News from AllAfrica on TANZANIA

  
tips on searching

 

 


Visit AfricaFocus Bookshop US | UK The best selection of Africa books on the web!

News from AllAfrica
   More: Tanzania Press Releases from APO | Tanzania background links

2015-03-06 Death Sentences for Murderers of Albino Woman
[Deutsche Welle] A court in Tanzania has sentenced four people to death for murdering an albino woman to use her limbs for rituals. The verdict comes amid a wave of killings of albinos and despite a moratorium on capital punishment.

2015-03-06 University of Dar es Salaam Wins Jessup Moot Court Competition to Qualify for World Finals
[africancourt] The University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) won this year's national Jessup Moot Court competition to snatch a ticket to represent Tanzania at the World Moot Court Competition in Washington, the United States, in December 2015.

2015-03-06 VP Urges Pension Funds to Invest in Oil, Gas
[Daily News] VICE-PRESIDENT, Dr Mohamed Gharib Bilal, has urged pension funds in the country to broaden their investments by setting strategies that will enable them to invest into the new sector of oil and gas.

2015-03-06 Dodoma RC Seeks End to Killing of Senior Citizens
[Daily News] Dodoma -DODOMA Regional Commissioner Ms Chiku Galawa has called for government intervention to help end the killing of elderly people in the region over superstitious beliefs.

2015-03-06 Africa Ranks Highest in Global Road Fatality As Dar Is Slotted 34th
[Daily News] Arusha -TANZANIA ranks 34th in the world as far as road accidents that claim lives are concerned despite low car ownership; with Africa having the highest Global Road Fatality.

2015-03-06 Compensation for Kipunguni 'Evictees' Soars
[Daily News] DELAYS by the government to pay off former residents of Kipunguni in Dar es Salaam, who relocated to pave way for the construction of Terminal Three at the Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA), has made the compensation package surge from just 11bn/- to 18/- in a span of three years.

2015-03-06 Festival to Empower Women On Cards
[Daily News] A FESTIVAL known as 'Women Make It Happen' will be held in Dar es Salaam this Saturday as part of celebrations to mark the International Women's Day which takes place on March 8 every year.

2015-03-06 Chimodzi Names 34 Man Provisional Squad for Tanzania's Friendly
[Malawi24] Flames Head Coach Young Chimodzi has named his 34 man provisional squad for Tanzanian's friendly on 28th March in Tanzania.

2015-03-06 OPEC Funded Programmes to Benefit 2m People
[Daily News] Arusha -MORE than two million people in Arusha and Njombe regions stand to benefit from special poverty reduction programmes funded by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) through the Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF).

2015-03-06 The Risks of Gambling With Cyber Crime
[Daily News] CYBER crimes are a new type of occurrences in today's digital age, different from the conventional crimes that we all are used to. Unfortunately, the crimes are rapidly increasing and have no borders.

2015-03-06 Let Tanzanian Athletes Excel At World Cross - Country in China
[Daily News] ATHLETICS Tanzania (AT) is currently preparing a team for the 41st edition of the IAAF World Cross- Country championships scheduled for March 28 in Guiyang, China.

2015-03-06 Church Leaders Concerned Over Albino, Ritual Killings
[Daily News] Bukoba -CHURCH leaders from several African, Europe and Asia countries attending a five-day international meeting have raised concern over increased incidents of albino and elderly people killings and called for bold action to end the problem.

2015-03-06 Australian Scheme Helps Over 33,000 Women
[Daily News] AN Australian-funded scheme has contributed immensely in saving and transforming lives of 33,000 women and children from 10 regions in the country.

2015-03-06 Simba, Yanga Should Keep Spirit of Peace
[Daily News] IT is Simba versus Young Africans, the greatest rivalry in Mainland football and every one is confident that Sunday's game will pass without any off-field incidents.

2015-03-06 Temeke Targets 145 Billion/ - Revenue Collection
[Daily News] TEMEKE Municipal Council is expected to collect about 144.7bn/- from different sources in the 2015/2016 fiscal year. Addressing Temeke District Council members in Dar es Salaam, the Municipal Director, Mr Photidas Kagimbo, identified sources of income which include subsidy from the Central Government to support road fund and joint health fund among others.

2015-03-06 New Water Project to Improve Supply
[Daily News] Bukoba -COMPLETION of a water project being implemented by the Bukoba Water and Sewerage Authority (BUWASA) will increase water availability from the current 8.2million litres to 11.2 million litres.

2015-03-06 Unsettled Utility Bills Irk CCM Chief
[Daily News] Mpwapwa -CHAMA Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Secretary General Mr Abdulrhaman Kinana has expressed disappointment over government and other institutions tendency in Mpwapwa district of not settling water bills in time.

2015-03-06 Two Ex-Soldiers Appeal Against Death Sentence for Murder
[Daily News] TWO former members of the Tanzania People's Defence Forces (TPDF), who were condemned to death for killing Swetu Fundikira, a son with former Nyamwezi Chief Abdallah Fundikira, have taken their case to the Court of Appeal for determination.

2015-03-06 TRA for Inclusive Anti-Graft Strategy
[Daily News] TANZANIA Revenue Authority (TRA) has vowed to adopt a collaborative and participatory approach in the development and implementation of an antigraft strategy.

2015-03-06 Bulyanhulu Mine to Reduce Foreign Experts
[Daily News] Msalala -OVER 100 international experts at Bulyanhulu Gold Mine Ltd (BGML) will be leaving the mine by end of this year, as the largest mining investor, Acacia, focuses on merchandised operations to minimize resources and record more productivity.

Search Books:

Search Music: