April 22

  • Former Tanzania President Asks for Regional Fair Justice

    EA Business

    Former Tanzania President Benjamin Mkapa has urged the EAC Partner States to enhance the region's early warning systems to identify and spotlight genocidal violence, so that... Read more »

  • Debate On Constitution Draft Continues On Tuesday

    Daily News

    THE Constituent Assembly (CA) resumes its debate on Chapters One and Six of the Katiba draft here this morning, after a four-day Easter recess. Read more »

  • Suspected Women Killers Arrested

    Daily News

    POLICE in Mara Region have apprehended a total of 26 suspects linked to the killing of a dozen women in Butiama District. Read more »

  • UK Touts Bt Cotton Introduction

    Daily News

    SINCE the collapse of Tanzania's textile industries in late 1980s and subsequent privatisation in 1990s, the country has almost become a net clothing importer. Read more »

  • 10 Die in Simiyu Road Horror

    Daily News

    AT least 10 people were reported dead and several others seriously injured, when a bus they were traveling in from Tarime veered off the road before hitting a house along the... Read more »

  • Debate On Draft Katiba Roars On Tuesday

    Daily News

    THE Constituent Assembly (CA) resumes its debate on Chapters One and Six of the Katiba draft here this morning, after a four-day Easter recess. Read more »

  • Ex-Co-Op Staff Loses Appeal for Sh450 Million Terminal Benefits

    Daily News

    THE Court of Appeal of Tanzania has dismissed with costs an appeal lodged by a former legal officer with the Kagera Cooperative Union (1990) Limited, Mathias Rweyemamu, challenging... Read more »

  • 'Healer' Ordered to Pay Sh1.5 Million to Three Rape Victims

    Daily News

    THE Court of Appeal has ordered Ndikumana Philipo, a traditional healer, to pay 1.5m/- compensation and serve 90 years behind bars for raping three girls after administering a... Read more »

  • Tanzania Set to Relax Its Rules On Capital Controls

    Daily News

    THE Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) is set for thriving business and huge expansion as the government plans to increase participation of foreign investors in the listed equities... Read more »

  • Police Report Peaceful Easter

    Daily News

    TANZANIANS enjoyed Easter celebrations peacefully with no serious crimes reported, Police spokesperson Advera Senso said in Dar es Salaam. Read more »

  • High Default Rate Undermines Banks

    Daily News

    INADEQUATE entrepreneurial skills and prudence in spending of loans are among major factors for higher rates of default and bad debts in financial institutions. Read more »

  • Foreign Direct Investment From China to Surge 50 Percent

    Daily News

    CHINA'S Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) to Tanzania are expected to increase by 50 per cent this year, thanks to the energy and mining sectors. Read more »

  • Sovereign Wealth Fund a Well Thought Idea

    Daily News

    TANZANIA will soon establish a sovereign wealth fund (SWF) to safeguard, monitor and safeguard proceeds from the country's natural resources, especially natural gas. Read more »

  • Bilal to Grace NIMR Conference

    Daily News

    THE Vice-President, Dr Mohamed Gharib Bilal, is on Tuesday expected to officiate at the 28th joint scientific conference organised by the National Institute for Medical Research... Read more »

  • Govt Invites More Investors in EPZA Areas

    Daily News

    THE government has encouraged local and foreign investors to take advantage of the investment opportunities under the Export Processing Zones Authority (EPZA). Read more »

  • Sierra Leone Youngsters Jet in for ARS Soccer Clinic

    Daily News

    SIX players and one chaperone from Sierra Leone arrived in Dar es Salaam yesterday morning ready for a five-day exclusive Airtel Rising Stars international soccer clinic to be held... Read more »

  • Ukawa Members in Dilemma As CA Resumes in Dodoma

    Daily News

    MEMBERS of the so-called Umoja wa Katiba ya Wananchi (UKAWA) (Union for a People's Constitution) face a dilemma over their stand to boycott the remaining sessions of the... Read more »

  • Tanzania to Open Up Farming Land

    EA Business

    The government has said it will start identifying and surveying potential arable land for large scale food crop farming. Officials say this will boost agricultural production and... Read more »

  • Tanzania Joins Elite Club

    EA Business

    The Seven Natural Wonders of Tanzania have joined the official list of the Wonders from around the World catalogue. According to a statement from the Tanzania Tourist Board three... Read more »

  • Tanzania Energy Ministry to Check

    EA Business

    The Tanzania Ministry of Energy and Minerals has formed a special inspection team to visit all mining areas and mineral dealers across the country ands confirm they abide by the... Read more »

  • Tanzania Food Regulator Bent On Safety

    EA Business

    The Tanzania Food and Drug Authority (TFDA) has said their campaign to check and confiscate harmful or banned products will continue across the country. Read more »

  • American Tanzania Life Project Ends

    EA Business

    Ms Julietha Makyala, a mother of three living in Njombe in the southern highland part of Tanzania, was identified as having pre-cancerous lesions. Read more »

  • Sparse Investment Limits Farming

    EA Business

    Agricultural productivity growth rates in the East Africa region has lagged behind the rest of Africa and the world at large, due to lack of proper investment. Read more »

  • CRDB Gets U.S.$75 Million to Boost Tanzania SMEs

    EA Business

    The Tanzania based CRDB Bank Group has signed a loan deal with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) for $75 million for women SMEs. IFC is the private sector lending arm of... Read more »

  • U.S.$245 Million Delays Tanzania Projects

    EA Business

    Contractors in Tanzania say delays in completion of contracts is due to the government not paying them their money which has accumulated to $245 million. Read more »

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