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SEVEN Zanzibari fishermen who on Monday went missing in the Indian Ocean were yesterday found alive in Mombasa, Kenya.
IT’S Kibiti again! The nation woke up yesterday to infuriating news of people whose identities and motives remain veiled gunned down two local leaders, bringing the death toll in Coast Region to over 40.
MORGAN Schneiderlin has been preparing for Everton’s pre-season trip to Tanzania by making an early visit to the east African nation! The Everton midfielder is currently enjoying a ‘safari’ honeymoon with his new bride Camille after they were married earlier this month.
IF the Statistics Fraternity is correct, Tanzania is home to the third-largest livestock herds in Africa, beaten in that line only by Ethiopia and Sudan. In Year-2016, the country boasted an estimated 25m herd of cattle – 98per cent of them indigenous breeds – 16.7m goats, 8m sheep and 2.4m pigs.
WE believe that whoever would write off a nation that doesn’t cherish its elderly citizens as utterly thankless wouldn’t risk being branded an exaggerator. For the segment of people in that category are generally considered to be a repository of wisdom, onto which younger generation members regularly tap.
THE 2017 Resource Governance Index, compiled by the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI), gave Tanzania’s oil and gas sector a weak overall score of 53 out of 100 points due to weak implementation of the oversight laws.
THE Tanzania Trade Development Authority (TANTRADE) has predicted stiff competitions among exhibitors during this year’s 41st Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair (DITF), saying all of them are determined to win the local and foreign markets for their products and services.
ARUSHA and Ngorongoro districts are enjoying an improved state of education provision in primary schools, thanks to support from The Robin & Sylvia Goodall Foundation.
SINGITA Grumeti has donated a vehicle and dedicated it to Serengeti Ecological Monitoring Project, which aims to ensure that there is sustainable conservation of Serengeti National Park (SENAPA).
UN response teams that help the most vulnerable people in the world are still largely underfunded, a new status report has revealed. The funding available to the teams is no match for the record number of people—141 million—who need assistance today.