Keeping Tanzania University Doors Open for Political Debate
An opposition party, ACT Wazalendo has asked the government not to ban political activities in universities, saying higher learning institutions are the center of change in society. This comes after President John Magufuli asked students to concentrate in their studies and abandon politics, during his speech at the Sokoine University of Agriculture.
Citizen, 13 May 2018
Opposition political party, ACT Wazalendo has asked the government to allow university students to practice politics, saying higher learning institutions were centre of changes in… Read more »
ACT Wazalendo national leader Zitto Kabwe. (file photo).
Tanzania: Suspended Student Now Back in Class
Citizen, 14 June 2017
President of Students' Organisation at St Joseph University College of Engineering and Technology Haruna Bachubila, who was suspended in May for one year, has resumed studies. Read more »
Citizen, 18 February 2018
Tanzania Students Networking Program (TSNP) has asked home affairs minister Mwigulu Nchemba to take political responsibility by resigning following the death of National Institute… Read more »