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How technology has affected Zanzibar's traditional hat

Dar es Salaam, July 8 -- TRADITIONAL hat-wearing has been a unique culture for Zanzibar for many decades. The hat, popularly known as kofia ya kiua, is made locally by young women who take about one ... Read More


Major improvements made to woo more holiday-makers

Dar es Salaam, July 8 -- ZANZIBAR remains famous among tourists, visitors and holidaymakers from East Africa and beyond as a travel destination with wonderful beaches, exceptional red monkeys and othe... Read More


ICT integration in schools non-negotiab le, cannot b e delayed- AU Commissioner

Dar es Salaam, July 1 -- DISRUPTIONS in learning experienced in many schools across Africa following the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic have shown the need to expedite the development of infrast... Read More


Progress made in fighting illicit drugs in Zanzibar

Dar es Salaam, July 1 -- KHADIJA Yussuf, famous as 'bingwa,' a Kiswahili for champion, is celebrating her third year after abandoning using illicit drugs. She was an addict for seven years. "I am hap... Read More


ICT integration in schools non-negotiable, cannot be delayed- AU Commissioner

Dar es Salaam, July 1 -- DISRUPTIONS in learning experienced in many schools across Africa following the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic have shown the need to expedite the development of infrast... Read More


Premier Bet celebrates the Premier League return with a 250% Mega Bonus!

Dar es Salaam, June 26 -- We've had to wait a long time for the return of the Premier League, but it's finally back! Together with La Liga and the Serie A, it means that football fans can watch their ... Read More


Gender responsive budget still work in progress

Dar es Salaam, June 24 -- TWO Members of Parliament, Lolesia Bukwimba (Busanda, CCM) and Suzan Lyimo (Special Seats, Chadema) share their views on how to mainstream gender perspectives into the 2020/2... Read More


Overcrowded classrooms mar Zanzibar success in education

Dar es Salaam, June 24 -- AS nursery, primary and secondary schools open after almost three months of closure due to COVID-19 pandemic, the main concern in Zanzibar will be overcrowding in primary sch... Read More


Zanzibar's strategy to control sea erosion show success

Dar es Salaam, June 24 -- THE famous Forodhani Park, a public beach most known by those who visit Zanzibar was being threatened by erosion caused by sea rise. The park of the historical city of Stone... Read More


Civic education needed to defuse political unrest, deep divisions

Dar es Salaam, June 17 -- AS Tanzania prepares for general elections later this year, civic education and political tolerance are highly required in Zanzibar to avoid a repeat of the wave of violence ... Read More