If you are like most people, you experienced a day where you worked tirelessly yet accomplished less than you did on a shorter shift. There…
VOICES were being heard late last week warning that a nationwide revolt or stoppage of commerce is being risked unless the government does away with…View More Turmoil with Banking Technology
STAKEHOLDERS have finally signed an accord to enable the clearing of goods at the port of Dar es Salaam to continue for 24 hours daily,…View More Problems with the Port of Dar es Salaam
PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete put up a surprisingly candid performance in an international conference on illegal wildlife trade that took place in London towards the end…View More The Problem of Poaching
DEBATE has gripped energy and media circles as Swala Energy, fancy named oil and gas exploration firm based in Australia and operating in Tanzania with…View More Are Holding Companies Good for Business?
FOLLOWING the publication of results of last year’s National Form IV examinations and a supposedly higher level of passing, while the Ministry of Education and…View More Are Education Levels Rising?
DISPUTES are being heard outside the chamber of the Constitutional Assembly whose work is proving to be more of a strain on nerves than most…View More The Uses of Political Compromise
REPORTS have been heard from Urambo district in Tabora region that the councillors assembly has moved a by-law to fine parents up to 300,000 shillings for truancy…View More Truancy a Mounting Problem for Schools
TANZANIANS are playing with fire in the banking industry, as each passing day it is being underlined that they cannot be trusted with money, if…View More Turmoil in the Banking Industry
There is enough research to show massive capital drain from Africa and that Africa is a net creditor to Europe and North America. Without an…View More The Currency Crisis in Africa
Tanzania was the headquarters for revolutionaries from Africa and around the world in the early 1960s. Revolutionaries like Sam Nujoma, Oliver Tambo, Samora Machel, Robert…View More Malcolm X and Tanzania