[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania’s billionaire-businessman Mohammed Dewji, ‘Mo’ who has been missing since October 11, 2018 when he was abducted by gunmen has been found and is safely back at home.
[East African] Tanzanian security organs are working round the clock to solve the puzzle surrounding the dramatic abduction of billionaire Mohammed Dewji in Dar es Salaam early Thursday morning.
[Nation] Flamboyant businessman and politician Don Bosco Gichana is finally free after five years of detention by a Tanzanian court.
[Daily News] President John Magufuli has ordered the Tanzania National Roads Agency (TANROADS) to install CCTV cameras on the newly launched Mfugale Flyover at Tazara junction as soon as possible.
[Daily News] TANZANIA exports to Italy have gone up by almost 10 per cent last year thanks to increased foodstuffs and products of metallurgy. According to Italian Embassy in Tanzania, the exports, went up by 8.27 per cent to 41.6million euros last year from 38.42 million euros in 2016.
JOHN MAGUFULI, the president of Tanzania, has strong views about birth control. He does not see the point. In 2016 he announced that state schools would be free, and, as a result, women could throw away their contraceptives.
[East African] Tanzania is working on a model that will help ensure that every citizen enjoys health insurance.
[East African] Uganda and Tanzania have taken over the Democratic Republic of Congo’s fish market from Rwanda, which is grappling with weak domestic production.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nairobi -Maasai herders near Tanzania’s famous Serengeti wildlife park have asked a regional court to stop the government intimidating witnesses supporting their legal bid to return to their ancestral land, a lawyer for the community said on Thursday.
[Citizen] Nairobi -The Tanzanian government has rejected Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) backing of locally made goods in a fresh trade spat that has seen Dar es Salaam impose barriers on confectionery products like chocolate, ice cream, biscuits and sweets.