President Zuma to Answer Questions at National Assembly

[News24Wire] The appointment of a new police commissioner, his legal costs in the spy tapes saga, state capture and climate change are some of the topics on which President Jacob Zuma will have to answer questions on when he appears in the National Ass…

[News24Wire] The appointment of a new police commissioner, his legal costs in the spy tapes saga, state capture and climate change are some of the topics on which President Jacob Zuma will have to answer questions on when he appears in the National Assembly on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Africa Owes Its Existence to Nobody, Apm

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika says time is gone when Africa would place the lives of its people at the mercy of others observing the continent should invest heavily in research and innovation in order to crea…

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika says time is gone when Africa would place the lives of its people at the mercy of others observing the continent should invest heavily in research and innovation in order to create a healthier wellbeing for its people.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

NEC Approves 155 for Councillorship Race

[Daily News] NATIONAL Electoral Commission (NEC), has approved 155 councillorship candidates from 13 political parties to vie in the by-election which will be conducted on 26 November this year.

[Daily News] NATIONAL Electoral Commission (NEC), has approved 155 councillorship candidates from 13 political parties to vie in the by-election which will be conducted on 26 November this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Parliamentary Committee On Media Challenges Radios to Generate Resources

[Malawi News Agency] Mchinji -The parliamentary committee on media has challenged community radio stations across the country to be more aggressive and start looking for other avenues that can help them generate resources for survival.

[Malawi News Agency] Mchinji -The parliamentary committee on media has challenged community radio stations across the country to be more aggressive and start looking for other avenues that can help them generate resources for survival.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Fake Drug Dealers Surrender

[Daily News] SUPPLY of fake and substandard drugs in the local market declined from 3.7 to less than one per cent in the past decade, according to the industry regulator.

[Daily News] SUPPLY of fake and substandard drugs in the local market declined from 3.7 to less than one per cent in the past decade, according to the industry regulator.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Minister Defends Envisaged Shipping Corporation

[Daily News] WORKS, Transport and Communication Minister Professor Makame Mbarawa came out strongly yesterday, defending the envisaged National Shipping Agencies Act, 2017 as the best strategy to regulate the country’s maritime industry.

[Daily News] WORKS, Transport and Communication Minister Professor Makame Mbarawa came out strongly yesterday, defending the envisaged National Shipping Agencies Act, 2017 as the best strategy to regulate the country's maritime industry.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

It’s Not Safe to Go Home – Refugees

[VOA] Political unrest and violence prompted more than 400,000 people to flee Burundi and relocate to nearby countries, primarily Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania. Despite appeals from Burundi and other central African countries to leave their camps and rep…

[VOA] Political unrest and violence prompted more than 400,000 people to flee Burundi and relocate to nearby countries, primarily Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania. Despite appeals from Burundi and other central African countries to leave their camps and repatriate, Burundian political refugees say they wouldn't feel safe going back home.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi