Tanzania’s Deputy Speaker Wants More MPs Into Maternal Health

[Citizen] Dodoma -The deputy speaker of Parliament, Dr Tulia Ackson wants more and more Members of Parliament (MPs) to get involved in issues pertaining to maternal health.

[Citizen] Dodoma -The deputy speaker of Parliament, Dr Tulia Ackson wants more and more Members of Parliament (MPs) to get involved in issues pertaining to maternal health.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Parliamentary Committee Happy With NMB

[Citizen] Dodoma -The Parliamentary Public Investment Committee (PIC) has sai that it is happy with the performance of NMB Bank Plc but displayed concerns over declining profits for the banking sector during the past two years.

[Citizen] Dodoma -The Parliamentary Public Investment Committee (PIC) has sai that it is happy with the performance of NMB Bank Plc but displayed concerns over declining profits for the banking sector during the past two years.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Farewell for UDSM Students, Staffs Who Died in Ambulance Crash to Take Place Thursday

[Citizen] Dar Es Saalam -Farewell for four victims of an ambulance crash, that included University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) students and staffs will take place on Thursday at the Nkurumah Hall.

[Citizen] Dar Es Saalam -Farewell for four victims of an ambulance crash, that included University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) students and staffs will take place on Thursday at the Nkurumah Hall.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Delicate Act for Treasury Boss Rotich

[Nation] It’s a delicate balancing act for Treasury Secretary Henry Rotich as he presents a budget which is expected to be largely financed by tax increases and debt, with economists saying this is unjustified in light of deeply entrenched corruption.

[Nation] It’s a delicate balancing act for Treasury Secretary Henry Rotich as he presents a budget which is expected to be largely financed by tax increases and debt, with economists saying this is unjustified in light of deeply entrenched corruption.

Real Talk On SABC 3 Welcomes Azania Mosaka As New Host

[News24Wire] Radio presenter, business woman, mother and MC, Azania Mosaka will be stepping back in front of the camera to take on the role as the official host for Real Talk on SABC 3.

[News24Wire] Radio presenter, business woman, mother and MC, Azania Mosaka will be stepping back in front of the camera to take on the role as the official host for Real Talk on SABC 3.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Tough Balancing Act for Treasury in Bid to Finance National Budget

[Nation] It’s a delicate balancing act for Treasury secretary Henry Rotich as he Thursday presents a budget whose growth is expected to be largely financed by tax increases which critics feel are unjustified in light of deeply entrenched corruption in …

[Nation] It's a delicate balancing act for Treasury secretary Henry Rotich as he Thursday presents a budget whose growth is expected to be largely financed by tax increases which critics feel are unjustified in light of deeply entrenched corruption in government.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

MTN Celebrates 20 Years of Operations in Rwanda

[CAJ News] Kigali -MTN Rwanda, the first foreign-based entity of the South African telecommunications company, has officially launched celebrations of 20 years operating in the East African country.

[CAJ News] Kigali -MTN Rwanda, the first foreign-based entity of the South African telecommunications company, has officially launched celebrations of 20 years operating in the East African country.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Lourenço’s ‘Flying Palace’ and a Coconut Head

[Maka] Following his 11-day European tour, Angolan president, João Lourenço, arrived home with a staggering flight bill. He spent several million dollars on a US $74,000 an hour luxurious “flying palace” that transported him the whole time, while preaching anti-corruption at home. The distinguished Ghanaian economist and activist, George Ayittey, has a name for this kind of a leader: a coconut head.

[Maka] Following his 11-day European tour, Angolan president, João Lourenço, arrived home with a staggering flight bill. He spent several million dollars on a US $74,000 an hour luxurious "flying palace" that transported him the whole time, while preaching anti-corruption at home. The distinguished Ghanaian economist and activist, George Ayittey, has a name for this kind of a leader: a coconut head.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola