Tanzania News


Wednesday, 03-04-15, 14:50Kalambo Village Wins War Against Maternal Deaths[Daily News] Sumbawanga -MPENJE Village in Kalambo District, Rukwa Region has recorded zero maternal deaths for the past three years, thanks to the efforts of Africare, a non-governmental organization which focuses on reducing maternal deaths and child mortalities among rural communities. read more...
Wednesday, 03-04-15, 11:38Ngeleja Explains 40 Million/ - Deal[Daily News] SENGEREMA Member of Parliament (MP) William Ngeleja denied receiving 40m/- from a local firm, VIP Engineering and Marketing Limited, which had a stake in the Independent Power Tanzania Limited (IPTL). read more...
Wednesday, 03-04-15, 11:18New U.S.$300 Million Financing to Improve Services for 2 Million People in Dar[World Bank] Washington -The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors has today approved $300 million in credit from the highly-concessional International Development Association (IDA)* for the new Dar es Salaam Metropolitan Development Project (DMPD) that will improve services directly for 1.9 million residents and, indirectly, for the city's overall population of 4.6 million. read more...
Tuesday, 03-03-15, 9:13People With Albinism Slam Banning of Protest[Thomson Reuters Foundation]Dar es Salaam -Tanzanian police banned a demonstration on Monday to protest against attacks and murders of albinos, fuelling concerns that authorities are not committed to ending violence against albinos whose body parts are highly valued in witchcraft. read more...
Monday, 03-02-15, 15:00Poor Nutrition Fuelling Aids Patients Deaths[Arusha Times]When people suffering from HIV and Aids succumb to the disease, sometimes it is not due to infections only, if the Arusha situation is anything to by, they could be dying also because of poor nutrition read more...
Monday, 03-02-15, 13:08Inner Facts Behind East African Common Market Formation[Daily News]THERE is every indication that Civil Society Organisations which conduct their activities within the East African Community member states have begun to take part in the dialogue on the best and most sustainable implementation approach for creation of the East African Common Market. read more...
Monday, 03-02-15, 12:58Tanzanians Shine in Kilimanjaro Marathon[Daily News]Moshi -TANZANIAN duo of Fabiola William and Ismail Juma put up a strong-willed performance to win the women's full marathon and men's half marathon respectively, at this year's Kilimanjaro Marathon staged at Moshi University of Cooperative and Business Studies (MUCoBS) ground. read more...
Sunday, 03-01-15, 6:31Brave Mother of Albino Baby Recovering[Daily News]Mwanza -THE mother of a kidnapped child with albinism, Ms Esther Thomas, has confirmed that her condition is getting better at the Bugando Medical Centre (BMC) where she is admitted after sustaining severe injuries, while protecting her child from the abductors. read more...
Friday, 02-27-15, 14:23Four Charged Over Albino Murder in Tanzania Amid Growing Calls for Action[Thomson Reuters Foundation]Dar es Salaam -A Tanzanian court has charged four people over the murder of an albino woman over six years ago as pressure mounts for authorities in the east African country to do more to stop the killing of albinos whose body parts are prized in black magic. read more...
Friday, 02-27-15, 12:36Dar, Lusaka Plan Taking Their Ties to Greater Heights[Daily News]TANZANIA and Zambia have pledged to strengthen their relationship as they look forward to capitalize on joint economic ventures. read more...


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