Tanzania: Uamsho debate – IS it religion, politics or a disease?

Is it religion, politics or a disease? This is how one could sum up the debate which was meant for discussing access to information to just end up with the Uamsho debate. On Tuesday this week at the Courtyard Protea Hotel the media stakeholders and lawyers were discussing the topic “is viable constitution possible amidst [...]

Yes to Kilimo Kwanza: Tanzania’s Green Revolution, but for whose benefit?

Recently Tanzania’s President Jakaya Kikwete visited the US, as an invitee to the G8 summit, a group of the most powerful nations in the world. His visit has fuelled some debates with positive and negative views. A few days letter journalists were invited to the US Embassy in Dar es Salaam to receive good news [...]

HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS COUNSELED: Let we make the situation even worse

Human rights activists and defenders have been counseled to consider circumstances, timing and possible repercussions before they issue strong statements. This advice was given to human rights defenders at the five days training from May 27 to May 31, 2012 at the Speke Resort Munyonyo in Kampala, Uganda. The training was hosted by the East [...]

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 [...]


Lack of knowledge with regard to food poisoning could cause serious problems including death, particularly to rural dwellers, experts in this area have revealed. Briefing journalists and later on in an exclusive interview that was  conducted at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture in Mwenge, Dar es Salaam on Thursday last week, experts said that [...]

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