Gadiosa Lamtey, The Citizen Tanzania

Gadiosa Lamtey

The Citizen Tanzania

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More needed to be done to industrialize Sadc member states

The Secretariat of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) has admitted that member states are still far from attaining their goal of achieving industrial economies by at least 20 per cent by 2020. → Read More

Heads of States continue to arrive in Dar es Salaam for the SADC

Three heads of states from Angola, Zambia and Seychelles have already arrived today Friday for the Southern African Development Community (Sadc), 39th heads of state summit scheduled for August 17 and 18 in Dar es Salaam. → Read More

Air Tanzania in talks with British govt over Dar-London flights

Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) yesterday began initial talks with the United Kingdom as it makes bold moves to resume direct Dar es Salaam-London flights. → Read More

Banks’ profits jump as forex trade income rises sharply

Dar es Salaam. Major commercial banks registered a healthy increase in profits in the first half of 2019 during which lenders focused on the foreign exchange trade as an important source of income. → Read More

Thousands attend free screening services

Dar es Salaam. As part of activities to mark the World Hepatitis Day, the country’s major hospitals have been offering free screening services across the country. → Read More

Mosquito larva killing products get markets

Major buyers of Kibaha-based firm’s products are local govt authorities → Read More

Air Tanzania launches flights to South Africa

Air Tanzania Corporation Limited (ATCL) today launched its maiden flight to Johannesburg South Africa flying the newly acquired Airbus 220-300 aircraft. → Read More

Clearing agents in bid to stop govt move

Dar es Salaam. The association of clearing and forwarding agents has dispatched an eight-member lobby team to Dodoma as it seeks to reverse a government plan that will see importers clearing their → Read More

Tira boss elected Vice President of African insurance

Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority (Tira) director general Dr Baghayo Saqware has been elected Vice President for African body for Insurance Supervisors (AAISA) which is the umbrella body for insurance regulatory authorities in Africa. → Read More

How to tackle child sexual abuse

Last month our sister paper, Mwananchi, carried a story of a man in Geita District, who allegedly raped his four-year-old daughter. → Read More

Tanzania: Cases of child rights violation rise to over 6,300

Incidents of violence against children in the country increased to 6,376 last year (2018) compared to the previous year, says a new report by the Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC). → Read More

Experts list crop export snags

Researchers have outlined measures the country needs to take to increase the production and export of key cash crops. → Read More

Tanzania Government studying ruling on DEDs

The government is studying the ruling by the High Court that declared unconstitutional electoral laws that give municipal, town and district executive directors (DEDs) powers to supervise elections on behalf of the National Electoral Commission (NEC) before deciding what to do next. → Read More

Be humble, Bishop Shoo tells leaders

The head of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania (ELCT), Dr Bishop Fredrick Shoo, yesterday sent a strong message to people of authority in the country during which he also reconciled politicians with opposing views at the funeral of former IPP Group executive chairman Reginald Mengi in Moshi. → Read More

Tanzania: Mwapachu delivers touching eulogy at Mengi funeral

Dar es Salaam. The death of Tanzanian dollar millionaire and executive chairman of IPP Group of Companies, Mr Reginald Mengi, has touched millions of Tanzanians and a veteran diplomat, Ambassador Juma Mwapachu, is one of them. → Read More

Business leaders pay tribute to Mengi

Business leaders have said Reginald Mengi was an inspirational leader whose path to business success was extraordinary. → Read More

Tanga Cement dashes dividend hopes despite profit growth

High demands for cement for construction of industries and infrastructure turned into opportunities for Tanga Cement Plc, after the group’s gross profit improved by 91 per cent last year compared to the previous year. → Read More

Maker inks deal with army unit over charcoal

Local briquettes charcoal maker, Tractors Ltd, has secured a deal with an army battalion based at Lugalo Barracks of the Tanzania People’s Defence Force (TPDF) whereby the latter supply the product in all the battalions in the city. → Read More

Coffee production forecast to drop by 23pc over poor rains

Coffee production is projected to decline by 23.7 per cent in the 2019/20 season on delayed rainfall in northern regions. → Read More

Taskforce proposes policy on charcoal

A government taskforce has proposed that a charcoal policy be drawn up to formalise the business. → Read More