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New solar lamp offers villagers alternative to toxic kerosene
Adam Camenzuli, the executive director of Karibu Solar Power, has been visiting shop owners in Tanzania to convince them to carry his company's new modular solar power lamps.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Christian Science Monitor
Gifts that give back: Buy one, give one programs
Mimi Boudreau looks through a pile of stuffed animals for a Christmas present for a friend.
Malaysian National News Agency
Maldives Wins World's Best Island Destination Award
The Maldives has received the world's leading island destination title at the 2013 World Travel Awards in Qatar, Xinhua news agency reports local media as saying Friday.
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Thu Dec 05, 2013
World Heritage: Ruins of Kilwa Kisiwani and Songo Mnara
Photo taken on Dec. 2, 2013 shows a relic site on the island of Songo Mnara, Tanzania.
Tanzania assures Ophir Energy of smooth asset sale
Tanzania has assured Britain's Ophir Energy and a unit of Singapore's Temasek Holdings that their proposed $1.3 billion asset sale of natural gas fields in the east African nation will proceed smoothly and get timely approval.
Drake & Scull International explores expansion opportunities within Oman's aviation sector
Drake & Scull Engineering Oman, the subsidiary of Drake & Scull International PJSC , a regional market leader in the integrated design, engineering and construction disciplines of General Contracting, Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing , Water and Power, Rail and Oil and Gas, has announced its expansion plans in the country's aviation industry as ... (more)
Wed Dec 04, 2013
$800 Raised to Help Build Cancer Center in Tanzania
An online campaign to build a cancer treatment center in Tanzania has earned $800 in a little more than a month.
Fuel For Thought: Is There Hope For Africa?
While driving up Africa from Johannesburg to Arusha - over 4,000 kilometres via Botswana, Zambia and Malawi in 5 days - we saw this amazing juxtaposition with a man carrying over 100-pounds of charcoal on his bicycle being passed by a 20-tonne truck carrying gasoline.
S'pore and Tanzania sign MOU for public and private sector collaboration
Singapore and Tanzania have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to provide a high-level framework for public and private sector collaboration between both countries.
Tanzania: Moment of Pride for Tanzania
It showed a proud Form Three student from Morogoro, Tanzania, Peter Robert Kilave, receiving his prize for emerging overall winner of an essay contest that had involved schools in all five partner states of the East African Community .
published Daughter's plight spurs Ian to conquer top peak
A WADEBRIDGE security consultant whose daughter is affected by a brain disorder has conquered Africa's highest peak on the latest stage of his four-continent trek overcoming altitude sickness and temperatures as low as minus 10C.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
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Families want 'justice' for Hampstead Garden Suburb teens attacked with acid
The families of two Hampstead Garden Suburb girls attacked with acid on the African island of Zanzibar have spoken of their frustration that the attackers have not been brought to justice.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Go slow on monetary Union- experts
By Patrick Jaramogi Implementation of the East African Community single currency will be a "hard task" unless bottlenecks existing among other signed EAC protocols are cleared, experts have said.
East Africa: Opportunity for Wealth EAC Begins Journey to Single Currency
Tanzania's President Jakaya Kikwete yesterday joined his Kenyan, Ugandan, Rwandan and Burundian colleagues in Kampala to sign the East African Community Monetary Union Protocol.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Tanzania: Shein Roots for Closer Tanzania, Nigeria Ties
ZANZIBAR President Dr Ali Mohamed Shein has said that Tanzania has big expectations to see bilateral relationship between Tanzania and Nigeria become stronger through increasing areas of cooperation.
Tanzania: Aids Still a Big Threat, Says VP
THE government has announced plans to put in place a special focus in regions with higher HIV/AIDs prevalence rates, saying that the killer disease remains a threat in the country.
Tanzania: MP Advises Railway Link With Mombasa
KILIMANJARO Regional CHADEMA Chairman Mr Philemon Ndesamburo has requested the government to consider construction of a railway line to link the northern regions Tanzania with the Kenyan port of Mombasa.
Tanzania: Williamson Diamonds Procures 85 Per Cent Locally
PETRA Diamonds that runs the Mwadui mine, has said they target local suppliers of goods and services in a bid to support local economic development.
Tanzania: Tanzania Makes Strides in Investments Inflow
Dar es Salaam - TANZANIA has made headway in attracting foreign private investment at an impressive annual growth level of 10.3 per cent between 2008 and 2011 despite global financial turndown.