September 02



September 01

  • Africa: Kenya to Host AU Summit On Terrorism

    Capital FM

    Kenya will host the Africa Union Peace and Security Council Summit on Terrorism, to be attended by a number of Heads of State and Government from the continent on Tuesday. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Campaigning for a Child Marriage-Free Tanzania

    Deutsche Welle

    A new drive to end child marriage is underway in Tanzania. In a country where almost two out of five girls will be married before their 18th birthday, the "Child Marriage-Free... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Three Killed As Kenyan Plane Crashes in Serengeti

    Daily News

    THREE people were burnt beyond recognition when a Fokker F-27 MK- 500 aircraft crashed in Serengeti National Park on Sunday, a few minutes after it took-off at Mwanza Airport. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Tarime to Construct 20 School Laboratories

    Daily News

    TARIME District Council says it would successfully implement the directive by President Jakaya Kikwete to build laboratories in all public secondary schools within shortest... Read more »

  • Tanzania: TACRI Thrives in Rejuvenating Coffee Production

    Daily News

    A SIGNIFICANT aspect of Tanzania's economy is coffee production, as it is her largest export crop, enjoying wide coverage in the country, as growers do their utmost to make more... Read more »

  • Tanzania: No-Show EALA Members Face House Ire

    Daily News

    MEMBERS of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) have been cautioned against missing sessions at the ongoing sitting in Dar es Salaam in order not to frustrate the quorum as... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Too Many Taxes Burden Air Travel in Tanzania

    Daily News

    THE government has been advised to ease taxes on air travel so that many Tanzanians can afford to use air transport in conducting their economic activities. Read more »

  • Tanzania: End in Sight for Katiba Stalemate

    Daily News

    PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete greets Chadema Secretary General Dr Willibrod Slaa as other political party leaders look on at the State Lodge in Dodoma yesterday prior to a meeting in... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Mining Investors On Call to Boost Environment Fund

    Daily News

    THE government is finalising arrangements with companies that have invested in mining activities in the country on the amount of funds or bonds each will have to contribute to the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Govt for New Monitoring System in Agriculture

    Daily News

    MODERN technology use will help the country address challenges of agriculture production caused by climate change, Minister for Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives,... Read more »

  • Tanzania: FETA Toasted for Boosting Fisheries Sector

    Daily News

    THE government has commended Fisheries Education and Training Agency (FETA) - Nyegezi Campus for its dedication and support for complementing the country's fishing initiatives by... Read more »

  • Zambia: 20 Tanzanians Held for Illegal Stay

    Times of Zambia

    THE IMMIGRATION Department in Livingstone on Thursday arrested 20 Tanzanians for illegal stay. Read more »

  • East Africa: EALA Pushes to Promote Culture, Arts

    Daily News

    MEMBERS of the East Africa Legislative Assembly (EALA) have pledged support towards Bagamoyo Institute of Arts and Culture (TaSUBa) in a move geared towards promoting it to become... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Congolese Ace Revels in Coastal Union Move

    Daily News

    FORMER Gor Mahia, AFC Leopards and Tusker forward Itubu Imbem has termed his move to Mainland Premier League side Coastal Union a great challenge in his career after spending time... Read more »

  • Tanzania: PM - Games Must Foster EA Unity

    Daily News

    PRIME Minister Mizengo Pinda has urged teams taking part in the East Africa Secondary School Games to use them to cement unity among the East African Community (EAC) member-states. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Referees Urged to Be Fair

    Daily News

    THE Director of Sports in the Ministry of Information, Youth, Culture and Sports, Leonard Thadeo, has exhorted football referees in the country to observe fairplay and abide by the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: How Desk, Textbook Scarcity Can Be Curbed Through PPP

    Daily News

    OUR sister paper, the 'Sunday News', on Sunday carried a story about a non-governmental organisation, Nkwamira, which has organised a dinner to be held on October 3, this year,... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Tasuba Festival Opens Sept 22

    Daily News

    THE 33rd International Arts and Culture Festival will be held at the Bagamoyo Institute of Arts and Culture (TaSUBa) from September 22-28 this year. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Kidunda Dam Compensations Near Completion

    Daily News

    OVER 90 per cent of the nearly 2,500 residents in three wards of Morogoro District have been compensated to pave way for construction of Kidunda Dam. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Stop Dynamite Fishing, It Does More Harm

    Daily News

    IT has come to light that dynamite fishing, a highly destructive illegal practice, is rampant in the coastal area in the vicinity of the city of Dar es Salaam and elsewhere just... Read more »

  • Tanzania: MP Supports Projects in Mara Region

    Daily News

    A SPECIAL Seats Member of Parliament, Ms Esther Matiko (CHADEMA), has donated various construction materials to boost construction of community projects in Rorya and Tarime... Read more »

  • Tanzania: No Respite for EFDs Non-Compliant, TRA Says

    Daily News

    NON compliant businesses to the Electronic Fiscal Devices (EFDs) will not escape the 'legal arm' following a countrywide inspection campaign by the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA)... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Ifakara Institute to Award Young Scientists, Teachers

    Daily News

    THE Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) will award students and teachers in next year's Young Scientists Tanzania (YST) competition. This was said by the Institute's Chief Knowledge... Read more »

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