John Namkwahe, The Citizen Tanzania

John Namkwahe

The Citizen Tanzania

Tanzania, United Republic of

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  • The Citizen Tanzania
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  • allAfrica.com
  • Daily Monitor

Recent articles by John:

Tanzania government receives over Sh1billon for Covid-19 fight

Financial institutions and other private companies yesterday donated up to Sh1.2 billion to the government to aid its efforts against the Covid-19 pandemic. → Read More

Muhimbili to perform kidney transplants without relying on

Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) on Thursday, March 12, 2020, announced that with effect from April , its locally trained specialists will be performing kidney transplants, saying the hospital will no longer rely on external expertise to conduct the procedure. → Read More

Tanzanians in Italy cautioned as the European country hit by

Dar es Salaam. Tanzanian Embassy to Italy on Tuesday, February 25, 2020, alerted Tanzanians living in Italy to take precautions against deadly Coronavirus, as new infections and deaths were reported in the European country. → Read More

Vodacom Tanzania to compensate customers affected by internet

Dar es Salaam. Vodacom Tanzania said on Monday, February 24, 2020, it will compensate its data customers who were affected by yesterday’s internet service outage and those who bought bundles to be reimbursed accordingly. → Read More

Tanzania: Vodacom internet service down

Vodacom internet service has been down since earlier hours of Sunday, February 23, 2020, causing irksome frustrations among its data consumers across the country → Read More

Little known health risks lurking at nail salons

Four women were seated on a couch waiting for their turns to get their nails done inlcuding Halima Fredy, 31, at a Makumbusho-based nails salon to get manicure--a cosmetic treatment of the hands involving shaping and often painting of the nails, removal of the cuticles and softening of the skin. → Read More

Tigo Pesa service restored after two days of irksome disruptions

Tigo’s mobile money platform-Tigo Pesa was restored on Saturday, February 15, 2020, after it encountered problems since Friday, causing frustrations among its 7.8 million subscribers. → Read More

Tanzania: Government Hires 3 Planes to Combat Locusts

The government said it has hired three spray planes in preparation to possible invasion of desert locusts which have plagued Eastern Africa in recent weeks. → Read More

Tanzania Government hires 3 planes to combat locusts

Dar es Salaam. The government said it has hired three spray planes in preparation to possible invasion of desert locusts which have plagued Eastern Africa in recent weeks. → Read More

Tanzania drug bursting body arrests two for possessing 500grams

Dar es Salaam. The Drug Control and Enforcement Authority (DCEA) is holding two people for possessing 508.163 grams of heroin. → Read More

Warning: The scary truth about your child's face paint

It seems like face painting has become a popular fun activity found at every corner of a mall or at a child’s birthday party where the painter neatly places a booklet for children to choose which design they want painted on their face. → Read More

ACT Wazalendo leader Zitto Kabwe: This is what I told World Bank

Dar es Salaam. The ACT Wazalendo leader Mr Zitto Kabwe yesterday publicly shared a letter he wrote to ask the World Bank to ask the lender to withhold Sh1.15 trillion education loan to Tanzania. → Read More

Two more grilled on Romania contract

Dar es Salaam/Dodoma. Anti corruption officials yesterday questioned the deputy Home Affairs minister Hamad Masauni and deputy permanent secretary in the ministry Ramadhani Kailima over their alleged involvement in a Sh1trillion fire and rescue equipment procurement deal signed in Romania. → Read More

Tanzania: We'll Hold Free, Fair 2020 General Election

President John Magufuli yesterday assured that 2020 general election will be peaceful, free, fair and transparent, saying the government will also allow international agencies and observers to come and monitor the polls procedure. → Read More

Magufuli: we’ll hold free and fair 2020 polls

President John Magufuli yesterday assured that 2020 general election will be peaceful, free, fair and transparent, saying the government will also allow international agencies and observers to come and monitor the polls procedure. → Read More

Tanzania: Ministries join forces to combat illegal trafficking

Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism is set to hold talks with the Ministry of Home Affairs to discuss ways to combat illegal trafficking of charcoal along high ways. → Read More

Cancer: early diagnosis is crucial to enhanced health

In spite of the emergence of cancer as a serious public health issue, Tanzania has only two cancer hospitals: Ocean Road Cancer Institute in Dar es Salaam as the main cancer hospital, and the Bugando → Read More

Tall order for the new Tanzania Ports Authority board

Dar es Salaam. Works, Transport and Communications minister Isack Kamwelwe has challenged the newly inaugurated Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) Board of Directors to ensure they push up organisation’s revenues. → Read More

Ex-IPTL lawyer joined in Sethi case

A lawyer, who defended infamous Independent Power Tanzania Limited (IPTL) in the Escrow scandal case, Joseph Makandege, was yesterday charged with unbailable economic sabotage offences. → Read More

Ex-IPTL lawyer joined in Seth case

A lawyer, who defended infamous Independent Power Tanzania Limited (IPTL) in the Escrow scandal case, Joseph Makandege, was yesterday charged with unbailable economic sabotage offences. → Read More