With the Internet users increasing in Tanzania at a current count of twenty-seven (27) million, as time goes on the same applies to the increase of online Gender-Based violence (GBV) in Tanzania as well as our neighbouring countries (Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda) whom we collaborated in conducting several Online Gender-Based Violence through the Women At […]
As time goes on, we have more people using the internet day by day even in a country like Tanzania where we are yet to reach the bigger population to have access to the internet. There is a variety of pushing or pulling dynamics that play a part in forces that act as motivation for […]
It is now illegal to post “rumours” or messages that “ridicule, abuse or harm the reputation, prestige or status of the United Republic of Tanzania” on social media platforms such as WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
Local broadcasting stations that air international content will see the going tough as the communications regulator amends its regulations to compel them to seek its approval before airing such materials.
The COVID19 pandemic will evidently prolong with apparent lasting devastating effect on the economy and public services. We have applied policy steps to address the mode of operation and service provision to clients.