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Dar es Salaam Tanzania drew international attention this year by almost trebling its appraisal of its natural gas reserves. Now confirmed at 43 Trillion Cubic feet (TCF), they are valued around $430 billion. The discovery mirrors a larger energy boom
Tanzania's year-on-year inflation rate eased in May to 18.2%, from 18.7% in April this year. Neighboring Kenya and Uganda, inflation was driven up partly by high fuel and food costs. The Bank of Tanzania (BOT) intends to move to more active use of
WFP is reaching 1.5 million vulnerable people with food relief in the areas of Somalia such as Puntland, Somaliland, central regions, Mogadishu and boarder areas of the south. Ragan said Dar port was a centre point for their operations by land and
Speaking exclusively to East African Business Week in Dar es Salaam last week, Mr. Elias Mtinda, the Agriculture and Food Security Advisor of the ActionAid Tanzania, said there is a need for the government to make its own decision without being
Group Shelves Demos On Laws Mkinga Mkinga 24 November 2011 Dar es Salaam Tanzania Constitution Forum (TCF) has rescheduled its nationwide demonstrations meant to contest the passing of the Constitutional Review Act 2011 Bill by Parliament last week.
Rating Harambee Stars has unveiled a new design of uniform for their home and away matches. The Adidas kit features the all the four colours of the national flag and will be used by Harambee Stars at the Cecafa Senior Challenge that begins in Dar es
Minister 6 November 2011 Dar es Salaam Tanzania's future in the information technology sector looks positive with the construction of a broadband backbone connecting major urban centres, but low literacy remains a challenge taping the benefits of the
On Spot Over Mobile Call Congestion Songa Wa Songa and Alawi Masare 5 November 2011 Dar es Salaam Tanzania could be facing an unprecedented mobile telephony crisis, with the regulatory authority apparently caught napping on its oversight role on
in communities bordering conservation areas is a milestone in fighting poverty and sustainable development.
TCRA Expenses Shock Frank Kimboy 2 November 2011 Dar es Salaam A Parliamentary committee yesterday directed the Controller and Auditor General (CAG) and the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) to launch investigations into the extravagant