Richest Forex Traders in Tanzania

The landscape of forex trading in Tanzania is evolving rapidly, with a new generation of traders making significant strides in the industry
By The Standard Apr. 22, 2024
How to increase Bitcoin assets and traffic to your website?
How to increase Bitcoin assets and traffic to your website?

When the word bitcoin comes in front each one of you automatically thinks of the trading and there are various online platforms and apps like bitqh app assisting the trading process and making people enjoy some amazing profit. Though the crypto world has made the mark still it wants more users to dive in. So apart […]

By The Standard Jan. 16, 2021
Cryptocurrency Soon To Become New Normal.

Cryptocurrencies have come a long way since the primary Bitcoin which used to purchase a few pizzas. Few of the individuals who owned these monetary standards still have them. But, numerous who rode the primary wave of crypto have been rewarded with a plentiful sum of cash and properties. How almost 10 astounding forecasts for […]

By The Standard Jan. 2, 2021
‘Shilling weakness not linked note plan’

Kenya’s central bank governor said on Thursday he was not concerned by this month’s falls in the shilling and the weakness was not linked to plans to invalidate the old 1 000 shilling note.

By The Standard Jun. 23, 2019
Nigerian Islamists kill 59 pupils in boarding school attack

Gunmen from Islamist group Boko Haram shot or burned to death 59 pupils in a boarding school in northeast Nigeria overnight,

By The Standard Feb. 26, 2014
Nelson Mandela discharged from hospital

Nelson Mandela has been sent home from hospital but will continue to receive intensive care at his Johannesburg residence, the South African presidency has said.

By The Standard Sep. 1, 2013
S Africa secrecy bill under scrutiny

JOHANNESBURG — South Africa’s parliament approved a bill for managing state secrets, ending a three-year battle over legislation

By The Standard Apr. 28, 2013
Africa has spruced up its image, says Kaberuka

African Development Bank president Donald Kaberuka believes Africa, written off for decades as a hopeless continent always begging for aid

By The Standard Apr. 7, 2013
Africa pays out dividends for democracy

JOHANNESBURG -— Africa is rising not only on the growth charts of economists.

By The Standard Apr. 7, 2013
UN condemns Mali rights abuses

The United Nations condemned human rights crimes committed in northern Mali by “rebels, terrorist groups and other organised transnational crime networks”.

By The Standard Mar. 24, 2013
CAR opens fire on rebels as peace deal breaks down

A Central African Republic attack helicopter opened fire on rebels advancing on the capital on Friday, breaking up their column.

By The Standard Mar. 24, 2013
Somali president grants amnesty to pirates

Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has granted amnesty to hundreds of young Somali pirates to reduce the threat to shipping in the seas off the Horn of Africa state, a senior regional official said.

By The Standard Mar. 3, 2013
Zuma takes anti-rape campaign to schools

President Jacob Zuma launched an anti-rape campaign targeting South Africa’s 10 million schoolchildren on Thursday.

By The Standard Mar. 3, 2013
Ethnic clashes erupt in Guinea

Guinean President Alpha Conde appealed for calm on Friday after rival ethnic gangs fought with knives and truncheons in the capital.

By The Standard Mar. 3, 2013
Motlanthe agonising over ANC leadership

The ANC in South Africa’s richest province backed Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe last week as its choice for leader of the ruling party, keeping him in the hunt for a position that would tee him up to be president of Africa’s biggest economy.

By The Standard Dec. 2, 2012
Viewpoint: How tribalism stunts African democracy

Africa’s democratic transition is back in the spotlight. The concern is no longer the stranglehold of autocrats, but the hijacking of the democratic process by tribal politics.

By The Standard Nov. 28, 2012
Victims cry foul over Uganda’s LRA strategy

Uganda’s practice of pardoning and then integrating into its military captured or surrendered members of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) has come in for criticism by civilians.

By The Standard Oct. 31, 2012
African Union reinstates Mali ahead of military action

AU lifted Mali’s suspension from the bloc on Wednesday, saying an African plan to help the country claw back territory from Islamist militants would be ready within weeks.

By The Standard Oct. 25, 2012
Equatorial Guinean rights lawyer Nsue ‘missing’

A top human rights lawyer in Equatorial Guinea has gone missing, fuelling concern that he has been illegally detained, a rights group has said.

By The Standard Oct. 24, 2012
We are ready: Bringing Somalia’s recovery online

At The Village Restaurant, a popular open-air hangout for Mogadishu’s returning diaspora community, a charcoal-powered Italian espresso machine brews Somalia’s best cappuccino.

By The Standard Oct. 23, 2012
“Southern Africa is facing a silent food-insecurity emergency,” Bragg

UN deputy humanitarian chief Catherine Bragg wrapped up her five-day visit to southern Africa last week.

By The Standard Oct. 22, 2012
Malawian online journalist granted bail

The Lilongwe Magistrate Court on Wednesday granted bail to online journalist, Justice Mponda, who was arrested on Monday for allegedly insulting President Joyce Banda

By The Standard Oct. 18, 2012
Jacob Zuma calls on striking miners to return to work

South African President Jacob Zuma has called on workers to return to their jobs after a series of violent strikes.

By The Standard Oct. 18, 2012
Rwanda defence chief leads DR Congo rebels, UN report says

Rwanda’s defence minister is effectively commanding a rebellion in the Democratic Republic of Congo, UN experts say.

By The Standard Oct. 17, 2012
Two Guinean ministers quit government

CONAKRY — Two Guinean opposition ministers have resigned from President Alpha Conde’s government after their party decided to break ties with the ruling party following a violent crackdown of opposition protest.

By The Standard Sep. 2, 2012
SA strikes widen, stoke contagion fears

JOHANNESBURG — South African bullion miner Gold Fields said about a quarter of its 46 000 workers had been on a wildcat strike since Wednesday evening in the latest labour unrest to hit the mining industry of Africa’s top economy.

By The Standard Sep. 2, 2012
Don’t emulate Mugabe, civil society tells Sata

CIVIL society in Zambia has warned the country’s president, Michael Sata, against copying the leadership style of his Zimbabwean counterpart, President Robert Mugabe, as this could have dire consequences for the country.

By The Standard Sep. 2, 2012
Disgruntled Angolans go to vote

LUANDA — Angolans voted on Friday in a one-sided election expected to prolong President Jose Eduardo dos Santos’ nearly 33 years in power, but many citizens said they wanted to see a more equal share-out of wealth in Africa’s No. 2 oil producer.

By The Standard Sep. 2, 2012