THE state of Israel is arguably the world's only country where its four-star generals are subject to court marshal for overachievement.
JUST how much time or effort would one need to prove that there is a direct link between marking the anniversary of Mwalimu JK Nyerere’s passing and ridding Tanzania of anything and everything...
ON Tuesday, October 10, 2017, registered Liberian voters across the country went to the polls to elect a new president and a new House of Representatives for another six years.
UNKNOWN to most people in the region, a small group of experts has been tasked with writing a constitution for a proposed confederation of the East African Community.
DAD hits again, that’s why I like it here. He spares no rod, lest he spoils his children. He shrugs off allegations of being rude and hot-tempered.
TODAY I’d like to share a very powerful testimony shared by a gentleman called Bill Phillips. But first, who is he?
THE Tanzania Horticulture Association (TAHA) and the International Trade Centre (ITC) recently held a meeting in Arusha attended by over two hundred national and international delegates.
The United States has lifted decades-old economic sanctions against Sudan even though it still considers the country a state sponsor of terrorism and despite the fact Sudanese President Omar al-...
THE world is again on the cusp of making history in the AIDS response—ending AIDS as a public health threat by 2030. For the first time in the history of the AIDS epidemic, Africa has reached a...
OF all the many intractable health problems in Africa, blindness is one that should be relatively easy to address. As in more developed countries, blindness in Africa is often caused by cataracts...
IN 2011, the South African government announced a plan to create a 9.6-gigawatt nuclear energy programme.
The world is again on the cusp of making history in the AIDS response—endingAIDS as a public health threat by 2030.
ANGOLA’S generally peaceful and well-organized elections mask the powerful structures holding the country back from being a true democracy, says DW's Johannes Beck.