Tanzania

Teacher And Trader Who Lure School Girls To Guest House For S*x Arrested (See Photos)

A secondary school teacher and a trader who normally lure secondary school girls to a guest house for s*x, have been apprehended by police operatives in Migori County area of Tanzania. They were arrested during their last escapade with the girls. It was learnt that the police, acting on tip-off from members of the public, picked up the two on Tuesday morning from a guest house at...

Bill Gates to Spend Over $300m in Tanzania in 2017

Bill Gates has said his foundation plans to spend more than $300 million in Tanzania this year on public health and poverty reduction programs. In an interview with Reuters, the billionaire said aid was now being spent “in a smarter way” in some parts of the world. “Some countries have made good progress in the reduction of childhood deaths and reduction in poverty, with Tanzania being...

Groom Boycotts His Own Wedding, Blames His Action On Devil

A man left his bride and other guests at his wedding ceremony in shock after he failed to show up for the exchange of marital vows in church. Speaking with Amani Newspaper in Tanzania, the groom identified as Samuel John Mwakalobo, said that he did not make his way to church to exchange wedding vows with his fiancée, Given Michael Mgaya, because the devil made him...

Woman Goes Mad After Sleeping With A Tanzanian Businessman

Zambian and Tanzanian nationals got an eyeful recently after a beautiful big girl ran mad and and began walking on the streets totally naked with her  handbag held. It is said that the girl suddenly became mad after leaving a Hotel known as Tunduma where she had spent the afternoon with a well known Tanzanian businessman. Narrating the story on Facebook, someone wrote: “A very unfortunate incident!...

Tanzania civil servants’ social media ban

Government workers in Tanzania have been banned from using social media and chat apps during work hours. Transport and communication ministry officials have been warned that "gossiping" on social media will lead to dismissal. It is not clear how the ban will be enforced amidst increasing social media popularity. The minister told the BBC that social media use was interfering with Tanzania's development. Makame Mbarawa addressed his department...

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