Distressed by alleged corruption at the ministry of Works and Transport, the World Bank is considering cancelling a $125 million (Shs 468.8bn) grant meant to improve transport on Lake Victoria as w
Maasai herders near Tanzania’s famous Serengeti wildlife park have asked a regional court to stop the government intimidating witnesses supporting their legal bid to return to their ancestral land,
Tanzania's Serengeti National Park is Africa's best safari park because of to the sheer numbers, variety of wildlife, abundance of predators and spectacular wildebeest migration.
WINDLAB Developments Tanzania has been given a green light to proceed with a 300MW wind-to-electricity project at Makambako in Njombe.
CONTRARY to previous reports by environmentalists, the new Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report for the 2,100 megawatts - Rufiji Hydropower Project at Stigler’s Gorge has shown recoverable
Dodoma — The government has secured a Sh57 billion loan from the World Bank that will be spent on ending water woes in Dar es Salaam, the Parliament heard on Wednesday.
ARUSHA is hosting the 11th meeting of the Sectoral Council on Agriculture and Food Security (SCAFS) which started yesterday and will continue till next Saturday at the East African Community headqu
Dar es Salaam — Consumers will soon start enjoying a new type of bread following the introduction of new orange fleshed sweet potato bread.
Dodoma — The government will table a bill in Parliament in September this year (2018) that will specifically seek to fast-tract the execution of water projects across the country.
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