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NMT launches programme to tap opportunities in tourism industry

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 30 -- THE National Museums of Tanzania (NMT) has launched a programme of motivating the youth at universities and colleges to promote cultural and heritage tourism and as well grab... Read More


Dar envisions to become fuel trade hub

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 28 -- TANZANIA envisions becoming a centre for oil trade in East and Central Africa following the construction of fuel terminals and large storage facilities in the country. The c... Read More


Govt moves to improve primary health care 

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 28 -- THE government will soon start providing training to medical officers in charge from 8,670 primary health facilities to enhance provision of quality   services at t... Read More


Free education gets impetus as DART allocates more students-designated buses

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 20 -- FOR some time now primary and secondary school students in Dar es Salaam region have been facing a major challenge in accessing transport to and from their respective schools... Read More


IFM tips entrepreneurs to cultivate investment mindset

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 16 -- THE Institute of finance management (IFM) has conducted a professional Business clinic for nearly 500 small-scale traders from the Dar es Salaam Region to cultivate an invest... Read More


Increased BRT fare starts to bite today

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 16 -- COMMUTERS in Dar es Salaam City relying on the Rapid Bus Transit (BRT) services will from today start bearing with increased fares as announced by the Dar es Salaam Rapid Tra... Read More


Deputy Minister wants strong supervision on BRT construction

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 15 -- DEPUTY Minister for Works and Transport, Engineer Godfrey Kasekenya, has ordered effective supervision and management of the ongoing construction of the third phase of the Ra... Read More


DART allocates more buses for ferrying students

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 14 -- THE Dar es Salaam Rapid Transit Agency (DART), has allocated four large buses to ferry students to and from school early in the morning and evening to complement government e... Read More


SGR transport revolution, cutting carbon emissions

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 13 -- Tanzania will this year start transporting passengers and cargo through its new Standard Gauge Railway (SGR), which will bring a revolution not only in Tanzania, but als... Read More


Transporters raise concern over new tax

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 11 -- MEMBERS of The Tanzania Truck Owners Association (TATOA) have expressed concern over the newly introduced law regarding the taxation of road transporters that requires them t... Read More