Opposition groups in Tanzania have accused President John Magufuli of covering a major outbreak of Covid-19 in the country.
Tanzania President John Magufuli has called upon international creditors to write off debts owed by African nations to help them fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has accused Tanzania’s ruling party of threatening opposition leaders in the latest report from the organisation criticising the government’s attack on free speech.
Activists in Tanzania are calling for the World Bank to scrap plans for a $500 million loan to the country over human rights concerns.
Rights group Amnesty International has called upon authorities in Tanzania to release rights lawyer Tito Magoti.
There are four key elections taking place in East Africa this year: Burundi, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Somalia. Each of these countries faces its own unique set of political and security challenges that risk boiling over. Even if all four of
Police in Tanzania say they have arrested an activist who was reported as having been abducted by the rights group he works for.
Throughout 2019, Tanzania President John Magufuli has been accused of repressing political freedom and human rights in the country. This continues a worrying trend in Tanzania, following a string of measures in 2018 affecting the rights of political opposition, journalists,
Human Rights Watch (HRW) says Burundian refugees in Tanzania are being pressured into returning to their home country.
Amnesty International has criticised the government of Tanzania for withdrawing the right of individuals and NGOs in the country to file cases against it at the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights.