African Cities Sign Pledge To Reduce Carbon Emissions To Zero By 2050

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Until now Africa has been mostly known for vulnerability to climate change instead of taking actions to solve the problem. Lately a group of African cities have vowed to change such intend. Earlier this week eight African cities including Dar es Salaam and Accra pledged to cut required emissions to meet the target of Paris Agreement at a planning meeting ...

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Foreign Tourists Stabbed In Zanzibar Restaurant; Suspect At Large

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Four foreign tourists and two others were stabbed on Sunday in Zanzibar by a young man at a restaurant. According to police spokesman Hassan Nassir Ali, the attacker stabbed the people and ran away in the evening when people were breaking their Ramadan fast into the Lukman restaurant in the capital Stone Town in semi-autonomous region of Tanzania. The attacker ...

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Zanzibar’s Government Funded Pension Scheme Is Role Model For Other Nations

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Zanzibar is much talked about these days in other East African nations and mostly by the elderly people. The semi-autonomous archipelago of Tanzania introduced in 2016 a first of its kind government-funded pension scheme for those citizens who are at least 70-year-old. The elderly is entitled to a monthly pension of 20,000 shillings, which is about 9 USD. The scheme ...

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Tanzania, Uganda Signs Agreement On Energy, Civil Aviation At JPC Meet

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Tanzania has signed an agreement with Uganda for the enhancement of energy and civil aviation. Augustine Mahiga, Minister for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, said the agreements were signed at a Joint Partnership Commission (JPC) meeting on Wednesday in Arusha. Uganda too is a member of East African Community (EAC). JPC was established in 2007 in Uganda and the ...

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BREAKING: Nigerian Military Mistakenly Bombs Refugee Camp; 100 Dead

Nigerian force mistakenly bombed a refugee camp Tuesday while on a mission against Boko Haram. Over 100 refugees have been killed including aid workers. About 200 others are injured, according to doctors and government official. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari said it is a regrettable operational mistake. The accidental bombardment happened in the northeastern town of Rann, near to Cameroon border. ...

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Arusha Children Mostly Molested By Close Relatives: Report

Arusha – Gender and Children Desk head at the Arusha Central Police Station Happyness Temu revealed about fifty school children in the city have been molested by close relatives including uncles, cousins, brothers and even male parents. She added the children don’t know whom to report when they are abused by their own parents or close relatives. Moreover, the victims ...

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Judge Ask For Mutual Agreement Resulting From Meditation

How can a court case be solved with medication? If taken a look at the Mwananchi Comminications Limited (MCL) and one Winfrida Igogo, the statement may turn true. On October 13, about eleven days from now, it was consented before Judge R.A. Teemba to solve Case No. 199 of 2016 through meditation at the Dar es Salaam Mediation Centre of ...

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