Tanzania plans to have a policy on electric vehicles by mid-2024 at the latest.
Intended to encourage local cashew nut processing, farmers say the arrangement has been hijacked, and it no longer serves the intended goal.
In our briefing today: CCM’s Secretary-General resigns after sexual WhatsApp message leaks; Two police officers held in Dar after reportedly shooting dead a security guard; Titan Lithium to start drilling program at Titan 1 project in Tanzania; 13 killed, 25 injured in bus-train collision in Singida.
Daniel Chongolo says there’s an ongoing campaign aimed at “tarnishing” his image and he’s not willing to see CCM associated with his alleged misconduct.
Dar es Salaam. Police in Dar es Salaam said Wednesday that it is holding two members of the law enforcement agency after reports surfaced online alleging that they’re responsible for shooting dead a security guard at a popular pub in the city, Boardroom Bar. The deceased has been identified as 29-year-old Razaki Azan. The officers, […]
Ukigharimu jumla ya Shilingi milioni 802, ujenzi wa kituo hicho cha polisi umezua gumzo miongoni mwa Watanzania waliowengi.
In our briefing today: A photo exhibition in Dar showcases the wisdom of a 108-year-old man; Africa Command Special Operations Forces train alongside Tanzania’s partners; Israel-Palestine conflict: It’s not just the text, but context also matters.
During the training, partner forces collaborated on various tactical skills, including visit, board, search, and seizure.
A new exhibition at the Old Boma in Dar es Salaam offers a fascinating insight into the culture and tradition of the people of the Uluguru mountains.
This year’s conference will discuss the state of politics locally and globally, touching on current trends, including populism, coup d’états and democratic backsliding.