Billions of shillings have spent on schools, water projects and an electricity over the past three months - money that wasn’t previously available
Tanzania's Magufuli banned Independence Day partying and state Christmas cards; when will the big moves come?
These actions change the tone and mindset. What is needed is comprehensive structural changes to address long-term problems.
Magufuli fever: Tanzanian officials jailed for lateness...they showed up two hours earlier the next day
Local government official ordered six colleagues to be locked up after they turned up over three hours late for a meeting he had called for 8:00am.
(STORIFY) Tanzania's new leader Magufuli walks the talk, and African Twitter follows - to hilarious effect
Magufuli's austere approach resonates with a generation that is jaded with endless corruption scandals and government excesses
Late Friday, explosive experts detonated a homemade explosive device in the heart of the historic Stone Town district, a UNESCO-listed area.
His running mate Samia Suluhu Hassan will become Tanzania's first ever female vice president.
Blows, tears and jeers as Zanzibar vote cancelled in Tanzania polls; opposition wants entire election scrapped
Poll boss says Zanzibar electoral commissioners were partisan and even exchanged blows because of differences among them.
Security forces surrounded Zanzibar's results centre after opposition leader repeated warnings he "will not concede defeat if robbed of my victory."
This week Tanzania will have a new leader; Ivory Coast to return an old one. And Congo's will add to his 30 years
Whichever way it turns out, with Kikwete stepping down after two terms, Tanzania will have a different man at the top.
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.
An African paradox: voters can't tell difference between ruling and opposition parties - why that's a good thing
The opposition wins and disappointingly behaves just like the ruling party they were fighting against. There's a silver lining, believe it or not.
Tanzania has held regular elections since 1964, with CCM dominating governance of the nation.