2 hrs ago
Tanzania: ...riots Greet Estimates
Dodoma and Dar es Salaam - MTWARA Municipality was on Wednesday rocked by riots as police clashed with hundreds of demonstrators reportedly opposing the planned construction of a 532-km gas pipeline from the town to Dar es Salaam.
2 hrs ago
Tanzania: Muhongo Says All Set for Mtwara - Dar Gas Pipeline Implementation
CONSTRUCTION of a gas pipeline to Dar es Salaam from Mtwara will be implemented as planned with consideration on it benefiting locals in Mtwara and Lindi, the Minister for Energy and Minerals, Prof Sospeter Muhongo has said.
4 hrs ago
Tanzania: Sky Is the Limit for Rukwa Peasants
ALTHOUGH Rukwa has a 512,722-strong herd of cattle; the region has only three ranches that rear 274 improved beef cattle.
4 hrs ago
Tanzania: Emirate Funds Construction of 50 Boreholes in Isles
RESIDENTS in some parts of Unguja and Pemba islands currently facing water shortage will have the problem minimised by August, this year, when a project to construct 50 boreholes/wells will be completed.
4 hrs ago
This Is Grimsby
Grimsby Telegraph published Charity bike bunch will be hogging Route 66
A MOTORBIKE enthusiast is planning to help wounded servicemen by travelling with one of them on the famous Route 66 in the US.
5 hrs ago
90 arrested after Tanzania gas pipeline protest
Tanzanian police have made sweeping arrests after a day of protests in which one person was killed in a southeastern town over a gas pipeline project, the government said Thursday.
Wed May 22, 2013
Libertyville Residents Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro for Charity
Dave Braun has been to Tanzania, Africa four times to help build a school for underprivileged children, but none of those trips have involved tackling Mt.
Mrisho Ngassa moves back to Yanga on two-year deal
Tanzania's prodigal son Mrisho Ngassa has moved back to his former Club Yanga FC, crowned Champions of Tanzania on Saturday.
Zambia: Changing Environment in the Zambezi River Basin
Climate and human pressure on resources are significantly changing the environment in the Zambezi river basin, as illustrated in a new 2012 publication, the Zambezi River Basin Atlas of the Changing Environment.
Tanzanian gas pipeline plan sparks riot -government officials
Residents of a gas-rich region of Tanzania rioted on Wednesday to protest that they would not benefit from a government budget proposal to construct a pipeline from their territory to the capital, senior officials said Tanzania estimates it has more than 40 trillion cubic feet of recoverable natural gas reserves.
Sister Jackie Goodin goes outside her comfort zone to minister in Tanzania
Oprah and Madonna are not the only people who can make a difference by building schools to educate young girls in Africa.
After a decade of success, global AIDS program looks to the future
In this Feb. 17, 2008, file photo President George W. Bush speaks at a joint news conference with Tanzanian President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete at the State House in Dar es Salaam, while on a five-nation visit to Africa.
Taking it easy, Zanzibar style
Paradise lost? No, in fact it's closer than you think. From a tree-climbing butterfly to Beach Boys, from spices to snorkelling and giant tortoises, Zanzibar's accessibility makes it an attractive tropical island get-away. In recent years, it has become a destination that offers South Africans a chance to experience tropical paradise for a ... (more)
Tue May 21, 2013
Can climate-friendly development survive a fossil fuel boom?
A girl carries a bucket of water on her head while families displaced by the floods wait to be registered under a large tree in Baue resettlement centre, in Mutarrara, Tete Province, in this photograph released by UNICEF on January 21, 2008.
Mon May 20, 2013
X marks the spot: The find that could rewrite Australian history
Kathy Marks is Asia-Pacific for The Independent, based in Sydney. She has also worked for Reuters and The Daily Telegraph.
Tanzania: Battling It Out in the World of Fashion
Dynamic full of energy with a keen eye for beauty, Subira Wahure has taken on the fashion industry in the country by storm with a penchant for promoting the African touch in her creations.
Tanzania: Dar es Salaam Loses Sh15 Billion Annually On Cement Tax Evasion
THE government suffers over 15bn/- loss annually in revenue due to smuggling and improperly taxed cement imports through Zanzibar, an industry source said in Dar es Salaam over the weekend.
Tanzania: MP Decries Shortage of Coins
A LAW maker expressed concern over the shortage of coins in various parts of the country, noting that the situation is affecting efficiency among petty business people.
Fri May 17, 2013
Canada and Tanzania sign investment treaty
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania, May 16, 2013 - African Press Organization - Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird and Bernard Membe, Tanzania's Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation, today issued the following statement upon signing the Canada-Tanzania Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement : "The agreement signed today ... (more)
Thu May 16, 2013
A true hedonist haven
Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous part of Tanzania comprising an archipelago off the mainland.