July 30

  • Tanzania: VP, Pinda Advocate Greater Tranquility

    Daily News

    THE Vice-President, Dr Mohamed Gharib Bilal, has called upon Tanzanians to desist from engaging in evil things that can plunge the nation into turmoil regardless of their religious... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Solution to Water Source Woes At Burka Sought

    Daily News

    THE government has stepped into the ongoing scramble for the water source in Burka Coffee Estate area by ordering the Pangani River Basin management to join hands with the Arusha... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Construction Stakeholders Push for Legislation of Transparency Statute

    Daily News

    PLANS by stakeholders in the local construction industry to adopt London-based Construction Sector Transparency (CoST) that is officially backed by legislation have been commended. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Women Entrepreneurs Appeal for Financial Support

    Daily News

    SALMA Othman Mohammed is a determined entrepreneur, running a small factory at Meli-Nne area, in the west district. She says many women are now interested in entrepreneurship but... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Women, Children Abuse in Zanzibar Incurs Shein Wrath

    Daily News

    PRESIDENT Ali Mohamed Shein has renewed the call for maintaining peace and stability, saying security in the country was currently good, as he decried continued abuse of children... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Holiday Makers Appreciate Food Prices

    Daily News

    AS Muslims celebrate Idd el Fitr in Sumbawanga municipality on Wednesday they and others of different faiths are also celebrating low prices of food crops, thanks to the bumper... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Iringa Man to Spend 30 Years in Jail for Raping Housemaid

    Daily News

    A HERDSMAN at Ipamba Hospital in Iringa Region, Damian Kindole, will remain behind bars 30 years for raping a housemaid. The housemaid was employed by a nurse, working at the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: British Gas Opposes Application On Disposal of Gas Block Interests

    Daily News

    THE British Gas Tanzania Limited has opposed the application filed by businessman Moto Mabanga to prevent disposal of interests in three disputed gas blocks along offshore in... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Terror, Islam Not Linked - Cleric

    Daily News

    ISLAM should not be linked to the terror attacks that have been gaining momentum in Tanzania and in other areas in the world, the Dar es Salaam Region Chief Sheikh, Alhad Musa... Read more »

  • Kenya: Two Tanzanians in Court for Having Expired Passports

    The Star

    TWO Tanzanian nationals arrested last week in connection to the terror attacks in Lamu were on Monday arraigned at the Lamu law courts. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Commercial Banks Should Be Guarded By Armed Policemen

    Daily News

    POLICE officers and bank staff converge at the Kinondoni Branch of Barclays Bank in Dar es Salaam earlier this year after bandits staged a daylight armed robbery, making away with... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Volunteers Build School Dormitories

    Daily News

    DUTCH volunteers have camped in Kibosho Division in Moshi for construction work on Kibosho Technical College dormitories. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Muslims Urged to Uphold Peace

    Daily News

    MUSLIMS in the country have been urged to maintain peace and tranquility for the betterment of national development, solidarity and love. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Parents, Guardians - Take a Leaf From Magdalena's Parents [opinion]

    Daily News

    TEAM Tanzania is not doing well in the on-going Club Games in Glasgow, Scotland, as we had expected, especially after camping in China, Turkey, New Zealand and Ethiopia. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Leopards Prepare for Rugby Seven Circuit

    Daily News

    AS part of their drive to boost the image of local rugby, the Dar Leopards intend sending a team to Kenya and Zambia next month. Read more »

  • Tanzania: When Industrial Waste Control Is Imperative

    Daily News

    IT has been reported in the press that oil and gas waste control company in the municipality of Mtwara has formed a committee that will ensure that local community leaders monitor... Read more »

  • Tanzania: DCB Bank Shareholders Share Sh1.8 Billion Dividend

    Daily News

    DCB Commercial Bank has paid 1.8bn/- to its shareholders as dividend, which is an increase of 90 per cent compared to 950m/- paid in the year 2012. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Dar Champions Future Malaria Treatment

    Daily News

    AN international research team has tabled the first-ever clinical trial findings, demonstrating controlled malaria infection in Tanzania following a study conducted on behalf of... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Dar Set for Chess Olympiads

    Daily News

    TANZANIA is marking an important moment in sports history as its national team leaves the country for the International Chess Olympiads commencing on Friday in Tromso, Norway. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Misery Piles for Team Tanzania

    Daily News

    MISERY continues to haunt Team Tanzania in the ongoing 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland with its athletes putting up a lackadaisical show. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Why Isles People's Culture Must Be Protected At Any Cost

    Daily News

    WITH a lot of preaching during the Holy Month of Ramadan, about the need to observe religious teachings and shun forbidden acts, one would have expected a change among the youth. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Taifa Stars Jet Off to Maputo

    Daily News

    THE national soccer team, 'Taifa Stars', will jet off to Maputo, Mozambique ready for a return leg, second round match of the 2015 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers against... Read more »

July 29

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