- Vol 55 No 13
- 27th June 2014
The government refused to give in to parliamentary demands for an answer about strange goings on at the power suppliers
- Vol 55 No 10
- 16th May 2014
Tanzania has sent home the North Koreans who were supposed to be restoring some of the Tanzanian People’s Defence Force’s Soviet-era military equipment following secret protests by the United States, we hear. The government has consistently de...
Some of the government's electricity supply deals – what Energy Minister Sospeter Muhongo called 'shoddy contracts that are a burden to Tanzanians' – are back in the news (AC Vol 53 No 13, New broom passed over). Under Independent Power Tanzan...
- Vol 55 No 6
- 21st March 2014
Progress, albeit hesitant, is being made on the vaunted gas economy and on the assembly that will oversee the new constitution
- Vol 55 No 4
- 21st February 2014
The President comes in for a storm of criticism over elephant and rhino poaching but the true picture is more complicated
- Vol 55 No 2
- 24th January 2014
With national elections due in 2015, the decks are being cleared for action amidst fierce rivalries for the CCM nomination
- Vol 54 No 24
- 22nd November 2013
Debate on how to address land conflicts and poverty in rural Tanzania is intensifying. Last year, the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition grew out of the Group of Eight meeting in May. Critics say the Alliance is more about providing access to un...
- Vol 54 No 23
- 15th November 2013
Political rows and bad laws are undermining the prospects for the billion dollar gas industry
- Vol 54 No 17
- 23rd August 2013
The World Bank and others are backing a farm subsidy scheme that keeps the governing party in power and boosts big commodity traders
- Vol 54 No 16
- 2nd August 2013
Washington and Seoul are discreetly putting pressure on Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete to end military cooperation with Pyongyang. Around 18 North Korean military technicians and army officers are believed to be at Dar es Salaam airport repairing the ...