The Maasai Indigenous community in Loliondo, in Tanzania’s northern district of Ngorongoro are being violently uprooted from their ancestral land by Tanzanian authorities.
The silent and deadly trade is one of the most lucrative and harmful forms of human trafficking.
President Samia Hassan has set Tanzania on a change of course – time will tell if the pattern holds and addresses the country’s challenges.
President Samia Hassan may have been an ‘accidental president’ but Tanzania’s leader has set out to showcase her own political strategy.
On March 23 in 1942, Guyanese historian and Pan-African Marxist revolutionary Dr. Walter Rodney was born, he would have turned 80 this year. Rodney was assassinated in 1980. His image, voice, and canonical works will continue to be a testament and witness to the yearning of the human condition for freedom and redemption.
President Samia Suluhu Hassan is winning party loyalists, and has launched a diplomatic charm offensive ahead of 2025 polls.
Over two millennia, Swahili has built bridges among people across Africa and into the diaspora.
Despite the relative political stability over the years, Tanzania needs a new constitution to address contemporary challenges and strengthen institutions.
Because of their appearance, people with albinism in Tanzania are often socially excluded and frequently (and sometimes violently) discriminated against.