Tentative but Rising Resistance to Magufuli's Repression
Nearly three years into his presidency, the stark compromise at the heart of Magufuli's rule has become clear. While enacting some popular measures, the president has confined freedoms and been deeply intolerant of criticism, writes Eric Kabendera for African Arguments.
President John Magufuli has criticised the country's prisons service for allowing inmates to "sleep" while the department has huge tracts of land across the country on which they ... Read more »
There has been 41% decline in approval by citizens for President John Magufuli since he took office in 2016 when the rating stood at 96%, a report shows. Read more »
Tanzania President John Magufuli has issued a one-month ultimatum to all public and private Institutions to pay outstanding debt amounting to over U.S$16 million. Read more »
President John Magafuli has enforced laws and regulations to govern both digital and traditional media spaces in the country since he took office in 2015. Under his leadership, a ... Read more »
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