The Chairperson of the 'Emerging Tourism Enterprises Association', Ms. Katrina Kandjii, has been invited to participate in a visit to Germany, themed 'Environmental Protection and Green Tourism in Germany'. The visit takes place from 30 July until 5 August 2017 and is part of the …Read More
DAR-ES-SALAAM,Just days after Tanzania and Uganda signed an agreement to pave the way for the construction of a 1,400-kilometre oil pipeline from Hoima in western Ugandan to the port of Tanga in northeastern Tanzania, steps are being taken to appoint a contractor to carry out …Read More
DAR-ES-SALAAM, Tanzanian exports to its fellow members in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) sub-regional grouping has hit the one billion US dollars mark, says Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs and East African Co-operation Dr Susan Kolimba.
She told Parliament here Tuesday that in 2007, …Read More
ARUSHA, The six-nation East African Community (EAC) is taking steps to ensure maritime safety, boost environmental conservation as well as tackle illegal fishing to check a massive decline in the population of the Nile Perch in Lake Victoria.
Research carried out by the Lake Victoria …Read More
DODOMA, TANZANIA,The number of tourists visiting Tanzania has increased from 867,994 in 2011 to 1,284,279 in 2016, boosting earnings from the sector to more than 2.21 billion US dollars from 1.33 billion USD over the period under review, says Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism …Read More
The Economic and Social Council Forum on Financing for Development follow-up opened its expert segment today with a panel discussion and set of three thematic round tables dedicated to garnering the vast resources required to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Alexander Trepelkov, Director …Read More
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzanian Pres John Magufuli has assured China National Machin- ery Industry Federation (CNMIF) of his government support in its plan to invest in the country's power, industry and agricultural sectors.
Dr Magufuli gave the assurance in Dar es Salaam during his talks …Read More
United Nations agencies are joining forces with governments in Southern Africa in a push to strengthen protections for persons with albinism, who often fall victim to a raft of abuses, including maiming, trafficking and even murder, linked to the belief that their parts have magical …Read More