Leaders pitch for small scale farmers at an agricultural forum

The Christian Holy Book talks of use of ox-plough several times both in its Old and New Testament but for Jakaya Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania, nothing testifies of the backwardness of African agriculture than the continued urging of farmers to switch from using hand hoe to ox-ploughing. “It is now over [...]

Academicians challenges Governments of National Unity in Africa

One of the highly respected judges in Tanzania Justice Damian Lubuva recently failed to satisfy his audience how he could balance his loyalty between the president and that of his duty as chairman of the National Electoral Commission (NEC). Justice Lubuva was guest of honour at the International Conference with a theme Elections and Transitions [...]

Tanzania: More discussions on the controversial Ngorongoro road

Conflicts of interest between domestic and tourism demands have once resurfaced in the construction of tarmac road linking Arusha and Mara regions. This time it was residents of Ngorongoro who asked the government to construct the said road without hesitation, despite external pressures on account that the construction of this road will disturb wild animals [...]

Double Standards! Critics query the stripping of public assets in Tanzania

The call by President Jakaya Kikwete for the Cooperative Unions to stop selling their housing property has raised eyebrows among the critics who say the same directive has to be sent to public institutions, which continue to sell public houses and prime areas relentlessly, despite a big segment of the public calling on the Government [...]

Tanzania: APRM team leader, CEO’s commend Kikwete administration

The team leader of the visiting panel of country review mission under the auspices of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), Barrister Akere Muna has commended President Jakaya Kikwete for being one of the African politicians who pioneered the governance self-assessment mechanism. Barrister Muna, whose position was supported by two renowned businessmen in Tanzania, the [...]

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