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Fifa Club World Cup dates ‘disrespectful’ to Africa, says Mido

Holding the Fifa Club World Cup while the Africa Cup of Nations is ongoing is "disrespectful" to Africa, according to ex-Egypt striker...

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Tanzania: Morogoro to Focus On Environment Conservation

MOROGORO Region will launch environment conservation campaigns to restore the region's old glory of ancient forests and streams of flowing waters from the...

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Tanzania: Tz Investment Climate Attracts Global Car Manufacturer

GLOBAL Motor Manufacturer Nissan Tanzania Limited has acknowledged the presence of conducive investment climate in the country, which makes them consider establishing a...

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Tanzania: Intensify Research On Trade, Finance – Ifm Tasked

THE government has tasked the Institute of Finance Management (IFM) to intensify research and training in the areas of trade, finance, technology and...

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Tanzania: Banks Vow to Up Lending for Post-Covid Growth Recovery

THE Covid-19 pandemic devastated local banks' lending to the private sector, but the lenders are still upbeat of a bright future, as the...

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Tanzania: Tanzania At 60 – Agriculture Remains Key Economic Growth

THE government has said the country is stable in food security, as the Ministry of Agriculture insists it has recorded commendable achievements during...

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Tanzania: Simba Halfway to CAF Top 16

SIMBA are almost three quarters to CAF Confederation Cup's group stage following their 3-0 victory over Zambia Red Arrows at Benjamin Mkapa Stadium...

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Tanzania: Kilombero Sugar Invests 550bn/ – to Double Output

KILOMBERO Sugar, the largest sugar producer in the land, is investing 550bn/- to double its production and out growers' capacity in next two...

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Tanzania: Mpanda-Tabora Road Project to Boost Business

THE 216 kilometers road project from Mpanda to Tabora which is nearing completion has given a sigh of relief to citizens, traders and...

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Seychelles: Seychellois Seafarers Owed Payment By EU Vessels to Get 73 Percent of Pay

Seychellois seafarers who worked on European Union (EU) fishing vessels under previous protocols will receive 73 percent of the requested amount of...

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Tanzania: Morrison Shines As Simba Outshines Red Arrows FC

Dar es Salaam -- One of the football maestros in Tanzania, Simba SC, need at least a goalless draw in the return leg match...

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Tanzania: Morrison Shines As Simba Outshines Red Arrows FC

Dar es Salaam -- One of the football maestros in Tanzania, Simba SC, need at least a goalless draw in the return leg match...

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East Africa: East Africa – a Region in Debt As Top Banks Record $125m in Bad Loans

East Africa's top retail banks booked more than $125 million of bad loans in the nine months to September this year, as borrowers struggled...

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East Africa: East Africa – a Region in Debt As Top Banks Record $125m in Bad Loans

East Africa's top retail banks booked more than $125 million of bad loans in the nine months to September this year, as borrowers struggled...

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Uganda: CSOs Welcome Shs200bn Govt Recovery Fund for SMEs Hit By Covid

Civil Society Orgaisations(CSOs) have commended government for the recently announced shs200 billion small businesses recovery fund meant for SMEs hit by...

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Uganda: CSOs Welcome Shs200bn Govt Recovery Fund for SMEs Hit By Covid

Civil Society Orgaisations(CSOs) have commended government for the recently announced shs200 billion small businesses recovery fund meant for SMEs hit by...

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New Covid variant: Does southern Africa have enough vaccines?

Vaccination rollouts in many parts of Africa are lagging behind the rest of the world - but is this a problem of supply or...

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Congo-Kinshasa: Fraud and Bribery Linked to China-Congo ‘Deal of the Century’ – Report

Payoffs Through "Piggy Bank" for Ex-President's Inner Circle Cleared Path for Multibillion-Dollar Mining...

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South Africa: Five Missing After ‘Mud Rush’ Incident At Implats’ Rustenburg Mine

Five miners were missing at Impala Platinum's Rustenburg mine after a mud rush tore through the operation's 6 shaft on Sunday. Two miners...

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South Africa: Imperialist Theft – How Illicit Financial Flows and Capitalism Trample Human Rights in South Africa

Trevor Shaku is the national spokesperson for the South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu). He writes in his personal...

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South Africa: Springboks – Tests Highlight Challenges for Defending World Champs in 2023

If November's Tests are anything to go by, the Boks face a tough Rugby World Cup 2023...

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South Africa: Legislators Want Tougher Measures and Inspections for Chemical Storage Areas to Avoid Another UPL Disaster

Most KwaZulu-Natal legislators seem united about holding UPL to account for the Cornubia chemical inferno and the resulting pollution of the human and...

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South Africa: It’s Very Difficult to ‘Be Different’ When You Play the Gentlemen’s Game

The recent exposure of systemic racism in Yorkshire cricket, as well as harrowing stories of discrimination during South Africa's own inquest into racism...

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South Africa: How to Rapidly Combat Digital Harms and Cybersecurity Threats

This week we look at speed as a factor of combating disinformation. We then look at disinformation as an issue of...

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Covid Omicron: No need to panic, South Africa minister says

Joe Phaahla says South Africa is experienced in dealing with Covid variants, despite a surge in...

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South Africa: The Economics of the 2021 Elections – When Your Enemy’s Enemy Becomes Your Own Enmity

Tim Cohen is editor of Business Maverick. He is a business and political journalist and commentator of more years than he likes to...

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South Africa: Protect Domestic Tourism During 4th Wave, Urges Minister Sisulu

Protecting the country's domestic tourism has been identified as the main priority after South Africa was placed on a travel ban by several countries,...

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Tanzania: Seven die in Zanzibar after eating poisonous turtle meat

The meat is a delicacy for some in Tanzania but the authorities have now banned its...

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Uganda: As Floods Worsen, Uganda Moves to Protect Its Vanishing Wetlands #AfricaClimateCrisis

Kampala -- Environmental officials are cracking down on wetland filling - but removing jobs-providing industries from wetland areas will prove a significant...

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