The Britain Tanzania Society produces the highly regarded bulletin Tanzanian Affairs, which is sent free of charge to members. It is published three times a year, in January, May and September.

TA ISSUE 138

Find the latest issue (May 2024) on the Britain Tanzanian Society website https://www.britaintanzaniasociety.co.uk/member-zone/ (membership required). The issue will be uploaded to this site in September to join the searchable archive. [...]

TA ISSUE 137

Power Games within CCM Deadly floods and landslide in Katesh Tanzania’s National Vision 2050 Maasai activist wins award Reviews [...]

POLITICS

by Ben Taylor Power games within CCM continue as 2025 approaches It has long been the case in Tanzanian politics that power struggles within the ruling party, CCM, have had [...]

MAASAI ACTIVIST WINS AWARD

by Ben Taylor Joseph Moses Oleshangay, a Tanzanian lawyer and activist campaigning for the rights of the Maasai people, has been awarded the 2023 Weimar Human Rights Prize. In accepting [...]

DEADLY FLOODS IN HANANG

by Ben Taylor Deadly floods and landslides in Katesh Early December 2023 saw extreme weather northern Tanzania that caused devastation in the small town of Katesh, in Hanang District, Manyara [...]

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