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Tanzania Authorities on the alert against possible terror attacks

Tanzanian Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa said on Saturday that the country is on full alert against acts of terrorism. Adjourning a two-week parliamentary session in...
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Tanzania Police Rounds UP 29 Suspects in Cruel Killing of Children

Twenty-nine suspects have been arrested in Tanzania's southern highlands region of Njombe in connection with brutal killings of children, Minister for Home Affairs Kangi...
Tourists

Tourists hunting fetches Tanzania over US$26 million

Tanzania is hoping to collect more than 26 million U.S. dollars from tourist hunting in the 2018-2019 financial year, authorities have said. Hamis Kigwangala, the...
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Tanzanian government buys 215,000 tonnes of cashew nuts

The government of Tanzania has bought 215,000 tonnes of cashew nuts from growers worth 306 million U.S. dollars until January 30, 2019, a senior...

Malawi on high alert as anthrax hits neighboring Tanzania

The Malawi government says it faces another threat of the disease as four people are reported dead in neighboring Tanzania. Speaking to local radio on...

Lava, Making Technology Affordable To The Ordinary Ghanaian

Executive Director for Lava Technologies, Mr. Saurabh Verma has indicted that in this digital era, its key for a country to make valuable technology...
Court

Tanzania: Court Exonerate Former Broadcaster from Charges

A Tanzanian court on Friday acquitted former director-general of state-owned Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (TBC), Tido Mhando, of five charges, including abuse of office. The...
Namibia hosts Pan-African women’s regional secretariat

Southern African women’s organisation begins two-day meeting

Female delegates from Southern African countries such as Malawi, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Mozambique on Monday started a two-day secretariat meeting in Windhoek, Namibia. ...
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Tanzania Team to Understudy Ghana’s NLA Evolving Process

An eight-member delegation from Tanzania, led by Mr Amon A. Mpanju, the Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Constitutional and Legal Affairs, is in the...
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Tanzania Pledges to Repair Ties With UNHCR

Tanzania on Sunday vowed to continue strengthening its relationship with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) as it grants asylum to refugees...
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A group of gold smugglers grabbed by Tanzania police

Tanzanian police said on Sunday they have arrested a group of suspects in connection with the attempted smuggling of 323.6 kilograms of gold out...
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WFP Saves Refugees With Maize From Tanzania

The World Food Programme (WFP) on Friday bought about 36,000 tonnes of maize worth some 9 million U.S. dollars from Tanzania's state-owned National Food...
Ali Mohamed Shein

Tanzania’s Zanzibar to buy modern equipment to save lives from sea disasters

Ali Mohamed Shein, President of Tanzania's semi-autonomous archipelago of Zanzibar, on Thursday said his government is determined to save its citizens from marine accidents...
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Tanzania launches national campaign against cattle ticks

Tanzania on Monday launched a nationwide campaign against ticks that have threatened cattle in the country for many years. Minister for...
SUGAR

Tanzania: new strategy to boost sugar production

Tanzania has embarked on a new strategy aimed at boosting sugar production from the current 300,000 tonnes to 500,000 tonnes by producing and distributing...
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Four teachers suspended in Tanzania over claims of impregnating schoolgirls

Authorities in Tanzania on Saturday suspended four teachers over claims of impregnating and marrying school girls in the northwest region of Geita. Mwita Waitara, the...
This week’s flight from Libya was the seventh since January 2017 organized by IOM for Guinean migrants from Libya with a total of 859 migrants assisted so far. Above is a photo of Guinean migrants assisted by IOM last August. File photo: UN Migration Agency (IOM) 2017

14 Somali migrants return home from Uganda, Tanzania

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has helped 14 Somali migrants to voluntarily return home from Tanzania and Uganda following months of confinement in...

IAS Has Kicked Against Tanzania’s Anti-gay Initiatives

On behalf of the International AIDS Society (IAS), we, the IAS Governing Council Africa Regional Representatives, express our grave concern regarding the reported anti-gay...

Seedstars Africa Summit is coming to Tanzania in December

The Seedstars Africa Summit 2018 is taking place in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, from December 11th to 13th. You are invited! The event marks the...

Board approves €7 million investment in Partech Africa Fund

The African Development Bank’s efforts to channel critical investment funding to Africa’s entrepreneurs received a big boost on Thursday in Abidjan, where the Bank’s...

AfDB Charts A Roadmap To Integrate The Development Of Eastern Africa

The African Development Bank has approved the East Africa Regional Integration Strategy Paper laying out the roadmap for accelerating regional integration with infrastructure development...

ANAW: Moves to champion the Welfare of Animals in Africa

African Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW) has been launched successfully in Accra as part of efforts to help champion the cause of animals in...

Latest World Bank Review Indicates Unchanged Quality Of Policies In Africa

The average quality of policies and institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa was broadly unchanged in 2017, according to the latest review by the World Bank....

AfDB And FAO To Invest In Agriculture To End Hunger And Create Wealth In...

The African Development Bank (AfDB) and FAO today agreed to boost joint efforts aimed at catalysing agriculture sector investments in Africa to end hunger...

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...
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Tanzania says working to bail out fishermen detained in Kenya

Tanzanian authorities said Thursday they are efforting to bail out 109 Tanzanian fishermen arrested in Kenya over the weekend in connection with illegal fishing. The...
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Kenya mulls strategy to reverse decline of exports to Tanzania

Kenya is planning to develop a strategy to reverse the decline of exports to Tanzania, the country's export promotion agency said on Thursday. Peter Biwott,...
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Tanzania to spend US$4.5 billion on debt repayments

The government of Tanzania will spend 4.5 billion U.S. dollars on debt servicing during the financial year 2018/19, a senior official said on Monday. Philip...
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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...

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