Tanzania President John Magufuli has appealed to China to forgive some debt incurred by the East African nation.
Human Right Watch (HRW) says at least eight Burundian refugees have been forcibly returned to their home country while many more have faced human right violations including arbitrary detention, forced disappearance and torture.
Tanzania President John Magufuli has secured a second term in power after winning a landslide victory in the country’s latest presidential election.
Tanzania President John Magufuli was sworn in for the second time on Thursday after his contested landslide election win last month.
Authorities in Tanzania on Saturday said a fire on Africa’s largest mountain, Kilimanjaro, was under control.
A huge fire raging on the slopes of Africa’s largest mountain may have been sparked by a fire lit by to warm food for tourists climbing the peak.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) warns that authorities in Tanzania are stepping up repression of opposition parties, nongovernmental organizations, and the media in the build-up to presidential elections later this year.
Tanzania has approved 15 candidates for the country’s upcoming presidential election who will compete against current leader John Magufuil.
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.