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Today our readers come from Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Nigeria,…

Foreign investors stay away from Dar on opening week

“Foreign investors stayed away from the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) in the year’s first week of trading with…

Rains Wreak Havoc in Dar es Salaam

“Transport services in Dar es Salaam have been disrupted following the authorities decision to close the Morogoro Road at Jangwani…

Aga Khan University seeks to recruit an Assistant Professor – Comparative Studies in Education and Global Development

The Aga Khan University seeks to recruit an Assistant Professor in Comparative Studies in Education and Global Development. Additional details…

a brief note on east african airports

“Ethiopia and Tanzania have been expanding airports, whereas Kenya seems to have stopped further expansion of its own main port…

Blow to Northern Corridor As Tanzania Signs Deal to Link SGR to Burundi, DRC

“The SGR link gives landlocked Burundi and DRC direct access to the Dar es Salaam Port, greatly boosting Tanzania’s Central…

Congo River in danger

“Human activities including random tree felling for charcoal in the Congo Forest and other parts of the DRC, small and…

Unveiling Africa’s beauty secrets

“The 12th edition of Swahili Fashion Week kicks off in Dar es Salaam with a promise of glitz and glamour…

List of African cities by GDP

In the past we have discussed the number of High Net Worth Individuals and their distribution.  We decided today to…

First phase of Dar SGR likely to miss deadline slowed by rains

“Tanzania is unlikely to meet the November deadline for the first phase of the 300km-long $1.9 billion standard gauge railway…

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