July 29

  • Tanzania: State Seeks More Time in 9 Billion/ - Drugs Case

    Daily News

    THE prosecution on Monday requested the Kisutu Resident Magistrate's Court in Dar es Salaam to grant it more time to collect evidence in the trial of 12 foreigners who are charged... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Tanzania Games Medal Hopes Fade

    Daily News

    TANZANIA continues to experience worse moments in the ongoing 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Oil, Gas Waste Firm Forms Environment Team in Mtwara

    Daily News

    AN oil and gas waste committee has been formed to ensure that local community leaders have a say in environmental management in Mtwara Municipality. Read more »

  • Tanzania: National DNA Database On Card

    Daily News

    THE state, through the Government Chemist Laboratory Agency (GCLA), is putting in place a computerised DNA national database that will be include citizens' official documents to... Read more »

  • Kenya: Three Tanzanians Among Those Arrested Over Lamu Attacks

    Sabahi

    Tanzanian police confirmed on Monday (July 28th) that three Tanzanian nationals were among those arrested by Kenyan security forces in connection with a string of attacks in Lamu... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Tanzania Ministry Recruitment Postponed Over Graft Accusations

    Sabahi

    Tanzania's Ministry of Home Affairs has suspended recruitment of constables and corporals in the Immigration Services Department pending an investigation into accusations of... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Pension Fund Protects Elders

    Daily News

    THE National Social Security Fund (NSSF) is determined to improve the lives of elderly people through pensions and health benefits, in order to enable them to live happily much... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Julius Wins Eid Corporate Title

    Daily News

    GALLANT Francis Julius maintained a winning streak to be crowned the Eid Corporate Golf Day champion at the Arusha Gymkhana Club (AGC) over the weekend. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Mzumbe, S. African Varsity Ties Win Kudos

    Daily News

    THE government and the private sector have applauded a new collaboration between Mzumbe University (MU) and University of Stellenbosch Business School in South Africa (USB). Read more »

  • South Africa/Tanzania: We Are Ready for Tanzania - Maluleke

    SAFA

    South African Under-17 National Team captain Nelson Maluleke said the entire Amajimbos team is excited and confident of winning Saturday's (2 August 2014) African Youth... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Toto African Target Premier League Return

    Daily News

    TOTO African of Mwanza are determined to return to the Mainland Premier League next year. Read more »

  • Tanzania: All Stars Thrash Temeke Youth

    Daily News

    AIRTEL Rising Stars' Dar es Salaam regional tournament rolled into its second day on Monday when All Stars laboured to beat Temeke Youth 4-3 in an equally contested affair at the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Police Hunt for Bank Robbers

    Daily News

    POLICE in Dar es Salaam have launched a manhunt for five unidentified bandits for their involvement in the armed robbery attempt at the Kariakoo Branch of Stanbic Bank in Dar es... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Dar Cleric Counsels Muslims On Proper Idd El-Fitr Conduct

    Daily News

    MUSLIMS have been called upon to celebrate Idd el-Fitr by forgiving each other's transgressions, giving alms and ensuring orphans and widows do not go hungry. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Tanesco Introduces Prepaid Metres in Kilimanjaro

    Daily News

    TANZANIA Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) in Kilimanjaro Region has embarked on a new system to replace old meters with prepaid (Luku) ones. Read more »

  • Tanzania: IPTL Dispute - More Issues to Settle As Public Hopes for Lower Power Tarrifs (2) [column]

    Daily News

    STANDARD Chartered Bank commenced other proceedings before the High Court of Justice Queen's Bench, Division Commercial Court, challenging the sale of shares by VIP Engineering to... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Better Growth Predicted If Banks Were Supportive [opinion]

    Daily News

    WHILE agriculture remains the backbone of the national economy, accounting for over 25 per cent of the national gross domestic product (GDP), over 27 per cent of exports earnings,... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Revisiting Katiba Assembly With Sober Mind [opinion]

    Daily News

    AS humans, we were created as unique, each of us with distinct individual characteristics and with different levels of perception. Nonetheless, we all depend on two eyes, two arms... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Flights in Local Airspace Increase

    Daily News

    AIR flights in Tanzanian airspace have increased from 137,298 in 2003 to 230,458 in 2013, which is one of the successes of Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) since its... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Kikwete Mourns Kundya

    Daily News

    PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has sent a message of condolence to the Singida Regional Commissioner, Dr Parseko Ole Kone, following the death of the Secretary General of the Muslim... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Stolen Nyamagana Toddler Found in Musoma

    Daily News

    AN infant, who mysteriously disappeared from Bungani Ward in Nyamagana District, has been found in Musoma. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Jumbos Continue to Destroy Crops in Serengeti

    Daily News

    RAMPAGING elephants continue to destroy crops in Serengeti District villages despite a working tour by the Natural Resources and Tourism Deputy Minister, Mr Mahmoud Mgimwa, in the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Mtwara Waste Management Pledges Better Life, Safety

    Daily News

    FOR Falaji Edd, a secondary school leaver at Mangamba in Mtwara, working as an incinerator operator was a dream come true. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Nakumatt Retailer Now in Dar

    Daily News

    THE door is wide open for investors in the East African region and beyond to come to Tanzania, Deputy Minister for Industry and Trade, Ms Janeth Mbene, has said. Read more »

  • Tanzania: PS Awards Best Chemistry Students

    Daily News

    THE Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Charles Pallangyo, has awarded Form Four and Six leavers who excelled in Chemistry with an appeal for more... Read more »

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