Tag: Tanzania

Osinbajo Attends African Court Of Justice Annual Opening Session In Arusha

Abdul Jimoh- February 27, 2022

  Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, today departs Abuja for Arusha, Tanzania to attend the formal opening of the 2022 Judicial Year of the African Court ... Read More

East African Rolls Over $652m Infrastructure Loan

Arowobusoye Samuel- August 13, 2018

Seized Money States in East African Community (EAC) have rolled over more than $651.8 million of their loan repayments to the Trade and Development Bank ... Read More

U.S. Advises Africa Against Banning Used Clothing

Henry Solomon- August 5, 2017

The U.S. has advised  African countries against banning importation of used clothing, for them to continue benefiting from Africa Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA) Scheme which ... Read More

UN Agencies Move To Introduce Girls To ICT Careers

Abdul Jimoh- April 28, 2017

UN Agencies Move To Introduce Girls To ICT Careers UN agencies have introduced thousands of girls and women to careers in coding and robotics as ... Read More

Tanzania Government Reads Riot Act To Foreigners

Henry Solomon- February 22, 2017

Tanzanian government has given 30-days to foreigners comprising of employees, employers and employment agents to verify their work and residence documents. The Labour Commissioner said ... Read More

Rohr Replaces Balogun With Agbo For World Cup Clash

Henry Solomon- September 27, 2016

Injured Super Eagles defender Leon Balogun has been replaced with Uche Henry Agbo for next month’s 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier away to Zambia’s Chipolopolo in ... Read More

Nigeria Expresses Intention To Enlist As Member-Nation Of Open Govt. Partnership

admin- July 21, 2016

Nigeria has signified her intention to be enlisted as the latest member-nation of the Open Government Partnership (OGP), a global coalition in the fight against ... Read More

Tanzania’s President slashes salaries for senior civil servants

Streaming Admin- March 31, 2016

Tanzanian President John Magufuli has promised to slash the salaries of senior civil servants, cutting the top wage threshold by almost two-thirds. He told supporters ... Read More

International Observers Raise Concerns Over Cancellation of Zanzibar Polls

Henry Solomon- November 2, 2015

The International Election Observer groups in Tanzania comprising the Commonwealth, European Union, African Union and the Southern African Development Community has expressed concern at the ... Read More