Tanzania

December 4, 2022

Tanzania: Unlocking Economic Potentials – President Samia Drums Up Women's Role

PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan has cited inclusion of women as among key tools for unlocking the economic potentials in Africa and the world at large.
December 4, 2022

Tanzania: Ethiopian President Zewde Hails Tanzania for Engineering Peace

ETHIOPIAN President Sahle-Work Zewde yesterday hailed Tanzania for engineering peace and harmony in the continent.
December 3, 2022

Tanzania/Senegal: World Cup 2022 – Senegal, Morocco Fly High, Other African Reps Leave Lesson

Cameroon and Tunisia, despite falling short to progress into the knockout phase of FIFA World Cup finals, they retreat home with chest up after disappointing heavyweights Brazil and France respectively.
November 29, 2022

March against Uganda oil pipeline in Paris

The protesters were opposing the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) and Tilenga oil field project in Uganda and Tanzania, initiated by TotalEnergies. The NGOs accuse the multinational of taking over land through expropriation and are concerned about the environmental impact of these projects
November 29, 2022

Tanzania: Over 200,000 People With HIV Do Not Take Arvs

OVER 200,000 people out of 1.72 million living with HIV in the country do not use ARVs treatment, Manager for National AIDS Control Programme (NACP) Dr Anath Rwebembera has said.
November 24, 2022

Tanzania begins rationing electricity due to drought

The East African country can produce nearly 1,695 megawatts of power from hydroelectricity and natural gas, among other sources. However, the country is currently facing a shortfall of 300 to 350 megawatts, said Maharage Chande, managing director of Tanesco, the national power company.
November 24, 2022

Tanzania: “Kids Tell Us It's Pointless” – Tanga's Hidden Histories of Land and Sea

Analysis - Through years of conversation, rarely heard stories of hope, regret and resilience - which destabilise typical development tropes - emerged.
November 23, 2022

The Tanzanian who left the streets for world cup glory (Inspire Africa)

`'People didn't believe in me.. a street child who had no future. But after that, they used me as a role model. They wanted me to be near their kids always so that I could share my experience and I can talk to them about the positive changes that has happened to my life and my family'- Sadock John
November 23, 2022

Africa's Top Roof, Mount Kilimanjaro to Play Vital Role in Advocating Nuclear Energy

Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is mentioned to be one among many attractive sites which will help gear and promote the use of nuclear energy in Africa, an energy activist says.
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