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Tanzania Mourns As 40 Killed In Church Stampede, Floods

Tanzania Mourns As 40 Killed In Church Stampede, Floods

 Tanzania president John Magufuli mourned the death of at least 40 people including 20 who died late Saturday following a stampede at an evangelical Christian church service in Moshi. The president said 20 others were killed in ongoing rains in Lindi, according to a statement issued on Sunday, February 2, 2020. The Moshi tragedy happened […]

Tanzania Signs New Implementation Deal With Barrick

Tanzania Signs New Implementation Deal With Barrick

Tanzania and the Canadian mining giant Barrick Gold Corp on Friday signed an agreement to kick-start their new joint venture company to oversee Barrick’s future gold mining operations in the country, as a way forward following a year-long impasse. “Being a year now, we have finally completed the long journey of negotiations and renegotiations and […]

Women Bear Brunt Of Work Without Pay

Women Bear Brunt Of Work Without Pay

Women in the region are spending long hours doing necessary but unquantifiable work, leaving them with little or no time for work that is economically productive and earns them money. In Tanzania, women spend 3.5 times more minutes per day on unpaid care and domestic work than men. It is three times more minutes per […]

GBV Cases Show Significant Drop In Tanzania

GBV Cases Show Significant Drop In Tanzania

UN Women, in collaboration with the government of Tanzania, has helped the country in the fight against gender-based violence (GBV) to women and children and so far cases have decreased significantly. Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Dr Faustine Ndugulile said during a seminar at the weekend that […]

Encourage Women To Grab Leadership Positions

Encourage Women To Grab Leadership Positions

THOUGH women are a vital and critical part of the society that for a long time has been driving change and development, gender inequality has been rearing its ugly head and shutting them out of their critical roles. On the other hand, stakeholders throughout the world have been fighting against traditional norms and values, and […]

To Uplift A Woman Is To Uplift A Village

To Uplift A Woman Is To Uplift A Village

Khadija Zuberi, 23, from Ruaha Mbuyuni village in Tanzania’s central highlands, is a single mother to her four-year-old son, Hashim. It has been a financial struggle for Zuberi – who have completed high school but has no further qualifications – to raise her son. While she is still in a relationship with Hashim’s father and […]

U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Kenya, Tanzania 1998 Embassy Bombings Case

U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Kenya, Tanzania 1998 Embassy Bombings Case

Lawyers representing hundreds of Kenyan and Tanzanian victims of the 1998 embassy bombings are optimistic that the United States Supreme Court will rule to award a total of $4.3 billion (Ksh440 billion, Tsh9.8 trillion) to their clients. The top US court agreed in June to take up the case during its term beginning in October. […]

Dengue Fever Kills 4 in Tanzania, As 4,000 Diagnosed With Disease

Dengue Fever Kills 4 in Tanzania, As 4,000 Diagnosed With Disease

Four people have died in Tanzania as a result of the dengue fever and more than 4,000 others have been diagnosed with the disease, the government has said. Three people died in Dar es Salaam while one died in Dodoma, Health Minister Ummy Mwalimu said on Friday in Parliament as she read out the government […]

The Study On Rural Women Calls For Extra Vigilance On Childbirth

The  Study On Rural Women Calls For Extra Vigilance On Childbirth

District health committees must have special programmes that can help pregnant women in rural areas prepare to deal with possible complications that may arise during child birth, says a study unveiled on Thursday June 27 during the 7th Muhas Scientific Conference. Majority of women in Biharamulo District, Kagera Region where the study was carried out, […]

Dengue Fever Kills 4 In Tanzania, As 4,000 Diagnosed With Disease

Dengue Fever Kills 4 In Tanzania, As 4,000 Diagnosed With Disease

Four people have died in Tanzania as a result of the dengue fever and more than 4,000 others have been diagnosed with the disease, the government has said. Three people died in Dar es Salaam while one died in Dodoma, Health Minister Ummy Mwalimu said on Friday in Parliament as she read out the government […]

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