The 2010 World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa being held in Dar es Salaam this
week promises to be one of the most important and exciting events that the
Geneva-based non-profit organization has ever MORE
For any family or community, addition of a new member is something that usually brings joy and extra responsibilities.
Then imagine what the horde of newly naturalised citizens of Tanzania can do to MORE
In his cramped hut at the end of an alleyway in the coastal Tanzanian town of Bagamoyo, traditional healer Dr Msilo treats patients with a variety of mental and physical problems.
To locals, he is known MORE
IF you eat you support agriculture; food is a basic human need. However, few of us see agriculture as a component of a modern city.
In cities we often forget that every time we eat we are depending MORE
Tanzania’s agriculture industry is poised to notch up gains in the near future as small farmers across the country lead the way to improve productivity through irrigation and eliminate rural poverty.
HARD-to-deal-with social, economic and, sometimes, culture-related problems are driving the Tanzanian population to look at life in new and varying ways.
Improved well-being is their common goal and MORE
The decision by BAE Systems Plc earlier this month to pay 30 million pounds (approx. 63.5bn/-) in fines after settling a long-running corruption investigation into the sale of a radar system to Tanzania MORE
AS a taxi driver, Christopher Mwita never overlooked anything on the way when he transported his passengers to their various destinations. Thanks to his inquisitiveness, he has now developed a home-based MORE
TANZANIA is among sub-Sahara African countries that have made significant progress but are still far from attaining the most easily quantifiable goals of Education for All (EFA) adopted in 2000 in Dakar, MORE
FOR thousands of Kilosa District residents it was a rude Boxing Day awakening. It had not rained from the sky, but devastative flash floods abruptly brought a long spell of drought to an end.
AFTER taking the rough with the smooth of last year, the Tanzanian business community maintains a positive outlook for 2010 hoping that both developed and developing economies would soon see a speedier MORE
MLIMANI City is neither a suburb nor a municipality on its own. It’s simply a shopping centre with a big name that reflects a lot of business challenges as well as opportunities calling for the attention MORE
IT all seemed like a good idea at the time. The 2,700-kilometre central railway network was badly in need of major capital investment, and the then state-owned Tanzania Railways Corporation (TRC) had no MORE
The new US ambassador to Tanzania, Alfonso Lenhardt, granted an exclusive interview to THISDAY in Dar es Salaam recently, being his first interview with the media since arriving in the country. Following MORE