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Mtwara THE Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Mtwara Region branch has strongly differed with the Cashewnut Board of Tanzania (CBT) over the indicative cashew price released for the 2013/2014 season and has demanded for the farmers to be careful with the plan.
Jakaya Kikwete has said the presence of Chinese business firms would not affect or interfere with the operations of American business companies wishing to invest in Tanzania. "China is among the leading countries supporting development projects in
Afraid of offend the authorities and worried about their safety, journalists are failing to report the whole story on topics like corruption and political and civil unrest, said the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), a New York-based non-profit
Mtwara, Tanzania's The Guardian reported Wednesday (July 10th)...Violence against media personnel and activists denies the public its right to information and is making Mtwara seem more peaceful than it is, he said. Lieutenant Colonel Kapambala Mgawe
The recent protests in southern Tanzania were triggered by grievances regarding natural gas discoveries, but regional discontent has deep historical roots. On 22 May, 2013 protests and street battles erupted in the southern Tanzanian region of Mtwara
Police are searching for people who distributed threatening leaflets and text messages shortly before riots in Mtwara last week, Tanzania's Daily News reported Monday (May 27th). Leaflets and text messages threatening anyone who did not comply with a
University of Dar es Salaam Senior Economics Lecturer, Dr Haji Semboja has advised. Speaking at a workshop on 'Understanding social and economic policies, economic growth and development' here recently, Dr Semboja said that earlier this week's chaos
US-based energy firm, Symbion Power has allayed public fears over possible power cuts in the country in the wake of its dispute with Mogas Ltd. The company's assurance comes a few days after the High Court last week instructed Symbion Power and Mogas
BG Tanzania announced that it had completed another successful drill stem test in offshore Tanzania about 45-kms from Mtwara, with tests on the Mzia-2 well flowing at a maximum rate of 57 million standard cubic feet (mscf) of natural gas per day. "
Most tellingly, Tanzania's education system has failed to equip the local Makonde people with skills. Many are illiterate and lack the work ethic to satisfy even the most tolerant of employers. The Makonde are often stereotyped elsewhere in Tanzania