This was said yesterday by the Deputy Minister, Mr Ramo Makani, when responding to Mr Cosato Chumi (Mafinga Urban-CCM) who asked the government to consider licensing villagers living around forest

However, a few decades ago witnessed gradual changes, with ice caps at the Mount Kilimanjaro starting to decrease due to environmental degradation and the recent climate change effects.

KAGERA Regional Commissioner Salim Mustapha Kijuu has directed councils in Muleba, Bukoba, Biharamulo, Ngara, Karagwe, Kyerwa and Misenyi to ensure that each plants at least 1.5 million trees each

The Babati District Commissioner (DC), Mr Crispin Meela, confirmed the number of affected victims, loss of properties including destroyed homes, submerged farms and livestock that include goats, sh

The Geita District Administrative Secretary, Mr Gasper Kanyairita, told the ‘Daily News’ that the victims’ death came a few months after authorities warned over the safety of the pit.

MORE than 40,000 people have been diagnosed with various types of cancer in the country and only 10 per cent of the victims have started medication at Ocean Road Cancer Institute (ORCI) in Dar es S

CITES called on Tanzania and Mozambique – both of which have lost more than half their elephants since 2009 – to take critical steps against ivory trafficking before its next meeting in September.

TANZANIA Forest Service Agency (TFSA) has warned leaders and the public in Kilimanjaro Region against indiscriminate tree-felling in order to preserve the environment.

Nkasi District Commissioner (DC), Mr Iddy Hassan Kimanta, told the ‘Daily News’ over the phone on his way to Kirando village along the shores of Lake Tanganyika from Namanyere Town.

Speaking at the inaugural ceremony in Dar es Salaam on Friday evening, President Jakaya Kikwete directed TAWA to go the extra mile beyond conservation and protection, stressing that efforts should