Tanzania: Plight of Activists, Lawyers Held Without Charge Sparks Protest in South Africa
A group of about 100 people gathered outside the Tanzania High Commission in Pretoria to protest against the Tanzanian government's detention of 13 individuals, two of whom are… Read more »
Southern Africa: The SADC Wrap - Tanzania Crackdown Continues, Malawi Jails Former Minister
From Malawi and Tanzania to Angola and across southern Africa, KRISTEN VAN SCHIE brings you a weekly round-up of news making regional waves. Read more »
Tanzania: Tanzania - President Magufuli Loses Rap Battle With Critic
Tanzanian rapper Nay wa Mitego may only have spent one night in jail, but his brief incarceration casts President John Magufuli's administration in a most unflattering light. Read more »
October 13, 2016
Tanzania: Tanzania's Magufuli - Timely Reformist or Just Another Despot?
President John Magufuli has vowed to clean up government, firing officials deemed corrupt or incompetent. But his combative style has brought with it some barriers to investment.… Read more »
August 10, 2016
Tanzania: Tongue-Tied - How English-Medium Education Hobbles Tanzania's Children
In Tanzania, school pupils have a six-week English crash course before they begin secondary school, delivered by a teacher who has been through the same dysfunctional system. After… Read more »
February 14, 2016
Tanzania: Hundred Days Later, What Has Magufuli Done?
Tanzania's new president was a relatively unknown quantity when he came to power last year. It didn't take long for that to change. His headline-grabbing anti-corruption and… Read more »
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