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Tanzania suspends leading newspaper over currency report
Tanzania suspends leading newspaper over currency report
Tanzania has suspended a leading newspaper and its website for a week accusing it of falsely reporting currency exchange rates.
No, Africa doesn’t need more strongmen
No, Africa doesn’t need more strongmen
The evidence is conclusive: over and over again, democrats trump dictators
Shot 16 times, but still defiant
Shot 16 times, but still defiant
Tundu Lissu is a Tanzanian MP and a member of Chadema, the main opposition party. In September 2017, two gunmen attacked him outside his house...
Burundi to shut UN rights office: sources
Burundi to shut UN rights office: sources
The Burundi government has ordered the United Nations Human Rights Council to shut...
Tanzania suffers peril of populism
Tanzania suffers peril of populism
Tanzanian President John Magufuli is one of the most divisive leaders in Africa. People tend to either love his dynamic leadership and campaign...
Basic education is failing the economy
Basic education is failing the economy
The desire and expectation of any parent, society or government is that children should receive a good education to enhance their personal...
EU to review its financial support for Tanzania over human rights concerns
EU to review its financial support for Tanzania over human rights concerns
On Thursday, the 28-member European Union said it was reviewing its financial support to Tanzania. "The EU and its member states are concerned...
Sanef concerned by Sisulu’s ‘defence’ of Tanzanian authorities
Sanef concerned by Sisulu’s ‘defence’ of Tanzanian authorities
The South African National Editors Forum (Sanef) is concerned by International Relations Minister Lindiwe Sisulu’s ‘defence’ of what it calls...
Dirco urges journalists to carry correct travel documentation
Dirco urges journalists to carry correct travel documentation
International Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has urged journalists to carry the correct documentation.
Editorial: Journalism under attack in Africa
Editorial: Journalism under attack in Africa
The former Mail & Guardian editor, Angela Quintal, and Muthoki Mumo, formerly of Kenya’s Daily Nation, were detained overnight...
Fear grips Tanzania’s queer people
Fear grips Tanzania’s queer people
For a little over a week he has had to live in hiding. Speaking to the Mail & Guardian from his two-bedroom house outside Dar es Salaam...

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