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Initially, when reports on five deaths emerged, Tanzania described the disease as “unknown” and “possibly contagious” and samples of those affected were sent to the National Public Health Laboratory for…
United States of East Africa? Work for the Confederation Constitution Starts
Political Confederation, or the alliance of East African Countries, was adopted as a Transitional Model of the anticipated East African Political Federation.
Tanzania now working to replace India as global producer of organic cotton
All textile processing firms and leading global garments manufacturers in the world are turning to organic cotton. Tanzanian growers have already been certified to be 100 percent organic
Volkswagen opens New Vehicle assembly plant in Ghana
After Kenya and Rwanda, Germany's Volkswagen skips Tanzania to set up assembly plant in Ghana
Tanzania now works to produce 2 million tons of organic food in the next decade.
The world is caught between two devils: global food shortages and unhealthy eating. Tanzania is out to address both.
Kenya Floats New Water Bus on Lake Victoria ahead of Tanzania’s MV Mwanza
Kenya is reintroducing water taxi services on its parts of the Lake Victoria Waters just as Tanzania prepares to sail the giant MV Mwanza
Atomic Energy Commission accomplishes Projects worth nearly 30 billion/-
Projects include new headquarters in Dodoma and the State-of-the-art, Radiochemistry Analysis laboratory in Arusha.
Saak Saakul the Trio Madjesi Sinatra Dies in The Netherlands
More Rhumba Giants are falling; hardly a week after the death of Lokassa ya Mbongo, the Trio Madjesi Sinatra, Saakul departs from the world
Tanzania Presence felt at ITB Travel Fair in Germany
Nearly 70,000 tourists from Germany visit Tanzania every year, making Berlin an important market source for Dar's travel industry.
Wajakhoyah says he was detained upon landing in Tanzania
Former Kenyan Presidential aspirant, Prof Wajakhoya was briefly detained at the airport upon landing in Northern Tanzania
Lions Club Free Eye Clinic restores sight to previously blind Dodoma Residents
Most eye problems can easily be cured only that many people cannot afford treatments and end up losing their sights
Kenya’s Presidential Candidate, Wajackoyah to address rally in Arusha, Tanzania
In 2020 during his escape from Tanzania, the Arusha Member of Parliament, Godbless Lema was held at the Kajiado Police Station and Wajackoya rushed to his rescue.
Tanzanian Identity Cards Now Valid for Life
Until Death Does Us Asunder! If you happen to have a Tanzanian National Identity Card then the document is now yours for life, it no longer has expiry period.