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Tanzania assures pyrethrum farmers of reliable market

Tanzania on Wednesday vowed to address market-related challenges facing pyrethrum growers in the east African nation. Mary Mwanjelwa, Deputy Minister for Agriculture, made the remarks...
migrant

Tanzania arrests over 13,000 illegal immigrants in nine months

Tanzanian authorities said on Tuesday that 13,393 undocumented immigrants were arrested in the nine months to March. Deputy Minister for Home Affairs Hamad Masauni disclosed...

Northern Tanzanian district in distress after major flooding

Over 2,000 people in Tanzania's northern district of Same are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance after their homes and food stocks were destroyed...
Court

Pan African court to celebrate Africa Day in Tanzania

The African Union (AU) organs and its institutions based in Arusha will on Friday host a roundtable discussion and cultural shows in line with...
European Union

EU pumps in US$100 million to support projects in East African Community

European Union (EU) on Thursday announced to have pumped in 85 million Euros (99.7 million U.S. dollars) to support the implementation of various projects...
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Tanzania unveils plans to boost sisal production

Tanzania on Monday announced plans to revamp sisal plantations in the northeastern part of the east African nation. Deputy Minister for Agriculture Mary Mwanjelwa unveiled...
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Tanzania put in place measures to save Lake Manyara National Park

Tanzanian authorities have announced new strategies aimed at saving Lake Manyara National Park, which is threatened deposition caused by farming activities. Telesia Mahonga, Karatu District...
Travel

Eastern Europe travel agents impressed by Tanzania’s wealth of tourist attractions

Visiting tour and travel agents from Eastern Europe have expressed amazement at Tanzania's wealth of tourist attractions. Their remarks raise hopes of a potential influx...
land

Tanzania allots chunk of land to address youth unemployment crisis

Tanzania has set aside 200,000 acres of land for youth to practice commercial farming thus transform their livelihoods, a senior official said on Tuesday. Anthony...
Tourists

Tanzanian authorities looks to eastern Europe for tourism boost

Tanzania is now focusing on Eastern Europe in its tourism marketing strategies after registering success in Western Europe and North America, an official of...
The report says elephants could face extinction if the current rate of poaching continues

Tanzania in drive to enhance war against poaching

The Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA) has partnered with security agencies to enhance the fight against poaching in all 16 national parks across the east...
coffee beans

Tanzania institute new coffee buying system

Tanzania has reviewed coffee buying system in an effort to benefit farmers and the country at large, a senior official of the Tanzania Coffee...
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New wild animals to be introduced in Tanzania’s sanctuary

Tanzania has approved 25 new wild animals to be introduced to the south-western Tanzania's Kitulo National Park, a senior official said on Wednesday. Japhet Hasunga,Tanzania's...
rabies

Tanzania launches free vaccination campaign against rabies

Tanzania has launched an anti-rabies vaccination campaign in the northern region of Kilimanjaro, authorities said on Tuesday. Martin Ruheta, Director of Veterinary Services in the...
Tourists

Tanzania to achieve 2 million tourist target by 2020

Tanzania is on course to achieve the 2-million-tourist target by 2020, a senior official said on Monday. Devota Mdachi, managing director of Tanzania Tourist Board...
Photo taken on April 11, 2016 shows giraffes in Serengeti National Park in northern Tanzania. (Xinhua/Li Sibo) (zw)

Buffalo census begins in northern Tanzania’s Serengeti ecosystem

An exercise to establish the number of buffalos within the Serengeti ecosystem is currently underway, according to the Arusha-based Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI). TAWIRI...
armyworms

Tanzania to give farmers new seeds to fight fall armyworms

Tanzania's agricultural research institute has started producing improved maize seeds which are resistant to fall armyworm, an agricultural official said on Sunday. Godfrey Camel, Tanzania's...
Gm Crops

WFP calls on Tanzanian farmers to expand variety of crops

Tanzania needs to diversify its agricultural crops portfolio and train smallholder farmers on modern, resilient farming methods for it to beat malnutrition and attain...
John Magufuli

Tanzanite gemstone discoverer to be handsomely rewarded

Tanzanian President John Magufuli on Friday pledged to issue 100 million Tanzanian shillings (about 44,000 U.S. dollars) to reward Jumanne Ngoma who discovered tanzanite...
Immigrants

40 illegal immigrants nabbed in Tanzania

Tanzania Immigration Services Department (TISD) said it has arrested 40 illegal migrants from six African countries. Paul Eranga, Mwanza Region Immigration Officer, said Wednesday that...
Coffee

SW Tanzania intend to re-introduce coffee farming

Authorities in southwestern Tanzania's region of Rukwa is planning to re-introduce coffee farming in a move to create sustainable income for farmers who are...
cholera

Tanzania records 33,421 cases of cholera since August 2015 – WHO

A total of 33,421 cases of cholera were reported across all 26 regions of Tanzania from August 15, 2015 to January 7 this year,...
fishing

Tanzania intensifies war against illegal fishing in Lake Tanganyika

Authorities in western Tanzania's region of Kigoma on Thursday announced to have intensified operations to stop illegal fishing in Lake Tanganyika, the world's second...
accident

Seven killed in western Tanzania’s road accident

Seven people died and 12 others were seriously injured after an upcountry bus collided head-on with a minibus in western Tanzania's region of Kigoma,...
AFP/File / Tiziana Fabi Australian police charge a woman with fraud after she allegedly spent US$3.4 million that her bank mistakenly gave her, with much of the money reportedly lavished on handbags

Tanzania to revive sisal processing plants

Tanzania is set to revive 10 sisal processing plants in five estates located in north-eastern Tanzania's region of Tanga, according to Tanzania's National Social...
Seeds

Tanzania to waive levies, taxes on locally produced seeds to boost agriculture

Tanzania is set to waive some of the levies and taxes imposed on locally produced seeds in the east African nation in a move...

Authorities in SW Tanzania in drive to introduce cashew farming

Authorities in southwestern Tanzania's region of Mbeya intend to introduce cashew nuts farming in a new drive to spur the economy of the east...
Cross section of African Judges at the Third Judicial Dialogue at Arusha, Tanzania

Justice Wambali Calls for Better Justice System

Mr. Justice Ferdinand L. K. Wambali, Principal Judge of the Judiciary of Tanzania has lamented that many people on the continent feel that African...
African Court Judges at the Third Judicial Dialogue at Arusha, Tanzania

Judge Gives Commendations to African Court

Participants at the Third African Judicial Dialogue has commended the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights for the promotion of justice on the...
Cross section of participants at the Third African Judicial Dialogue

Governments Urged to Improve Justice Administration

The African Continental Court has rolled-out mechanism aimed at improving judicial efficiency, Justice Sylvain Ore, President of the African Court on Human and Peoples’...

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