Zanzibar, Tanzania Newswire

Zanzibar, Tanzania Newswire

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  1. UN, Govt donate cleaning gears for Temeke marketRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | IPPMEDIA

    UN Resident Coordinator Alvaro Rodriguez handing over cleaning equipment to Temeke District Commissioner Sophia Mjema worth Sh10m for the Temeke Stereo Market. As the United Nations counts down days to its 70th Anniversary, its offices in the country continue to commemorate the anniversary focusing on environmental protection by donating cleaning gears worth Sh10m to the Temeke market management.

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  2. Four hospitals earn praise for safety measuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IPPMEDIA

    The health facilities included Amana Referral Hospital, Bukoba Referral Hospital, Mount Meru Referral Hospital and Morogoro Referral Hospital that attained grade 'A'. Speaking at the event, IPC project director, Dr Albert Komba said that using a whole site quality improvement approach, Jhpiego an affiliate of John Hopkins University collaborated with central, district and regional administrations, hospital management teams, quality improvement teams and health care workers in 46 health facilities to implement targeted IPC interventions for provider and patient's safety.

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  3. World Monuments Fund Britain's Zanzibar's Story exhibition at Ely CathedralRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cambridge Evening News

    A new exhibition at Ely Cathedral by World Monuments Fund Britain tells the story of Christ Church Cathedral in Stone Town, Zanzibar, and the charity's major conservation project at the site. Ely Cathedral has a long established link with the Anglican Diocese of Zanzibar and the exhibition is on display in the South West Transept until October 4. The exhibition, entitled Zanzibar's Story: Remembering the Past, Securing the Future, is a touring exhibition WMFB has created to raise awareness of the project within the UK and help raise additional funds to complete work at the site.

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  4. Anglo-Zanzibar War Begins and EndsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | The Free Dictionary

    The Anglo-Zanzibar War was fought between the United Kingdom and the Zanzibar Sultanate on 27 August 1896. The conflict lasted around 40 minutes, and is the shortest war in history.

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  5. Millicom Appoints Cynthia Gordon as EVP, ...Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | The Financial Mirror

    LEUDELANGE, Sweden-- -- Millicom today announced the appointment of Cynthia Gordon as its Executive Vice President, CEO Africa Division. She takes up the role on 21 September.

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  6. Lowassa makes another informal tour of Dar cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | IPPMEDIA

    Chadema presidential candidate Edward Lowassa has a word with residents of Dar es Salaam's Tandale suburb yesterday. After Monday's commuter van ride, Chadema presidential candidate Edward Lowassa yesterday made yet another impromptu tour of Dar es Salaam suburbs this time visiting several open air markets.

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  7. East Africa: EAC Central Bank Governors Unite Against Bullish DollarRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | AllAfrica.com

    East African Community central bank governors have attributed the alarming depreciation of their respective national currencies to a strengthening US dollar coupled with their countries' weak export earnings due to low commodity prices on the international market. The message was contained in a joint communiqu issued at the closure of their EAC Monetary Affairs Committee meeting that was hosted by Tanzanian central bank governor Prof Benno Ndulu, on Friday, on the country's archipelago of Zanzibar.

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  8. Lowassa rubs shoulders with commonersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | IPPMEDIA

    Ukawa-endorsed Chadema presidential candidate Edward Lowassa among passengers in a commuter bus serving the Gongo la Mboto-to-Chanika route in suburban Dsm yesterday morning. As part of his political campaign, Ukawa-endorsed Chadema presidential candidate Edward Lowassa yesterday decided to experience first-hand Dar es Salaam's public transport woes.

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  9. Dar turns 'green-yellow' as CCM opens campaignsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | IPPMEDIA

    Dar es salaam was yesterday brought to a near standstill as city residents converged in their multitudes to the opening CCM campaign at the Jangwani grounds. The rally, which marked the official launch of the CCM campaigns, spotted colourful green and yellow waves of thousands of supporters clad in the party's colours and waving matching flags.

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  10. Tanzania: General Tyre Set for Bright FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | AllAfrica.com

    THE government has acquired 100 per cent shares in the Arusha-based General Tyre East Africa with the aim of reviving commercial production of the factory, as part of national plans to guarantee development of industries. Speaking at a brief ceremony in Dar es Salaam yesterday to exchange and sign documents for reimbursement of the 26 per cent shares initially owned by General Tyre Company , Chief Secretary, Mr Ombeni Sefue, said the government through the Ministry of Industries and Trade was determined to revive General Tyre, once the icon of Arusha and the country at large.

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  11. Govt proposes law to curb human traffickingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | IPPMEDIA

    The Government mulls a National Ant-trafficking Action law that aims at combating human trafficking that is a great threat to boys and girls seeking 'better life' abroad. Briefing reporters yesterday in Dar es Salaam the Vice-President Dr Mohammed Ghalib Bilal said more than 700,000 people across the country fall victims to human trafficking.

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  12. Battle lines drawn.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | IPPMEDIA

    This year's presidential race will pit eight candidates; this is according to the list of candidates who returned the nomination forms to the National Electoral Commission yesterday. The national electoral body cleared all candidates, allowing them to start their campaigns tomorrow with Chama Cha Mapinduzi flag bearer Dr John Magufuli and Tanzania Labour Party's Machmillan Lyimo opening the curtain.

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  13. Power rationing resumes in Dodoma after CCM meetingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | IPPMEDIA

    The Dodoma Municipality is experiencing another round of untimely power rationing just few days after the ruling Chama cha Mapinduzi completed its meeting here. CCM embarked on a series of meetings recently that culminated to the naming of the party's parliamentary candidates for the Union and Zanzibar in the forthcoming General Election.

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  14. Africa this week: Five things we've learntRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Newsday

    Ugandan animator Richard Musinguzi told the BBC's Outlook programme that he learnt how to animate in his spare time whilst studying to be an architect. His cartoon creation Katoto now has a big following on social media.

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  15. OctoberPLUS20: To understand your own house...live in anotherRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | IPPMEDIA

    In this file photo, residents of Kiburugwa Mbagala in Dar es Salaam queue to registered for the October 2015 General Election. At the count of 68 days to the General Election last Monday, one broadsheet 'daily' decided to steer clear of anything to do with it.

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  16. Swimming duo for world tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | IPPMEDIA

    Tanzania swimming duo of Ammar Ghadiyali and Adil Bharma board Singapore-bound flight to Singapore on Friday for week-long world junior championships. The Tanzania Swimming Association's secretary general Noel Kiunsi said the event is for junior swimmers which is organised to allow young swimmers to develop through elite level competition.

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  17. Pupils organise own African adventureRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | The Otago Daily Times

    When a group of Taieri College pupils asked last year if they could go to Africa, school staff said, ''yeah sure - but you have to organise it yourselves''. Not completely aware of the mammoth amount of work required to organise such a trip, the pupils said, ''great'', then split into two groups and set about making their African adventure happen.

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  18. Fierce debates mark National Youth AssemblyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | IPPMEDIA

    Students who are members of the National Youth Assembly in Tanzania yesterday began a three-day meeting to learn how parliaments operate. The assembly is made up of 110 students from 22 mainland and Zanzibar universities.

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  19. My Lariam dreamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | Newsday

    There's been a call for the British Army to stop using a controversial anti-malaria drug, mefloquine - best known under the tradename Lariam. The Ministry of Defence and the NHS insist it's safe but some can suffer unnerving effects.

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  20. Modi reaps what Atal sowed in desertRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | The Telegraph

    Abu Dhabi's decision to allot land for a Hindu temple has a history linked to the BJP's foray into the Gulf, which began when Atal Bihari Vajpayee, then the most prominent Opposition leader, set out for Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait in 1997. Vajpayee's first stop was Oman, where he conveyed to Sultan Qaboos bin Said, the ruler, a request from the growing Indian community for a second temple.

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