- Njombe and Shinyala regions are the most affected by the shortage - The two regions have a combined population of two million people - Tanzania's deputy Health Minister acknowledged the shortage saying it was occasioned by change in procurement policy - The government is determined to provide free condoms for all and phase out private suppliers A section of Tanzanians are at a high risk of contracting Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) following an acute shortage of condoms.
Tanzania: A conviction for having "carnal knowledge of any person against the order of nature" can lead to 30 years' jail or more.
By THE CITIZEN Tanzania has now backtracked on its decision to ban sugar importation, a week after freezing the issuance of permits.
In East Africa, Tanzania and Uganda have also banned advertising of herbal drugs.
By The Citizen Two populous regions in Tanzania have been hit by condom shortage raising fears of a possible increase in number of sexually transmitted infections.
Tanzania’s deputy Health Minister Faustine Ndugulile said the government was aware that Njombe and Shinyala regions have been affected.
A month after lifting the ban on sugar exports, Tanzania has again imposed another ban, this time putting a stop on the issuance of permits.
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(2018) “Give me their names … My ad hoc team will begin to get their hands on them next Monday.” – Paul Makonda, governor of Tanzania’s economic capital Dar es Salam, at the launch of an anti-gay crackdown in which urged reporters to identify homosexuals (2018) “There is this love-hate relationship from the Muslim community.
The report shows that Kenyan businesses are now spending less time in filing taxes than their counterparts in Uganda, Tanzania, South Sudan and Burundi.