Solar Power Now Reigns Supreme in Rural Areas

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Solar power revolution is happening in Tanzania with a new study indicating that more than half (65 per cent) of rural households that have access to electricity use solar.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Solar power revolution is happening in Tanzania with a new study indicating that more than half (65 per cent) of rural households that have access to electricity use solar.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Attempt to Rig Out Sheriff Has Fallen Flat

[This Day] “I suppose, indeed, that in public life, a man whose political principles have any decided character and who has energy enough to give them effect must always expect to encounter political hostility from those of adverse principles” – Letter…

[This Day] "I suppose, indeed, that in public life, a man whose political principles have any decided character and who has energy enough to give them effect must always expect to encounter political hostility from those of adverse principles" - Letter by former USA President Thomas Jefferson to Richard M. Johnson.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Nurses Lose Cash to Fraudsters

[The Herald] Scores of nurses in and around Harare have lost their hard earned cash in the past weeks to fake employment agents after being promised lucrative salaries and other benefits, The Herald has learned.

[The Herald] Scores of nurses in and around Harare have lost their hard earned cash in the past weeks to fake employment agents after being promised lucrative salaries and other benefits, The Herald has learned.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Former Top Cop Lamoer’s Corruption Trial Expected to Begin

[News24Wire] The trial of former Western Cape police commissioner Arno Lamoer and his co-accused, who are at the centre of a corruption case, is expected to begin on Monday.

[News24Wire] The trial of former Western Cape police commissioner Arno Lamoer and his co-accused, who are at the centre of a corruption case, is expected to begin on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

CAPS United Coach Chitembwe’s Gamble Backfires

[The Herald] CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe’s decision to rest some of his senior players backfired terribly when the champions had to scramble for a point in this Castle Lager Premiership tie against Tsholotsho yesterday at the National Sports Stad…

[The Herald] CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe's decision to rest some of his senior players backfired terribly when the champions had to scramble for a point in this Castle Lager Premiership tie against Tsholotsho yesterday at the National Sports Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Let the Government Buy Shares From Telecoms, Listing Not Best Option

[Citizen] Last June, Dr Phillip Mpango, the Finance and Planning minister, introduced an amendment to Finance Bill, which required about eight telephony operators to list at least 25 per cent of their shares on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE).

[Citizen] Last June, Dr Phillip Mpango, the Finance and Planning minister, introduced an amendment to Finance Bill, which required about eight telephony operators to list at least 25 per cent of their shares on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

High Court Rebuffs Law Society On Water Project

[Nyasa Times] The High Court in Zomba has rejected granting of an injunction to halt the Lake Malawi water supply project being done by Khato Civils on behalf of the Lilongwe Water Board (LWB).

[Nyasa Times] The High Court in Zomba has rejected granting of an injunction to halt the Lake Malawi water supply project being done by Khato Civils on behalf of the Lilongwe Water Board (LWB).

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

33% of Tanzanians Have Access to Electricity – Report

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A total of 3,753, 615 households in Mainland Tanzania are electrified with any form of electricity out of 11,454,818 households, a new study indicates.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A total of 3,753, 615 households in Mainland Tanzania are electrified with any form of electricity out of 11,454,818 households, a new study indicates.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania