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Ireland, UNDP sign co-financing agreement in Tanzania

Tanzania, Dec. 6 -- Dar es Salaam. The government of Ireland has signed two co-financing agreements worth Euro1.4 million with the United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA) to support Census Data Analysis... Read More


Kenyan woman, daughters shot dead by husband in the US

Tanzania, Dec. 5 -- A Kenyan woman and her two children have been killed by her husband in Louisville, Kentucky, United States in what police suspect to be murder-suicide. Several media reports indic... Read More


Tanzanian film 'Still Okay to Date?' wins major award in Kenya

Tanzania, Dec. 5 -- Dar es Salaam. A Tanzanian film titled "Still Okay to Date?" has won the Best International Film category at Kenya's Kalasha Awards, which were announced on December 3 this year in... Read More


President Samia scraps off Independence Day celebrations

Tanzania, Dec. 5 -- Dar es Salaam. President Samia Suluhu Hassan has cancelled this year's Independence Day celebrations and directed the Sh960 million budgeted for the event to be relocated to constr... Read More


Zanzibar VP calls for unity to ensure maritime security

Tanzania, Dec. 5 -- Dar es Salaam. Zanzibar Second Vice President Hemed Suleiman Abdulla has urged Tanzanians to join hands with other nations to maintain maritime security which is currently faces ch... Read More


70 entities ready to set up shop at $3 billion industrial complex

Tanzania, Dec. 5 -- Dar es Salaam. Seventy companies have signed memoranda of understanding (MoUs) to be part of the $3 billion Sino-Tan Industrial Park in Kibaha, Coast Region. The project - which i... Read More


Why business chiefs are full of optimism

Tanzania, Dec. 5 -- Dar es Salaam. Business captains are optimistic that the current cordial relations between the government and the private sector will further brighten up the business outlook in Ta... Read More


A triple-barrelled glass of happiness

Tanzania, Dec. 4 -- One day, a little while ago, my favourite person referred to me as a pretty little tanker. I wondered how long he'd been holding on to that but, I will admit that I was not, in the... Read More


Watta-on-the-go: The millennial's guide to travel

Tanzania, Dec. 4 -- For an introvert, the worst thing to happen would be a dead phone right at the beginning of an adventure-filled trip. Such was my lot in October when I was hosted by the Kenyan Tou... Read More


Tanzania in the 1980s: The experimental year

Tanzania, Dec. 4 -- The 1980s were ushered with a speech from Mwalimu Julius Nyerere on New Year's Day, 1980 in which he addressed a range of issues from the adverse economic situation to liberation s... Read More