We have been taken aback, just as many other Tanzanians have, by the recent directive from Home Affairs minister Mathias Chikawe that he would deregister all religious institutions whose leaders engage in politics Full Story
Former Zanzibar first lady Shadya Karume (3rd-L), chairperson of ZAYEDESA (Zanzibar Youth Education Development Association), hands over eye screening equipment to Mnazi Mmoja Hospital (Zanzibar) director Dr Jamala Adam Taibna yesterday. It is a donation from ZAYEDESA and a Canadian NGO. (Photo: Guardian Correspondent)
Dangerous pest destroying major food crops.
A new destructive pest is rapidly spreading through the coastal areas of Tanzania around Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar, attacking important food crops such as pawpaws and cassava as well as ornamental plants like hibiscus and frangipani Full Story
'DSE Market Value Can Reach 50 Pct Of GDP Before 2017'
Economists say there is no reason for the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) to fail to reach its targeted market value of 50 percent of the GDP well before 2017, given the current initiatives it has undertaken to list more IPOs Full Story
Young Africans are right back on the saddle for the Mainland premier soccer league title hunt as they host visiting Stand United in their return leg to be played at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam today Full Story