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Tanzania plans to improve roads in nature reserves to lure tourists

Tanzania plans to revamp roads getting into the forest reserves located in southern part of the east African nation to ease movement of tourists,...
Elephant

Tanzania: Villagers frightened over widespread elephant invasion

Villagers in central Tanzania's district of Bahi are living in fear following the frequent invasion of wild elephants, authorities said Wednesday. In the latest attack,...
Twin Otter plane

Pilot dies after small plane crashed in northern Tanzania

A pilot was killed after his small plane crashed in northern Tanzania's district of Monduli, located a few kilometres from Arusha, police said Thursday. Charles...
Inflation

Relief as inflation in Tanzania’s Zanzibar falls to 4.1 percent

Commodity prices have dropped in Tanzania's semi-autonomous Zanzibar archipelago from 5.4 percent in June to 4.1 percent in July, this year, a senior official...
farmers

Tanzanian farmers to spice up International menus with organic garlic

Garlic growers in northern Tanzania's district of Mbulu are determined to expand garlic production so that they can export for more economic gain. Boniface John...
road

Tanzania’s sanctuary mulls revamping key road to ease transport for tourists

Tanzania's Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA) is intending to revamp key road passing through the world heritage site, an official said Wednesday. ...
Seeds

Tanzanian plant researchers develope high-yielding seed varieties

Tanzanian plant researchers at the Morogoro-based Ilonga Agricultural Research Institute (ARI- Ilonga) have developed nine new hybrid seed varieties, which are high-yielding, drought-resistant and...
africa tourism

Tanzania to establish country’s central point to spur tourism

Tanzania plans to conduct a research to establish the central point of the east African nation that would thereafter be upgraded for tourism attraction...

Tanzania’s Zanzibar mulls reducing rice importation

Tanzania's semi-autonomous Zanzibar archipelago is set to invest more in irrigation infrastructures for the Indian Ocean Islands to reduce importation of rice. ...

Authorities in western Tanzania warns residents over meningitis outbreak

Authorities in western Tanzania's district of Sumbawanga on Thursday warned residents on the outbreak of a disease, which is suspected to be meningitis, which...

UN launches anti-FGM campaign in Tanzania’s Maasai community

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will carry out a massive campaign to address Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in northern Tanzania. ...
Ebola

Tanzania Authorities Ready to Tackle Ebola Cases

Although Tanzania has not registered any case of the Ebola virus so far, health authorities in the country's western regions of Katavi and Rukwa...

African court to deliver judgment on Kenya’s Mau eviction case

The African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights (AfCHPR) will Friday deliver judgment in the case pitting the Ogiek community against the Kenyan government...
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African Court hauls Kenyan Govt

The Government of Kenya faces the African Court on Human and Peoples Rights, in Arusha, Tanzania as it delivers judgement in a long-awaited case...
Kenya Wildlife Service

Tanzania, Kenya agree on beefing up security in Tsavo-Mkomazi ecosystem

Tanzania and Kenya have agreed to reinforce security in the Tsavo-Mkomazi ecosystem with a view of protecting wildlife in the area. Marko...
coffee beans

Tanzania to increase coffee production by 25 pct in 2021

Tanzania is set to increase coffee production from 80,000 tonnes this year to 100,000 tonnes by 2021, an official from the country's coffee board...
Two Egyptian boys are seen at a livestock market set for the upcoming Muslim sacrificial festival Eid al-Adha, 60 km north of Cairo, Egypt, on Sept. 19, 2015. Muslims across the world are preparing to celebrate the annual festival of Eid al-Adha, or the Festival of Sacrifice, which marks the end of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca and in commemoration of Prophet Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son to show obedience to God. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)

Drought kills 130,000 livestock in Tanzania

Over 130,000 livestock have died in Tanzania due to the drought that hit the country in the 2016/2017 financial year, according to a senior...

African Court Affirms Jurisdiction To Deal With All Submitted Cases

The African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights has fixed May 8th to 24th for the 45th Ordinary Session to examine about 80 applications...
Court

Human Rights Court To Begin Examination On Advisory Opinion Request In Tanzania

The African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights has fixed May 8th to 24th for the 45th Ordinary Session to examine about 80 applications...

Tanzania registers massive improvement in implementing common market protocol

Tanzania is among EAC countries that have not imposed restrictions on inward direct investment, according to East African Common Market Scorecard 2016: Tracking EAC...
genocide

Rwanda Continues Fight Against Genocide Fugitives Despite Extradition Request

The Rwandan government has about 400 requests for the extradition of fugitives accused of taking part in the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi that...
port

Tanzania to revamp piers, ports in its three giant lakes

Tanzania plans to renovate all piers and ports in Lake Victoria, Tanganyika and Nyasa in the 2017/18 financial year in order to improve transportation...
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Arusha Among the best in tourism destinations in Africa

Tanzania's northern safari capital of Arusha has been voted as the Africa's fifth best tourist destination in 2017, according to international tourism ranking advisory...
Livestock

FAO supports Tanzania’s endeavors to curb livestock diseases

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has dished out equipment and consumables to Tanzania in order to prevent and control...
video

Tanzania’s safari capital voted among Africa’s top tourist destinations

Tanzania's northern safari capital of Arusha has been voted as the Africa's fifth best tourist destination in 2017, according to international tourism ranking advisory...

New cooling facility offers glimmer hope to Tanzanian fishermen

Ali Thabit, now in his 50s, has been fishing since he was 16. Through the years he has lived hoping that one day things...
packaging

Project to empower Tanzanian producers with packaging skills

Tanzania's small and medium agro-enterprises are going to benefit from a joint project by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the International Trade...

Zanzibar launches special aircraft for official start of oil, gas exploration

Tanzania's semi-autonomous archipelago of Zanzibar on Tuesday launched special aircraft that will be used in exploring oil and gas in the Indian Ocean Islands. ...
Tourists

Tanzania revamps renowned archaeology camp to lure more tourists

Tanzania has started revamping the camp that was being used by famous archaeologists, Dr. Louis Leakey and Dr. Mary Leakey at the Olduvai Gorge...

Tanzania, Mauritius agree to partner in tourism promotion drive

Tanzania and Mauritius have signed a one-year pact to promote tourism destinations available in the two countries to the outside world. The...