Tanzanian Govt Bans Swahili Newspaper for 90 Days
The Tanzanian government has imposed a three-month ban on daily newspaper Tanzania Daima and its online version for publishing an article which the government says contains false statistics indicating that 67% of Tanzanians are using antiretroviral drugs.
The government has banned a Swahili tabloid Tanzania Daima for 90 days for allegedly publishing false information.
Daily News, 25 October 2017
THE government has slapped a daily newspaper, Tanzania Daima, and its online version with a threemonth ban, effective yesterday, for publishing an article with false statistics… Read more »
Daily News, 23 October 2017
DEPUTY Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Ms Juliana Shonza reminded journalists and media owners to publish air and broadcast information that aim at transforming… Read more »
East African, 29 September 2017
Tanzanian government has banned another weekly tabloid, Raia Mwema, for 90 days. Read more »
Tanzania: Govt Slaps Tabloid With Two-Year Ban
Daily News, 20 September 2017
Director General of Tanzania Information Services (MAELEZO) and Chief government spokesperson Dr Hassan Abbasi. Read more »
Media stakeholders have been given seven days to submit their views on proposed new regulations governing electronic communications. Among other things, the new laws would require ... Read more »
Human rights organisations have accused Tanzania's government of using repressive legislation to muzzle the media, civil society and opposition politicians critical of the ... Read more »