TZ Keen to Produce Vaccines

President Samia Suluhu Hassan has reaffirmed the government's commitment to establish local vaccine manufacturing factories. The President made the remarks when she held talks with the former United Kingdom…

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FYDP III Implementation: Judiciary Focuses on Equitable Development

As the Third Five-Year National Development Plan gets underway, the Judiciary of Tanzania cherishes its tremendous achievements in promoting access to justice and rule of law in the past five years. The Chief Court…

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President Samia Meets Former Prime Minister, Tony Blair

The President of the United Republic of Tanzania Her Excellency Ms. Samia Suluhu Hassan, addressing the Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, the Right Honorable Tony Blair on visit at the State House…

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COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives in TZ…Government Emphasizes it’s Voluntary

The first batch of COVID-19 vaccines has arrived in Tanzania as Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa insisted yesterday that it is administered voluntarily. "The vaccine is already in the country and citizens who want…

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Constitution Debate: Why Prioritizing Economy Crucial

Pundits have played down an ongoing campaign on a new constitution, supporting the sixth-phase government's priority to stabilize the country's economy. They are of the view that the Head of State shouldn't…

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Govt Eyes Efficient Cargo Handling

The Government has planned to procure modern facilities that will reduce the time for unloading cargoes at the country's ports, Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has said. This is part of the ongoing efforts…

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Joy as UNESCO Retains Selous Status

Tanzania has vowed to cooperate with global conservation agencies in retaining the status of the mighty Selous Game Reserve as a World Heritage Site. This comes after the United Nations Educational, Scientific…

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FYDP Implementation: Land sector, pillar of economic growth

The Development Vision 2025 outlines Tanzania's development aspirations, with the land sector playing a central role. It is envisaged that by 2025, Tanzania will have transformed into a middle-income country,…

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