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    17 Manyara lodges, hostels get EAC certification 

    The aim of this study was to Award certificates to hotels and lodges, 17 of which earned between one and four stars. Seventeen properties serving as hotels and lodges in Manyara region have passed the certification criteria ...
    Author: Nkwame, Marc
    Publishing Date: 2013-07-11
    Publisher: Daily News
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    60 firms to take part in tourism exhibition in Germany 

    60 Tanzanian tourist firms have applied to take part in the international tourism exchange fair in Germany. The United Kingdom (UK) based firm has been assigned to construct a booth for Tanzania and have it completed before ...
    Author: Philemon, Beatrice
    Publishing Date: 2012-02-13
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    African states urged to jointly promote tourism 

    African countries have been advised to emphasize the importance of regional and sub-regional cooperation in promoting tourist attractions to make them be well known in other countries. This was said by the Gambia Tourism ...
    Author: Philemon, Beatrice
    Publishing Date: 2011-06-22
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Amend Hotel Levy Act to raise revenue, experts proposal 

    The article reports about recommendations on the hotel levy Act in Tanzania. The Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) has recommended that the Hotel Levy Act should be amended. TPSF argue this on the ground that the ...
    Author: Kasumuni, Ludger
    Publishing Date: 2012-06-14
    Publisher: The Citizen
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Arusha entrepreneurs form business forum 

    The 2011 daily news article reports about a business forum for Arusha traders. What started as a simple forum for Arusha traders to share a light moment at Kibo Palace Hotel is now a formal commitment where multi-million-dollar ...
    Author: Business Correspondent
    Publishing Date: 2011-12-19
    Publisher: Daily News
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Arusha tourists' arrivals decline by 10 per cent 

    This The Guardian newspaper article by Lusekelo Philemon reports about the 100% decrease of tourists’ arrival in Arusha. The decrease is associated with global economic crisis. In order to address the problem Arusha ...
    Author: Philemon, Lusekelo
    Publishing Date: 2010-03-19
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    As region to receive over 100m tourists 

    TThe East African community (EAC) member states may not be attracting Chinese tourists to visit the states tourists’ attraction The Citizen reports. EAC secretary general said that the community is looking for 5m b/n to ...
    Author: Ihucha, Adam
    Publishing Date: 2011-11-28
    Publisher: The East African
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    An assessment of sustainable tourism in Tanzania. 

    This master's thesis study (2013) investigates the benefits of sustainable tourism in Tanzania. The author examines the role of the government in sustainable tourism, evaluates and identifies the best practices for sustainable ...
    Author: Mushi, Yvonne Baldwin
    Publishing Date: 2013
    Publisher: United states international university.
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    Document type: Research report

    Bad regulations dog tourism promo 

    This newspaper article is about poor regulations in the tourism sector in Tanzania. It is reported that the regulations somehow edges out small enterprises in the tourism business or they are forced to operate informally. ...
    Author: Msimbe, Beda
    Publishing Date: 2012-06-04
    Publisher: Daily News
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Bagamoyo poised for socio-economic change through tourism development 

    This 2010 article reports on initiatives being taken to develop tourism in the district of Bagamoyo, Tanzania under support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)’s Tanzania Coastal Management ...
    Author: The Guardian Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2010-06-22
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Best ways to make tourism tick 

    The Global Tourism week held in Mwanza in 2013, was an event centered on sustainability of tourism. The most important discovery was the fact that the lake zone was apparently an unnoticed gateway to central and eastern ...
    Author: Akko, Cyrill
    Publishing Date: 1/29/13
    Publisher: The Citizen
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Blackout: Now hoteliers want fuel tax cut 

    Members of the Hotel Association of Tanzania (HAT) have requested a 20% fuel tax relief to ease the effect that the power crisis has on the industry. The chairman of HAT said at a news conference in Dar es Salaam that ...
    Author: The Citizen Team
    Publishing Date: 2011-07-28
    Publisher: The Citizen
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Cluster wants Bagamoyo to be tourist heritage centre by 2018 

    Chairperson of the Bagamoyo Tourist cluster has told The Guardian during the sixth regional conference on Innovation system that the Bagamoyo residents have set up a new cluster in the district with the aim of transforming ...
    Author: Philemon, Beatrice
    Publishing Date: 2009-11-15
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Coca-cola to sponsor students in e-tourism seminars 

    Coca-cola East and Central Africa business unit will sponsor ten tourism students from Zanzibar and ten travel agents to attend e-tourism seminars to be held in Arusha later this month.Cocacola had decided to support the ...
    Author: Samwel, Njonanje
    Publishing Date: 2009-05-18
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Community threatens to take over Ngorongoro world heritage site 

    The community has given the government up 22 December to start providing its people food as stipulated in agreement with Maasai community otherwise to allow them to start farming in Ngorongoro world heritage site.The Maasai ...
    Author: Ihucha, Adam
    Publishing Date: 2012-12-08
    Publisher: The East African
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Cultural tourism project booming in Kilimanjaro 

    This article reports about cultural tourism in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. The Kilimanjaro Native farmers union KNCU (1984) limited has launched a community-based cultural tourism project to diversity sources of revenue for ...
    Author: Ondigo, Daniel
    Publishing Date: 2010-05-19
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Despite the crunch, tourism has better room for growth than other sectors 

    This 2009 newspaper article reports on potential of the tourism sector to drive economic growth in Tanzania and Africa in general. According to an interview with the African Travel Association (ATA) executive director, ...
    Author: Philemon, Beatrice
    Publishing Date: 2009-07-24
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Devise better strategy to lure domestic tourists-call 

    This 2011 article outlines the need for regional and district tourism officers to develop a strategy to attract more domestic tourists in Tanzania. According to an official from Universal Peace Federation who had recently ...
    Author: Philemon, Beatrice
    Publishing Date: 2011-06-30
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    EAC countries must do better in tourism 

    The newspaper reports about tourism sector in East Africa. East African member states have been argued to improve the tourism sector in order to promote development. Renowned as the cradle of mankind, East Africa has always ...
    Author: The Guardian Editor
    Publishing Date: 2010-02-15
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    EAC for quality tourists services in regional bloc 

    The newspaper article reports about tourism sector in the East African Community (EAC). EAC productive sectors director Dr. Nyamajeje weggoro has underscored the importance of focusing on Quality rather than quantity for ...
    Author: The Guardian Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2011-09-05
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article