516 suspected terrorists detained in Tanzania to be repatriated
516 persons allegedly involved in terrorist activities in Mozambique’s northern province of Cabo Delgado detained in Tanzania will be extradited for trial.
Tanzania's Magufuli says democracy 'has limits'
Tanzanian President John Magufuli said Friday that freedom and democracy have limits, after a disputed election which saw scores of opposition members arrested and his main rival leave the country.
Gagging the watchdog
Think of Tanzania and you are drenched in a swirl of sweet memories because of its safari and rich wild life which attract almost a million tourists yearly.
10 pupils killed, 7 injured in school fire in Tanzania
At least 10 pupils have been killed and seven others injured after a fire burnt a dormitory to ashes at a primary school in Tanzania’s northwest region of Kagera, an official said on Monday.
Former Tanzanian president Mkapa dies aged 81
Former Tanzanian president Benjamin Mkapa has died age 81 in a Dar es Salaam hospital, the government announced Friday.
Tanzania's Magufuli to seek re-election in October vote
Tanzanian President John Magufuli said Wednesday he would seek re-election in October, after a first term marked by accusations of narrowing freedoms and growing authoritarianism.
BBA Winner Idris Sultan Arrested For 'Bullying' Tanzanian President
Tanzanian actor and comedian, Idris Sultan who won the Big Brother Africa show in 2014, has been arrested for allegedly bullying the President of Tanzania, John Magufuli. A recent video clip showed him laughing at an old photograph of President Magufuli, wearing an over-sized suit. The photo has been making the rounds on Tanzania’s social…
Tanzania to reopen universities as virus silence persists
Tanzanian President John Magufuli said Thursday that universities and sports events would resume next month, after declaring that prayer had spared the country the worst of the coronavirus, even as critics say cases are soaring.
Goat And Paw Paw Test Positive For Coronavirus In Tanzania
Tanzania's President John Magufuli has dismissed the coronavirus test kits after they had returned positive results on samples taken from a goat and a pawpaw. During an event in Chato in the north west of Tanzania, Magufuli said the kits had "technical errors". The president said he had instructed Tanzanian security forces to check the…