UPDATE 1-Tanzania says investigating Iran tankers accusation
Thu Jul 5, 2012 10:32am GMT
* U.S. committee says Tanzania risks sanctions
* Tanzania says taking investigation 'very seriously'
* Calls for U.S., EU help in investigations (Adds quotes, detail, background)
DAR ES SALAAM...
Bunge committees trip abroad raises eyebrows
Tuesday, 26 June 2012 23:04
By Mkinga Mkinga
The Citizen Reporter
Dar es Salaam. Members of the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Security left the country yesterday for a tour of several embassies.The chairman of the...
Just run into this, ......................Anyone know what happened to these thieves????
Puzzle as UDA millions paid to board chairman
Tuesday, 02 August 2011 21:58
By The Citizen Team
Dodoma/Dar. Some Sh270 million meant for the purchase of State-owned commuter transport firm...
Malawi riots spread to major cities after troops clash with protesters Violence erupts in Lilongwe and Blantyre as army and police try to halt anti-government demonstrations
Malawi in flames: Riots broke out in Lilongwe and Blantyre after a court injunction banned protests against the...
This is yet another financial crime. Hii serikali kweli ni ya kinyonyaji ni mpaka itolewe kinguvu, hivi hivi nothing will happen. They cant be bother to see what kicked off ousting of the Arab countries leaders recently?
Guys, watanzania pia tuna MADAI HALALI! from our leadership.
BAE Tanzania deal money 'used as bribe'
By Martin Shankleman
Employment correspondent, BBC News
BAE admits it failed to keep proper accounts, but denies any corruption Continue reading the main story
High Court halts BAE settlement A judge at Southwark Crown Court...
The Tanzanian prosecutor investigating worldwide misconduct by BAE, Britain's biggest arms company, confided to US diplomats that "his life may be in danger" and senior politicians in his small African country were "untouchable".
A leaked account of what the head of Tanzania's anti-corruption...
BAE Systems is to pay a fine of $400m (£250m) after pleading guilty to a charge of conspiring to make false statements to the US government.
The UK's largest defence group has also reached agreement with the UK Serious Fraud Office to plead guilty to breach of duty to keep accounting records...