Guidelines to Boost Cancer Treatment

[Daily News] THE much awaited National Cancer Treatment Guidelines, which are envisioned to assist the government have proper forecast of cancer medicines and other services, are in their final stages.

[Daily News] THE much awaited National Cancer Treatment Guidelines, which are envisioned to assist the government have proper forecast of cancer medicines and other services, are in their final stages.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Two Shot Dead in Somaliland as Opposition Party Calls Voting Rigged

[VOA] At least two people were killed in post-election violence Thursday in the breakaway republic of Somaliland, after one of the two opposition parties claimed “massive” polling irregularities.

[VOA] At least two people were killed in post-election violence Thursday in the breakaway republic of Somaliland, after one of the two opposition parties claimed "massive" polling irregularities.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Farmers Have Reason to Smile

[Citizen] Chinese investors are considering to set up a tractor assembling plant in the country, which would be a huge relief for millions of Tanzanian farmers who still depend on hoes for framing.

[Citizen] Chinese investors are considering to set up a tractor assembling plant in the country, which would be a huge relief for millions of Tanzanian farmers who still depend on hoes for framing.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

NSSF-PPF Mkulazi Project Lauded

[Citizen] Morogoro -The parliamentary committee on Constitution and Legal Affairs has lauded the performance of the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) and PPF Pension Fund over implementation of a joint project for the construction of a sugar factory.

[Citizen] Morogoro -The parliamentary committee on Constitution and Legal Affairs has lauded the performance of the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) and PPF Pension Fund over implementation of a joint project for the construction of a sugar factory.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Tobacco Farmers Complain About Packaging

[Citizen] Some farmers from the Amahoro Tobacco Primary Cooperative Society at Ulyankulu in Tabora Region complain that some of their tobacco, packed in bales, has started to rot.

[Citizen] Some farmers from the Amahoro Tobacco Primary Cooperative Society at Ulyankulu in Tabora Region complain that some of their tobacco, packed in bales, has started to rot.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Kambwili Angers MMD Youth Over Attacks On RB

MMD youths have expressed anger at Roan Member of Parliament Chishimba Kambwili’s continued character assassination of the former ruling party and fourth Republica president Rupiah Banda. MMD National Youth chairperson Dauzeni Tembo said Dr Kambwili was propagating a vengeful agenda … Continued

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MMD youths have expressed anger at Roan Member of Parliament Chishimba Kambwili’s continued character assassination of the former ruling party and fourth Republica president Rupiah Banda.
MMD National Youth chairperson Dauzeni Tembo said Dr Kambwili was propagating a vengeful agenda which was detrimental to the peace and unity of the country.
“Instead of attacking individuals we urge Kambwili to tell the people what he will do for them if at all he will ever be voted because there are a lot of challenges that Zambia is going through.
“We want to hear how for example he will improve the agriculture, mining and other sectors of the economy instead of just yapping uncontrollably without suggesting alternatives on the table.
“We further want to guide Kambwili to stop creating an enemical political environment that will not promote the culture of democracy and peace and unity in our country. You can’t form a politically party on the ideology of vegency,” Tembo said.
He explained that Kambwili was being disrespectful towards the former President in his continued attacks and accusations.
“We find his continued attack on the MMD and our former president disrespectful, childish and unreasonable. It is illogical for Chishimba Kambwili to insinuate that RB has been influencing President Lungu’s decisions when RB is not in active politics,” he said.
“We are aware that Mr Kambwili is using character assassination as a tool to make political mileage, but that should not give him the muscle to discredit our former president. After all he is just a comedian who wants to ride on the name of the late president Sata to seek attention.
“We want to urge politicians to accord respect to our former head of state. We need to practice politics of morality that will champion and improve the well-being of people. Plus NDC is just a bunch of frustrated people who thought that the PF belonged to them, how can one form a party without ideology? It is indeed a laughable party,” he said.
Tembo has also asked Kambwili to stop involving MMD in his differences with his party.
“Finally, as MMD youths we want to advise Kambwili to stay away from MMD otherwise we shall be left with no option but to deal with him because we do not have a bone to chew with him,” he said
During a consultative meeting in Lusaka on Saturday, Dr Kambwili accused former president Banda and the MMD of hijacking the PF.
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Tanga Gets New Investor for Idle Land

[Citizen] Tanga -A new investor who plans to establish a company to coat gas and oil pipes for the Hoima and Tanga Crude Oil Pipeline has signed an agreement to lease the 600,000 square meter area at Tanga Industrial area.

[Citizen] Tanga -A new investor who plans to establish a company to coat gas and oil pipes for the Hoima and Tanga Crude Oil Pipeline has signed an agreement to lease the 600,000 square meter area at Tanga Industrial area.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Demolition Will Not Affect Our Services, Tanesco Says

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) has assured its customers that the demolition of its ten-storey building will not affect its operations.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) has assured its customers that the demolition of its ten-storey building will not affect its operations.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania