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[Daily News] AT least 67 girl students were impregnated in Biharamulo and Ngara districts during the Covid- 19 pandemic.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -- The government expressed its optimism yesterday after a global endorsement of Tanzania as a destination that has implemented safety measures and precautions against Covid-19.
[East African] Tanzania and Uganda have decided to brave the threat of the Covid-19 pandemic to hold general elections. Both countries are decidedly headed to polls scheduled for October this year and January 2021 respectively.
[Daily News] AMREF Tanzania and the Municipality of Madrid in Spain have launched a project to improve sanitation for low-income commercial people in Mwanza, by providing Mwanza city with four tricycles worth 30m/-.
[Daily News] BANANA is an important staple food in East and Central Africa providing significant sources of income to farmers in rural areas but they are under threat of pest and diseases that cause yield loss.
[Daily News] THE Bank of Tanzania (BoT) has said the credit extended to the private sector is projected to remain high in 2020/21 fiscal year despite the challenging environment caused by Covid-19.
[Citizen] On the night of May 11, Evelyn Namulondo placed what was a routine call to Ismail, her usual boda boda service provider to confirm the departure time for the next morning. They were to leave at around 6am, 30 minutes before the previously 7pm to 6.30 am government imposed curfew.
[Daily News] THE government has slightly modified the Travel Advisory in efforts to limit the spread of Covid-19 in the country
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -- The government reviewed its advisory on international travel on Wednesday, August 05, 2020 in a deliberate move to accommodate additional measures aimed at curbing the spread of the novel coronavirus from other countries.
[Citizen] The motorcycle taxi navigates the rocky path that leads to Victoria Primary School in Malimbe Mwanza, after some minutes we are there and my fixer and I are welcomed to the school by a security guard who was manning the gate. Inside, children are playing being the third day since schools reopened...
[Nation] Hotels, tented camps and travel agents have significantly lowered prices amid the Covid-19 pandemic, causing a gush of local tourists to the Maasai Mara Game Reserve.
[Daily News] The government efforts aimed at putting enabling business operating landscape has made the banking industry remain sound and stable despite challenges posed by coronavirus pandemic.
[Daily News] AN international non-governmental organization, Building Resources Across Communities (BRAC), has urged the government to maintain handwashing practice as a compulsory part of the regulations in schools to protect children from various infectious diseases, apart from Covid-19.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -- Most of Tanzania's top banks defied the Covid-19 pandemic to report higher net profits in the second quarter that was truly hit by the pandemic which disrupted economic activities across the world.
[Citizen] Arusha -- Optimism was high on Saturday as one of the leading hotels in Arusha opened after a four-month closure due to Covid-19 outbreak.
[Citizen] Arusha -- Kenya and Tanzania moved yesterday to calm mounting anxiety over a standoff on each other's airspace use apparently arising from the management of the coronavirus pandemic.
[East African] Is it possible to find a sweet spot between politics and the Covid-19 Pandemic? That is a pertinent question as Tanzania and Uganda pick the baton of East Africa's staggered election calendar. Tanzania is scheduled to hold its presidential polls on October 28. Uganda will follow, with...