Minister Directs Contractor to ‘Keep Pace

[Daily News] Water and Irrigation Minister, Gerson Lwenge has directed a contractor who is working on a project to install water pipelines from Lake Victoria to Tabora Region to speed up his pace and finish the work on time within their agreement.

[Daily News] Water and Irrigation Minister, Gerson Lwenge has directed a contractor who is working on a project to install water pipelines from Lake Victoria to Tabora Region to speed up his pace and finish the work on time within their agreement.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Local Investor Alleges ‘Frog-March’ Ordeal

[Daily News] The parties to a landmark case involving three offshore gas blocks in Mtwara Region, have failed to settle out of court a deal under which businessman Moto Mabanga claims to have been ‘frog-marched’ on orders of his partners in three forei…

[Daily News] The parties to a landmark case involving three offshore gas blocks in Mtwara Region, have failed to settle out of court a deal under which businessman Moto Mabanga claims to have been 'frog-marched' on orders of his partners in three foreign-owned companies in his own established gas exploration turf.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

NGOs Rally for More Govt Support for Poor People

[Daily News] All non-governmental organisations operating in the country have been asked to consider helping school-age orphans with various learning material to ease their education process.

[Daily News] All non-governmental organisations operating in the country have been asked to consider helping school-age orphans with various learning material to ease their education process.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Pupils Take Measures to Improve ‘Their Lot

[Daily News] In efforts to support the government’s move in providing proper learning environments in schools, activists are introducing what they call advocacy clubs for mobilisation capacity building among pupils.

[Daily News] In efforts to support the government's move in providing proper learning environments in schools, activists are introducing what they call advocacy clubs for mobilisation capacity building among pupils.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

A Call for Books in Kiswahili

[Daily News] Guangzhou -Deputy Chinese ambassador to Tanzania, Haodang Gou has advised that Chinese books that cover issues of cooperation among African countries, including economic relations between Tanzania and China, be published in Swahili language.

[Daily News] Guangzhou -Deputy Chinese ambassador to Tanzania, Haodang Gou has advised that Chinese books that cover issues of cooperation among African countries, including economic relations between Tanzania and China, be published in Swahili language.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Opposition MPs Condemn ‘Journalists Attackers

[Daily News] Members of Parliament (MP) from the opposition camp have condemned recent attack on journalists who were attending a meeting organised by Civic United Front (CUF) leaders in Dar es Salaam, saying the government should act to ensure such a …

[Daily News] Members of Parliament (MP) from the opposition camp have condemned recent attack on journalists who were attending a meeting organised by Civic United Front (CUF) leaders in Dar es Salaam, saying the government should act to ensure such a thing does not occur again.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Zimbabweans Poorest, Survey Finds, But Who’s the Wealthiest?

[Namibian] NAMIBIANS are the third wealthiest people in Africa, according to an April 2017 report by Mauritius’ AfrAsia Bank and Johannesburg-based market research firm New World Wealth.

[Namibian] NAMIBIANS are the third wealthiest people in Africa, according to an April 2017 report by Mauritius' AfrAsia Bank and Johannesburg-based market research firm New World Wealth.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Kenyans Turn to Camels to Cope With Climate Change

[Deutsche Welle] While parts of Kenya are becoming drier, a growing number of people are starting to keep camels. The animals are more drought-resistant than cows – and their highly nutritious milk is catching on around the world.

[Deutsche Welle] While parts of Kenya are becoming drier, a growing number of people are starting to keep camels. The animals are more drought-resistant than cows - and their highly nutritious milk is catching on around the world.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

IITA Empowers Youth On Agripreneurs

[Daily News] International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) embarked on empowering unemployed university graduates into commercial farmers, an initiative that will transform them into agripreneurs.

[Daily News] International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) embarked on empowering unemployed university graduates into commercial farmers, an initiative that will transform them into agripreneurs.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Customers Benefit From German Solar Firm

[Daily News] Three customers have won various solar appliances from the German based firm, Mobisol Solar Energy firm energy that provides services in unconnected areas to the national grid.

[Daily News] Three customers have won various solar appliances from the German based firm, Mobisol Solar Energy firm energy that provides services in unconnected areas to the national grid.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania