Latest in Tag: Tanzania Highlight
Latest in Tag: Tanzania
Elias John Kwandikwa appointed Minister for Defense after post had remained vacant since election of Hussein Ali Mwinyi as president of Tanzania’s Zanzibar
Magufuli is facing competition from 14 other presidential candidates. About 29.2 million Tanzanians have registered to vote in this year’s election
Magufuli, who is seeking to be re-elected for a second and final five-year term in office, garnered 100 percent of the votes from 1,822 CCM’s national congress delegates
Project’s first phase to be completed by end of 2020
The registration move was aimed at getting rid of dishonest telephone line users, controlling cybercrime and protecting Tanzanians against those abusing the telecom sector
The discussions came as part of Hefni’s participation in 18th meeting of Africa-Nordic foreign ministers held in Tanzania
The ministry said that Tanzanian market is one of the most important target markets for Egyptian exports, especially as Tanzania is an active member of the East African Community and SADC and is an important hub for markets of East and South Africa.
Tanzanian President John Magufuli laid the cornerstone of the Stiegler’s Gorge Dam project on Friday.
Project to output 2.1GW, implemented by Arab Contractors, El Sewedy Electric
The month of Ramadan is similar there to many Arab countries as everyone awaits viewing the crescent, knowing the first day of fasting, and performing Taraweeh prayers in mosques.
Arab Contractors, Sewedy Electric, form alliance which won constructing project deal
Whole project’s costs represent over 40% of country’s proposed FY 2018/19 budget
Tanzanian People can count on Egyptian joint venture: El Sewedy
Forum’s opening session dealt with positive impact of President Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi’s visit to Dar el Salaam in August 2017
Stiegler’s Gorge dam costs over 40% of country’s proposed FY 2018/19 budget
Bright-red Lake Natron in Tanzania may not look inviting enough to take a dip – and that’s a good thing: its water is extremely alkaline. The caustic lake has another strange quality: it appears to turn animals to stone.The scarlet waters of Lake Natron in northern Tanzania are eye-catching enough by themselves. But when coupled …
Bloc includes Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, and South Sudan, activation requires approval of 16 countries
Centres support exports to Africa, reduce shipping time from 3 months to few days
Egypt implements great navigational project with African countries: Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation
Through local conservation projects and guiding tourists, villagers living around Tanzania’s Amani Nature Reserve are protecting the land they once exploited.For seven years, Juma Ayubu Kidy combed a corner of Tanzania’s cloud forest day and night, catching chameleons, birds, tortoises and other animals deemed valuable in the illegal pet trade. One day, a local conservationist …
African leaders conclude the sixth African Water Week in Tanzania
For any football team, you have the goal keeper, defenders, midfielders, strikers, and the coach. These entities blend together so as to secure victory for their team. Separately, they would achieve nothing, for it is through team work (cooperation) that the eleven players can face their opponents (challenges) and win. The players are organised into …
It sounds crazy, but it happened. I have slept in a tent that was only a few metres away from a pack of lions. I was in the middle of the savannah of Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. If I knew that this would be my fate, I may have thought twice before travelling …
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is touring Mozambique, South Africa, Kenya and Tanzania. His huge country is looking for raw materials and allies in its quest for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council.
Ongoing negotiations with Ethiopia, Kenya, Eritrea to set up joint farm lands: El-Maghrabi
Marketing companies to join January event, aiming to sell Egyptian chemicals
Finance is for first phase of initial feasibility studies needed to establish shipping line connecting Mediterranean Sea and Lake Victoria
The project is expected to commence as soon as possible and it will cover 16 regions in Tanzania, including Arusha, Tabora, Iringa, Kagera, Manyara, Dodoma, Lindi, Mbeya, Morogoro and Mtwara.
Foreign minister discusses Nile water and cooperation with African ministers
Fibre-optics could leap-frog Africa into the future