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Tanzania to build dam at heritage site

Tanzania's President John Magufuli has signed a deal for the construction of a hydro-electric power plant in one of East Africa's best-known game reserves, amid criticism from environmentalists.
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KNUST becomes first in West Africa to win 'Pan African Universities Debate' contest

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have won the 11th edition of the Pan African Universities Debate Championship (PAUDC) held in Dars es Salaam in Tanzania making, it the..
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Videos for Tanzania

Mantai - An Ancient Trade City [Video]Mantai - An Ancient Trade City  00:32

According to ScienceMag.org, "Grape seeds found in ancient Sri Lanka may have been imported by Roman merchants... But 1500 years ago, Mantai was a bustling port where merchants traded their era’s..

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Vt. Firefighter collects life-saving gear for Tanzanian counterparts [Video]Vt. Firefighter collects life-saving gear for Tanzanian counterparts  01:26

Man sending more than 140 sets of hats, jackets, boots and air tanks

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Tanzania's teenage mums: Government bans mothers from school [Video]Tanzania's teenage mums: Government bans mothers from school  03:00

Banned from school, Tanzania forces pregnant girls to choose between an education and their unborn child.

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Tanzania President Magufuli comes under attack over censorship [Video]Tanzania President Magufuli comes under attack over censorship  02:35

Even as Tanzania sees a turnaround in many areas, critics express concern over President John Magufuli's tactics.

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Tanzania's Ol Doinyo Lengai shows early sign of eruption [Video]Tanzania's Ol Doinyo Lengai shows early sign of eruption  02:57

Ol Doinyo Lengai is the only known active volcano with a type of lava that can move faster than a person.

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The Fragile Middle: Tanzania's cola wars [Video]The Fragile Middle: Tanzania's cola wars  04:08

Competition between Tanzania's fizzy drinks producers is hotting up and giving Coca-Cola a run for its money. Katrina Manson reports from Dar es Salaam on the challenges facing those retailers trying..

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Volt Resources receives final Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange approval for Tanzanian Note Issue

Volt Resources Ltd (ASX:VRC) has received final formal approval from the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange PLC (DSE) to list its Tanzanian Note Issue which aims to raise approximately US$40 million. This..
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Bloomberg: Barrick Gold moves toward resolution of Tanzania dispute


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Acacia shares rise on hopes of Tanzania dispute breakthrough


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Tanzania dam: Power plant planned in Selous Game Reserve

tanzania dam: power plant planned in selous game reserve
Symbol copyright Getty Pictures Symbol caption The Selous Recreation Reserve is house to an enormous vary of species, together with the African fish eagle Tanzania’s President John Magufuli has..
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Tanzania agrees to construct $3 billion dam in wildlife park

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (AP) — Tanzania has signed a $3 billion agreement with Egyptian companies to construct a huge hydroelectric plant in a game reserve that is a UNESCO World Heritage..
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Tanzania signs $3 billion hydro deal in heritage site despite concerns

Tanzania will build a $3 billion hydroelectric plant in a UNESCO world heritage site under a contract announced on Wednesday involving Egyptian companies despite concerns raised about the impact on..
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Tanzania: Indian Firm Wanted to Buy Cashews From Tanzania for U.S.$1 Per Kilogramme

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Two companies from India and Kenya wanted to buy 130,000 tonnes of cashew nuts from Tanzania for a price of Sh3,800 and Sh3,500 a kilo respectively, an official report shows.
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Africa: Tanzania Signs Over 2.6 Billion Worth Hydro-Power Project, Set to Be Largest in East Africa

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania has made a landmark breakthrough in signing a contract for the Sh6.5 trillion worth largest hydro-electric power station in East Africa, overtaking Uganda which was..
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Tanzania: Tanzania Signs Contract for Steigler's Gorge Major Hydroelectricity Project

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Speaker of the National Assembly, Mr Job Ndugai, has reaffirmed the Parliament's commitment to support construction of the 2,100MW Stiegler's Gorge hydropower project.
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Egyptian firms to build $3 billion power plant on Tanzanian world heritage site

Tanzania has signed a deal with Egypt's El Sewedy Electric Co and Arab Contractors to build a $3 billion hydroelectric plant on a World Heritage site in the country, that will more than double..
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Tanzania: Government Dissolves Tanzania Airport Authority Board

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Tanzania Airports Authority (TAA) board has been dissolved. This comes a few days after the President nullified the appointment of the board chairman Professor Ninatubu..
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