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Why reform of Tanzania's fire and rescue force is imperative

Tanzania, Nov. 27 -- Dar es Salaam. Tanzania's Fire and Rescue Force needs a significant reform in order to be aligned with the ever-changing challenges that the country faces as far as protecting its... Read More


Ticts' 22-year era over as TPA ends contract

Tanzania, Nov. 26 -- Dar es Salaam. The Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) will not renew its contract with the Tanzania International Container Services (Ticts) Limited, which has been handling container... Read More


Ticts' 22-years era over as TPA ends contract

Tanzania, Nov. 26 -- Dar es Salaam. The Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) will not renew its contract with the Tanzania International Container Services (Ticts) Limited, which has been handling container... Read More


Zitto calls for 'land for equity' payout model in LNG project

Tanzania, Nov. 25 -- Dar es Salaam. ACT Wazalendo has requested the government to reconsider its financial compensation policy when carrying out large-scale projects and incorporate land for "equity" ... Read More


How Tanesco is grappling with drought

Tanzania, Nov. 24 -- Dar es Salaam. Reliance on hydropower sources is affecting electricity generation by Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco), resulting in the ongoing power rationing. Tanesco... Read More


Experts on flooding at Williamson mine

Tanzania, Nov. 23 -- Dar es Salaam. The Williamson Diamond mine's Tailings Storage Facility (TSF) breach, which caused flooding, would have been discovered if the facility's standard best practice of ... Read More


Samia lists areas of focus in foreign policy review

Tanzania, Nov. 20 -- Zanzibar. President Samia Suluhu Hassan detailed 10 areas that Tanzanian diplomats serving the nation abroad must consider as they study the new foreign policy that has been sugge... Read More


VP's ten directives on water sources and climate change

Tanzania, Nov. 17 -- Dar es Salaam/Mbeya. Vice President Philip Mpango yesterday issued ten directives as part of efforts to protect and preserve the country's water sources and fight climate change i... Read More


Dirty cooking 'kills at least 33,000 yearly'

Tanzania, Oct. 26 -- Dar es Salaam. Charcoal, firewood and crop residues may be cheaper cooking energy options, but they are directly responsible for at least 33,000 deaths in Tanzania annually, a Cab... Read More


Public transport a hotspot for sexual harassment

Tanzania, Oct. 22 -- Dar es Salaam. Amid prevailing sexual harassment facing female university students in the country, public transport remains a hotspot, hence, prompting calls for designing of safe... Read More