April 18

April 17

  • Complex Land Rights Feed 'Grabbing' Complaints in Tanzania


    The world's quest for crops to produce biofuels has triggered a wave of controversial land acquisitions in Tanzania as foreign companies jostle for land that villagers and... Read more »

  • Arusha Attackers Must Be Captured

    Daily News

    FOR yet another time, last Sunday night a bomb blast occurred at a famous Arusha Night Park in Arusha City leaving about 20 people injured. Read more »

  • Witchracft Blamed for Deteriorating Central Zone Education Standards

    Daily News

    WITCHCRAFT beliefs and some outdated traditional values and norms have been blamed for the deteriorating primary and secondary education standards in the Central Zone. Read more »

  • Dar to Lift Capital Market Controls

    Daily News

    TANZANIA will ease controls on foreign ownership of its stocks and bonds by next year, as the country seeks to attract investment to finance infrastructure projects that will cost... Read more »

  • Shinyanga Residents Told to Expose Aliens

    Daily News

    THE public has been urged to identify and expose illegal immigrants vying for various posts as a way to ensure that the country does not fall in the wrong hands. Read more »

  • Appeals Court Upholds Tailor's Rape Conviction

    Daily News

    THE Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal lodged by a tailor, Amos Kabota, to oppose both conviction of rape and 30 years imprisonment imposed on him by a lower court in Nzega... Read more »

  • Can Tanzania Achieve Contraceptive Prevalence Targets?

    Daily News

    LACK of adequate family planning education is the reason for insufficient resources among many families, resulting in unwanted pregnancies and maternal death. Read more »

  • Exim Bank Unveils 'Vision 2016'

    Daily News

    EXIM Bank Tanzania Limited has embarked on implementing its Vision 2016 that seeks to double its balance sheet and increase market share in deposits by 2016. Read more »

  • NSSF Reaches Out to Diaspora Members

    Daily News

    THE National Social Security Fund (NSSF) launched recently a welfare scheme for Tanzanians in the diaspora (WESTADI) in the United Kingdom (UK). Read more »

  • Aga Khan Steps Up Fight Against Cancer, Heart Diseases

    Daily News

    AS part of activities to mark its Golden Jubilee, Aga Khan Hospital will open a heart and cancer institute, by June this year, aimed at assisting Tanzanians suffering from the... Read more »

  • Outcome of Pinda Constitution Petition On Thursday

    Daily News

    THE outcome of a constitution petition lodged by the Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) and Tanganyika Law Society (TLS), challenging statements made in Parliament by Prime... Read more »

  • Zanzibar to Host Union Volleyball Tournament

    Daily News

    ZANZIBAR is ready to host this year's Muungano volleyball championship from April 21-26, this year. Read more »

  • Simba, Yanga Hype Takes Shape

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    THE temperature is steadily swallowing up Simba and Young Africans camps ahead of the giants' end of the season clash at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on Saturday Pride and... Read more »

  • Minister Wants TRA Officials to Be Vigilant

    Daily News

    TANZANIA Revenue Authority (TRA) employees have been directed to ensure that no fake seeds, drugs or agricultural inputs are imported in the country. Read more »

  • CA Members Propose Isles Leader Made Union V-P

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    SOME members of the Constituent Assembly (CA) have argued for a two-government union system but called for the reinstatement of the Zanzibar president as Union vice president. Read more »

  • Alumnae Nurture Culture of Revamping Schools

    Daily News

    A GOOD tradition is slowly being nurtured in Tanzania, whereby former students are increasingly becoming concerned with the state of their former schools and are taking part in... Read more »

  • Maasai Women to Own More Than Just Milk Calabashes

    Daily News

    Marc Nkwame So what do the Maasai women in Ngorongoro own? Apparently apart from the milk stored in their calabashes, cultures don't allow them to own land, cattle or any property... Read more »

  • Rains Damage Houses in Rorya

    Daily News

    HEAVY rains and strong winds have damaged some 300 houses belonging to villagers of Rorya District in Mara Region, the District Commissioner (DC), Mr Elias Goroi has said. Read more »

  • Weusi Artists Sue TCC

    Daily News

    AN entertainment firm, Weusi Company Limited, has sued the Tanzania Cigarette Company (TCC), demanding a 170m/- compensation and damages allegedly sustained as a result of a... Read more »

April 16

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