President John Magufuli yesterday told off the people whom he said were benefitting from keeping refugees in Tanzania and urged the refugees—particularly those from Burundi—to voluntarily return to their home country.
Erick Kabendera’s lawyer Jebra Kambole yesterday told Kisutu Resident Magistrate Court that his client has written to the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) on how to settle the economic sabotage crimes facing the freelance journalist.
President John Magufuli on Friday, October 11, blocked plans by the Tanzania National Parks Authority (Tanapa) to kill the hippos in Katavi Region, instead he advised the authorities to find alternatives to conserve the animals.
Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation minister Prof Palamagamba Kabudi yesterday wade into the presidential term limit debate, saying the government will not allow any attempt to alter constitutional arrangements on head of state’s office term.
Tanzania’s minister of foreign affairs and East African Cooperation Prof Palamagamba Kabudi has today September 10, said that although the country has lost Mwalimu Julius Nyerere 20 years ago, the founding father still lives among Tanzanians.
Tanzania will start producing industrial sugar in the coming 21 months, the sector’s regulator has said - thus bringing hope to consumers of the product that they will finally source the product locally.