya’s Move to Re-Open Border

[East African] Tour operators and hotel owners in Tanzania have protested a plan by Kenya to reopen the Sand River and Bologonja border entry points, saying it augurs badly for conservation and tourism.

[East African] Tour operators and hotel owners in Tanzania have protested a plan by Kenya to reopen the Sand River and Bologonja border entry points, saying it augurs badly for conservation and tourism.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Five Week Pick n Pay Bakers’ Strike Ends

[GroundUp] A five-week strike by workers who produce baked goods for Pick n Pay appeared to end on Monday. The Johannesburg workers concluded reconciliation talks with management, resolving a strike that had been ongoing since 28 February.

[GroundUp] A five-week strike by workers who produce baked goods for Pick n Pay appeared to end on Monday. The Johannesburg workers concluded reconciliation talks with management, resolving a strike that had been ongoing since 28 February.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

How Pemba Tamed Bilharzia to ‘Its Knees’

[Daily News] Zanzibar has managed to control Bilharzia, reducing its infection from 15 to a mere four percent, the Ministry of Health in the Revolutionary government of Zanzibar has said.

[Daily News] Zanzibar has managed to control Bilharzia, reducing its infection from 15 to a mere four percent, the Ministry of Health in the Revolutionary government of Zanzibar has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Tanzania-Ethiopia Hub Deal Doesn’t Augur Well With Air Tanzania Future Prospects

[Daily News] Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn flew back home after his two-day state visit last week with a bag full of goodies, one being a deal for Ethiopian Airline to establish a cargo hub in Dar es Salaam.

[Daily News] Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn flew back home after his two-day state visit last week with a bag full of goodies, one being a deal for Ethiopian Airline to establish a cargo hub in Dar es Salaam.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania