Thursday May 16
A true hedonist haven
Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous part of Tanzania comprising an archipelago off the mainland.
Tue May 14, 2013
Tanzania: Water Scarcity Affects Coffee Production in Kilimanjaro
QUALITY and quantity of coffee produced in Kilimanjaro is deteriorating while water supply is becoming scarce prompting Moshi Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority to seek tariff adjustment at Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority .
Mon May 13, 2013
Corruption blights public institutions in Tanzania - audit
Tanzania's President Jakaya Kikwete is presented with the National Audit Office report by Controller and Auditor General Ludovic Utouh, April 2013.
Tanzania: BoT - Shilling Slipping Normal Shock
THE Bank of Tanzania has said the current depreciation level of the shilling was a "normal shock" which could be absorbed well by the markets without derailing macroeconomic fundamentals.
Tanzania: PM Unveils Pioneer E-Book Library
AS the government strives to end shortage of textbooks in schools, the Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda, has unveiled a 100m/- e-book project to address the problem.
Fri May 10, 2013
Eyewitness: Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
Day three of a week-long hike up to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak.
Hannah needs help with her teaching mission to Africa
Keele University graduate, Hannah Ingleby, 22, is making the once in a lifetime excursion in July and will teach English to young orphans who would otherwise be unable to afford an education.
Mon May 06, 2013
Tanzania: Work On Tanzania Fish Market Slow
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - Little repair work has been done on the Dar es Salaam's International Ferry Fish market, which was gutted by fire in 2010 and early 2012 due to a lack of enough funding.
East Africa: Technology Holds Back Rollout of EAC Single Tourist Visa
The proposal to introduce the single tourist visa in the partner states of the East African Community has been held back by poor Information Communication Technology infrastructure.
Tanzania: RCS Tout Participation in Smart Dialogues
RESIDENTS of southern regions have been urged to wisely use the Smart Partnership Dialogue consultative zonal meetings to air views which will help in furthering development in their areas.
Tanzania: National Reserve Areas Strictly for Nature - Nyalandu
GOVERNMENT has no plans of allowing the Tanzania People's Defence Forces to use of National Reserve Areas for military exercises.
Fri May 03, 2013
The Washington Post
What a Trip: A gals' getaway in Africa
Who: Barbara Ossias of Urbana, Md., and Quebec; her two travel buddies, Louise Brenner and Marsha Reckley, both of Maryland; and her oldest daughter, Adar Roberts-Owen, who lives in London.
Thu May 02, 2013
Tanzania: New Credit Bureau to Open in Dar es Salaam
DUN and Bradstreet Credit Bureau Tanzania, the first licensed credit bureau in Tanzania, is on Friday set to meet with bank executives at a consultative workshop in Dar es Salaam.
Tanzania: Kikwete Salutes Bank of Africa Tanzania
PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has commended the Bank of Africa Tanzania for supporting the education sector and has challenged other banks and financial institutions to follow through.
Wed May 01, 2013
Tanzania: Workers Tax Relief a Welcome Move
PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete on Wednesday announced various measures being undertaken by the government to improve the welfare of workers in the country including raising wages and easing tax burden.
Minot Daily News
Hospice team has visit from Africa
A nurse and a social worker from Machame Lutheran Hospital in Tanzania, Africa, were in Minot Tuesday and Wednesday visiting the hospice team at Trinity Health.
Tanzania records impressive number of foreign tourists in 2012
The number of tourists visiting Tanzania went up by 24 percent from 867,994 in 2011 to 1, 077,058 in 2012, according to Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism Khamis Kagasheki.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Tanzanian officials, farmers exchange blame for crop failure
Majaliwa Mrisho, a farmer in Misigiri village in Tanzania's Iramba district, tends his drought-hit maize crop with his children.
Tanzania: AfDB Avails Funds for Sakina-Holili Dual Carriageway
Houses along Arusha-Moshi road need to check their position from the road reserves because demolition exercises along the 80 kilometres stretch are inevitable.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Explore an African island of lovely contradictions
THERE is something about waking up on a tropical island with its fresh palm trees and bright blue water sloshing onto light sandy beaches that makes the heart happy.