The East African newspaper has been suspended by the government of Tanzania which says the 20-year-old paper is not officially registered.
A Civic United Front leader appeared in court on Wednesday to answer to charges of staging a protest without a permit, in which police arrested 30 people. This news caused lawmakers to storm out of parliament in Dodoma
Tanzania’s Energy and Minerals Minister Sospeter Muhongo resigned from office following graft allegations against him on Saturday
The government of Tanzania has banned witchdoctors in the country in a bid to protect albino people and stop attacks on them
Tanzania stands accused of going back on its promise not to evict Maasai pastoralists from their ancestral land in order to build a reserve for the Dubai royal family to hunt game meat
To spectators, Tanzania’s preference for Swahili over English may seem like a sign of liberation from colonial influence. But is that how we feel? In the era of globalisation, is Swahili crucial to our identity or does it isolate us from the rest of the world?
Tanzanian police apprehended eight people in connection with 85 refuse bags stuffed with human body parts – including limbs, fingers and skulls – found dumped in a landfill
Cost-cutting measures will see London-listed Richland Resources shed a third of its workforce, The Citizen reported