Tanzanian authorities have made it illegal for the mainstream media to broadcast a song by Diamond Platnumz and Zuchu, but are the artists resenting the decision? The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) banned the blockbuster song Mtasubiri, which is three minutes fifty-four seconds long because the content offended some religious denominations.
A few hours after the announcement of new packages prices, the Government of Tanzania has announced a moratorium on the use of such packages until further notice.
On Tuesday, celebrated Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz was over the moon when President Magufuli rewarded him. Diamond offered an electrifying show during Magufuli's political event in Mwanza that left the CCM presidential candidate impressed. A happy Magufuli rewarded Diamond with his hat cap, which was perceived to be a special gift by the singer. Diamond has since included the special hat among his many awards and prizes he has won since he started music. However, the singer has this Friday suffered a
The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority has ordered social and mainstream media from playing Zuchu and Diamond Plutnumz's song titled "matasubiri", the video which is among the tracks from Diamond's latest Extended Playlist titled First Of All garnered more than ten million views on youtube since it was published.
Diamond and Zuchu are Tanzanian singers and song writers. Diamond platnumz owns Wasafi record label where he has signed Zuchu and other performing artists like Rayvanny and Mbosso who are doing so well in the music industry. Diamond and Zuchu has produced various songs that sold well such as ‘Cheche’ and ‘Litawachoma’ and currently their new song ‘Mtasubiri’ that has been trending all along since it was released..
A few days after Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) suspended Diamond Platnumz's Wasafi Media for at least six months, the singer's house has bee put on sale. Earlier this week, Celebrated Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz's suffered a huge investment blow TCRA suspended Wasafi TV after it aired content said to be against Tanzania's ethics and norms. Bongo Flavor singer Giggy Money was the reason why Diamond had to suffer dearly after the female singer stepped stage with controversial costumes.
The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority has barred social and mainstream media from airing Zuchu and Diamond Plutnumz's song "matasubiri," which has received over ten million views on YouTube since its release. TCRA claimed in a statement that it received a letter from the Tanzania National Arts Council asking them to halt public performances and dissemination of the film.
Tanzanians have now been warned against spreading fake news concerning the novel coronavirus pandemic in their country and in a press release the Tanzania Communication Regulatory Body (TCRA) has warned its citizens against spreading an unconfirmed information about the state of the Covid 19 in the country and the body gave out a number and an email so that residents can report those spreading fake news and information about coronavirus in the country that has been declared free from the novel respiratory disease
The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has monitored the 'Refresh' program aired on WASAFI television for three months for misuse of social media content. Giving the verdict on Friday in Dar es Salaam, TCRA Content Committee Chairman Habbi Gunze said the content was aired by Wasafi Media via its YouTube and television network, which featured interviews between renowned artist Zuhura Othman 'Zuchu' and presenter Aaliyah Mohamed who is in charge of the said tv program.
Just a day after Magufuli's government, The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) came after Diamond Platnumz's business, Wasafi TV Diamond has spoken for the very first time and he raised serious concerns on troubles he gets after helping people. CEO of WCB Wasafi, Wasafi TV and Wasafi FM, Diamond Platnumz took to his Instagram page to share the above screenshot from the video he posted showing him addressing boda boda riders after he gave them free fuel and later on helped a needy woman as he
Diamond Platinumz is a Tanzanian singer who is known for her good music and for always trying to move bongo music to another level. On Tuesday 8th of September, the Bongo Star gathered a lot of audience in support of Chama Cha Mapinduzi in a campaign to give their candidate another five years of leadership. Diamond did this wholeheartedly and was even gifted a hat by president Maghufuli. He was happy and went ahead to declare that the gift was very special to him and to his fellow youths who are dreaming for
Celebrated Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz has found himself on the limelight again after the government moved in to sanitize the media and its content. The government of Tanzania through the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has this Friday breathed fire over explicit content being aired on media houses in the country. Swahili Times reports that one radio show has been banned for airing content that promotes masturbation among its listeners. TCRA has banned 'Jahazi' show that airs on Clouds
Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority(TCRA) has on Friday banned the song 'Mtasubiri' by singer Diamond and Zuchu from all broadcasting channels. According to TCRA the song contains some disrespectful scenes to the church choir. The song was released about a month ago and had bagged more than ten million viewers on YouTube.
Ever since Diamond Platnumz started his own media company, Wasafi Media, the numbers of the media fans has been on the rise. Wasafi is the number one media in Tanzania many people following what the media has to offer. Wasafi media consists of Wasafi Fm and Wasafi Tv. Unfortunately, Wasafi Fm was shutdown by Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA). They were shutdown as a punishment of not following the regulations set by the authority. Wasafi Media CEO Diamond Platnumz took the punishment as an
The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has shut down Wasafi TV for six months from January 06 to June 2021 for violating broadcasting regulations. Diamond Platnumz the owner of wasafi media The decision came after the television station aired live broadcasts of the 'Tumewasha' concert and featured the country's most popular musician known as Gigy Money who had indecent cloths. This is the second time that the country's telecommunications authority has shut down the station, in September
Electronic payments firm Pesapal has been accredited by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) as a payments solutions provider, while in Tanzania, it has received a service licence. The fintech corporation asserts the regulatory approvals will enable it to offer e-commerce services seamlessly as it accelerates innovation in digital payments.
After seven days suspension, Wasafi FM fans now have something to smile about. This is after it was announced that they will be going back On Air. According to the Wasafi Media CEO, Diamond Platnumz, the station will be opened and go back on Air. But because it's presenters are all not available, they will be playing Non-stop music for the whole weekend until Monday. Wasafi FM was suspended because of violation of rules and regulations by the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority. The two programs that
The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) is a semi autonomous Government body answerable for controlling the Communications and Broadcasting areas in Tanzania. It was set up under the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Act No.12 of 2003 to control the electronic correspondences, and Postal administrations, and the executives of the public recurrence range in the United Republic of Tanzania. The Authority got operational on first November 2003 and successfully assumed control over the elements
The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has reviewed the restrictions it imposed on Wasafi TV, a station owned by renowned pop singer Nasseb Abdul Juma, aka Diamond Platnumz. In a statement, the regulatory authority declared that on February 28, 2021, Wasafi TV's six-month ban on 'violating broadcast regulations' will be lifted. TCRA reviewed its previous decision to ban Wasafi TV and thus reduced the ban. TCRA continued to remind Wasafi that failure to comply with the conditions of reinstatement,
The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has reduced Wasafi TV's six-month ban and allowed it to continue broadcasting from February 28, 2021. On January 5, 2021, Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority decided to ban the television for six months for violating regulations of electronic and Postal communications. A statement issued yesterday Wednesday, February 4, 2021 by TCRA director-general James Kilaba stated three conditions for the television, including continuing to serve the sentence