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Traffic jams at Tazara to end September

DAR ES SALAAM motorists and commuters may now heave a sigh of relief following good news that the eagerly awaited Tazara flyover, the intersection of Nyerere Road and Nelson Mandela Expressway, will now be operational…

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Tanzania’s energy uncovered Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG): the fuel that could power Tanzania’s econo

ENERGY supply is one of the greatest challenges facing the planet as traditional fuel sources such as coal and oil run out. This is on top of the mounting condemnation from communities determined to tackle climate…

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EU upbeat on trade, investment with Tanzania

AS Europeans prepare for the second Europe day celebrations in Dodoma city this Thursday, the European Union (EU) has called for enhanced trade and investment relations between the European countries and Tanzania…

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Tanzania tourist attractions highlighted at major stakeholders’ show

SOUTH Africa Minister for Tourism, Mr. Derek Hanekom, has invited tourists across the world to visit Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park. He has emphasized that out there, tourists can witness largest…

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Dar registers 2.4trl/- new mega investment projects

THE Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) registered 89 new major projects valued at 1,057.37 million US Dollars (2.4tri/-) between January and April, 2018, thanks to improved investment environment. TIC Executive Director,…

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Balozi Shelukindo ahimiza wafanyabiashara kuchangamkia fursa za biashara Ufaransa.

Pamoja na mambo mengine lengo la mkutano  huo ilikuwa kuelezea fursa za masoko nchini Ufaransa kwa wafanyabiashara wa Tanzania. Mkutano huu ulitanguliwa na ziara ya siku mbili(2), tarehe 17 na 18 Aprili,2018,…

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Serengeti voted best tourist choice

TANZANIA'S second largest National Park, the Serengeti, has beat South-Africa's famous Kruger National Park in being the continent's most popular tourist destination as per recent survey. In a poll by…

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Natural gas uses save 22tri/-

POWER generation through natural gas has helped the government to save 10 billion US dollars (over 22tri/-) in 13-year period, according to Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC). The government saved…

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