Tanzanian seeks more evidence in Hammarskjöld death investigation

Tanzanian seeks more evidence in Hammarskjöld death investigation

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has asked member nations to cooperate with Tanzanian Mohamed Othman as he continues a comprehensive investigation into the death of former UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjöld – a case that is now more than a half-century old. Othman, the former chief justice of Tanzania, leads an inquiry…

Clinton Foundation annual report reaffirms African commitments

The Clinton Foundation will continue many of its programs serving African countries, according to the 2016 annual report issued online this week and an accompanying letter from former United States President Bill Clinton. The foundation came under heavy fire during America’s bitter 2016 presidential contest, in which former U.S. Secretary…

Tanzania: Dar es Salaam water, transport boosted by World Bank

Nearly 2 million people in Tanzania are expected to benefit from newly approved World Bank financing for improvements in the East African country’s water services and infrastructure. The USD$225 million will come from the International Development Association (IDA), through the Second Water Sector Support Project, the World Bank said in…