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Tanzania says construction of LNG plant to start in 2022

28 May 2019

DAR ES SALAAM Tanzania expects a consortium of international oil companies to start building a long-delayed liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in 2022, its energy minister said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Tanzania says construction of LNG plant to start in 2022

28 May 2019

DAR ES SALAAM, May 28 Tanzania expects a consortium of international oil companies to start building a long-delayed liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in 2022, its energy minister said on Tuesday.

Tanzania plans cable car for Mount Kilimanjaro

07 May 2019

DAR ES SALAAM Tanzania wants to boost tourist numbers by putting a cable car on Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest mountain, and is in talks about the project with a Chinese and a Western company.

Tanzania's Magufuli wants central bank to buy gold as part of its reserves

09 Jan 2019

DAR ES SALAAM, Jan 9 Tanzanian President John Magufuli said on Wednesday the central bank should start buying the country's gold to curb smuggling and build reserves to stabilise the currency.

Fastjet suspends flights in Tanzania until the end of January

17 Dec 2018

DAR ES SALAAM African low-cost airline Fastjet has suspended all domestic flights within Tanzania until the end of January after the country's aviation authorities warned they are likely to revoke its license, the company said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Fastjet suspends flights in Tanzania until the end of January

17 Dec 2018

DAR ES SALAAM, Dec 17 African low-cost airline Fastjet has suspended all domestic flights within Tanzania until the end of January after the country's aviation authorities warned they are likely to revoke its licence, the company said on Monday.

World Bank re-engages Tanzania on scrapped education plan

18 Nov 2018

DAR ES SALAAMThe World Bank will work with Tanzania to redesign a $300 million education project, a senior official said on Sunday, days after the lender said it cancelled plans for the project due to the country's controversial policies on pregnant school girls.

World Bank re-engages Tanzania on scrapped education plan

18 Nov 2018

DAR ES SALAAM, Nov 18The World Bank will work with Tanzania to redesign a $300 million education project, a senior official said on Sunday, days after the lender said it cancelled plans for the project due to the country's controversial policies on pregnant school girls.

UPDATE 2-Vodacom Tanzania approves sale of 26 pct stake to South Africa's Vodacom Group

14 Nov 2018

DAR ES SALAAM, Nov 14 Shareholders in Vodacom Tanzania on Wednesday approved the sale of a 26 percent stake owned by Mirambo Holdings Ltd to South Africa's Vodacom Group.

U.S. warns its citizens in Tanzania before anti-gay crackdown

05 Nov 2018

DAR ES SALAAM The United States has warned its citizens in Tanzania to be cautious after the commercial capital Dar es Salaam announced a crackdown on homosexuality, a criminal offense in the country.

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