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US support for Tanzania's electrical power sector

Hillary Clinton, the US secretary state, has pledged support for Tanzania
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Dar es Salaam hosts international communication meet

Dar es Salaam is hosting the Tanzania Marketing Communications Conference 2011 on 24 June. The international meeting will be attended by up to 200 professionals who will listen to experts from Nigeria...
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Copper smelting not commercially viable in Tanzania

Copper concentrates from Tanzanian gold mines will continue being exported because there is not a sufficient quantity to warrant the establishment of a smelter in the country, the chief executive offi...
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Emergency power plant for Dar es Salaam

Tanzania Electric Supply Limited (Tanesco) has begun construction of power plants in Dar es Salaam and Mwanza as part of the government
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E-government launched in Dar es Salaam

The Tanzanian government has launched an electronic programme known as e-government to train civil servants in Information Communication Technology (ICT). The announcement was made during the sixth in...
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Shortage of office space in Dar es Salaam

Experts have predicted a shortage of office spaces in Dar es Salaam in the coming years. Despite the city
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Serengeti road debate continues

A debate in Dar es Salaam about the construction of the Serengeti highway aired conflicting opinions between the tourist operators, against the road, and the Maasai and Kurya communities, which suppor...
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Changes to Tanzania’s hunting rules

New regulations governing the allocation of Tanzanian hunting areas or "blocks" and their increased prices have been announced by the government. The new scheme will see the amount of blocks raised fr...
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Save the Serengeti Day

The first Serengeti International Day on 19 March set up a series of new initiatives to stop the Tanzanian government building a road through the Serengeti Park. Italy, Germany and Australia are now...
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Sugar seminar in Dar es Salaam

Organised by the European Union, the EU-Africa Regional Sugar Seminar takes place on 8-10 March at the Sea Cliff Hotel in Dar es Salaam. The seminar provides an opportunity for African stakeholders an...
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Sugar seminar in Dar es Salaam

Organised by the European Union, the EU-Africa Regional Sugar Seminar takes place on 8-10 March at the Sea Cliff Hotel in Dar es Salaam. The seminar provides an opportunity for African stakeholders an...
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Expansion of Dar es Salaam port

The Tanzanian Ports Authority (TPA) has drawn up plans to expand and modernise the port of Dar es Salaam. As a major gateway to eastern, central and southern Africa, the port handles more than 75 per...
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Illegal foreign traders told to leave Tanzania

The Tanzanian government has threatened the thousands of illegal foreign street traders with deportation if they do not leave Tanzania within one month. Predominantly Chinese, many of the traders can...
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New flights from Dar es Salaam to Mwanza

Airline company Fly 540 has launched direct flights between Dar es Salaam and Mwanza, on the western shores of Lake Victoria. Initially the company will operate 11 flights a week and it is hoped that...
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Tanzania steps up efforts to prevent illegal cross-border migration

In order to support efforts against illegal migration and human trafficking in southern Africa the European Union has given its support to a project devised by the Tanzanian government together with t...
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Kikwete returns to power in Tanzania

Jakaya Kikwete was sworn in for his second term as president of Tanzania on 6 November having won 5,276,827 votes or 61.1 per cent of the total turnout. Willibrord Slaa, Kikwete
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Vote counting slow in Tanzanian elections

With vote counting going slowly after the presidential and parliamentary elections in Tanzania on 31 October tension is rising across the country. The incumbent president, Jakaya Kikwete, for the...
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Tanzanians ready for 2010 elections

Tanzanians go to the polls on 31 October to elect the president and 232 new members of parliament, or Bunge. Jakaya Kikwete, the incumbent president, for the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi party (CCM)...
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