President Magufuli, jaar 2: vooruitgang in Tanzania

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WEEK 44 2016

Tanzania2Prosperity Year 2; Week 1

In the news about the miraculous way to prosperity in Tanzania

 

Nov 9th

2016

Democracy: Tanzania President John Magufuli has denied criticism that his regime is “suppressing democracy” for the sake of developing the country’s economy.

http://eastafricamonitor.com/tanzania-president-denies-suppressing-democracy/

Nov 5th

2016

One year Magufuli: Magufuli’ s hard-line approach to governmental reform is dividing opinion. It is too early to see how his economic and political policies will impact Tanzania in the long-term. Tanzania’s economy should be watched with anticipation. If Magufuli is able to navigate the tricky political waters, Tanzania stands to experience a dramatic escalation in economic growth.

http://globalriskinsights.com/2016/11/a-year-on-magufulis-reforms-and-tanzanias-economic-outlook/

Nov 15th

2016

Human rights: Tanzania's current legal framework has failed to address women's rights and gender equality due to the prolonged and continued existence of forced child marriages, killings of elderly women, female genital mutilation and limited access to reproductive health services. Is the proposed new constitution likely to do a better job at protecting and promoting women's rights in Tanzania?  The proposed new constitution can present a way forward on advancing women's rights. While it is not an all-inclusive solution, it spurs and supports debate of how women's rights could be legally protected.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201611160049.html (SouthAfricanInstitute InternationalAffairs)

Nov 15th

2016

Economics: Tanzania has put in place new regulations that make it mandatory for mining companies holding special mining licences to offload at least 30 per cent of their shares at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201611150757.html (The East African)

Nov 17th

2016

Banking: Commercial banks in Tanzania have recorded poor performance caused by reduced liquidity and bad debts. President John Magufuli has now directed the central bank to stop supporting under-performing lenders, including Twiga Bancorp, which is state-owned, saying they pose a risk to the economy.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201611180193.html (East African)

Nov 18th

2016

Environment: The country’s northern Mwanza region authorities are strengthening security patrols against illegal fishing in Lake Victoria, the largest in Africa. Illegal fishing has hugely contributed to depletion of fish in the lake. People found using illegal fishing gear should be prosecuted in courts of law.

http://www.herald.co.zw/tanzania-orders-ban-on-illegal-fishing-in-lake-victoria/

Nov 18th

2016

Economics: The Tanzanian government has launched a one-stop shop to improve services for investors. The aim is to raise the country's position in global doing business ranking. The facility, by the Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC), has departments that deal with matters such as land, taxation and product standards. The goal is to shorten the time taken to register an organisation or venture from 14 days to three.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201611180670.html (East African)

 


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