Salaam

By IndepthAfrica
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Nov 7th, 2012
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By Polycarp Machira The Political Platform Reporter Dar es Salaam. Just a day after the Americans went to the ballot box to decide who will lead the World Superpower for the next four years; a cross section of Tanzanians has expressed mixed feelings on what the election means to Tanzania. Some say Pr...
By IndepthAfrica
In Tanzania
Nov 2nd, 2012
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Muslim protesters clashed with police in Tanzania’s commercial capital on Friday during a protest over the arrest of a hardline Islamic cleric, witnesses said. Police fired tear gas and at least 30 people were arrested. Similar demonstrations have erupted sporadically over the last few weeks, r...
By IndepthAfrica
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Oct 23rd, 2012
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By Tom Savory and Subiro Mwapinga Things are changing in Tanzania. Large gas finds off the country’s coastline look set to shake up a country generally considered in continental economic analysis as stable but unexciting. With big players entering the Tanzanian market, the country finds itself the to...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Sep 7th, 2012
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TANZANIA has secured a 1.2 billion US dollars loan to finance the construction of a 230-kms natural gas pipeline linking Mtwara gas fields and Dar es Salaam. The agreement to that effect was signed in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday and witnessed by Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda and the visiting Chines...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Apr 9th, 2012
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Thirty-five passengers and four crew members aboard a Dash 8-300 aircraft belonging to Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) escaped death yesterday when the plane skidded off the run way at Kigoma airport while taking-off for Dar es Salaam via Tabora. However, aviation officials confirmed that the acc...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Dec 24th, 2011
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Dar es Salaam – The death toll from severe flooding in Tanzania’s economic capital Dar es Salaam has risen to 38, local authorities said on Friday. “More bodies continue to be retrieved in various parts of the city that were affected by floods,” Dar es Salaam Regional Commissi...
By benim
In East Africa
Nov 9th, 2011
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Arusha – A Tanzanian opposition leader surrendered to police on Wednesday after leading a protest calling for the release of one its members and the resignation of President Jakaya Kikwete. Freeman Mbowe, who heads the Chadema party, and scores of supporters staged a demonstration on Monday in ...