September 02

  • Tanzania: Region's Leaders Enact Joint Anti-Terror Strategy

    Daily News

    FIFTEEN head of African states are on Monday meeting here to contemplate how they could jointly team up in combating terrorism and all other acts that threaten peace and security... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Environmental Degradation Rocks Ukerewe

    Daily News

    THE natural Itira forest in Ukerewe District has disappeared after residents cut down trees in the vast area that covers about 114 hectares. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Financial Constraints Stifle PSC Operations

    Daily News

    INADEQUATE funds and human resources have been identified as some of the major challenges facing the Tanzania Public Service Commission (PSC), causing it to fail to meet its goals. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Ignorance of Laws Hinder Big Mining Investments

    Daily News

    LACK of awareness of various laws and regulations related to mining activities has been cited as one of the setbacks and main source of misunderstanding between local communities... Read more »

  • Tanzania: New Katiba 'To Incorporate Disabled People's Rights'

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    THE new constitution will incorporate the rights of people living with disabilities, Constituent Assembly (CA) Chairperson, Mr Samuel Sitta, has said. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Public Service Commission Decries Lack of Funds, Staff

    Daily News

    INADEQUATE funds and human resources have been identified as some of the major challenges facing the Tanzania Public Service Commission, causing it to fail to meet its goals. Read more »

  • Tanzania: ENOC Africa Wins Another Tender to Import Fuel

    Daily News

    A TANZANIAN oil company, ENOC Africa, has won a tender to import fuel under the Petroleum Bulk Procurement System (BPS) for the month of October, this year. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Mem Urges Full-Throttle Mining

    Daily News

    THE country's mineral wealth does not match with its tapping, the Commissioner of Minerals, Mr Paul Masanja, has said. To ensure adequate tapping of the minerals, the Ministry of... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Cattle Supply Dwindles At Pugu Market

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    MONTHLY cattle supply at Pugu market slowed down in August with the average sales per market day declining by 4.8 per cent to 516 compared to 542 in July. Read more »

  • Tanzania: NGO Conducts Training On Children's Rights and Duties

    Daily News

    RAPID increase in the number of child abuse cases, especially those involving young girls in Rombo District, Kilimanjaro Region, are said to be fuelled by the community's lack of... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Germany Refutes Ukawa-Funding Claims

    Daily News

    FOLLOWING recent allegations which were published by a section of the local media linking the German government with influencing the current constitutional debate, the country's... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Sports Teachers Require Training

    Daily News

    TANZANIA needs to invest heavily in training schools sports teachers for it to turn around its sports fortunes. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Combating Child Labour Amid Increasing Exploitation

    Daily News

    DAVID Mwita stood up and stretched his young frame, feeling the tightening of his muscles as he did so, but he knew that rest for him will come after five more hours. Read more »

  • Tanzania: ...mtawala Steps Down

    Daily News

    THE Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) Director of Member Associations and Legal Affairs, Evodius Mtawala, has stepped down from his position for what is claimed to be poor working... Read more »

  • Tanzania: CCM Electoral Promises Fulfilled

    Daily News

    PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has said that no one can challenge Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) in connection with its commitment to carry out its manifesto. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Council Barred From Collecting Scrapped 'Nuisance' Levy

    Daily News

    AUTHORITIES in Coast Region have issued an order barring Kibaha District Council from collecting hotel and guesthouse levy, which was scrapped by Parliament in 2009 but the council... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Kariakoo Halts After EFDs Protest

    Daily News

    BUSINESS at Tanzania's busiest commercial enclave of Kariakoo in Dar es Salaam almost came to a standstill yesterday as most traders refused to open their shops, protesting the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: T-Bills Yields Down, Appetite Up

    Daily News

    DESPITE shelving weighted average yield across all tenures, the treasury bills auction was oversubscribed by 267bn/- , thanks to the continued improvement of liquidity in the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: TFF Unaware of Joint Afcon Bid

    Daily News

    FOOTBALL Kenya Federation (FKF) are yet to officially communicate through writing to the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) informing them of a joint bid to host the 2017 Africa... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Yes, Mining Companies Must Take Care of the Environment

    Daily News

    THERE is an interesting new development in Tanzania's mining sector where the government is finalising preparations for establishing an environmental rehabilitation bond. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Dar Golfers Fail to Regain EA Challenge Trophy

    Daily News

    ONCE again the national golf team failed to restore the glory lost for years at the 16th edition of the East Africa Golf Challenge Trophy in Entebbe, Uganda over the weekend. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Fish Supply Declines in Dar After Weather Warnin

    Daily News

    FISH prices in Dar es Salaam has gone up after supply at the ferry market declined a day after the Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) warned of strong winds at the entire coastal... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Kagera RC Calls for Establishment of Revolving Fund for Youth Groups

    Daily News

    KAGERA Regional Commissioner (RC), Mr Fabian Massawe, has appealed to all the councils in the region to start a revolving fund to enable the youth secure soft loans. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Why Mechanised Agriculture Is Vital for Development

    Daily News

    TANZANIA has been, and still is striving to improve its agricultural sector by encouraging and promoting mechanization of the sector -the modern farming technologies - sought to... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Tarime DC Issues Strong Warning Against FGM

    Daily News

    THE government in Tarime District, Mara Region, has issued a strong warning against engaging in female genital mutilation (FGM), which is widely believed to take place here later... Read more »

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