No Faith in Goods Made in Tanzania, Why?
[Citizen] It is no secret that pharmacies in Dar es Salaam are full of imported medicine. Not that they care not to stock locally made products, but more often than not consumers, when visiting the facilities even for over the counter medicine like painkillers, they ask for products made outside Tanzania.
When Did AIDS Disappear From Tanzanian Radar?
[Daily News] Have you noticed these days not much is seen on TV, heard on radio or talked about in public regarding the AIDS epidemic? Maybe it is no longer a major economic and social problem but it has certainly disappeared from the radar.
Regional Team to Step Up Anti-Drugs War
[Citizen] Dodoma -Police have formed a regional task force to combat drugs.
Deputy Speaker Calls for Joint War Against Violence On Women
[Daily News] DEPUTY Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Tulia Ackson has urged the public to join efforts in the battle against violence on women.
Over 600 Cattle Impounded for Invading Serengeti
[Daily News] Loliondo -LIVESTOCK keepers living in villages surrounding Serengeti National Park have hatched new methods of trespassing into the conserved area by driving their large herds of cattle into the game park during the night.
Tanzania Demands Reparations for German Colonial Atrocities
[Fahamu] Following similar efforts by Namibians the complaint portends much for relations with Europe and the United States
Vanessa Mdee's Sister Launches Music Career With Debut Single "Shuga"
[Capital FM] Tanzanian songstress Vanessa Mdee's sister, Mimi Mars, launches her music career with debut single "SHUGA."
Barclays Africa - Split Won't Change Activities in Tanzania
[Daily News] Barclays¬†Africa Group does not foresee changes in its operations in Tanzania and in Africa in general as it proceeds with separation process from its UK parent company whose terms have been agreed subject to regulatory approval.
Museveni's Visit Set to Cement Economic Ties
[Daily News] Uganda¬†President, Yoweri Museveni, arrives in the country tomorrow for a two-day state visit, to explore various potential areas of bilateral economic partnership, among them, the improved cargo clearance at the Dar es Salaam Port.
Russia, Zanzibar for Stronger Bilateral Ties
[Daily News] Russia¬†Ambassador in Tanzania, Mr Yuri Fedorovich Popov, has assured continued relations with Zanzibar on matters that will mutually benefit the two countries.
Magufuli Gives Hails to Muhimbili Hospital
[Daily News] President John Magufuli has showered praise on the Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH), in particular, surgeons and staff who saved the life of one Neema Mwita Wambura who suffered severe burns on her body two years ago.
Diamond Platinumz Being Audited Over Drug Trafficking Links
[Nation] Bongo star and Wasafi Records chief executive Diamond Platinumz was on Wednesday summoned by the Tanzania Revenue Authority to table a report on his source of wealth and a statement on his tax returns.
Universities Commission Blacklist Draws Anger
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -There was uproar yesterday following the decision by the authorities to blacklist at least 8,400 university students over what was described as lacking qualifications for pursuing undergraduate studies.
Tanzania Calls for Ironing Out of Nile Water Differences
[Daily News] Nile River Basin Initiative member states have been advised to work together in attaining Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) number six on water security and sanitation, by ironing out any likely differences in the use of water resources.
Reflections On CCM's 40th Anniversary Celebrations and Magufuli's Tenure
[Daily News] We are approaching the end of the month of February, 2017. The big public event which occurred during this month, was the ruling Party's celebrations to mark its 40th birthday anniversary.
Give Us Special Treatment, Urge Community Banks
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Operations of community banks are limited to a specific location while the commercial ones enjoy unlimited market in Tanzania.
Region Should Table Debate On Protection of Indigenous Pastoralist Communities
[Monitor] Climate change is having an increasingly strong impact on pastoralists across East Africa causing recurrent droughts leading to scarcity of water and pasture. 2016 and 2017 have been devastating, with prolonged drought tearing deep into the very existence of pastoralist communities in Kenya, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. However, it is how governments in these countries have responded to the situation that needs to be examined deeper. There is a dire need for leaders to combine efforts to mitigate the
Universities Commission List Ignites Panic, Anxiety
[Daily News] Panic, uncertainties and anxiety have reigned among students at the risk of losing admission at higher learning institutions as the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) maintains that unqualified learners have to go.
Govt Says Deportees From Mozambique are Safe
[Daily News] Foreign¬†Affairs and East African Cooperation Minister, Ambassador Augustine Mahiga said yesterday that the ministry is closely watching Tanzanians currently deported from Mozambique to ensure that they are safe.
Banks Ditch Branches for Digital Platforms
[East African] Banks are shunning traditional brick-and-mortar branches for online platforms that offer clients easier and faster ways to carry out everyday transactions.