|Headquarters||Dar es Salaam|
|The Look Company Limited|
Miss Tanzania started in the 1967 and the participants for the most part were from Dar es Salaam, the winners were however not sent to compete internationally. In 1968, the government banned beauty contests in the country after advice from the ruling political party's youth league citing it was not consistent with Tanzanian culture.
In 1994 when beauty contests were allowed, the country had its first Miss Tanzania who competed in the Miss World.
- : Declared as Winner
- : Ended as runner-up or top 5/6 qualification
- : Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
- : Ended as special awards winner
- The winner of Miss Tanzania represents her country at the Miss World. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) a runner-up is sent.
|Year||Miss Tanzania||Placement at Miss World||Special Awards|
|2022||Juliana Rugumisa||Did not compete|
|Due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, no pageants in 2020 and 2021|
|2018||Queen Elizabeth Makune||Unplaced|
|2016||Diana Edward Lukumai||Unplaced|
|2013||Brigitte Alfred Lyimo||Unplaced||
|2010||Genevieve Emmanuel Mpangala||Unplaced|
|2005||Nancy Sumari||Top 6|
|Did not compete between 1968—1993|
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- "Halima Kopwe aibuka Miss Tanzania 2022".
- "Challenge Winners Announced!". Archived from the original on 2013-09-30. Retrieved 2013-09-27.