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43 min ago | AllAfrica.com

Kenya: Three Dead As Missing Plane Wreckage Found in Serengeti

The wreckage of a light aircraft which went missing en-route to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport from Mwanza, Tanzania has been found but there are no survivors.

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4 hrs ago | AVHerald

Safari Express F27 at Serengeti on Aug 31st 2014, missing aircraft found crashed

A Safari Express Cargo Fokker 27-500 Friendship, registration 5Y-SXP performing a cargo flight from Mwanza to Nairobi with 3 crew, had just reached cruising level 140 following departure at 19:26L when radio contact with the aircraft was lost and a search for the aircraft was being initiated.

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8 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

Tanzania: TACRI Thrives in Rejuvenating Coffee Production

A SIGNIFICANT aspect of Tanzania's economy is coffee production, as it is her largest export crop, enjoying wide coverage in the country, as growers do their utmost to make more money and improve their livelihoods.

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8 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

Tanzania: Mining Investors On Call to Boost Environment Fund

THE government is finalising arrangements with companies that have invested in mining activities in the country on the amount of funds or bonds each will have to contribute to the ambitious environmental rehabilitation bond.

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8 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

Tanzania: Court Orders Snow Crest Owner to Pay U.S. $1.7 Million to Dar Businessman

The owner of Snow Crest Hotel in Arusha has been ordered by the High Court to refund $.1.7 million to a person who reportedly purchased the hotel some years ago but later backed out.

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11 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

Tanzania: Construction Plans for Gulwe Bridge Underway

PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has laid a foundation stone for the construction of the Gulwe Bridge in Mpwapwa district in Dodoma region which will cost 3.3bn/-.

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11 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

Tanzania: Local Communities in Gas Producing Areas to Get Three Percent

ANNE ROBI AS the nation prepares to introduce a policy to guide the petroleum sub sector in the country, the government has said that three per cent of the revenues to be collected from the resource would be provided to the municipalities in which it would be explored to benefit local communities.

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11 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

Tanzania: Tarime to Construct 20 School Laboratories

TARIME District Council says it would successfully implement the directive by President Jakaya Kikwete to build laboratories in all public secondary schools within shortest possible time.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

AllAfrica.com

Tanzania: Cotton Sector Still Dogged Serious Challenges

DEPUTY Minister for Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives, Godfrey Zambi , TCB Acting Managing Director, Mr Mwalo and Acting TCB western Zone Director Kalidushi Buluma in Kwimba and Maswa districts recently.

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AllAfrica.com

Tanzania: End in Sight for Katiba Stalemate

Dodoma - PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete greets Chadema Secretary General Dr Willibrod Slaa as other political party leaders look on at the State Lodge in Dodoma yesterday prior to a meeting in which the president and leaders of various political parties met to resolve the standoff that has interfered with the ongoing new constitution writing process.

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AllAfrica.com

Tanzania: FETA Toasted for Boosting Fisheries Sector

THE government has commended Fisheries Education and Training Agency - Nyegezi Campus for its dedication and support for complementing the country's fishing initiatives by providing training to young Tanzanians enabling them to employ themselves.

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PhysOrg Weblog

New tuberculosis blood test in children is reliable and highly specific

A new blood test provides a fast and accurate tool to diagnose tuberculosis in children, a new proof-of-concept study shows.

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Related Topix: Health, Tuberculosis, World News, Africa

NorCalBlogs

National Geographic's Warming Warning - 10 Years Later

Geoff Sherrington writes: National Geographic Magazine had a Global Warming issue in September 2004.

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Related Topix: Global Warming, 9, Africa, World News

Hispanic Business

Can't UN Agencies Buy Our Surplus Grain?

Recent reports say that over 45,000 civilians are sheltering in the UN camp in Bentiu alone, while more than 100,000 civilians have fled to UN bases to escape the conflict.

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Related Topix: Natural Disasters, Famine, Africa, World News

AllAfrica.com

East Africa: EU Allocates 85 Million Euros to EAC

The European Union through the European Development Fund has allocated the East African Community 85 million Euros for the period 2016 to 2020.

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AllAfrica.com

Tanzania: Dynamite Fishing Poses Threat to Aquatic Species

DYNAMITE fishing kills large quantities of fish regrettably 80 per cent of the loot is swept away uncollected.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

This is Wiltshire

A dream climb is grounded

STUDENT Cerianne Pidgeon has been left devastated after her trip to climb to the roof of Africa was cancelled despite raising thousands of pounds for charity.

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Border Mail

Support mounts for cancer climb

A FASHION parade in Albury today will be the final major fund-raiser before nine climbers scale Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro next month.

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ContactMusic.com

Peter Andre took Emily to Africa

The loved up couple enjoyed a romantic getaway in Tanzania, East Africa, as part of Emily's birthday celebrations on August 16. The new mother and medicine student was given thoughtful personalised cards from her stepchildren, Peter's nine-year-old son Junior and his seven-year-old daughter Princess from his marriage with ex-wife Katie Price .

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AllAfrica.com

Tanzania: WB Grant Pushes to Boost Agriculture, Tame Poverty

THE country's agriculture sector will get 60 million US dollars in investment guarantees from World Bank's Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency to boost growth and tame poverty.

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