TPB, Multichoice Sign Decoder Loan Deal

[Citizen] Tanzania Postal Bank (TPB) and Multichoice on November 22, 2017 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enable its customers to access a loan of Sh99,600 for purchasing a decoder.

[Citizen] Tanzania Postal Bank (TPB) and Multichoice on November 22, 2017 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enable its customers to access a loan of Sh99,600 for purchasing a decoder.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Dealing With Ethical and Legal Dilemma of the Doctors Strike

[Monitor] Industrial actions by health professionals (no matter the category) severely affect health systems and when they last long, they create a bigger potential for collapsing health service delivery. This greatly threatens the integrity of the nat…

[Monitor] Industrial actions by health professionals (no matter the category) severely affect health systems and when they last long, they create a bigger potential for collapsing health service delivery. This greatly threatens the integrity of the national health system. This situation raises a serious ethical and legal dilemma, which has to be understood and managed well as human life is involved.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

President Mnangagwa – From Birth to Now

[The Herald] Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa was born on September 15, 1942. He did his early primary education in Zvishavane in the Midlands Province, before his family relocated to Zambia in 1955, where he attended Mumbwa Boarding School, Kafue Trade School a…

[The Herald] Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa was born on September 15, 1942. He did his early primary education in Zvishavane in the Midlands Province, before his family relocated to Zambia in 1955, where he attended Mumbwa Boarding School, Kafue Trade School and Hodgson Technical College. He was expelled from college in 1960 for political activism and joined the Zambia United National Independent Party.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

The Dark Art of the Coup

[ISS] It was the most remarkably eventful week in Zimbabwean politics since independence in 1980. It started with the military seizing control on Tuesday night, 14 November, and ended on Tuesday night, 21 November, with Robert Mugabe resigning after 37…

[ISS] It was the most remarkably eventful week in Zimbabwean politics since independence in 1980. It started with the military seizing control on Tuesday night, 14 November, and ended on Tuesday night, 21 November, with Robert Mugabe resigning after 37 years as president.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

There Are Many Opportunities in the Manufacturing Sector

[New Times] The BuildExpo Africa Summit winds up today in Kigali. It brought together over 1,500 delegates from 16 countries to examine challenges in the construction sector and how to streamline them.

[New Times] The BuildExpo Africa Summit winds up today in Kigali. It brought together over 1,500 delegates from 16 countries to examine challenges in the construction sector and how to streamline them.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Mugabe’s Departure Ushers in a Heady New Era for Zimbabwe

[Chatham House] The country is experiencing an almost unprecedented convergence, with traditional political, economic and social fault lines bridged as Zimbabweans make common cause for change.

[Chatham House] The country is experiencing an almost unprecedented convergence, with traditional political, economic and social fault lines bridged as Zimbabweans make common cause for change.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tensions With Refugees Are Rising and the NGO Response Might Be Making It Worse

[African Arguments] Host communities in northeastern Congo say they’re being overlooked in the humanitarian response to the influx of South Sudanese refugees.

[African Arguments] Host communities in northeastern Congo say they're being overlooked in the humanitarian response to the influx of South Sudanese refugees.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Will South Africa Come to the Rescue of Zimbabwe? Don’t Hold Your Breath

[Daily Maverick] South Africa’s muddled role in championing good governance and peacekeeping on the continent holds little promise of being the beacon of light. By JOHN FILITZ.

[Daily Maverick] South Africa's muddled role in championing good governance and peacekeeping on the continent holds little promise of being the beacon of light. By JOHN FILITZ.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe