CCM Candidate for Nyamagana Constituency Sets Election Agenda
[Daily News] Mwanza -NYAMAGANA CCM legislative candidate and the former Mwanza City Mayor, Mr Stanslaus Mabula, has urged Igogo ward residents to elect him for speedy development.
Stop This Mess in Athletics Once and for All, Please
[Daily News] Our athletes have continued to disappoint at the international competitions, with the country managing not a single medal at the ongoing 15th World Athletics Championships in Beijing, China.
Several Regions Show Improvement in Human Development Index
[Daily News] ONE-THIRD of the regions in Tanzania have shown improvement in the Human Development Index (HDI), it was announced in Arusha recently.
Media Role in Voter Education Emphasised
[Daily News] Journalists¬†have been urged to educate the public on the importance of elections towards the building of democracy.
Non-Citizens, Multiple 'Voters' Given Seven Days to Return Cards
[Daily News] The National Electoral Commission (NEC) has issued a seven-day ultimatum to non-citizens and people who registered more than once in the Permanent Voter Register (PVR) to turn up and surrender the voter cards or risk prosecution.
Magufuli Defends CCM On Change
[Daily News] Mbalizi and Longido -Union presidential candidate on CCM ticket, Dr John Magufuli, has played down the argument that changes could not be attained through his party, challenging his critics to borrow a leaf from China that has recorded mind-blowing economic strength without changing the ruling Communist Party.
Taifa Stars Assess Preps Against Libya
[Daily News] The national football team, Taifa Stars, will gauge preparations for next month's Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier against Nigeria by playing an international friendly match against Libya in Turkey on Friday.
Afro-Pop Singer Salif Keita to Perform in Zanzibar Today
[Daily News] Zanzibar -Malian Afro-pop singersongwriter, Salif Keita, is expected to perform in Stone Town, Zanzibar today as he calls for increased public awareness and education to protect people with albinism in Africa.
Salami May Miss Tanzania Clash
[Vanguard] Unless urgent steps are taken, one of Nigeria's consistent strikers, Gbolahan Salami may not travel to Dar es Salam with the rest of the Super Eagles for the all-important 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against the Taifa Stars of Tanzania. Salami's plans of featuring in the match which comes up next month may hit the rocks if nothing is done immediately to get his international passport out of the Norweigian embassy.
Sub-Saharan Democracy, Continued - Tanzania Goes to the Polls
[Daily Maverick] It will take a concerted effort to unseat the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi in the upcoming elections in Tanzania, but momentum appears to be behind the Ukawa opposition coalition, led by former prime minister Edward Lowassa. The outcome of what are expected to be the closest elections in the country's history is sure to affect not just Tanzania, but the region and the African continent as a whole. By FRANK CHARNAS.
Rapper Professor Jay Gunning for MP Seat
[The Star] After his announcement in May that he will be joining politics, popular Tanzanian hip-hop artiste Joseph Haule aka Professor Jay has finally made his plans a reality.
Bariadi Villagers Hail Govt Over New Bridge
[Daily News] Simiyu -Residents of Gibishi and Mwauchumu villages in Bariadi Region have expressed gratitude to the government for the construction of a bridge at River Duma which is connecting the two villages.
Cooperative's Move Triggers Coffee Prices Increase in Mara Zone
[Daily News] Mara -Coffee¬†prices have sharply increased in Mara Zone after Mara Farmers Cooperative Union (WAMACU) started buying the cash crop from farmers.
Four Hospitals Hailed for Infection Prevention
[Daily News] Four referral hospitals have been hailed for excellence in Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) following a number of initiatives carried out jointly by the government and different health stakeholders.
Tanzania for Reproductive Health Research
[Daily News] Moshi -Up-to-date data on reproductive health, infants and malaria state of affairs will soon be available in the country, as the government eyes to carry out a research on the specified areas with an objective of enabling the nation to have current and standard data.
Lowassa Woos Women Voters, Pledges to Boost Their Welfare
[Daily News] Union presidential candidate on Coalition of Four Political Parties, UKAWA ticket, Mr Edward Lowassa, pledged to address problems facing women in the country if Tanzanians would endorse his bid for the Union presidency through a massive 'yes' vote in the forthcoming general election.
Miss Tanzania Committee Promises Transformation
[Daily News] The Miss Tanzania 2015 Organising Committee has promised to work professionally and diligently in order to restore the image of the beauty pageant in the country.
Tanzanians Given Scholarships in China
[Daily News] Bilateral and warm relations existing between Tanzania and China has benefitted more Tanzanians to enjoy 179 scholarships in various studies in the Far East Asia nation.
Bunge Aspirant Pledges Transparency in Contracts
[Daily News] Bukoba -Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo parliamentary aspirant for Bukoba Urban, Mr Wilfred Muganyizi Rwakatare, has pledged to ensure transparency in various contracts signed by the Bukoba Municipal Council if elected during the October 25 general elections.
Court Refusal to Grant Bail to Masha Angers TLS
[Daily News] Tanganyika¬†Law Society (TLS) will challenge the lawfulness and prudence of the court abdicating its role and allowing the prosecution to deny Laurence Masha the right to enjoy his right bail.