THE High Court’s Land Division has dismissed the suit lodged by 285 famers from Mvomero District in Morogoro Region, who were seeking, among others, payments of 10bn/- compensation for allegedly fo
THE number of people facing food shortage in Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) bloc has gone up by 13 per cent from 24.28 million in 2013/14 to 27.41 million this year.
GOVERNMENT has embarked on investigations into a scandal relating to a large haul of ivory, worth over US 400,000 dollars (over 800m/-) on the black market, that was seized at Zurich airport last m
TANZANIA gets some 130bn/- per year in climate change financing as recorded in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Creditor Reporting System database.
The African Planting Company (APC) that invests in four plantations in Hai and Moshi districts intends to initiate a huge solar power project.
MEMBERS of the community surrounding Jozani-Chwaka Bay National Park have been given over 54m/- as benefits of protecting the reserved forest.
TANZANIA has been hailed for registering major achievements in attaining Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) number four for reducing under- five mortality from 161 per 1,000 live births in 1990 to
PEACE and environmental activists from around the world who are meeting here have called on African governments to slap a ban on uranium mining and world leaders to outlaw nuclear weapons, saying t
THE Rural Energy Agency (REA) envisages supplying 1,250,000 rural dwellers with electricity in the next five years, thanks to about 900bn/- that the government has set aside to support the grand pr
RWANDA leads in the EAC as the best place for mothers and children, a report released in Nairobi by the Save the Children has revealed.
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