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Gender equality in Arusha

A series of activities to mark Gender Week are planned in Arusha from 5-9 March. The week-long event coincides with the World International Women's Day on 8 March, and UNiTE to End Violence against Wo...
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Cattle rustling decreases in Tanzania

There has been a sharp decline in cattle rustling in Tanzania, according to figures released by the National Stock Theft Unit (STPU). There were 4,428 cases of cattle rustling reported last year, r...
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Increased wildlife poaching in Tanzania

An increasing amount of animals are being poached in the protected areas under the jurisdiction of Tanapa, the authority charged with managing Tanzania
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Arusha clashes with Tanzanian government over land

Offices for the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights (ACHPR) are to be built on a 174-hectare site which had originally been allocated for substantial development by the Arusha Rural District Co...
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New city plan called for Arusha

A committee has been formed to implement a new master plan for the city of Arusha, according to the chairman of the Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (TCCIA), Adolf Olomi. Add...
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Joint anti-poaching policies in eastern and southern Africa

Coordinated policies to combat poaching and the rise in the illegal trade of wildlife have been drawn up for eastern and southern African countries. The plans were announced by Tanzanian minister o...
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Arusha chapter of British Business Group opens

In his recent visit to Arusha Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, opened the Arusha chapter of the British Business Group, a network of ex-pats to promote British business in Tanzania. Mem...
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Dodoma linked to Great North Road via Arusha

Upgrading work has begun on the Dodoma to Mayamaya road in central Tanzania. The country's prime minister Mizengo Pinda inaugurated the 44 km stretch, which is being surfaced with tarmac, on 12 Novemb...
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Dodoma linked to Great North Road via Arusha

Upgrading work has begun on the Dodoma to Mayamaya road in central Tanzania. The country's prime minister Mizengo Pinda inaugurated the 44 km stretch, which is being surfaced with tarmac, on 12 Novemb...
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Arusha chapter of British Business Group opens

During his recent visit to Arusha Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, opened the Arusha chapter of the British Business Group, a network of ex-pats to promote British business in Tanzania....
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Mining conference in Arusha

The Tanzanian Mining and Energy Conference and Exhibition (TMECE) is being held in Arusha from 19-20 October. At last 25 countries will be represented at the event which has been organised by Tanzania
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Work to begin on Serengeti road

Construction of Tanzania
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Tanzania and Uganda to build dam on Kagera river

Tanzania and Uganda have signed a memorandum of understanding to undertake the development and operation of a 16MW hydropower project on the Kagera river that divides both countries. The Kikagati-M...
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Safari International Marathon in Arusha

The second edition of the annual Safari International Marathon is scheduled to take place in Arusha on 18 September. Organisers hope to attract over 1,000 participants, with contestants confirmed...
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Tanzania to help drought victims

The Tanzanian government is to assist neighbouring countries affected by a severe drought by allowing them to negotiate directly with its ministry of agriculture to procure some of its 1.7 million ton...
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Evictions to make way for shopping mall in Arusha

Residents in Kaloleni near the city centre are to be evicted from land owned by the Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC) to make way for a shopping mall being built by the AICC. Its managing...
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Arusha airport to open for regional flights

Some international flights will be able to use Arusha municipal airport (ARK) according to an annoucement by the Tanzanian government made at the recent Karibu Tourism Trade Fair. Regional flights...
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Permanent site for Tanzanian tourism fair

The Tanzanian government has granted the Karibu Travel and Tourism Fair (KTTF) a 20-hectare site to build a permanent venue in Kisongo, a satellite town of Arusha. The prime minister Mizengo Pinda...
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