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Tanzania embarks on economic diplomacy

Daily News: TANZANIA'S Ambassador to Belgium, Dr Diodorus Kamala, has said that the country has aggressively embarked on economic diplomacy as its major agenda in foreign policy. Dr Kamala said, among other things, economic diplomacy calls for strengthening ...
UDOM, US University Sign MoU for Education Collaboration

- 3 days ago @ allafrica.com: It is the first educational agreement that Tanzania has with the US. UDOM Vice-Chancellor, Prof Idris Kikula, signed the MoU here with Rutgers University Executive Vice- President for Academic Affairs, Richard Edwards. Officiating at the signing ...

Kikwete Calls On Countries to Forge Partnerships to Solve Global Problems

- 3 days ago @ allafrica.com: In his hour long lecture in the centre of New Jersey, he used Tanzania's story of how the country had fused efforts from public sector, private sector and the civil society to contribute to various reform programmes in health and agriculture in the ...

Simba Draw Again, Azam Shine

- 3 days ago @ allafrica.com: The second round continues on Sunday with Marcio Maximo's Young Africans, who suffered a 2-0 defeat to Mtibwa in their opening match, hunting for three points against Tanzania Prisons at the National Stadium. The Brazilian coach said on Saturday his ...

Mainland Premier League to Wind Up Next May

- 2 days ago @ allafrica.com: THE 2014/15 Mainland Premier League will now wind up on May 2015 instead of the earlier planned April 18. The Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) has revised the current fixture and rescheduled the 'big-match' between traditional adversaries Simba and ...

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NSC pledges support to Tanzania in sports development

The Guardian Nigeria: SPORTS Minister and Chairman of the National Sports Commission (NSC), Dr. Tammy Danagogo, has said that Nigeria will continue to play her big brother's role, especially in sports to other African nations to enhance sports development in the Continent.

Vodacom Tanzania leverages M-Pesa

ITWeb: Addressing the media in the Tanzanian capital of Dar es Salaam yesterday, Vodacom Tanzania MD Rene Meza said the operator's business strategy was focused heavily on network investment, mobile data, its mobile money service M-Pesa, distribution and ...

New diagnostic approach for autism in Tanzania

Medical Xpress: Ashley Johnson Harrison and colleagues adapted diagnostic instruments for autism spectrum disorder to the health care environment in Tanzania. There had been no diagnostic measure validated for use in Swahili. The culturally compatible tests yielded ...

Fulbright Features: Tanzania research opportunity gives student new experience

Penn State News: I spent the first six months of my Fulbright in Tanzania mainly in Bagamoyo, a small historic coastal town just north of Dar es Salaam, the largest city. This was the time when I came to realize the complexity of working in such a different context ...

Bowman Gilfillan Africa Group builds in Kenya and Tanzania with lateral hires

The Lawyer: The Lawyer's new China Elite report contains the most detailed research available on the PRC legal market and contains unparalleled insight into the country's leading law firms. They vary in size, practice focus and geographic coverage, but they all ...

Etisalat mulls Tanzania sale; Vodacom and Millicom linked to deal — report

Mobile World Live: Operator group Etisalat is considering the sale of its operations in Tanzania in East Africa, according to a Reuters report. Sources said the Middle East-based company is exploring the sale of its 65 per cent stake in Zanzibar Telecom (Zantel) with the ...

Borrowing a Leaf From Make in India Campaign

AllAfrica.com: In Dar es Salaam, the Indian High Commissioner to Tanzania, Debnath Shaw, led a handful of business representatives to watch the launching event and later held discussions about the campaign. The Indian leader pledged to cut red tape and harness the ...

Etisalat said to consider stake sale in Tanzanian unit

Livemint: An acquisition of Zantel would give a buyer access to spectrum in Tanzania, helping it cope with growing demand for mobile data. About 57% of people in Tanzania had wireless access in 2012, compared with a rate of more than 71% in neighbouring Kenya ...

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Tanzania march for Elephants and Rhinos to coincide with Nyerere Day

eTurboNews: In a move to recognize the role of the father of the nation in a conservation drive, local stakeholders have rescheduled their annual march for elephants and rhinos to coincide with Nyerere Day. The Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) has ... </fon>

Tanzania march for Elephants and Rhinos to coincide Nyerere Day

eTurboNews: In a move to recognize the role of the father of nation in conservation drive, local stakeholders have rescheduled their annual march for elephants and rhinos to coincide with the Nyerere day. Tanzania Association of Tour operators (TATO) has been ...

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Discovery of 27 New Animal Species Reveals Unmatched Biodiversity

AllAfrica.com: A STUDY by an international team of scientists coordinated by Italy's MUSE - Science Museum has updated knowledge on the faunal richness of the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania and Kenya and revealed discovery of 27 new species. The 23 ...

Tanzania: Discovery of 27 New Animal Species Reveals Unmatched Biodiversity

[Daily News]A STUDY by an international team of scientists coordinated by Italy's MUSE - Science Museum has updated knowledge on the faunal richness of the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania and Kenya and revealed discovery of 27 new species.

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Medical Ship Arrives in Tanzania

"The ship would arrive in Mwanza from Kisumu, Kenya and it's expected to serve about 400,000 people a year on the islands of L. Victoria in Tanzania," he said recently. Rev said the project would offer medical services in AIDS, dental, laboratory ...

Tanzania Eyes Two Million Visitors By 2017

Arusha — The Tanzania Tourist Board expects tourists visiting the country to double to two million by 2017. "We expect to reach two million tourist arrivals by 2017," Devota Mdachi, the TTB acting managing director said recently. "With more ...

Tanzania eyes 2m visitors by 2017

ARUSHA, Tanzania - The Tanzania Tourist Board expects tourists visiting the country to double to two million by 2017. “We expect to reach two million tourist arrivals by 2017,” Devota Mdachi, the TTB acting managing director said recently. “With more ...

Tanzania expects $2.5b in revenues

The Tanzania government expects to generate $2.5 billion annually from its natural gas reserves, but the figure will grow to $5 billion and beyond in subsequent years writes BAZ WAISWA. To make more sense of the whole gas industry, Colonel (Rtd) Joseph ...

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China Blanket Manufacturer Eyes to Invest in Tanzania

AllAfrica.com: Zhejiang — CHINA'S Zhejiang Truelove Blanket Technology said is studying and familiarising with the country market for the possibility of making Tanzania its hub for East African region. The company, one of the biggest blanket producers in China, said ...

Geely seeks car business in Tanzania

Daily News: GEELY Holding Group, a top car brand in China, said it looking into possibility of extending its business to Tanzania but has yet to get an appropriate dealer. Geely, based in Zhejiang Province owns Swedish Volvo Cars 100 per cent, has already ...

China blanket manufacturer eyes to invest in Tanzania

Daily News: CHINA'S Zhejiang Truelove Blanket Technology said is studying and familiarising with the country market for the possibility of making Tanzania its hub for East African region. The company, one of the biggest blanket producers in China, said its ...

Coca-Cola's river cleanup work in Tanzania shows mixed motives

GlobalPost: DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania — For years the Mlalakua River overflowed with garbage during each heavy rain. Homes would flood with water contaminated by sewage and trash. Even in the dry season, the narrow river had a nasty grayish hue, the product of ...

In Tanzania, Coke improves medical distributions

A successful Coca-Cola partnership in Tanzania to better distribute medicine across the country shows that not all public-private partnerships have to be self-serving. Jacob Kushner DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania — Coca-Cola, the world’s largest beverage retailer, has an unparalleled ability to get its goods to anyone and everyone. The company’s products can be found in 200 countries, even North Korea ...

Coca-Cola's river cleanup work in Tanzania shows mixed motives

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania — For years the Mlalakua River overflowed with garbage during each heavy rain. Homes would flood with water contaminated by sewage and trash. Even in the dry season, the narrow river had a nasty grayish hue, the product of runoff from the factories situated alongside it, residents and local water experts say.  Some here call the Mlalakua River by a different name: the ...

The discovery of 27 vertebrates fully reveals the unmatched biodiversity in Tanzania

A study by an international team of scientists coordinated by Italy's MUSE -- Science Museum updates knowledge on the faunal richness of the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania and Kenya; presents the discovery of 27 new vertebrate species; identifies the drivers of the area's exceptional biological importance; and advocates for its candidature to the UNESCO's List of World Heritage Sites.

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Tanzania police arrest several people in opposition protests

Reuters Africa: By Fumbuka Ng'wanakilala. DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Protests broke out in at least two Tanzanian towns, after opposition leaders called for nationwide demonstrations to oppose an assembly writing the country's constitution, leading to the arrest of ...

Tanzania police arrest several people in opposition protests

By Fumbuka Ng'wanakilala DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Protests broke out in at least two Tanzanian towns, after opposition leaders called for nationwide demonstrations to oppose an assembly writing the country's constitution, leading to the arrest of several protesters, police said on Saturday.     The main opposition Chadema party called the protests after the government rejected calls to dissolve ...

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Protests hit Tanzania

Times of Oman: Dar Es Salaam: Protests broke out in at least two Tanzanian towns, after opposition leaders called for nationwide demonstrations to oppose an assembly writing the country's constitution, leading to the arrest of several protesters, police said on Saturday.

Tanzania lifts limit on foreigners' stock market purchases

DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Tanzania has set aside a rule that barred foreign investors from buying more than 60 percent of shares in a listed company on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange, its chief executive said on Thursday. "The government... has lifted foreign investors limits," the exchange's CEO Moremi Marwa told Reuters.

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