Human Rights Group Cries Foul in Tanzanian Journalist's Death
The Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance has held the police culpable in the death of TV reporter Daudi Mwangosi, claiming it was due to gross violations of human rights and good governance.
Tanzania: Rights Body Deplores Police 'Brutality'
Tanzania Daily News, 11 October 2012
THE Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRGG) has alleged authorities of massive abuse of power during the recent fracas in Iringa region that led to the death of a ... read more »
Tanzania: Journalist's Death Probe Report Out
Tanzania Daily News, 10 October 2012
A REPORT by the committee formed by the Minister for Home Affairs Dr Emmanuel Nchimbi on the death of a Channel Ten journalist, Mr Daudi Mwangosi, has recommended respect to rule ... read more »
The Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance Chairman Judge Amiri Manento.
International Freedom of Expression Exchange Clearing House, 12 October 2012
Tanzanian police may be responsible for the eventual death of journalist Daudi Mwangosi, who died on 2 September 2012 after a confrontation with members of the Field Force Unit ... read more »
Tanzania: State to Probe Journalist's Death
Tanzania Daily News, 5 September 2012
THE government has formed a special committee comprising five people from the Judiciary, Media fraternity and Police Force to investigate the killing of a Channel Ten journalist, ... read more »
Catholic Information Service for Africa, 4 September 2012
ARTICLE 19 is saddened by the killing of Tanzanian journalist, Daudi Mwangosi at the hands of the Tanzania police, and calls on the government to ensure all those responsible are ... read more »
Home Affairs Minister Dr. Emmanuel Nchimbi (left) taking notes while the Chairman of the Special Committee (second left) delivers the probe report in Dar es Salaam.
Tanzania: Channel Ten Reporter Killed
Tanzania Daily News, 2 September 2012
A CHANNEL Ten reporter here, Mr Daudi Mwangosi, has died following skirmishes that ensued as police attempted to disperse what are believed to be Chadema supporters at Nyololo ... read more »
International Federation of Journalists, 4 September 2012
The authorities in Tanzania must launch an immediate investigation into the incident in which a prominent journalist, Daudi Mwangosi, was killed on Sunday while covering an ... read more »
Committee to Protect Journalists, 4 September 2012
A Tanzanian TV journalist was killed on Sunday during a confrontation with police over the arrest of another journalist, according to several local journalists who witnessed the ... read more »
Chadema, Tanzania's opposition party, has resumed its Movement for Change campaigns even as a committee continues to investigate the killing of Channel Ten journalist Daudi ... Read more »