Tanzania's Union Govt Not Beneficial, Zanzibaris Say
The structure of governance, which analysts have described as a "shaky" union, has continued to take center-stage during the Constitution Review Commission meetings. Zanzibar's leaders have been said to be behind the push for change.
President Jakaya Kikwete (left) speaks to a government official (file photo).
Tanzania: Hostility Grows in Zanzibar
ThinkAfricaPress, 20 November 2012
Amidst high unemployment and inequality, grievances on the island of Zanzibar are growing, often targeted at mainland Tanzania. Read more »
Daily News, 20 November 2012
THE Constitution Review Commission (CRC) has been challenged to ensure that the country gets a constitution that reflects calls and wishes of Zanzibaris and Tanzanians in general. Read more »
Daily News, 17 November 2012
THE European Union (EU) ambassadors have called for strict evaluation of the objectives of any social group seeking registration, saying the country must cherish peace and… Read more »
Tanzania: Civil Societies Fault Union Agreements
Daily News, 16 November 2012
CIVIL Society Organizations (CSOs) have alerted the nation on the possibility constitutional conflicts in future if the position and interests of "Tanganyika" are not addressed in… Read more »