Uproot MLND Infected Stalk, Farmers Told

[Citizen] Arusha -Farmers have been advised that the only way to contain the Maize Lethal Necrosis Disease (MLND), which has ravaged farms in the northern region, is to uproot the infected stalk and bury it.

[Citizen] Arusha -Farmers have been advised that the only way to contain the Maize Lethal Necrosis Disease (MLND), which has ravaged farms in the northern region, is to uproot the infected stalk and bury it.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Joy for Traders As Lushoto Cuts Levy On Vegetables

[Citizen] Following complaints by members of the public, the Lushoto district council has reduced the levy charged daily for vegetable and crop sellers at the Lushoto main market to Sh. 500 from Sh.1,200.

[Citizen] Following complaints by members of the public, the Lushoto district council has reduced the levy charged daily for vegetable and crop sellers at the Lushoto main market to Sh. 500 from Sh.1,200.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

British Ambassador Visits Hargeisa International Book Fair

[Dalsan Radio] British Ambassador David Concar this afternoon addressed the renowned Hargeisa International Book Fair, a celebration of Somali culture, heritage and ideas. Ambassador Concar said the UK is the largest international donor to Somaliland a…

[Dalsan Radio] British Ambassador David Concar this afternoon addressed the renowned Hargeisa International Book Fair, a celebration of Somali culture, heritage and ideas. Ambassador Concar said the UK is the largest international donor to Somaliland and that the longstanding UK commitment to the people of Somaliland is founded on diaspora and historic ties.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

CUF Disciplinary Committee Illegal – Claim

[Citizen] CUF leaders supporting party secretary-general Seif Sharif Hamad yesterday claimed not to recognise the existing party disciplinary and ethics committee, accusing it of operating against the party’s constitution.

[Citizen] CUF leaders supporting party secretary-general Seif Sharif Hamad yesterday claimed not to recognise the existing party disciplinary and ethics committee, accusing it of operating against the party's constitution.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Experts Begin Research On How to Counter Effects of Fluoride

[Citizen] An intensive research on ways to counter the health effects of flouride on human health is underway here. Scientific researchers from Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya and the European Union (EU) are involved.

[Citizen] An intensive research on ways to counter the health effects of flouride on human health is underway here. Scientific researchers from Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya and the European Union (EU) are involved.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Blantyre United Beat Wizards

[Nyasa Times] Blantyre United resurgence seems to be gaining momentum with back to back wins in the TNM Super League as newly promoted side thumped Premier Bet Wizards 2 nil at Chilomoni Stadium to move out of the drop zone on the log table.

[Nyasa Times] Blantyre United resurgence seems to be gaining momentum with back to back wins in the TNM Super League as newly promoted side thumped Premier Bet Wizards 2 nil at Chilomoni Stadium to move out of the drop zone on the log table.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

WHO Supports Cholera Treatment Centre in South Darfur

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala / Murnei / Kadugli / Juba -The World Health Organization is supporting a cholera treatment centre in Nyala city, a United Nations office reported. Two people died from cholera in a camp for displaced people in Murnei, West Darfur …

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala / Murnei / Kadugli / Juba -The World Health Organization is supporting a cholera treatment centre in Nyala city, a United Nations office reported. Two people died from cholera in a camp for displaced people in Murnei, West Darfur on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Stranded Students Forced to Leave, Return to Darfur

[Radio Dabanga] Sheikh El Yagout -Under pressure from the Sudanese security apparatus, hundreds of Darfuri students who were stranded in a village nearby Khartoum for three days are being transported to Darfur in buses. The security apparatus had block…

[Radio Dabanga] Sheikh El Yagout -Under pressure from the Sudanese security apparatus, hundreds of Darfuri students who were stranded in a village nearby Khartoum for three days are being transported to Darfur in buses. The security apparatus had blocked the university students from entering the capital.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan