Magufuli adds weight to war on drugs - The Herald

DAR ES SALAAM. – President John Magufuli yesterday added weight on the crackdown on narcotics, directing the national security and defence forces to apprehend all suspects irrespective of their status.“Nobody should be spared in this war against ...

Tanzania: Chinese Mega Investors Set for Tanzania - AllAfrica.com

Dar es Salaam — Tanzania expects nearly 1,000 Chinese extra-large investors promising to invest in a special economic zone including textile, manufacturing, fishing, mining and agriculture across the board following mutual bilateral relations between ...

East Africa: Dar es Salaam Port Can Convert Tanzania Into Trade Hub - AllAfrica.com

The Port of Dar es Salaam is the principal port serving Tanzania and the port is one of three ocean ports in the country and handles over 90% of the country's cargo traffic. Dar es Salaam — Tanzania should open up its Dar es Salaam port to trudge ...

Tanzanian security forces told to target drug traffickers - defenceWeb

Clamp down on drug traffickers - Tanzania president President John Magufuli told Tanzania's security forces on Monday to crack down on the drugs trade and said no one should be spared even if they are top politicians or their relatives. Magufuli ...

Wema Sepetu arrested over drug trafficking suspicion - SDE Entertainment News (satire) (press release) (blog)

Tanzanian Central Police boss Paul Makonda has come out guns blazing to fight drug use and abuse in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He has released the names of the suspects who are now being hunted as others are already in custody. Among the big names ...

Tanzania orders 'gay men' to report to police - Nehanda Radio

Tanzania's deputy health minister Hamis Kingwangala has ordered three men who he accuses of being gay to report to police for questioning – or risk arrest, reports the BBC's Sammy Awami from the main city Dar es Salaam. Hamis Kingwangala. He said the ...

Tanzania: Defence Forces On Call to Embrace Industrial Economy - AllAfrica.com

Defence and security organs were yesterday told to embrace the government championed industrial economy, through setting up of factories to add value to locally produced raw materials. "Why should we import uniforms for members of the armed forces and ...

Tanzania: SRG Construction Means Big Business to Local Firms - AllAfrica.com

Construction of the first 300-kilometre stretch of the standard gauge railway between Dar es Salaam and Morogoro begins from next month to mark the beginning of one of the major infrastructure projects under the second Five-Year Development Plan ...

Tanzania: President Backs Makonda - AllAfrica.com

Dar es Salaam — President John Magufuli yesterday said he supports the anti-narcotics crackdown declared by the Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner, Mr Paul Makonda. He ordered security organs to arrest and press charges against individuals ...

Tanzania: Investigate Dar RC, President Told - AllAfrica.com

Dodoma — Geita Rural MP (CCM) Mr Joseph Msukuma yesterday said President John Pombe Magufuli should investigate Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner (RC) Paul Makonda over his relationship with suspected drug kingpins in the country.

Tanzania: Local Govt Leaders Given Ultimatum On Narcotics Trade - AllAfrica.com

Dar es Salaam — Local government leaders in the region have been given ten days to submit names of drug addicts and peddlers to the relevant organs. The order was issued by Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner Paul Makonda during a joint press ...

Tanzania: Top Tanzanian Celebrities Linked to Drug Trafficking - AllAfrica.com

Tanzanian police over the weekend questioned top celebrities suspected of drug trafficking and drug abuse in an ongoing crackdown on anti-narcotics trade. The celebrities appeared at the central police in Dar es Salaam for questioning after being named ...

Tanzania: Turkish, Portuguese Firms Win Bid to Construct Tanzania's SGR - AllAfrica.com

A joint venture between a Turkish and a Portuguese firm has won a tender for construction of 205 kilometres of Tanzania's standard gauge railway, part of the 1,216km stretch that will eventually link Dar es Salaam with the rest of the country as well ...

Tanzania: Mabeyo Sworn in As Chief of Defence Forces - AllAfrica.com

Dar es Salaam — President John Magufuli has sworn in General Venance Mabeyo as the new Chief of Defence Forces (CDF) at the State House in Dar es Salaam today. General Mabeyo was appointed last week to replace General Davis Mwamunyange ...

Magufuli tells security forces to target drug traffickers - The Star, Kenya

President John Magufuli told Tanzania's security forces on Monday to crack down on the drugs trade and said no one should be spared, even if they are top politicians or their relatives. Magufuli, nicknamed "The Bulldozer" for the way he pushes through ...

Tanzania to build a 2561 km railway network in 30 months - The Exchange (press release) (blog)

Tanzania struck a multibillion deal with a consortium of Turkish and Portuguese companies so build a standard gauge railway line. The deal believed to be worth $1.215 billion was signed betwixt the East African country and the companies, as part of the ...

Tanzania: Magufuli Adds Weight to War On Drugs - AllAfrica.com

President John Magufuli yesterday added weight on the crackdown on narcotics, directing the national security and defence forces to apprehend all suspects irrespective of their status. "Nobody should be spared in this war against illicit drugs; no ...

Dar es Salaam port can convert Tanzania into trade hub - East African Business Week

The Port of Dar es Salaam is the principal port serving Tanzania and the port is one of three ocean ports in the country and handles over 90% of the country's cargo traffic. DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA - Tanzania should open up its Dar es Salaam port to ...

Chinese mega investors set for Tanzania - East African Business Week

The Chinese business community in Dar es Salaam pledged to work closer with the fifth phase government under Dr. John Pombe Magufuli to foster social and economic development of Tanzania. DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA - Tanzania expects nearly ...