Opposition Suspicious of Magufuli’s Job Offers

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The opposition party, ACT-Wazalendo, yesterday said it was concerned by the growing trend of President John Magufuli to give government jobs to its senior cadres, noting that this threatens the strength and image of the party.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The opposition party, ACT-Wazalendo, yesterday said it was concerned by the growing trend of President John Magufuli to give government jobs to its senior cadres, noting that this threatens the strength and image of the party.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Mugabe ‘Anoints’ Chosen Successor

[Zimbabwe Standard] President Robert Mugabe could have given the biggest hint yet of his preferred successor after his first campaign event on Friday and a presentation by Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo, a day earlier where he put…

[Zimbabwe Standard] President Robert Mugabe could have given the biggest hint yet of his preferred successor after his first campaign event on Friday and a presentation by Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo, a day earlier where he put forward Defence minister Sydney Sekeramayi as one of the most qualified people to take over from the 93-year-old ruler.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

ZBC Workers Fume As Union Leaders ‘Bribed’ By Management

[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) workers are up in arms with their union leaders after they were allegedly rewarded with thousands of dollars for pressing management over back-pay.

[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) workers are up in arms with their union leaders after they were allegedly rewarded with thousands of dollars for pressing management over back-pay.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Vice President Samia Wants Legal Measures On Environmental Pollution

[Citizen] Butiama/Dar es Salaam -As the Tanzania and the global community at large commemorate the World Environment Day, Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan yesterday directed authorities across the country to take legal measures against industries com…

[Citizen] Butiama/Dar es Salaam -As the Tanzania and the global community at large commemorate the World Environment Day, Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan yesterday directed authorities across the country to take legal measures against industries companies which spill waste into water sources and residential areas.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

ZEC Voter Registration, Education Time Not Adequate – Political Parties

[New Zimbabwe] Mutare -Opposition political parties have expressed concern over the time allocated for voter registration and education by Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) ahead of next year’s elections.

[New Zimbabwe] Mutare -Opposition political parties have expressed concern over the time allocated for voter registration and education by Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) ahead of next year's elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Pregnant Women Turned Away At Masvingo Clinic

[New Zimbabwe] Masvingo city council has opened investigations into at the city’s main maternity clinic after several expecting mothers in the past weeks were turned away for seeking health services after working hours.

[New Zimbabwe] Masvingo city council has opened investigations into at the city's main maternity clinic after several expecting mothers in the past weeks were turned away for seeking health services after working hours.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Set to Issue Four-Day Transit Visa

[Nation] Kenya will from January start issuing four-day transit visas allowing foreign passengers on Kenya Airways #ticker:KQ awaiting connection flights at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to exit for shopping and sightseeing.

[Nation] Kenya will from January start issuing four-day transit visas allowing foreign passengers on Kenya Airways #ticker:KQ awaiting connection flights at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to exit for shopping and sightseeing.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Are Mexican Farmers Benefitting From Kenya’s Maize Crisis?

[Africa Check] Raila Odinga, Kenya’s main opposition candidate, claimed that foreign maize farmers are benefiting at the expense of Kenyan growers following a food crisis. We weighed up the evidence.

[Africa Check] Raila Odinga, Kenya's main opposition candidate, claimed that foreign maize farmers are benefiting at the expense of Kenyan growers following a food crisis. We weighed up the evidence.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya