Tanzania News


Monday, 05-25-15, 11:06Cholera Epidemic Grows Among Refugees[Al Jazeera] Kigoma -The cholera epidemic in the remote Tanzanian fishing village of Kagunga where about 50,000 refugees are still stranded on the shore of Lake Tanganyika is worsening, the UN refugee agency has said. read more...
Monday, 05-25-15, 11:05Cholera Outbreak Among Burundian Refugees[MSF] A cholera outbreak has struck overcrowded camps where thousands of Burundian refugees are gathering in Tanzania. According to the World Health Organization, 31 people have died of the disease, and more than 3,000 acute diarrhoea cases have been reported among the refugees. In collaboration with local authorities, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is opening rehydration points and cholera treatment centres read more...
Saturday, 05-23-15, 18:38Taifa Stars' Debacle - Very Little to Do With Coach[Daily News] TAIFA Stars are virtually out of the run for the COSAFA (the Council of Southern African Football Associations) tournament after going down 0-1 and 0-2 to Swaziland and Madagascar respectively. read more...
Friday, 05-22-15, 14:51Health Sector Improving Despite Many Faults[Daily News] Zanzibar -DESPITE progress in improving health care in the Isles, backbenchers in the House of Representatives say challenges are still too many. read more...
Friday, 05-22-15, 11:14Kenyans Jailed in Tanzania Seek Justice in Africa Rights Court[Capital FM] Arusha, Tanzania -Lawyers representing 10 Kenyans who were charged over robbery with violence in Tanzania have filed a fresh application at the Arusha-based African Court on Human and People's Rights (ACHPR), accusing the local court of violating their rights by failing to end their trial within 'reasonable' time. read more...
Friday, 05-22-15, 6:34More Than 50 Tanzanian Pupils Expelled From Kenya[Daily News] Arusha -KENYAN authorities have expelled and sent packing more than 50 Tanzanian pupils studying in various schools in the neighbouring country, with hundred others still stranded. read more...
Thursday, 05-21-15, 9:15President Nyusi Invites Tanzanian Businesses to Invest[AIM] President Filipe Nyusi told Tanzanian business people on 18 May that, over the last four year, Mozambique has attracted a flow of private investment estimated at US$23 billion. read more...
Wednesday, 05-20-15, 13:43Govt Owns 97 Buildings Abroad[Daily News] Dodoma -Tanzania owns a total of 97 buildings in different missions in various countries abroad, the National Assembly was told. read more...
Wednesday, 05-20-15, 7:20Cabbages Trump Coffee for Climate-Stressed Farmers[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Kanji -In the small village of Kanji, nestled on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, Ludovick Meela is preparing to cut down the rest of the ageing coffee trees on his farm and replace them with vegetables. read more...
Tuesday, 05-19-15, 9:59Burundi - WHO Raises Red Flag Over Cholera Outbreak in Tanzania[New Times] A severe humanitarian crisis is emerging in Tanzania as thousands of refugees from Burundi continue to seek asylum in neighbouring countries, due to escalating political tensions, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). read more...


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