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TANZANIA’S INCREASE OF FUEL PRICE: CAPITALISM TO BE BLAMED

Recent increase of fuel prices in Tanzania has brought further hash and a worse economic situation motivating more trend of 3.8 percent in inflation (in April 2022) in almost everything including fares for commuter buses within the cities and long-distance buses and rising prices of vital goods leading to rise cost of living and economic difficulties especially among the majority, the ordinary poor people.
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WE DEMAND JUSTICE FOR DETAINEES NOT CUNNING PROMISES THAT ARE NEVER FULFILLED!

The Judiciary has again failed our three brothers: Ust. Ramadhan Moshi Kakoso (45), Waziri Mkaliaganda (37) and Omar Salum Bumbo (55), members of Hizb ut Tahrir / Tanzania who were kidnapped, falsely accused with ‘terrorism’ and held in detention for four and a half years under the pretext of ‘Investigation is underway,’ devoid of their basic rights such as family visitation and requiring outside supply of decent meals.
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Tanzania 60 Years of Independence Still with Power and Water Rationing

December 9th would be the anniversary day of Tanganyika / Tanzania Independence granted by Britain in 1961 whereas earlier it was under German colonization before its defeat in World War I. In spite of so-called independence, Tanzania is still facing many challenges such as the current one of power and water rationing both caused by various reasons including the impact of drought from climate change.
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Hizb ut Tahrir / Tanzania Visits Pakistan High Commission Demanding End of Forced Disappearance of Naveed Butt

29 June 2021, Hizb ut Tahrir / Tanzania sent a delegation headed by Masoud Msellem, Media Representative of Hizb ut Tahrir / Tanzania, accompanied with Said Bitomwa, member of Media Office to Pakistan High Commission at Dar es-Salaam to deliver Hizb ut Tahrir’s official statement entitled: “A Call to End the Forced Disappearance of Naveed Butt in Pakistan” that demands the immediate release of the arbitrarily and criminally abducted engineer, Naveed Butt 
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BUDGET IN DEMOCRACY IS ABURDEN TO POOR AND WEAK

On June 6, 2021 East African Finance ministers tabled their national budgets in their parliaments for the fiscal year 2021/22. In Tanzania’s context, the government plans to collect and spend a total of Tsh36.32 trillion ($15.59 billion), as its budget was tabled by the new Minister of Finance and Planning, Dr Mwigulu Nchemba. As usual, the budget came with many pains on squeezing taxes, fees, levies and empty slogans, such…
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