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April, 2017

  • 25 April

    Tanzania: No More Cooking Gas Imports Via Tanzania in a Week … – AllAfrica.com

    Tanzania: No More Cooking Gas Imports Via Tanzania in a Week ...AllAfrica.comThe Ministry of Energy has banned imports of cooking gas through the Kenya-Tanzania border, raising the possibility of a shortage and surge in the price of the ...and more »

  • 25 April

    Tanzania expels local head of UN Development Programme – News24

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    News24Tanzania expels local head of UN Development ProgrammeNews24Dodoma - Tanzania's government has ordered the expulsion of thelocal head of the United Nations Development Programme in this East African country. Tanzania's foreign ministry said in a statement on Tuesday that Awa Dabo, a Gambian national, suffered ...Tanzania expels UNDP head Awa Dabo - BBC NewsBBC NewsTanzania expels UN rep after political meddling claimsAnadolu AgencyUNDP head in Tanzania expelled by the governmentafricanewsDaily Mailall 6 news articles »

  • 25 April

    Pests, flood threaten Tanzania’s bumper harvest

    There are possibilities of poor crop harvests in Tanzania at the end of this farming season due to the invasion of plant pests, mostly armyworms and Quelea Quelea, and floods in some parts of the east African nation. According to a statement issued on Tuesday by the Tanzania's Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, and Fisheries, the situation is likely to cause food deficit in the regions of Njombe, Tabora, Singida and Manyara

  • 25 April

    Tanzanian authorities warn against diverting water from Great Ruaha River

    Tanzanian authorities on Monday warned what they described as wealthy and politically well-connected individuals against diverting water from the Great Ruaha River, the lifeline of more than six million people. January Makamba, the east African nation's minister of state in the Vice-President's Office responsible for environment, told the National Assembly in Dodoma that the malpractice has greatly

  • 25 April

    Tanzania to Host 350 At Global Logistics Summit

    [Daily News] Tanzania is set to host a fourday Global Logistics Summit (23 -26 August, 2017) this year in Dar es Salaam, where President John Magufuli is expected to honour the inaugural event.

  • 25 April

    Magufuli Picks Prof Tihelwa New Head At Sokoine University of Agriculture

    [Daily News] President John Magufuli has appointed Prof Raphael Tihelwa Chibunda new Vice- Chancellor of the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), replacing Prof Gerald Monela who has completed his term of service.

  • 25 April

    Tanzania expels UNDP head Awa Dabo – The Star, Kenya

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    The Star, KenyaTanzania expels UNDP head Awa DaboThe Star, KenyaTanzania has expelled the head of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in the country, the foreign ministry has said in a statement. It blamed Awa Dabo, a Gambian national, for the "deteriorating performance" of her office, driven by what it ...Tanzania expels country head of UN Development ProgramWTOPTanzania expels local head of UN Development ProgrammeNews24UNDP head in Tanzania expelled by the governmentafricanewsAnadolu Agencyall 6 news articles »

  • 24 April

    Tanzania: Ex-Nirm Boss Speaks for First Time Since Her New Job At Who – AllAfrica.com

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    AllAfrica.comTanzania: Ex-Nirm Boss Speaks for First Time Since Her New Job At WhoAllAfrica.comI am aware that you have worked on Neglected Tropical Diseases for a long time in Tanzania but now, as new director in the Office of Africa Regional Director-WHO-Afro, what's your role in connection with this Geneva Summit on NTDs? Thank you. I am a ...and more »

  • 24 April

    Manchester grad takes skills back home to Tanzania – The Engineer

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    The EngineerManchester grad takes skills back home to TanzaniaThe EngineerUpon completion of the course, Ray returned to the Tanzanian capital of Dar es Salaam to assist with the development of the growing city's transport system. He is now managing the construction of Africa's first-ever bus rapid transit system, 'DART ...Tanzania: TPDC opens power distribution investment opportunities ...ESI AfricaThe Manchester graduate changing lives in TanzaniaThe University of Manchester (press release)Tanzania: Repaying U.S.$1 Billion Loan May Be Difficult, Govt Told ...AllAfrica.comCoastweek -D+C Development and Cooperation (press release) -SRJ Newsall 9 news articles »

  • 24 April

    Fish in Coconut Curry

    Tanzania sits at a crossroads in the spice trade routes from India. That's why Indian spices ended up in so many Tanzanian dishes like this fish curry.

  • 24 April

    Tanzania Family Style’ program at library Tuesday

    Rachel Sandhorst will share her family's exciting semester in Tanzania Tuesday, April 25, 7 p.m., at the Decorah Public Library. The Upper Iowa Audubon Society is hosting the program.

  • 24 April

    Stage Set for Hearing of High-Profile Drug Cases

    [Citizen] Moshi -Hearing of three cases of suspects nabbed with drugs at the Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) in 2013 and 2014 will take place at the High Court here this week.

  • 24 April

    Ex-Institute for Medical Research Boss Speaks for First Time Since Her New Job At WHO

    [Citizen] Geneva -Former Director General of the National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR), Dr Mwele Malecela, speaks exclusively to The Citizen's Health Reporter Syriacus Buguzi on the sidelines of last week's global summit on Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) thet took place here. Now working as director in the Office of Africa Regional Director at the World

  • 23 April

    Tanzania to display newly found human footprints in Museums – Coastweek

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    XinhuaTanzania to display newly found human footprints in MuseumsCoastweekARUSHA, Tanzania (Xinhua) -- Tanzania is set to start displaying the early human footprints, which were recently discovered at Laetoli area in Ngorongoro Conservation Area for public consumption, an archaeologist have said. Fidelis Masao, an ...Chinese firms praised for training Tanzanian workers, studentsXinhuaall 2 news articles »

  • 23 April

    Tanzania: Dar On ‘High Alert’ Over Terror Attack Claims – AllAfrica.com

    Tanzania: Dar On 'High Alert' Over Terror Attack ClaimsAllAfrica.comTanzania security organs are investigating reports that an international terrorist group is planning to attack the country. The Parliamentary Defence and Security Committee held a crisis meeting last week during which Speaker Job Ndugai told MPs that ...and more »

  • 23 April

    Tanzania: Dar On ‘High Alert’ Over Terror Attack Claims

    The Parliamentary Defence and Security Committee held a crisis meeting last week during which Speaker Job Ndugai told MPs that "all top security organs of the state are on high alert." The national security debate has emerged following the recent killings of eight policemen by gunmen who also vanished with weapons in Kibiti District.

  • 23 April

    Chinese firms praised for training Tanzanian workers, students

    Twenty-eight Tanzanians working as employees or interns at Chinese companies have praised the firms for helping them acquire more knowledge and skills. Speaking at a Labor Skill Contest Saturday for local staff working with Chinese companies and award ceremony for college internship programs at the University of Dar es Salaam, the 18 workers and 10 interns said working with the Chinese

  • 23 April

    Dar On ‘High Alert’ Over Terror Attack Claims

    [East African] Tanzania security organs are investigating reports that an international terrorist group is planning to attack the country.

  • 23 April

    Grief As Body of Tanzanian Legislator Who Died in UK Arrives

    [Daily News] Grief swept across the Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) yesterday when the body of the fallen Special Seats Member of Parliament (MP) on Chadema ticket, Dr Elly Macha, arrived in the country from the UK.

  • 22 April

    Edenville’s coal wash plant nearly ready for shipment to Tanzania – Creamer Media’s Mining Weekly

    Edenville's coal wash plant nearly ready for shipment to TanzaniaCreamer Media's Mining WeeklyJOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – The coal wash plant for use at Edenville Energy's Rukwa coal mine has been delivered to port in the UK and inspected ...and more »