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    10 regions appeal for 28,000 tons of food. 

    The survey by this paper reveal that thousands of residents in Arusha, Tanga, Mara, Shinyanga, Singida, Iringa and coast region are in dire need of food due to what has been described as the effect of long drought among ...
    Author: Navuri, Angel; Peter, Ferister
    Publishing Date: 2009-05-18
    Publisher: The guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper

    Accurate art data hard to come by 

    Tanzania is home to best artistes in East Africa. The use of Kiswahili has led to Tanzania artistes being celebrated outside the country, in spite of the success of the sector, there are few clear statistics on the size, ...
    Author: Sumila, Veneranda
    Publishing Date: 2014-05-08
    Publisher: The Citizen
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    Addressing the “elephant” in the room-Tanzanian VAT on tourist services? 

    In mid-2016, Tourism industry in Tanzania saw the government proposal to impose the Value Added Tax (VAT) on tourist services. The previous VAT exemption regime on tourist services made Tanzania one of the most attractive ...
    Author: Sineda, Shizya; Kilele, Susan
    Publishing Date: 2017-02-14
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper

    Africa plans to pool more electricity to fight shortages 

    Southern African countries are striving to create a more flexible and active electricity trading pool which could be a blueprint for the rest of continent. The aim of this study was introducing new system that could set ...
    Author: Unknown author
    Publishing Date: 2009-04-24
    Publisher: The guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper

    Agencies urged to ensure farmers get crop insurance 

    Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority (Tira) has been argued to work with Tanzania Metrological Agency and other stakeholders to ensure farmers to get crop insurance as a means of promoting investment in the agricultural ...
    Author: Domasa, Sylvester
    Publishing Date: 2011-10-28
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Agents’ plea for shipping industry to be reformed 

    Tanzania’s economy would get much needed boost if the government works at transforming the shipping industry. The benefits would be doubled if Dar es Salaam port were to be streamlined and privatized, according to the ...
    Author: Sumila, Veneranda
    Publishing Date: 2013-06-13
    Publisher: The Citizen
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    Document type: Newspaper

    Agriculture bank a boost for SMEs. 

    The current high lending rates crippling small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are set to decline after the envisaged Tanzania agricultural bank takes off, said by president of Tanzania chamber of commerce, industry and ...
    Author: Gumbo, Perege
    Publishing Date: 2009-06-29
    Publisher: The guardian
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    Anapa now employs female rangers, tour guides 

    Arusha national park (ANAPA) has become the first sanctuary to employ female ranges and tour guides, ending male dominance in the professional, park ranging and tour guiding have for long time been seen as the preserves ...
    Author: Ihucha, Adam
    Publishing Date: 2009-05-21
    Publisher: The guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper

    Best farming skills needed 

    Poor knowledge of best farming practices; crop marketing and identification of risks are impeding agricultural development in central Tanzania. To speed up agricultural development, conference participants urged the ...
    Author: The Citizen Correspondent
    Publishing Date: 2010-11-02
    Publisher: The Citizen
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    Document type: Newspaper

    Big banks must adapt to the digital age or die 

    Banks today face competition from a vast array of financial technology or fintech startups’ needs faster and cheaper online. “There’s no logical reason why any of the big banks shouldn’t be able to turn this round,” says ...
    Author: Williams, Oscar
    Publishing Date: 2017-02-07
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper

    Businesses hopeful of new dawn 

    Tanzania’s private sector has been advocating reforms and improvement in the local business environment to enable it to excel. Business associations in Tanzania have been advocating their cases and lobbying the government ...
    Author: Masare, Alawi
    Publishing Date: 2015-12-10
    Publisher: The Citizen
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    Businesses: Tanesco unbundling good 

    The business community has seen the move to unbundle the Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) announced recently as the right direction in efforts towards addressing challenges that face the energy sector in Tanzania. ...
    Author: Masare, Alawi
    Publishing Date: 2015-12-24
    Publisher: The Citizen
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    Document type: Newspaper

    Coca-Cola to sponsor students in e-tourism seminar 

    Coca-Cola East and central Africa business unit would sponsor ten tourism students from Zanzibar and ten travel agents to attend e-tourism seminar held in Arusha May 2009, said by Coca-Cola senior operation marketing manager ...
    Author: Samuel, Njonanje
    Publishing Date: 2009-05-18
    Publisher: The guardian
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    Containers pile up at Dar port after one machine collapse. 

    The Tanzania international container terminal services (TICTS) is overwhelmed with containers at Dar es Salaam port following the collapse of one of its machine. It was reported that one of Tanzania international container ...
    Author: Unknown author
    Publishing Date: 2009-04-14
    Publisher: The guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper

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

    The contractors’ registration board (CRB) was expected to hold an annual consultative meeting from May 27 to 29, 2009 which will bring together contractors and other stakeholders in the construction sector. The aim of this ...
    Author: Unknown author
    Publishing Date: 2009-05-20
    Publisher: The guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper

    East Africa loses allure for long-haul tourist 

    The white sandy beaches, wildlife and tropical climate of East Africa are losing their attraction for long distance visitors facing recession and unemployment as a result of the global financial crisis. The aim of this ...
    Author: Unknown author
    Publishing Date: 2009-04-23
    Publisher: The guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper

    Energy conference vital for Tanzania 

    The first east African energy conference, held at Dar es Salaam from June 8 through 10 generally viewed as yet another golden opportunity for Tanzania to sell itself to the outside world. The conference will also involve ...
    Author: Unknown author
    Publishing Date: 2009-05-21
    Publisher: The guardian
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    Entrepreneurs to access sh13m from 2 schemes 

    Local entrepreneurs are set to benefits from grants of over $10million (sh13billion). The Tanzania private sector foundation (TFSP) is undertaking two programs the national business plan competition (BPC) and the national ...
    Author: Unknown author
    Publishing Date: 2009-06-25
    Publisher: The Citizen
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    Document type: Newspaper

    Experts see tourism in tougher times 

    An international conference on sustainable tourism opened in Dar es Salaam with the experts projecting tougher times for the tourism sector 2009 following the current global financial crisis. The experts recommended the ...
    Author: Ajwang, Jan
    Publishing Date: 2009-04-28
    Publisher: The guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper

    Firms awarded for selling Tanzania as a tourist destination 

    Eleven firms from different countries in the world have been awarded by the Tanzania tourism board (TTB) for promoting and selling Tanzania as a world class tourism destination, said by Tanzania tourism board (TTB) public ...
    Author: Philemon, Beatrice
    Publishing Date: 2009-06-20
    Publisher: The guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper