Said weak management at the author had cost the nation about $181.7 million annually
Tanzania’s Magufuli picks another good fight – this time to cut traffic jams in Dar es Salaam by 80%
The notorious traffic jams could cost the city’s economy more than $548 million over the next three years
“Right now the demand for fibre is so huge...We cannot match the demand” - Yunus Mssika, director of the Tanzania Sisal Board
The fight against graft would help address perception that governance had deteriorated in Tanzania in recent years
Billion-dollar pipe could change economic geopolitics in the increasingly energy-rich region.
Tale of two economies: World Bank nearly halves S. Africa forecast, Tanzania bumps up projections to 7.2%
South Africa 'is flirting with recession' after a year of major shocks, but in Tanzania, the future seemingly has never been so rosy
President John Magufuli who took office in November has pledged to speed up growth by diversifying the mostly agrarian economy
Tanzania plans to list 49% of power utility this year, to invest $1.2 billion in company over 10 years
Electricity provider to be split it into separate generation, transmission and distribution units
Testament to the human spirit: 5 Tanzanian miners freed after 41 days underground—they ate roaches and frogs to survive
When they called out for help other miners thought they were hearing evil spirits and fled, but had the presence of mind to report it.
Three votes on Sunday reveal Africa’s many faces, and could change the continent in rather unexpected ways
What do a 'third term Central Africa corridor', a long-ruling party and big infrastructure have in common? Plenty...
‘For the first time we don’t know who will win’: Tanzania ‘Bulldozer’ faces ex-premier in tight election
The suspense is unlike any other in east African country, despite 50-year history of consistent and peaceful voting. It is bruising.
Uganda's Museveni eyes easy win as rivals' coalition collapses; in Tanzania odds against opposition front
Coalitions in Africa are generally hit and miss, but in East Africa drama is never too far away, as happenings this week have showed.
Despite Tanzania’s tightest election race yet, ruling party man set for a landslide, says opinion poll
Such an lopsided outcome would buck perception that CCM was facing a major challenge, with the opposition receiving several high-profile defectors.
Tanzania poll boss in alarm after 'militia training' claims made ahead of country's closest election yet
The disturbing claim has emerged as campaigning heats up prior to the October 25 ballot in one of Africa's most stable countries.
Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) John Magufuli is hoping to succeed President Jakaya Kikwete and has waded into a controversial issue.
Coalition party says Its campaign events are being blocked as October 25 ballot nears.