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WHO suspects that Tanzania had a case of Ebola

“The World Health Organization issued a statement on Saturday about unofficial reports it has received that a person allegedly died…

To make real progress, we must go back to 800BC

“Nothing much is happening in the villages, where most voters still live but which people are leaving in ever larger…

Italian firms to invest over $24m in Tanzania’s leather sector

“Toscana Machine Calzature (TMC) and ItalProgetti have signed an agreement with Prisons Department and the Public Service Social Security Fund…

“Tanzania Convicts ‘Ivory Queen’ for Trafficking Elephant Tusks”

“A Tanzanian court on Tuesday sentenced a Chinese businesswoman known as the “Ivory Queen” to 15 years in prison for…

Blood bags in Dar es Salaam?

“Health Ministry, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children has dismissed the reports circulated on social media networks suggesting that there…

Tanzania lifted slum dwellers out of poverty

Tanzanian Government’s decision to formal land titles or residential licenses is expected to lift urban poor out of poverty https://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/news/ea/Tanzania-slum-dwellers-tackle-poverty/4552908-4969252-nsc3esz/index.html…

We Need Maritime Strategies That Encourage Trade Within Africa

“The Kenyan Permanent Secretary for Shipping and Maritime Affairs Nancy Karigithu spoke with Fred Oluoch about use of marine resources…

Tanzania Ranked Third On List of Highest Wage Inequality

“Tanzania has been ranked third among 64 surveyed countries in the world with the highest level of wage inequality after…

E-Waste Management Still Troubles Tanzania

“Managing electronic waste (e-waste) is still a challenge in Tanzania as technology is poor, funds and personnel are inadequate and…

Uganda now moving to revive transport and trade on Lake Victoria

Uganda has renovated its railway line from Port Bell to Kampala,  has renovated the port and two ships, but the…

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