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  • Tanzania: New Fish Species in Dam Worry Researchers

    Daily News

    Marine researchers in the country have discovered large volumes of Nile tilapia within Nyumba ya Mungu dam that are known to outcompete indigenous species. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Tanzania Losing Out On Tanzanite Income

    EA Business

    Gemstone dealers in Tanzania are under the spotlight. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Bunge to Discuss IPTL Saga for Two Days

    Daily News

    TIME for legislators to discuss the Controller and Auditor General's (CAG) report on the Independent Power Tanzania Limited (IPTL) Tegeta escrow account matter has been increased... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Minister Launches Sh100 Million Scholarship Fund At SAUT

    Daily News

    MINISTER for Natural Resources and Tourism, Mr Lazaro Nyalandu has inaugrated a 100m/- scholarship fund for Saint Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT) students from... Read more »

  • Tanzania: To Succeed, More Girls Must Complete Their Education

    Daily News

    The poor ranking of East African countries in the Global Gender Gap Ranking report introduced by the World Economic Forum raises serious cause for concern, especially in gender gap... Read more »

  • Tanzania: White Ribbon Intervenes to Save Mothers, Children

    Daily News

    WE crossed valleys and scaled up hills as it is drizzling and we are told to pray to God so that it does not start raining heavily because the roads are slippery and would become... Read more »

  • Tanzania: JK Mourns Munyuku, Baraka

    Daily News

    PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has sent a message of condolences to the Minister of Information, Youth, Culture and Sports, Fenella Mukangara, following the deaths on Wednesday of two... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Let's Join Hands and Collectively Get Rid of Those Hurting Our Kids

    Daily News

    ALMOST two decades ago, my elder sister gave birth to a bubbling baby girl and I can rightfully say that my sister's life turned upside down in the best of ways. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Girls' Manifesto in the Offing Before 2015 Election

    Daily News

    Through the 'Agenda ya Binti programme', girls will ask their Members of Parliament why they deserve their votes. (File photo) Read more »

  • Tanzania: Dar Driving Schools Not Competent, Police Say

    Daily News

    EFFICIENCY of driving schools in the country has been put on the spotlight by transport stakeholders due to the increased severity of road accidents due to recklessness. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Graduates Urged to Take Part in Local Elections

    Daily News

    GRADUATES in different higher learning institutions in the country have been urged to play an active role in the forthcoming local government elections slated for next month. Read more »

  • Africa: African Human Rights Need More Commitment

    Daily News

    AFRICA has to make stronger commitments to human rights issues if the continent is to make economic and democratic advances and benefit from its positive spin-offs, says the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Youth Refuse to Buckle Up - Survey

    Daily News

    THE fastening of seatbelts in motor vehicles is said to reduce the risk of fatal injuries of passengers in the front seat by 45 per cent and moderate to critical injuries by 50 per... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Justice Munuo Warns Women Against Sexual Corruption

    Daily News

    LAW enforcers are urged to take measures against sex corruption that has greatly affected service delivery in the country. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Over Thirty Laws Set for Review

    Daily News

    OVER 30 laws are set for review following the tabling of the Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act of 2014 by Attorney General, Judge Fredrick Werema on Friday evening. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Kagera Residents Urged to Diversify Aquaculture

    Daily News

    DEPUTY Minister for Livestock and Fisheries Development, Mr Kaiko Saningo Telele has appealed to residents in Kagera Region to diversify aquaculture because the region has a big... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Need to Sustain Women Empowerment Plans

    Daily News

    IN the recent past, most parts of the country have reported a decrease in Gender-Based Violence (GBV) incidents due to increased awareness among the public. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Ministries Told to Work On Improving Farming

    Daily News

    FOR agriculture to make a turning point in the country's economy all ministries need to work together towards implementing cross cutting projects. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Gender Equality Initiative Needs Sustainable Firm Applications

    Daily News

    It is undeniable fact that gender inequality has impeded development in this country, compromising people's lives especially in rural areas where majority of the people do not know... Read more »

  • Tanzania: STAMICO Hailed for Rendering Optimum Services

    Daily News

    THE States Mining Corporation (STAMICO) has been hailed by Butiama District Authorities for assisting provision of social services in the local communities surrounding Buhemba Gold... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Major Boost for Taifa Cup Basketball

    Daily News

    THE Inter-Regional Basketball tournament, 'Taifa Cup', which is scheduled to start tomorrow in Dodoma has received support from one of the sport stakeholder. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Tanzania Ready for Seychelles

    EA Business

    Tanzania and Seychelles are looking into ways of how to have possible tourism operation between Tanzania Mainland, Zanzibar and Seychelles writes ANDREW ZABLON. Read more »

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