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SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA PERSONAL CARE EMERGING MARKETS STILL SURGE AHEAD WHILE WEALTHIER SOUTH AFRICA STAGNATES

…of the 57.5 million Tanzanian population are below 35-years-old, coupled with increased salaries, has left many households with considerable disposable incomes providing room for luxury spending especially on cosmetics and…

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TANZANIA MINING COMPANIES FEAR OUTPUT FALL AS GOVERNMENT ENFORCES REFORMS

…2017. These laws had been fast-tracked and approved by the Tanzanian parliament on July 3. Investors cannot now refer complaints or disputes regarding extraction, exploitation, acquisition and any investment to…

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TANZANIAN METAL SECTOR CRITICISES DRASTIC MINING LAW REFORMS

…from key industry players. The laws were fast tracked through Tanzanian Parliament following a spate of stand-offs between Tanzanian government and foreign mining companies. Magufuli had banned gold and copper…

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SOLAR COOKERS OFFER HIGHER LIVING STANDARDS FOR THE POOR AND MAJOR EMISSION REDUCTIONS

…of LPG (29% savings) This saved the community Tanzanian shillings TZS5.4 million (USD2,438) – in energy costs – 25% savings over the previous year – a major benefit for a…

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OPEN UNIVERSITY OF TANZANIA OPENS NEW FRONTIERS ABROAD

…very first time,” noted Dr Mtitu. Other than those from the African continent, the Tanzanian university has also recruited international students from the USA – 5 enrollments; Sweden, 3; Germany…

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EAST AFRICAN AIRPORTS EXPANDING APACE

…general of the Tanzania Airports Authority. Briefing journalists recently about the project, the Tanzania Airports Authority corporate legal secretary Ramadhani Ally Maleta said the Tanzanian government has secured an USD164.3…

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AIRPORT SQUATTERS EVICTED AS KILIMANJARO INTERNATIONAL IS EXPANDED

THE TANZANIAN Government has awarded a USD30 million contract to the Netherlands’ BAM International to upgrade Kilimanjaro International Airport. Bakari Murusuri, managing director of BAM’s local affiliate Kilimanjaro Airports Development…

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OUP ADMITS SUBSIDIARIES BRIBED AFRICAN OFFICIALS FOR TEXTBOOK SALES

BY KEITH NUTHALL AN ARM of the Oxford University Press (OUP) will pay GBP1.89 million through a UK High Court civil recovery order for illegally bribing Tanzanian and Kenyan officials…

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SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA PUSHES FORWARD WITH ATC IMPROVEMENTS

…only if weather is bad. Also, the Tanzanian government has invested and installed modern radar facilities with a minimum range of over 200 miles at Julius Nyerere International Airport at…

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TANZANIA'S TRANSFORMATION FROM SOCIALISM TO CAPITALISM HAS LEFT ITS BUSINESS ETHICS FLOUNDERING

…the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) forum last month at the Tanzanian economic capital Dar es Salaam last month (March 24). It focused on ACCA’s recent paper ‘Risk and…

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