It’s been more than two weeks since Tanzanians last saw President John Magufuli.
“He is a regular church-goer, he is regular on TV, even on social media,” says the BBC’s Athuman Mtulya in Dar es Salaam.
“But since that day [27 February], he’s not been seen.”
Opposition politicians have suggested that he’s in a serious condition, after supposedly contracting Covid-19.
Mr Magufuli has for months downplayed the impact of coronavirus on his country.
But several members of his government have said the president’s “in good health”.
They’ve also described allegations of his supposed illness as “rumours”.
And yet, there’s still no actual sign of the president: no photos, interviews, or public appearances.
So, what do we actually know about the president’s whereabouts?
In Other News: Male prisoner and female guard s.e.x tape go viral – Video
The Department of Correctional Services said it was embarrassed after a video was circulated online showing a female officer engaging in s_exual intercourse with an inmate.
“A video with flustering scenes of alleged s_exual activity between an official and an inmate at the Ncome Correctional Centre, KwaZulu-Natal Region, has left the Department of Correctional Services appalled, embarrassed and gutted,” departmental spokesman Singabakho Nxumalo said in a statement. “S_exual activities between inmates and correctional officials are shameful incidents that can never be ascribed to what is expected of our officials.” Watch the video here