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Fresh Burundi Meeting Next Month.

Fresh Burundi Meeting Next Month.

The Facilitator for the Burundi Dialogue, Mr Benjamin William Mkapa, has completed the first round of the peace talks, saying he will convene the meeting next month, allowing consultation chance to parties that failed to attend the Arusha sessions. Mr Mkapa, who was the president of Tanzania during the initial Burundi Peace accord, said he [&hellip

Desmond Tutu’s Daughter Quits Anglican Church After Marrying a Woman.

Desmond Tutu’s Daughter Quits Anglican Church After Marrying a Woman.

The Rev. Canon Mpho Tutu-Van Firth, the daughter of former Cape Town Archbishop Desmond Tutu, has revealed that she is giving up her church license over her decision to marry a woman. “Because the South African Anglican Church does not recognise our marriage, I can no longer exercise my priestly ministry in South Africa,” Tutu-Van [&hellip

Lake Chad Basin

Lake Chad Basin

Believe it or not, there are actual concerns in the world that do not depend on what 1,000 people in Iowa, called at random, think of the trustworthiness of a guy who gets policy advice from Alex Jones. There is, for example, the Lake Chad Basin in Africa, which is probably where our next humanitarian [&hellip

Afghan Taliban Announce Successor To Mullah Mansour.

Afghan Taliban Announce Successor To Mullah Mansour.

The Afghan Taliban have announced a new leader to replace Mullah Akhtar Mansour who was killed in a US drone strike. In a statement, the Taliban acknowledged Mansour’s death for the first time and named his successor as Mawlawi Haibatullah Akhundzada. Little is known of the direction he will take the militants but analysts say [&hellip

MP Given Last Chance To Prove Claims In House.

MP Given Last Chance To Prove Claims In House.

The National Assembly yesterday gave Simanjiro Member of Parliament (CHADEMA), Mr James Millya, a four-day ultimatum to prove his statement that the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office (Policy, Parliament, Labour, Employment, Youth and Disabled), Ms Jenista Mhagama, is related to a spouse of one of the top managers of Sky Associate Company which operates [&hellip

Court Orders Prosecution To File Certificate On Case Of Queen Of Ivory.

Court Orders Prosecution To File Certificate On Case Of Queen Of Ivory.

The Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday directed the prosecution to expedite the process of filing a certificate, conferring its jurisdiction to hear the case against the alleged Queen of Ivory, Chinese Yang Feng Clan, (66). Principal Resident Magistrate Huruma Shahidi gave such directives when the case against the Chinese, who is [&hellip

High-Voltage Power Line To Zambia On Drawing Board.

High-Voltage Power Line To Zambia On Drawing Board.

Tanzania plans to build a high-voltage electricity line to Zambia to meet the growing demand for power and related challenges in the neighbouring country, the Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, has said. 0 Comments Premier Majaliwa, who is in Zambia to attend the 51st Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the African Development [&hellip

Tourism Promotion, War On Poaching High On 2016/17 Agenda.

Tourism Promotion, War On Poaching High On 2016/17 Agenda.

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism has announced a special drive to curb poaching, ensure extensive tourism promotion and marketing; and enable advanced forestry conservation. These are among major highlights of the 135.8bn/- budget estimates for the 2016/2017 fiscal year — an increase of 43 per cent from the previous year — unveiled by [&hellip

Case against Zuma, not about corruption: Analyst

Case against Zuma, not about corruption: Analyst

Press TV has interviewed David Cherry, with the Africa Desk of the Executive Intelligence Review, about demands in South Africa to sue President Jacob Zuma over graft allegations. The following is a rough transcription of the interview. Press TV: How do you feel about this case once again being brought forth? Cherry: It’s important to [&hellip

One killed in Kenya as police, protesters clash ahead of election

One killed in Kenya as police, protesters clash ahead of election

At least one person has lost his life as police in Kenya fired tear gas to scatter protesters demanding the dissolution of the country’s electoral commission ahead of next year’s presidential election. According to Press TV, on Monday, Kenya’s riot police used tear gas and water cannons in the country’s capital of Nairobi to disperse [&hellip