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Tanzania, Uganda top EA’s project funding needs this year

“Tanzania and Uganda’s oil and pipeline projects will top this year’s infrastructure transactions in the region, with the two countries…

Rumours of war: When the smoke clears, what’s emerging is more like a game of chess

Absolutely brilliant article by CHARLES ONYANGO-OBBO https://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/news/ea/War-drums-in-EAC-or-a-game-of-chess/4552908-4985578-xeb8jsz/index.html You may also be interested in: EAC summit finally takes off amid discord What…

Tanzania: Crocodiles Wreak Havoc on District, Kill Child

“According to him, a group of about six children had gone to the lake to fetch water, but the crocodile…

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: ‘Boys Lead in School Dropout’

“While society believes that girls lead in school dropouts, the government has said the situation on the ground is different.”…

Tanzania: Tourism Tops Tanzania Foreign Exchange Receipts in 2018

“Tourism sector was the main contributor of foreign exchange receipts by the country in the year to December 2018, a…

Tanzania’s Search for Missing Millions Raises Questions Over $1 Billion

where did the money go? why the expenditure of so much public money is unaccounted for? why the parliament? dismissed…

Something is not right…in Tanzania

Few months ag we reported that the Tanzanian government was worried about the fact that it was not collecting much…

Tanzanian Prime Minister Clarifies Low Cashew Nuts Price

“The government said yesterday it was paying Sh2,600 per kilogram for some cashew nuts due to their quality.” https://allafrica.com/stories/201902080877.html You…

Tanzania-Kenya joint power project kicks into high gear

“The Kenya-Tanzania Power Interconnection Project  (…) is being implemented by the Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) through a $258.82 million…

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