Natural Gas Lined Up for More Consumers

[Daily News] Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) has finally completed a feasibility study for the construction of natural gas supply infrastructure in Dar es Salaam, Lindi and Mtwara regions.

[Daily News] Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) has finally completed a feasibility study for the construction of natural gas supply infrastructure in Dar es Salaam, Lindi and Mtwara regions.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Zanzibar Roads Renovated

[Daily News] At least 9.5bn/- has been spent on the renovation of roads in Zanzibar, thanks to Market Infrastructure, Value Addition And Rural Finance (MIVARF).

[Daily News] At least 9.5bn/- has been spent on the renovation of roads in Zanzibar, thanks to Market Infrastructure, Value Addition And Rural Finance (MIVARF).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Report – Longido Kids Flee to Avoid School

[Daily News] John left Longido Secondary School in the middle of Form 3. He is from a traditional Maasai family. His father has four wives and a total of 30 children. (Project TEMBO)

[Daily News] John left Longido Secondary School in the middle of Form 3. He is from a traditional Maasai family. His father has four wives and a total of 30 children. (Project TEMBO)

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘Forex Dealers Fueling Price Hikes’

[The Herald] The premium charged by dealers on foreign currency sold to importers on the black market is the key driver of increases in the prices of most basic commodities, a study by the National Competitiveness Commission has concluded.

[The Herald] The premium charged by dealers on foreign currency sold to importers on the black market is the key driver of increases in the prices of most basic commodities, a study by the National Competitiveness Commission has concluded.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dry Weekend for Harare

[The Herald] Water supplies will be cut off to Harare residents from tomorrow to Sunday, as the Chinese contractor battles to complete the $144 million rehabilitation of the Morton Jaffray Water Treatment Plant, which is already behind schedule and aff…

[The Herald] Water supplies will be cut off to Harare residents from tomorrow to Sunday, as the Chinese contractor battles to complete the $144 million rehabilitation of the Morton Jaffray Water Treatment Plant, which is already behind schedule and affecting effective water availability in the city.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

State Won’t Bring Back Dinosaur Fossils

[Daily News] The government is not planning to bring back dinosaur fossils from Germany because the country lacks the capacity and technology required to preserve and display the remains for tourism purposes, the Deputy Minister for Tourism and Natural…

[Daily News] The government is not planning to bring back dinosaur fossils from Germany because the country lacks the capacity and technology required to preserve and display the remains for tourism purposes, the Deputy Minister for Tourism and Natural Resources, Eng Ramo Makani, told the National Assembly yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt Urged to Fund Agriculture Research

[The Herald] The Government is not funding agriculture research, a situation that is affecting acquisition of new knowledge on crops and livestock, Parliament heard on Tuesday.

[The Herald] The Government is not funding agriculture research, a situation that is affecting acquisition of new knowledge on crops and livestock, Parliament heard on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Private Sector’s Role Set in Sharper Perspective

[Daily News] The private sector has been cited as a major driving force in developing economies and a key partner in the type of work being done on tackling the most pressing development challenges.

[Daily News] The private sector has been cited as a major driving force in developing economies and a key partner in the type of work being done on tackling the most pressing development challenges.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ruling Party Candidate Promises to Admit Defeat in By-Election

[Monitor] Wakiso -The ruling National Resistance Movement candidate in the Kyadondo East by-election says he will not challenge the results of today’s by-election if he is declared loser.

[Monitor] Wakiso -The ruling National Resistance Movement candidate in the Kyadondo East by-election says he will not challenge the results of today's by-election if he is declared loser.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda