Along the Way: In Philippines helping in typhoon relief
Will Harper, a 2001 graduate of Roosevelt High School and the son of Mary Beth Harper and Joe Harper, both of Kent, is working in Tacloban, Philippines, assisting with the typhoon relief effort.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Malaysian National News Agency
Maldives Wins World's Best Island Destination Award
The Maldives has received the world's leading island destination title at the 2013 World Travel Awards in Qatar, Xinhua news agency reports local media as saying Friday.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Smile launches fastest internet in Arusha, Tanzania
Left, Deo Ndejembi, Head of Direct Sales; Centre, Fiona McGloin, Smile Tanzania Country Manager - Tanzania and Uganda, Right, Madaha Francis, Head of This week, Smile Communications Tanzania launches its Fourth Generation Long Term Evolution services in Arusha, bringing the high speed internet revolution to businesses, organizations and residents ... (more)
Mon Dec 02, 2013
San Francisco Bay View
Wanda's Picks for December 2013
This season we have lost two pillars of our San Francisco Bay Area community, Samuel Fredericks and Upesi Mtambuzi.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
After internship in Berkshires, nurse from Tanzania heads home to provide needed help
Next week, the 27-year-old returns to her African homeland after a three-month nursing internship in the Berkshire area learning how residents access health care through local hospitals, walk-in clinics and organizations that make house calls.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Kenya: KQ Increase Flights to 11 Routes Ahead of Festive Season
Kenya Airways has increased frequency to eleven destinations ahead of the December holidays as the airline prepares for an anticipated surge in demand for these routes during the festive season.
The courage of Tanzania carries home
The photo of Christina Ford was taken in late 2008 when she was visiting her grandmother's mission project in Mago, Tanzania.
Surgeon studies degree from Africa
A surgeon is the first graduate from an online programme which allowed him to study remotely while working in an African hospital.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Tanzania: Fastjet Flies 40 Percent First Time Fliers
FASTJET, a low-cost carrier, said almost 38 per cent out of 355,000 passengers they had flown in six destinations in the last one year were first time flyers.
Tanzania police set up special desks for gender violence cases
In this July 14, 2005 file photo girls listen as U.S. First Lady Laura Bush speaks during a visit to a school on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Mark Williams MP with children at the Dogodogo Street Project
CEREDIGION MP Mark Williams recently returned from a trip to Tanzania, as part of a delegation looking at the standards of education in the country.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Malawi: Karonga Diocese Embarks On a Girls Boarding School Construction Project
Lilongwe, November 23, Mana: As part of its 'We Shall Go To Them' motto, the Diocese of Karonga led by Bishop Martin Mtumbuka has inaugurated the construction of a girls secondary school that will be named St Mary's Boarding.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Malawi: Govt Cuts Travel to Cut Costs
President Dr. Joyce Banda Saturday said the cutting down of external and internal travel Government instituted recently as one of the ways of cutting expenses does not include 'critical travel.'
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Mold student aims to spread health word in Africa
A STUDENT is taking a year out in Africa to help people learn about the dangers of HIV and AIDS.
Surgery in a blackout: The doctor healing children's broken hearts
The young doctor received five years of training in Israel before heading back to Tanzania to help save the lives of children in need.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
IMF Hails Malawi Government On Cost Cut Measures Put in Place
The International Monitory Fund mission to Malawi on Wednesday hailed the Malawi Government for the 'Cost Cut Measures' that the Government has put in place to reduce its expenditure.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Kenya: Monarch Group Raises Hospitality Portfolio With Sh1 Billion Investment
It has set up Jambo Chester Hotels & Resorts, under which eight hospitality facilities spread across the country and Tanzania will be operated.
Africa's first underwater hotel in Tanzania to boost tourism
Designed by Swedish company Genberg Underwater Hotels, the three-storey structure is built using materials that allows it to float.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Tanzania: Manyara Region Plans to Build Own Airport
Manyara is in the process of constructing its own regional airport, a terminal which has been planned for Endakiso section of Magugu Ward in Babati District.
Discarded equipment is saving lives
The health board has donated vitally needed diagnostic equipment, which has been upgraded in the city's hospitals, to detect and treat oesophageal cancer.