Gadiosa Lamtey, The Citizen Tanzania

Gadiosa Lamtey

The Citizen Tanzania

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Recent articles by Gadiosa:

Research on Poverty Alleviation ranked 11 out of 612 think tanks

Dar es Salaam. Research on Poverty Alleviation (Repoa) has been ranked number 11 out of 612 listed think tanks in Sub Saharan Africa, The Citizen has learnt. Repoa won the recognition during the launching of the 2019 Global Go to Think Tank report at the University of Pennsylvania. → Read More

Exports of goods, services soared 15pc last year: BoT

Dar es Salaam. Exports of goods and services rose by 15. 8 percent from $8.3 billion to $9.712 billion during the year ending December 2019, the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) monthly economic review for January 2020 shows. → Read More

Locally financed development expenditure up 53.6pc

Dar es Salaam. Development expenditure financed through locally sourced funds increased by 53.6 per cent to Sh758.3 billion during the year ending December 2019 from Sh493 billion recorded the previous year, according to the Bank of Tanzania (BoT). → Read More

Tales of Tanzanians living China over Corona virus outbreak

Dar es Salaam. Mr Gustav Sanga, a PhD student studying in China says most public places are closed in Xi’an, a province far from Wuhan-the source of the Corona Virus outbreak, as emergency measures to control the outbreak continue. → Read More

Tackling pneumonia could avert almost 9 million child deaths

Dar es Salaam. Tanzanian children, today, stand a better chance of surviving past their fifth birthday than ever before. Addressing malnutrition, air pollution and lack of access to vaccines and → Read More

Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange profit plunges after historic sale

Dar es Salaam. The net profit for the self-listed Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE Plc) dropped by over three times during the fourth quarter of 2019 compared to the preceding quarter, the company’s financial statement shows. → Read More

Tanzania President John Magufuli warry of opposition challenge

he national chairman of the CCM ruling party, President John Magufuli, has today on January 24, 2020 cautioned his party not to relax, saying the current opposition is not like that of the past. → Read More

President John Magufuli sacks Home Affairs minister Lugola over

Dar es Salaam. President John Magufuli has on Thursday, January 23, fired the minister for Home Affairs, Kangi Lugola, for entering into a contract worth over Sh1 trillion (Euro408 million) without involving the Ministry of Finance or the Planning and Parliament. → Read More

UBA courts entrepreneurs to apply for $5,000 seed capital

The 2020 episode of an entrepreneurship development programme by Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) opened last month, with UBA Tanzania courting Tanzanian entrepreneurs to take the project seriously. → Read More

Thousands of phone subscribers locked out

The Tanzania Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA) said disconnection of unregistered Sim cards may take up to two weeks as hundreds of subscribers are already feeling the pinch of being locked out of mobile phone services. → Read More

TCRA insists 300, 0000 subscribers with National IDs must

The Tanzania Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has said on Tuesday, January 21, 318,950 mobile phone subscribers who registered their lines before the start of the exercise should start the process afresh. → Read More

Anxiety as D-day for SIM card listing nears

Stories of despair and last minute struggle have dominated as the D-day approaches tomorrow for mobile phone users whose SIM-cards haven’t been registered biometrically. → Read More

And here comes Tanzania’s newest billionaire

At 35 years, Andron Mendes has become Tanzania’s latest billionaire with a big dream to change the lives of millions of people in Africa. → 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

Endangered beauty of Rufiji Delta

For years now, a number of tourists from around the world have been flocking to Nyamisati Village, Kibiti District in Coast Region to enjoy a sight of water birds migrating from different countries. → Read More

Digital inclusion key towards achieving SDGs says Huawei Vice

The government, business leaders and civil society need to work together towards digital inclusion as it's highly relevant to attaining some of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) such as health, education and gender equality. → Read More

Huawei Director pushes for digital investment in Africa

Policy makers and business leaders in Sub Saharan Africa must take advantage of the growing digital space to promote socio-economic well-being by investing in fourth generation of mobile network (4G) and Long Term Evolution (LTE). → Read More

This’ why betting cannot be a daily source of income

Sports betting in Tanzania have in the last couple of years become a favourite pastime for many young people, some for the fun of it and others for the mouthwatering gains that they are likely to accrue. → Read More

Government told to sort out the medium of instruction in schools

Education stakeholders on Thursday, September 19, 2019, raised concerns over the use of English language as a means of instruction in schools across the country. → Read More