• Nigeria’s Aliko Dangote Still The Richest Black Person In The World

#1 Why Dangote Almost Left Tanzania

For almost a year, Tanzanian officials had been in a bitter $600 million dispute with Dangote Cement over investment incentives related to a new cement plant in Mtwara, southern Tanzania. Source: Quartz Africa

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Karibu Music Festival

Karibu Music Festival is an annual three-day international music festival created by Karibu Cultural Promotions Organization (NGO) and Legendary Music Entertainment and Promotion Company Ltd. in Tanzania. It will be held at Bagamoyo, on 500 acres grounds alongside the beach at the College of Arts and Culture (TASUBA). The main [...]

Innovative Healthcare And Quality Education Boosted By Samsung, UNESCO Partnership

Samsung Digital Village to serve remote Maasai community in Tanzania Samsung Electronics Africa has partnered with UNESCO in Tanzania to launch a multi-disciplinary programme that aims to provide and advance innovative community development strategies in health, education and socio-cultural and economic development. The project, which is part of Samsung’s Corporate [...]

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#7 – Tanzanians Have Mixed Feelings About What Magufuli Is Doing

Although President John Magufuli has managed to restore public accountability, human rights activists say “he has not succeeded in promoting human rights, especially people and political rights.” Read More >> Source: Voice Of America

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#1 – More Than A Dozen Killed After 5.7 Magnitude Quake In Tanzania

It hit near the shore of Lake Victoria. The tremors rippled as far as western Kenya and parts of Uganda, both of which share the waters of Lake Victoria. Read More >> Source: Al Jazeera

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Mobile 360 – Africa Conference

At Mobile 360 – Africa, CEOs and senior executives from leading mobile companies and from players across the digital ecosystem will address the most pressing trends and issues in mobile. For the first time ever, Mobile 360 – Africa will be fully endorsed by the Tanzania Commission for Science and [...]

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Top 10 Historical Sites to Visit in Africa

Africa is not only blessed with warm weather, a variety of wildlife and great people and food, but also with great historical sites that tell the diverse and rich history of the continent. Below are top 10 historical sites that you should visit during your next trip. Fort [...]

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Tanzania to Host Mobile 360 – Africa Conference

Tanzania Programme Features Executives from Organisations including Airtel Africa, Ericsson, Huawei, the Internet Society, ONEm, Tigo and Vodacom The GSMA announced the first speakers for the 2016 Mobile 360 Series – Africa conference, which will take place 26 – 28 July at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre in Dar es [...]

  • Sirjeff Dennis, Anzisha Prize

How a 17-year-old Started a Poultry Business in the Slums of Dar es Salaam

Sirjeff Dennis was five when he witnessed a neighbour lose her seven-month-old son. Living in the slums of Tanzania’s capital city Dar es Salaam, the mother had spent much of her pregnancy hungry and her son was born underweight and too weak to survive his first year. His death hit Dennis hard and [...]

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Corruption and Poaching: The Tusk At Hand

Poachers' sophisticated network drives trafficking of ivory and horns through East Africa - By Maurice Oniango and Andrew Ochieng. Additional reporting by Wandiswa Ntengento. Kenya, South Africa and Tanzania are waging a war on poaching, but one of the greatest challenges to winning it is corruption among the people [...]

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