Tanzania news

  • Kilimanjaro Mama to be screened again in Killarney 19 Nov 2019 21:12 Louise Quill working with children in the Tir na nÓg orphanage in Tanzania A GRIPPING documentary charting the story of a remarkable Kerry woman who has transformed the lives of orphaned and abandoned children in Tanzania is to be screened again in …
  • School produces county's 4 stars 19 Nov 2019 21:11 Kerugoya Good Shepherd’s Academy teachers celebrate candidates who excelled in this year’s KCPE examinations. [Jacinta Mutura, Standard] It was song and dance as the Kerugoya's Good Shepherd’s Academy fraternity celebrated excellent performance in this …
  • Tanzanian President Magufuli says Chinese loan are for sad people 19 Nov 2019 20:51 DODOMA-(MaraviPost)-Tanzanian President John, Pombe Magufuli has opposed a KSh 1 trillion loan from a Chinese company over tough conditions imposed on them by the investor. In 2013, Tanzania signed a framework agreement with China Merchants Holdings …
  • Men Shunning HIV,AIDS Treatment-Circle Of Hope 19 Nov 2019 20:44 Circle Of Hope(COH)  Executive Director Gibstar Makangila says in comparative terms, the rate of HIV and AIDS treatment in Zambia   is higher for women than men who have continued to be resistant. This, Mr Makangila said,  is an obstacle  to the fight  …
  • The Cross Pollination of East Africa's Armed Groups - The Jamestown Foundation 19 Nov 2019 19:42 East Africa and its peripheral countries, particularly the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), are experiencing an evolution of their security landscapes as jihadist ideologies continue to creep into domestic conflicts. On the surface, many of the …
  • Study abroad directors detail upcoming programs 19 Nov 2019 18:47 Study abroad students learn how to make authentic paella in Seville, Spain. (Katelyn McClain) Students from BYU travel all over the world to experience different cultures and learn in different environments. Whether for their major or for fun, students can …
  • Starlets demolish Djibouti 12-0 to enter semifinals 19 Nov 2019 18:32 Harambee Starlets celebrate their victory during Olympic Qualifiers match against Black Queens of Ghana at Kasarani on Tuesday Oct 8, 2019. [Jonah Onyango, Standard] National women’s football team Harambee Starlets have joined champions Tanzania in the …
  • How Tanzania plans to increase the production of its largest export cash crop. 19 Nov 2019 18:30 The Tanzanian government intends to raise coffee production from 66,646 tonnes to 100,000 tonnes in the next four years by assigning more lands solely for the germination of coffee beans. About 10,000 hectares of land have been set aside for both small and …
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Market Share, Opportunities, Historical Analysis, Development Status, Business Growth and Regional Forecast To 2025 19 Nov 2019 17:46 Nov 19, 2019 (AmericaNewsHour) -- The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Market study now available at MarketStudyReport.com, is a detailed sketch of the business sphere in terms of current and future trends driving the profit matrix. The report also indicates …
  • Can carbon offsets tackle airlines’ emissions problem? 19 Nov 2019 16:57 Global carbon emissions from the aviation industry are growing faster than expected, and pose a serious risk to the world’s climate efforts if left to grow unchecked. The rise of flygskam, or “flight-shame”, has spurred airlines and travel companies to …
  • What if All That Flying Is Good for the Planet? 19 Nov 2019 16:51 A growing movement known as “flight shame” and popularized by well-meaning climate activists is gaining momentum around the world. Its premise: Flying is bad for the climate, so if you care about life on Earth, don’t fly. The movement, which began in …
  • Zimbabwe: Southern Africa Season 2019-20 (November 2019) 19 Nov 2019 16:30 Highlights • Until early November, the current rainfall season has been characterized by much drier than average conditions, leading to delays in the onset of the agricultural season. From mid November, rainfall has improved significantly and these …
  • UNDER THE SKIN Update on the global crisis for donkeys and the people who depend on them. 19 Nov 2019 15:58 Donkeys face population collapse due to skin trade Donkey populations collapsing in some countries across Africa, South America and Asia Millions of donkeys killed by traders for their skins to be used in traditional Chinese medicine Pregnant mares, foals …
  • Update on Operations and Discussions with Orca 19 Nov 2019 15:56 OYSTERBAY, Tanzania, Nov. 19, 2019 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) -- Summary -- Positive results from the Songo Songo field production announced by Orca in its third quarter report; -- Swala has made significant advances in addressing the earlier announced …
  • Taifa Stars to attack from the word go 19 Nov 2019 15:45 By Edo Kumwembe news@thecitizen.co.tzTunis. As the clock ticks down to the second Afcon qualifiers Group J clash between Libya and Tanzania’s Taifa Stars the message from the head coach is ‘attack’ Taifa Stars’ head coach Etienne Ndayiragije is looking to …
  • Tanzanian President Says Chinese Loans Can Only Be Accepted By Mad People. 19 Nov 2019 15:44 Tanzania President John Pombe MagufuliNews Agents|Tanzania President John Pombe Magufuli has opposed a KSh 1 trillion loan from a Chinese company over tough conditions imposed on them by the investor. In 2013, Tanzania signed a framework agreement with …
  • 2021 Africa Cup of Nations: Ethiopia shock Ivory Coast 19 Nov 2019 15:43 Ethiopian coach Abraham Mebratu led Yemen to its first ever Asian Cup finalsEthiopia under the guidance of local coach Abraham Mebratu, caused an upset in 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying with a 2-1 win over visiting Ivory Coast. Also on Tuesday …
  • Harambee Starlets thrash Djibouti to storm Cecafa semis 19 Nov 2019 14:37 Harambee Starlets on Tuesday sailed into the semi-finals of the ongoing Council of East and Central African Football Association (Cecafa) Women Championship after an impressive 12-0 win over Djibouti in their second Group B match in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania …
  • Joe Muganda to exit Vivo Energy Kenya 19 Nov 2019 13:27 By JAMES ANYANZWA More by this Author Pan-African fuel retailer Vivo Energy has announced the exit of Joe Muganda as the managing director of its Kenyan business effective November 30, 2019. Mr. Muganda has been at the helm of Vivo Energy Kenya for barely …
  • Negative health outcomes of teenage pregnancy 19 Nov 2019 12:52 By John Namkwahe @johnteck jnamkwahe@tz.nationmedia.comComing from a poor family Amaya Kikole*, a resident of Sekei in Arusha, this year was forced to drop out of school after she got pregnant at the age of 13. Her mother who is brokenhearted to see her …
  • The pre form one debate that refuses to end 19 Nov 2019 12:52 By Salome GregoryIt has been a long journey of education that kept a pupil at pre and primary school for about ten years. Soon after their graduation even before the National examination results are out majority of primary schools enroll pupils for Pre …
  • International Men’s Day: Five Kenyan sportsmen to celebrate 19 Nov 2019 12:40 Today is International Men's Day [Courtesy] It’s the International Men’s Day. A day is marked to reflect on the contributions of men to the society in all aspects. These contributions include but not limited to, men working with women to jointly to …
  • EAC manufacturing not ready for industrial revolution, experts say 19 Nov 2019 12:09 The East African Community (EAC) is not ready for the fourth industrial revolution even as the wave sweeps across the world. This is according to experts who spoke at an industrial conference at the EAC Secretariat in Arusha this week organised by the …
  • The Kimberley Process: Israel’s multi-billion dollar blood diamond laundry  19 Nov 2019 12:04 Last week there was a callous, brutal attack on a sleeping family in their home in Gaza which killed a husband and wife, blowing their shredded bodies across a street; the ensuing bombardment killed 34 people including a family of eight. That this was all …
  • Southern Africa drought to persist through March, FEWS NET says 19 Nov 2019 11:59 Southern Africa faces further drought through March as land preparation and planting of summer crops gets underway, even after most parts of the region received near-normal rainfall through early November, according to the Famine Early Warning Systems …