September 30

  • Tanzania: Pistons Sign Thabeet

    Daily News

    TANZANIAN professional basketball player Hasheem Thabeet has finally found a fifth team willing to let him live out his NBA dream. Read more »



September 29

  • Tanzania: Think About What You'll Do for People, Leaders Told

    Daily News

    THOSE expected to vie for leadership positions have been challenged to come up with personal vision statements that will bring positive impact to their communities when they are... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Judiciary Seen As 'Very Secretive'

    Daily News

    THE judiciary of Tanzania has been pointed out as the most secretive government institutions following a study conducted by the Media Institute of Southern Africa, Tanzania Chapter... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Locust Outbreak Seen Looming

    Daily News

    THE last time swarms of locusts ravaged Tanzania was way back in 1949, but following reports of desert locusts being seen in parts of the African continent and in South-West Asia,... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Parents Stall Labs Construction in Simiyu, Shinyanga Regions

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    THE ambitious programme for every ward secondary school to have science laboratories by December, this year, will be difficult to achieve in Simiyu and Shinyanga regions due to... Read more »

  • Tanzania: CCM Says Katiba a Non-Issue in Next Year's General Polls

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    CHAMA Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Secretary of Ideology and Publicity, Mr Nape Nnauye, has said that although politicians are planning to use the new constitution as an issue in the 2015... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Katiba in Critical Voting Phase

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    THE wisdom of two religious leaders who are members of the Constituent Assembly (CA), Sheikh Hamid Masoud Jongo and Mussa Yusuf Kundecha, is seriously needed as the assembly gets... Read more »

  • Tanzania: NECTA Declares War On Examination Cheating

    Daily News

    THE National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) has declared war against examination cheating as Form Four examinations are scheduled to start in early November. Read more »

  • Tanzania: TPDF to Have 12,000 New Military Houses

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    TANZANIA has signed an agreement with China which will see the Asian nation providing a 550 million US dollar (over 900bn/-) concessional loan for construction of Tanzania Peoples'... Read more »

  • Tanzania: President Jets Back From U.S. On Monday

    Daily News

    PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete returns home today after concluding his fiveday engagement at the United Nations where he addressed fellow leaders and held various bilateral meetings on... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Dar Bourse Records Weaker Performance

    Daily News

    THE Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) recorded a weaker performance in terms of turnover and activity level last week compared to previous trading session. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Artistes Hail Serengeti Fiesta Gig

    Daily News

    MOST artistes that graced the Serengeti Fiesta concert in Ruvuma hailed the gig for providing a platform to reach their fans in the southeastern region. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Yanga See Off 10-Men Prisons

    Daily News

    YOUNG Africans Brazilian striker Andrey Coutinho dances past Prisons defenders Laurian Mpalile and Jeremiah Mgunda during their Mainland Premier League encounter at the National... Read more »

  • Tanzania: NGO Pushes to Increase Use of Contraceptives Among Youths

    Daily News

    MARIE Stopes Tanzania has vowed to increase educative and family planning mobilization programmes among youth as majority of them fail to achieve their dreams in life due to... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Manual to Improve Cashew Nut Value Chain Launched

    Daily News

    THE United Nations Development Organization (UNIDO) in collaboration with the government has set up a cashew nut processing and simplified export manuals to guide entrepreneurs who... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Children Need Chance to Thrive

    Daily News

    THE International Labour Organisation (ILO) says that without really playing the blame game, it should be the responsibility of every government in the world to ensure that... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Tanesco Projects Set 'To Be Completed As Planned'

    Daily News

    THE Minister for Energy and Minerals, Professor Sospeter Muhongo, has said that major TANESCO projects countrywide including the Backbone Transmission Investment Project will be... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Arusha Region in Dire Need of Basketball Courts - Arba

    Daily News

    THERE seems to be no open, public basketball grounds throughout Arusha region, something which is now said to be crippling the growth of the sport, currently being favoured mostly... Read more »

  • Tanzania: K'njaro to Get More Schools

    Daily News

    KILIMANJARO Region has set a target to construct two special schools for every district. Speaking here recently, the Regional Administrative Secretary (RAS), Dr Faisal Isa, said... Read more »

  • Uganda/Tanzania: Alliance FC Arrest Uganda's Police in Regional Meet

    Daily News

    MWANZA'S Alliance FC won 4-1 against Police FC of Uganda in the Under-13 match of the Alliance East Africa Football Cup tournament at CCM Kirumba in Mwanza. Read more »

  • Tanzania: 'New Constitution Honours Gender Equality'

    Daily News

    THERE is jubilation among women in different regions, after the Draft constitution decided to include a section that gives women the power to own and inherit land, just like their... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Startimes Celebrate Family Day in Style

    Daily News

    STARTIMES' staff and their families gathered in a colourful event to celebrate a family day bonanza in Dar es Salaam at the weekend. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Construction Machinery Firm Offers Incentive

    Daily News

    MANTRAC Tanzania has announced a 10 per cent discount for their caterpillar forklift machines as an incentive to woo customers. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Online Medication Is Dangerous

    Daily News

    IT has been determined that some desperate patients, their minders or relatives, have developed a penchant for searching for medication on the internet depending on "perceived" or... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Hefty Support for Upgrading Manzese Slums

    Daily News

    THE Tanzania Financial Services for Underserved Settlement (TAFSUS) in partnership with Azania Bank has provided more than 100m/- to residents of Manzese Mvuleni ward in Dar es... Read more »

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