Tanzanian police said Thursday it planned to arrest all the residents of a village in the country's south after water pipes were destroyed by a mob.
DAR ES SALAAM. Tanzania's Minister for Finance and Planning Philip Mpango said on Tuesday the government will shut down loss-making state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and retain only those that post profit annually.
World agencies and neighbouring countries on Friday hiked their response to an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo as the toll from the notorious disease mounted.
By Kampala Post Reporter
The Chief of Defence Forces Gen David Muhoozi has met a delegation from the National Defence College of Tanzanian led by Brig Gen I. Mhona at the Uganda People’s Defense Forces (UPDF) Headquarters Mbuya in Kampala.
Tanzanian President John Magufuli on Friday inaugurated a 24-kilometre (15-mile) around the country’s tanzanite mines to prevent smuggling of the precious violet-blue stones, which are unique to the East African country.
A Tanzanian court on Monday handed five-month jail terms to two regime opponents, including a lawmaker, for defaming President John Magufuli, their defence counsel said.
Five Congolese nationals were killed Friday as the Rwandan police and army used live ammunition to disperse refugees who had spent three days camped outside the offices of the U.N. refugee agency in western Rwanda.
Tanzania has threatened to revoke the registration of religious organisations that “mix religion and politics” after a cleric criticised President John Magufuli’s leadership in a Christmas sermon.
At least 13 people died and nine were reported missing after a boating accident in the Tanzanian waters of Lake Tanganyika, a local official told AFP on Saturday.
Congo and Uganda are planning a joint military operation against a Congo-based Ugandan rebel group blamed for an attack that killed 15 United Nations peacekeepers, army officials from the two countries said on Wednesday.