“[T]his is an extraordinary time to be a woman. … [W]e shouldn’t downplay how far we’ve come. That would do a disservice to all those who spent their lives fighting for justice. At the same time, there’s still a lot of work we need to do to improve the prospects of women and girls here and around the world.”
ZANJournal works in Zanzibar and for Tanzanians, our members are individual journalists from print media such as: The Guardian, Nipashe, Zanzibar leo, Daily times, Majira, Zanzibar mail, The Citizen, Mwananchi, Mtanzania, Uhuru, Alasiri, PST, Daily News, Sunday News, MAELEZO, Tanzania Daima, The African, This Day, Sunday observer, Uwazi, Hoja, Annur, Business Times, ChangaMoto, Femina, Health focus, Magazine, and others from Electronics media(TVs and radio Stations and Blog/Website and Forums) are ZBC, BBC, ITV, TBC, Radio uhuru, Radio one, Radio free Africa, DTV/Channel ten, Clouds FM, Zenj FM, Chuchu FM, Coconut FM, Bahari FM, Spice FM, Wasafi FM, Radio Qur-an, Radio Upendo, and others wishing to join our organisation.