- Police arrest 37 people following the burning of churches in Kagera;
- UNHCR and government relocate Burundian refugees from Nyarugusu to Nduta camps, Kigoma;
- UN calls for coordinated action to tackle upsurge in attacks against persons with albinism;
- Chinese national and two Tanzanians charged with smuggling approx. 1.9 tonnes of ivory;
- Fifty-four people have died from cholera outbreak since August;
- North Eastern, Central and Lake Victoria zone forecast to be more affected by El Nino rains.
- Heightened political tensions ahead of Oct 25 elections;
- UKAWA challenges government order against people remaining at polling centres after voting;
- NEC releases final list of registered votes;
- Police investigate alleged Biometric Voter Registration machines intercepted in Dar es Salaam;
- Election forecast and results schedule;
- Three people charged for social media postings under the Cyber Crime Act 2015;
- Bagamoyo Port construction begins;
- Tanzania signs MOU with Uganda and Total E&P Uganda to assess feasibility of an oil pipeline.