Why the government has to confront a long standing challenge of providing clean and safe water to the majority of Tanzanians.

Access clean and safe water is still a challenge in rural and urban areas.

Access clean and safe water is still a challenge in rural and urban areas. By Orton Kiishweko I travelled to over 7 regions of this country recently and one of the most imposing success as you move hundreds of kilometres, is the modern roads connecting scores of regions.Its admirable.But the story is different with regard to access to clean water. Despite More...

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By TR On Tuesday, March 29th, 2016
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How partnerships doubled farmers’ produce in Mbeya region

TR Reporter, Mbeya Dennis Mwanjelwa learnt of Mtenda Kyela Rice Supply market only a year ago but could not be any happier today. With the new season starting later in June, Mwanjelwa is already counting his luck. More...

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By TR On Tuesday, March 29th, 2016
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Some farmers threatening the already water stressed Ruaha Basin

By Orton Kiishweko Some farmers in the Rufiji basin in Tanzania are increasingly stressing the Ruaha basin, an important area of 30 districts where 70 percent of the country’s hydro and a significant amount of More...

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By TR On Tuesday, March 29th, 2016
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Consumer protection vital in the process of growing financial inclusion

By Orton Kiishweko, AMEFA So far, official statistics show that some 62 percent of adults are covered with mobile money services across the country. This makes mobile money a significant contributor to formal access More...

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By TR On Friday, March 11th, 2016
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Tanzania’s Exim Bank acquires Imperial Bank Uganda

Uganda’s Central Bank has sold 58.6 per cent shares in Imperial Bank Uganda Limited to Tanzania’s Exim Bank in a landmark transaction expected to accelerate dissolution procedures being pursued against Imperial’s More...