A United Nations-backed report launched today explores the different ways the international treaty governing the inscription of world heritage sites may one day apply to sunken coral islands, floating rainforests, or giant undersea volcanoes, none of which can be considered for listing because they are …Read More
The government has filed a notice of appeal against the High Court decision to strike out all provisions in the Law of Marriage Act, 1971, which allow a girl under 18 years old to get married with her parent's consent.
In the ruling delivered by …Read More
The long awaited album "God over Everything" (GOE) from the Nigerian dancehall star Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie aka Patoranking is finally over.
Soon after landing at the Julius Nyerere International airport (JNIA) yesterday evening, the dancehall reggae artiste together with his team were received by Spice …Read More
Azam FC face a real test of their Premier League title credentials today when they clash with JKT Ruvu in a build-up match at the Azam Complex.
The Chamazi based outfit had pitched a camp in Zanzibar where they also played several friendly matches, but …Read More
WOMEN engineers in the country have not been motivated to attend professional development programmes in accordance with the provisions, as there is no proper system in place to recognise their work.
This was revealed yesterday in Dar es Salaam by the Chairperson for Women Engineers …Read More
There is confusion in Tanzania's petroleum industry following a recent decision by the state-run Petroleum Bulk Procurement Agency (PBPA) to reinstate a Nigerian oil trader to import the item under the Bulk Procurement System (BPS).
The troubled firm, Sahara Energy Resources DMCC, has been at …Read More
When the Opposition walked out on President John Magufuli in Parliament last November, it turned out to be a dramatic first episode in Season 1 of the trending Tanzanian political soap opera.
For lovers of action movies, the series has not disappointed ever since. It …Read More
The government has directed the new board of directors for the Tanzania Tourists Board (TTB) to attract three million tourists by 2018.
This is far beyond what is stipulated in the ruling party's 2015 election manifesto which requires the number of tourists to reach two …Read More