IT is with visible reluctance that Bibi George, played by Jamila Bakari,gave Bibi Rich, played by Tumaini Mwambasi, one of her twin babies, in the WaDamu stage play, at the National Museum and House of Culture in Dar es Salaam earlier this month. (Photo by Iman Mani)

Clothing plays crucial role to what is perceived

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 30, 2015
Fabian Akimana, (right) at a previous art exhibition. (Courtesy)

Akimana traces his art voyage in exhibition

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 29, 2015
Children receive soft drinks from the Deloitte team during visit.

It’s early Christmas for Nyamirambo needy children

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 17, 2015
Rukundo stands in front of his three art pieces. (All photos by Sarine Arslanian)

Meet Rukundo, the artist who visualises life through art

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 15, 2015
A group of Gashora Girls students, who attended the Christmas tree lighting ceremony, pose with their products.

Hotel des Mille Collines by Kempinski treats guests to Christmas tree lighting cocktail

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 12, 2015
Moses Turahirwa (right) in Umwitero at Diner en Blanc with a friend. (Courtesy)

‘Umwitero’ puts Turahirwa in fashion limelight

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 10, 2015
The Tanzania Film Federation (TAFF) President, Simon Mwakifwamba (first left) and other local artists help clean-up the area around the Askari Monument in Dar es Salaam as veteran Mandela Theatre Troupe leader, Bakari Kassim Mbelemba, a.k.a Mzee Jangala (in kitenge shirt)answers questions from a journalist. (Photo by Iman Mani)

Artists join hands to clean Dar

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 10, 2015
Seven dancers from the Muda Africa training centre in the Nafasi Arts Space in Mikocheni, Dar es Salaam, present a piece called “Kiti” (chair), at the National Museum and House of Culture in the City Centre, yesterday, as part of their opening of this year’s independence commemorations. (Photo by Iman Mani)

Uhuru marked with difference

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 9, 2015
Alexis Murenzi speaks to The New Times. (All photos by Emmanuel Ntirenganya)

Meet Murenzi, a poet with passion for culture

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 9, 2015
A scene in the play as it is staged to the community. (Courtesy)

Addressing plight of street children through drama

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 1, 2015
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80 Ugandan artisans to exhibit in Tanzania

In2EastAfrica ReporterNovember 26, 2015
Some visitors admire Turkish traditional food and goods during the annual baazar function organised by Diplomatic Spouses Group (DSG). (File photo)

Diplomatic Spouse Group hails annual bazaar, calls it a success

In2EastAfrica ReporterNovember 26, 2015
Nkurunziza poses for the camera with one of his art fans. (Joseph Oindo)

Nkurunziza’s ‘reconstruction’ art exhibition ends today

In2EastAfrica ReporterNovember 25, 2015
One of the Rwandan designers stands in front of her stall. (Sarine Arsalanian)

Rwandan designers showcase their products at ‘Origin Africa’

In2EastAfrica ReporterNovember 25, 2015
She dons Rwanda's traditional dress, the umushanana back stage.

Bagwire shines at Miss Heritage Global

In2EastAfrica ReporterNovember 19, 2015