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    $206m US grant to help Tanzania boost power generating capacity 

    The US is injecting at least $206 million into energy projects in Tanzania that will help boost the country’s power generation capacity. This was said by US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton when visited the country. Thus ...
    Author: The Daily News Reporter; The Daily News Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2011-06-24
    Publisher: Daily News
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    2100MW Hydropower project in Pipeline 

    The 2100MW hydropower project estimated to cost about two billion US Dollars will soon take off following clearance by the government. The project is the undertaking between the Rufiji Basin Development Authority (RUBADA) ...
    Author: The Daily News Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2010-04-01
    Publisher: Daily News
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    2100MW power station set for launch 

    The government of Tanzania plan to build a huge Stiegler’s Gorge power project to end the acute power shortage. This was revealed in Dar es salaam by the Director general of the Rufiji Basin Development Authority (Rubada) ...
    Author: Sumila, Veneranda
    Publishing Date: 2012-06-28
    Publisher: The Citizen
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    $4.7b railway line linking Dar, Rwanda, Burundi to begin 2014 

    This article reports on the Tanzanian government plans to develop a railway system that will connect the agricultural, mining and industrial hubs, of Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan to the ports of Dar es salaam ...
    Author: Mike, Adam; Ihucha, Mande
    Publishing Date: 2012-01-09
    Publisher: The East African
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    64.5bn/- to improve water supply in Mwanza 

    Mwanza Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (MWAUWASA) released 64.5bn/- worth of projects supported by African Development Bank (AFDB) for selected schools and public spaces or commercial buildings within the ...
    Author: Ochieng, Robert
    Publishing Date: 2016-10-31
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Agriculture experts tasked to help harvest rain water 

    Agricultural experts have been tasked to help farmers to construct rain water harvesting facilities and storages to make them utilize the water for irrigation during drought seasons. The current situation makes irrigation ...
    Author: The Guardian Team
    Publishing Date: 2011-08-09
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Agriculture’s contribution to GDP decline 

    The aim of this news is to report about the decline of agriculture’s contribution to Gross Domestic Product in 2010 in Tanzania. The growth of the agricultural sector, which is often touted as the country’s economic backbone, ...
    Author: The Guardian Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2012-09-17
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Are EA ministers visionaries or in denial? 

    The article gives highlights of the East African countries budget performance while noting high inflation and budget deficit. Budget speech from member states shows the countries failed to finance their own budget and ...
    Author: Kisero, Jaindi
    Publishing Date: 2012-06-18
    Publisher: The East African
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Arusha airport set to be refurbished 

    This newspaper article by the Guardian reports on the government plans to refurbish Arusha airport. It was reported that the airport needs a parking bay, passengers waiting lounge and a control tower. Addressing the issue, ...
    Author: Philemon, Lusekelo
    Publishing Date: 2012-07-02
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Arusha central govt clash over pledged land 

    This 2012 article by the East African reports on a clash over pledged land by president Kikwete. The land is purposely for building the African court of human and people’s right in Arusha. The land had been earmarked by ...
    Author: Ihucha, Adam
    Publishing Date: 2012-02-13
    Publisher: The East African
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Beijing grants Dar $400m for business hub 

    The Tanzanian government through the ministry of industry and trade intends to build a trade hub for goods arriving from China. The Chinese government has offered to fund the investment with a grant of $400 million, pending ...
    Author: Sumila, Veneranda
    Publishing Date: 2014-08-21
    Publisher: The Citizen
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Board warns unscrupulous contractors 

    Construction contributes 10.7% of the national GDP, with an annual turnover of up to $1.9 billion. This has attracted unethical contractors to the industry. The article looks at contractors who lack the capacity to deliver ...
    Author: Kiishweko, Orton
    Publishing Date: 2011-11-15
    Publisher: Daily News
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Call for more ports in East Africa 

    This news of 2012, reports on the investors call upon the construction of more ports along East African coast to facilitate maritime business. Narrated in this report by the chairman of the CEOs roundtable, Mr Ali Mufuruki ...
    Author: Elinaza, Abduel
    Publishing Date: 2012-03-20
    Publisher: Daily News
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    China to finance two national development projects in Tanzania worth USD100 million 

    This newspaper article reports about Chinese financing national development projects in Tanzania. Tanzania and the Exim Bank of China signed two concessional loan agreements to finance the Tanzanian National Information ...
    Author: The Guardian Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2010-04-22
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Collaboration between formal and informal enterprises in the construction sector in Tanzania 

    This paper discusses the linkages between the formal and informal parts (or sectors) of the construction industry in Tanzania. Data is based on information gathered from structured interviews with both registered and ...
    Author: Mlinga, R S; Wells, Jill
    Publishing Date: 2001-11-02
    Publisher: Habitat International
    Language:
    Document type: Journal

    Contractors board urges quality works 

    This news is about about constructors being urged to enhanced the quality of works and observe integrity which are significant tools for obtaining clients value for money. Narrated by the Constructors Registration Board ...
    Author: Mrindoko, Sebastain
    Publishing Date: 2012-01-02
    Publisher: Daily News
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    CRB fund grows steadily-registrar 

    This news is about the growth of Contractors Guarantee Fund (CGF) which run by contractors registration board (CRB). This will save local contractors from over dependence on the commercial bank for project guarantee financing ...
    Author: Daily News Correspondent
    Publishing Date: 2012-05-28
    Publisher: Daily News
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    CRB to host international expo on construction sector in Dar es Salaam 

    This news is about the Contractors Registration Board (CRB) expecting to hold an annual consultative meeting which will bring together contractors and stakeholders in the construction sector. This trade fair will also ...
    Author: The Guardian Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2009-05-20
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Critical success factors for implementation of risk assessment and management practices within the Tanzania construction industry. 

    The purpose of this (2014) paper is to investigate the perception of construction professionals on critical success factors (CSF)s appertaining to the deployment of risk assessment and management practices (RAMP) in Tanzania ...
    Author: Chileshe, Nicholas; Kikwasi, Geraldine John
    Publishing Date: 2016
    Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
    Language:
    Document type: Journal

    Dar gets $1.2bn for new pipeline 

    The newspaper article reports about the construction of gas pipeline in Tanzania. Tanzania has secured $1.2 billion to build a second natural gas pipeline. Eliakim Maswi, the permanent secretary in the ministry of energy ...
    Author: Mirondo, Rosemary
    Publishing Date: 2012-07-02
    Publisher: The East African
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    Document type: Newspaper article