Two dead, 10 missing as gunmen attack FRSC personnel in Nasarawa, Bank loans to real estate operators hit BN666.73 and more
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Oil Deregulation will help avert negative consequences- Buhari, Guinness gains on NSE and more
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Opinion: Tanzania's media law muzzles free speech
A new law in Tanzania has placed strict controls on cooperation between local and international media outlets. The change enforces the government view that any differing opinion should be punished, says Mohammed Khelef.
Tanzania announces new, tough rules for foreign press
Under a new law, reporters in Tanzania will face stricter controls and media outlets would need permission to broadcast foreign content. DW has warned against "a worrying trend towards restrictions on press freedom."
Tanzania opposition figure returns home from exile to challenge president
He was riddled with bullets before seeking exile in Beligum, but a political giant from Tanzania has now returned home. Tundu Lissu wants to run for president. But first, a new outbreak of violence in Darfur has killed more than 60 people, according to the UN. Sudan's prime minister says troops will be sent to the conflict-stricken region. And in DR Congo, the currency has lost 15 percent of its value in the past three months. The knock-on effect on ordinary Congolese is often severe, as our correpondents report.
Wildebeest migrate from Serengeti to Kenya's Masai Mara
Thousands of wildebeest cross from Tanzania's Serengeti into the Masai Mara Nature Reserve in Kenya. This year, only a few animal watchers are there to witness the yearly migration as international tourism is still shut down in the coronavirus pandemic.
Tanzanian miner becomes millionaire after 14kg gemstone find
A miner in Tanzania has become a millionaire after finding the biggest tanzanite gemstones in history. ... Saniniu Lazer discovered the two dark violet-blue gemstones in one of the mines near his home. He sold the gems to the country's government for an enormous £2.4m.
Coronavirus Pandemic : Tanzania lifts flight restrictions and quarantines
Tanzania has lifted flight restrictions and quarantine for travellers from abroad in an effort to revive tourism. We’ll being you more on this from our regional correspondent. Also, a key suspect in the Rwandan Genocide was arrested in France and brought to a Paris court on Tuesday. Félicien Kabuga had been a fugitive for 25 years before being caught. Finally, Human Rights Watch has accused DR Congo of using excessive force against the separatist religious group Bundu dia Kongo. At least 55 people were killed in a crackdown in April but the rights organisation says the number is much higher.
FG considers treating COVID-19 patients at home, Joe Biden denies sexual assault allegation and more
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Twenty killed in Tanzanian church stampede
Twenty people in Tanzania were trampled to death at an open-air evangelical Christian church service in the north of the country, officials said on Sunday.