[Zimbabwe Independent] Government has weakened itself by creating monopolies and appointing Zanu-PF officials in key positions in government departments and parastatals. The decision to do so was more political than professional.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A mining company linked to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland has become the second investor to declare a dispute with the Tanzania government over a retention mining licence that was repossessed by the government for fresh bidding.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Barrick North Mara plans to cut more jobs as part of reorganization to meet operational requirements and increase efficiency.
[New Zimbabwe] Former Cabinet Minister, Jonathan Moyo is breathing fire after Lands Minister, Perrance Shiri grabbed his Mazowe farm in Mashonaland Central under unclear circumstances.
[Daily Trust] The six member countries of the West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ) comprising Nigeria, Ghana, Gambia, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, have rejected the adoption of ‘Eco’ as the name of the proposed single currency for West Africa.
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Congress Party (MCP) has rubbished President Peter Mutharika’s assertions that the opposition political party leaders are planning to topple his government through violent demonstrations.
[East African] Kenya has banned all state officers from sitting on the boards of parastatals as independent directors as part of austerity measures to curb further wastage of revenues in a bleeding economy weighed down by massive corruption, excessive spending, ballooning public debt and declining revenue collections.
[East African] This is the year for Tanzania’s political hygiene, and, during the coming 350-plus days, we are likely to traverse momentous and fateful decisions and undertakings, which may fundamentally alter the way politics is played and the country is governed.
[Monitor] President Museveni has explain why he dished out ‘brown envelopes’ to persons he met and interacted with during the just concluded 195km trek.
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