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Leaders of the Southern African Development Community want the United Nations to assist in removing members of the FDLR militia being sheltered in Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Relatives of Kenyans who fought on the British side during World War One feel they have been forgotten.
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In this Monday, Dec. 17, 2012 file photo, a herd of adult and baby elephants walks in the dawn light across Amboseli National Park in southern Kenya, with the highest mountain in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, seen behind.
One approach is through holding international trade exhibitions that can showcase the region.
The Agriculture Council of Tanzania has named the Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda.
THE government has been seeking views of investment stakeholders throughout the country after completing the preparations for general review of the investment policy framework.
FIREWOOD is a common source of energy in rural areas. Charcoal is abundantly used in urban area but have both a negative environmental repercussion.
A CONSORTIUM of leading global banks led by Rand Merchant Bank has endorsed a 200 million US dollars loan to Mohamed Enterprises Tanzania Limited to enable the local company diversify its commodity business.
THE government is finalizing a number of issues, including addressing infrastructural matters, before the Dar es Salaam seaside suburb of Kigamboni is developed into a fully fledged modern satellite city.
Dr Ian Quigley, 49, of Hornchurch, will be braving high altitudes to help adventurers and local people suffering from altitude sickness for three months in Nepal.
For most Dallas City Council members, the July recess is a time to get away from the daily meeting grind, meet up with constituents and catch up on work that's piled up at their other jobs.
Tough act to follow: Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete may not find it easy to be led by President Robert Mugabe as the incoming SADC chairperson.
These young students drawn from USA and Canada have been doing a great work to volunteer in East African Countries under the umbrella of Operation Groundswell-an organization in Toronto Canada.
Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 06:12 am
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