Gadiosa Lamtey, The Citizen Tanzania

Gadiosa Lamtey

The Citizen Tanzania

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Huawei donates ICT lab to Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology

Technologies company, Huawei Tanzania has donated laboratory to the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT) with the aim of sparking innovative minds in Tanzania and to improve the Information Communication Technology (ICT) sector. → Read More

ACT-Wazalendo wades into health insurance debate

Opposition party ACT-Wazalendo has criticised the government over newly launched National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) schemes alleging that it sought to exploit people through provision of basic services, hence calling it to halt their implementation. → Read More

Tanzania to attend symposium on climate change

Dar es Salaam. Tanzania will attend a 12-day global UN-sponsored symposium that starts on December 2 in Madrid, Spain that will discuss threats and hazards the earth faces as a result of climate change. The meeting is organised under the umbrella of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). → Read More

Mistrusts delaying exploration of oil, natural gas

Mistrusts among major players in oil and natural gas are delaying further exploration and development of the sector, experts said yesterday, calling upon a national dialogue to find solution to the challenge. → Read More

Huawei stresses the continued relevancy of 4G/LTE Networks in

Dar es Salaam. Huawei’s Vice President in charge of Southern Africa David Chen has to today outlined the importance of investing in 4G/LTE networks, saying it is still important for operators in → Read More

CRDB Bank secures now green finance accreditation

CRDB Bank Plc, has been accredited by the United Nations Green Climate Fund (GCF) as the financial intermediary for the implementation of green financing in Tanzania. → Read More

Huawei’s latest technology to bring high-speed internet in

Dar es Salaam. Tanzania is set to become one of the African countries with high speed internet after tech giants Huawei released its Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) broadband whitepaper that aims at increasing the number of internet users in the country. → Read More

Tanzania: 'Maladies Caused By Tobacco Alarming'

Health experts from Tanzania's two leading health institutions yesterday warned of pertinent cases of patients who report to the facilities with menacing diseases linked to tobacco consumption as they joined anti-tobacco campaigners who are calling on the government to enact a tougher law against tobacco use. → Read More

‘Maladies caused by tobacco alarming’

Dar es Salaam. Health experts from Tanzania’s two leading health institutions yesterday warned of pertinent cases of patients who report to the facilities with menacing diseases linked to tobacco consumption as they joined anti-tobacco campaigners who are calling on the government to enact a tougher law against tobacco use. → Read More

What civic polls controversy portends for 2020

Opposition parties and analysts have argued that if the trends observed during preparations towards civic polls--to be held later this month--would pass unaddressed, then they would set a dangerous precedent ahead of 2020 general election. → Read More

Fingers crossed for Masha over fresh Fastjet licence

Fastjet executive chairman Laurence Masha says he is keeping his fingers crossed over a fresh application to have the low-cost carrier ‘Fastkjet’ back in Tanzanian skies. → Read More

Develop youth startup policy, Tanzania government told

Dar es Salaam. For Tanzania to curb the unemployment crisis among the youth, it should introduce a Youth Startup Policy to enable young people open up new businesses with ease, said a private business umbrella organization Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF). → Read More

Why Tanzania needs a youth start up policy: TPSF

For Tanzania to curb the unemployment crisis among youth, it should introduce a Youth Startup Policyto enable young people open up new businesses with ease, said a private business advocacy organization Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF). → Read More

Why sisal is the new ‘green gold’ among farmers in parched

Shinyanga. The introduction of sisal farming has brought new hope among farmers in Kishapu District, Shinyanga Region, a semi-arid area affected by climate change. → Read More

President Magufuli: I’ve finally moved to Dodoma

Dar es Salaam. President John Magufuli yesterday announced that he has finally shifted his presidential base from Dar es Salaam to Dodoma. → Read More

Facebook expands its third-party fact-checking programme in

Facebook has launched its third-party fact-checking programme in Sub Saharan Africa which intends to help assess the accuracy and quality of news people find on Facebook, whilst reducing the spread of misinformation on its platform. → Read More

Toughen flogging law: Magufuli

President John Magufuli yesterday suggested law amendments that would give greater powers to teachers to flog students. → Read More

Dar es Salaam floods cost metro Sh230bn last year

Flooding by rains in Tanzania’s commercial capital Dar es Salaam last year killed some 17 people and caused damage to infrastructure estimated at $100 million, the World Bank said yesterday. → Read More

What Kenya CBA-NIC merger means for banking in Tanzania

Dar es Salaam. The Fair Competition Commission (FCC) plans a meeting on Thursday over the proposed merger between two Kenya-based commercial banks-- Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) and NIC Group Plc (NIC) both of which have subsidiaries in Tanzania. → Read More

Be warned: no national ID, no job in government

If you are planning to secure a government job, then you must make sure that you hold a national identification card (ID). → Read More