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Spain set to be one of Tanzania top tourist sources

Tanzania, Aug. 12 -- Arusha. Spain could become one of the leading sources of tourists to Tanzania if the current marketing drive is sustained. Industry players are optimistic the number of visitors ... Read More


Regional analysts worried Tanzania-Kenya tiff to hurt tourism

Tanzania, Aug. 2 -- Arusha. Kenya and Tanzania moved yesterday to calm mounting anxiety over a standoff on each other's airspace use apparently arising from the management of the coronavirus pandemic.... Read More


African court orders Tanzania to allow challenges to presidential results

Tanzania, July 16 -- Dar es Salaam. The African rights court on Wednesday ordered Tanzania to amend a section of its constitution which bars any court from probing the election of a president after a ... Read More


Job Lusinde's eventful life inside the corridors of power

Tanzania, July 8 -- Arusha. The date was August 6, 1998. The venue was Mpanda Town in the then Rukwa Region. President Benjamin Mkapa was gracing the extension of Katavi National Park, which would la... Read More


Funding crisis could bring EAC operations to a grinding halt

Tanzania, July 1 -- Arusha. The East African Community (EAC) may grind to a halt due to unprecedented financial woes. Already members of the East African Legislative Assembly (Eala) and staff have com... Read More


What next after Laizer sells biggest Tanzanite gemstones in history worth Sh7.7billion?

Tanzania, June 25 -- Arusha. Small scale miner Saniniu Laizer has made history after he became the first man to mine biggest Tanzanite gemstones in history, the first gemstone weighed 9.27kg, while th... Read More


Covid-19 pandemic cuts household spending in East Africa

Tanzania, June 23 -- Arusha. Household spending in the East African Community (EAC) bloc is down by 20 per cent due to Covid-19. The fall has negatively impacted on the region's manufacturing sector,... Read More


Movement of trucks resumes at Tanzania, Uganda border

Tanzania, June 20 -- Arusha. Movement of car-go trucks has finally resumed across the Tanzania/Uganda common border after weeks of uncertainty following brawls over Covid-19 test for truck drivers. T... Read More