Tanzania: Laws Fail to Protect Wildlife

Lenient sentences issued by courts of law have been mentioned as part of obstacles in maintaining sustainable conservation of the national parks.

Rubondo Island National Park Acting Chief Park Warden, Mr Emmanuel Kaaya, sounded an alarm that there is a need to review some laws …

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Tanzania: School Desk Initiative Pays Off

As the government insisted yesterday on the deadline in dealing with the shortage of school desks countrywide, the Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, said data collected by June 17 shows that primary schools have addressed the scarcity by 77 per cent while secondary schools registered …

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Africa Should Embrace True Democracy

Dar es Salaam - President John Magufuli said recently that elections were over and the Opposition should wait until 2020 to hold their rallies.

Speaking at State House after receiving the official report of the National Electoral Commission (NEC) on the 2015 General Election, Dr …

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