The soldiers started fanning out in the cashew nut growing regions of southern Tanzania – a jolting sight for traders and, campaigners say, a watershed moment for a country once held up as a darling of development groups.
Vodacom Tanzania shareholders on Wednesday approved the sale of a 26% stake owned by Mirambo Holdings Ltd to South Africa’s Vodacom Group.
It is 20 years since 7 August bombings at the US embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam.
On August 7, 1998 huge back-to-back bomb blasts rocked the US embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam, killing 224 people, injuring 5,000 and thrusting Al-Qaeda onto the world stage.
Bad weather is bringing flooding and other threats to many of Africa’s cities, with Nairobi, Dar es Salaam in Tanzania and Somalia’s capital Mogadishu all experiencing flooding this spring.
The Tanzanian government said it had confiscated diamonds worth nearly 30 million dollars after accusing British company Petra Diamonds of having declared a lower value.
The Tanzanian government said on Sunday it had confiscated diamonds worth nearly 30 million dollars after accusing British company Petra Diamonds of having declared a lower value when trying to export the gems. Speaking on government television channel TBC 1, Finance Minister Philip Mpango said the diamonds extracted from the Williamson Diamonds mine had been […]
Africa can achieve its developmental goals and objectives if the countries on the continent work together, President Jacob Zuma said on Thursday.
Hailed as Africa’s most beloved president Tanzanian head of state John Magufuli has fallen from world grace to a so-called typical African despot.
Controversy on the criteria used to award the National Orders had already reached fever pitch writes Tula Dlamini.