Potential Cheats Warned As Primary Exams Begin

[Daily News] A TOTAL of 917,072 candidates are expected to sit the two-day 2017 Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE) against the backdrop of a strong warning against cheating and other forms of misconduct.

[Daily News] A TOTAL of 917,072 candidates are expected to sit the two-day 2017 Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE) against the backdrop of a strong warning against cheating and other forms of misconduct.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Appeal of Man Jailed of Raping Toddler Fails

[Daily News] THE Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal lodged by a resident of Shinyanga, Godfrey Mahona, who was challenging life imprisonment imposed on him for raping a four-year-old toddler.

[Daily News] THE Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal lodged by a resident of Shinyanga, Godfrey Mahona, who was challenging life imprisonment imposed on him for raping a four-year-old toddler.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Experts Hype ICT Role in Industrialisation Drive

[Daily News] EXPERTS in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) yesterday underscored the need to focus on more integration of ICT across social-economic sectors to support the country’s industrialisation drive.

[Daily News] EXPERTS in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) yesterday underscored the need to focus on more integration of ICT across social-economic sectors to support the country's industrialisation drive.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Private Sector Supports Investment in Power

[Daily News] THE private sector has commended new efforts to enhance power generation that will ensure reliable electricity supply for industrial plants being established in the drive to industrialise the economy.

[Daily News] THE private sector has commended new efforts to enhance power generation that will ensure reliable electricity supply for industrial plants being established in the drive to industrialise the economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Nigerians Must Feel Impact of Exiting Recession, Says Buhari

[Guardian] “Until coming out of recession translates into meaningful improvement in people’s lives, our work cannot be said to be done.”With these words yesterday, President Muhammadu Buhari declared that despite the claim by the National Bureau of Sta…

[Guardian] "Until coming out of recession translates into meaningful improvement in people's lives, our work cannot be said to be done."With these words yesterday, President Muhammadu Buhari declared that despite the claim by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) that the country has exited recession, the real impact would be better felt when ordinary Nigerians experience a change in their living conditions. Ordinary Nigerians cannot see an end to the recession as long as the prices of food items are still high.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Offer More Solutions, Condemn Less, NGOs Told

[Daily News] VICE-PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan has advised non-governmental and civil society organisations to upgrade themselves from criticising the government to providing solutions to problems haunting Tanzanians.

[Daily News] VICE-PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan has advised non-governmental and civil society organisations to upgrade themselves from criticising the government to providing solutions to problems haunting Tanzanians.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Determination, Ambition Drives Sekgabo

[Botswana Daily News] Francistown -The business of bread baking is one known to be a female dominated sphere, but that has not deterred a 26 year-old Serowe -born youth Mr Ramalema Sekgabo.

[Botswana Daily News] Francistown -The business of bread baking is one known to be a female dominated sphere, but that has not deterred a 26 year-old Serowe -born youth Mr Ramalema Sekgabo.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Kenyan Entrepreneurs Find Inspiration, Profit From China’s Jack Ma

[Focac] Nairobi -When Jack Ma, the founder and chairman of China’s online retail giant Alibaba, visited Kenya in July, big names in the country’s business sector jostled for space to hear his speech.

[Focac] Nairobi -When Jack Ma, the founder and chairman of China's online retail giant Alibaba, visited Kenya in July, big names in the country's business sector jostled for space to hear his speech.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya