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May, 2017

  • 21 May

    Tanzania: Tourism Sector to Benefit From Chinese Visit – allAfrica.com – AllAfrica.com

    Tanzania: Tourism Sector to Benefit From Chinese Visit - allAfrica.comAllAfrica.comA DELEGATION of 100 Chinese including eight celebrities is in the country to visit various tourist destinations, among them Selous Game Reserve, Lake Eyasi, ...and more »

  • 21 May

    Tanzania to ban donkey slaughtering – News Ghana

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    News GhanaTanzania to ban donkey slaughteringNews GhanaTanzania is set to ban slaughtering of donkey effective from July in an effort to restore the number of the domesticated animals that are threatened by the high demand for its meat. Charles Tizeba, Tanzania's Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, and ...Tanzania: Govt Removes 108 Levies From Farmers, Herders ...AllAfrica.

  • 21 May

    Tanzania: Legislators in Isles Decry Deteriorating Image

    MEMBERS of the House of Representatives have called upon Zanzibar's government to impose severe penalties to people engaging in various crimes so as to restore the good image of the isles. Contributing to the budget estimates for the Ministry of State, President's Office, Constitution, Legal Affairs, Public Service and Good Governance amounting to 35bn/- for 2017/2018 financial year, the representatives said it is high time for the government to review

  • 21 May

    EAC agrees to wait for clarifications on EU trade deal

    Leaders of the East African Community on Saturday agreed not to force member states to sign the EAC- European Union Economic Partnership Agreement . A communique issued at the end of the 18th ordinary summit of the EAC in Tanzania's commercial capital Dar es Salaam said the leaders noted that the remaining EAC member states that have not signed the EPA trade deal were not in a position to do so pending clarification of issues they have identified in the deal.

  • 21 May

    Tanzania-Malawi Lake Dispute Grows

    [East African] The dispute between Malawi and Tanzania over ownership of Lake Nyasa is turning into a fully fledged diplomatic row, with Lilongwe now threatening to go to The Hague.

  • 21 May

    Legislators in Isles Decry Deteriorating Image

    [Daily News] Zanzibar -MEMBERS of the House of Representatives have called upon Zanzibar's government to impose severe penalties to people engaging in various crimes so as to restore the good image of the isles.

  • 20 May

    Tanzania: Tourism Sector to Benefit From Chinese Visit – AllAfrica.com

    Tanzania: Tourism Sector to Benefit From Chinese VisitAllAfrica.comDuring their visit, the delegation will take video films and photos which will be broadcasted on China based television Anhui which has more than 500 viewers so that more Chinese and other people across the world can be aware of what Tanzanian is ...and more »

  • 20 May

    Tanzania: Mega Oil Pipeline Projects to Spur Economic Growth – AllAfrica.com

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    AllAfrica.comTanzania: Mega Oil Pipeline Projects to Spur Economic GrowthAllAfrica.comDodoma — THE government, yesterday, announced plans to set up three mega oil-pipelines connecting the seaports of Tanga and Dar es Salaam to upcountry regions and neighbouring countries partly to reduce fuel prices and spur economic growth.and more »

  • 20 May

    Climate-resistant coral found in northern Mozambique

    Researchers have found that some coral reefs in northern Mozambique and the Quirimbas Islands have an environment that resists climate change . However, the reefs are being overfished due to low compliance with fisheries law, killing the fish that help protect the reefs.

  • 20 May

    Tanzania: Capital Development Authority ‘Outlived Its Purpose’

    Former Speaker of the National Assembly, Pius Msekwa has joined an array of patrons supporting dissolution of the Capital Development Authority , stressing that the purpose for its establishment in 1973 had long gone. "CDA was formed to serve its purpose at that time.

  • 20 May

    Rukwa Residents Cautioned Over Ebola Outbreak

    [Daily News] REGIONAL authorities in Rukwa and Katavi regions have allayed fear over the outbreak of Ebola reported in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), insisting that so far there are no reported cases in the country.

  • 20 May

    Mega Oil Pipeline Projects to Spur Economic Growth

    [Daily News] Dodoma -THE government, yesterday, announced plans to set up three mega oil-pipelines connecting the seaports of Tanga and Dar es Salaam to upcountry regions and neighbouring countries partly to reduce fuel prices and spur economic growth.

  • 20 May

    East African leaders press EU to lift Burundi sanctions – Independent

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    IndependentEast African leaders press EU to lift Burundi sanctionsIndependentDar es Salaam, Tanzania | AFP | The presidents of Tanzania and Uganda called Saturday on the EU to lift sanctions on Burundi, but a diplomatic for the European bloc dismissed the appeal. The joint plea, by Yoweri Museveni and John Magufuli came at a ...and more »

  • 19 May

    Tanzania freezes assets of anti-graft official – The Standard

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    The StandardTanzania freezes assets of anti-graft officialThe StandardTanzania's anti-graft watchdog said it had frozen the assets of its chief accountant and planned to charge him with corruption, part of an aggressive anti-graft drive in which thousands of officials have already lost their jobs. The state-run ...

  • 19 May

    Malawi to sue Tanzania | The Herald – The Herald

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    The HeraldMalawi to sue Tanzania | The HeraldThe HeraldLILONGWE. – Malawi is planning to take its dispute with Tanzania over Lake Malawi, with its potentially massive reserves of oil and gas, to the International ...Malawi to sue TanzaniaBulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)all 5 news articles »

  • 19 May

    Tanzanian woman worked in mine disguised as a man

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  • 19 May

    Southern Africa: UN agencies, Mozambique host first-ever forum to…

    A two-day regional forum on preventing and combating human trafficking and protecting people with albinism in Mozambique, Malawi and Tanzania is currently underway in Pemba, northern Mozambique. The first-of-its-kind workshop was organized by the UN International Organization for Migration in partnership with the UN Children's Fund

  • 19 May

    Spate of Mysterious Murders of Public Leaders Rocks Kibiti

    [Daily News] A wave of killings has gripped Kibiti District in Coast Region after a retired ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Muyui Village Chairman becomes the latest victim on Wednesday night.

  • 19 May

    Woes Continues for Fired Govt Workers With Fake Certificates

    [Daily News] Coming to terms with losing a job just receding among recent axed civil servants, the Higher Education Students' Loans Board (HESLB) has also come knocking.

  • 18 May

    Tanzania: IMF – How Tanzania Can Attain Vision 2025 – allAfrica.com – AllAfrica.com

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    AllAfrica.comTanzania: IMF - How Tanzania Can Attain Vision 2025 - allAfrica.comAllAfrica.comThe Deputy Director of the International Monetary Fund, Mr Tao Zhang, yesterday detailed how Tanzania can achieve its long desired goal of becoming a ...Tanzania freezes assets of anti-corruption official, plans chargesThe Star, Kenyaall 4 news articles »