Tanzania

East Africa Tightens Travel to Contain Yellow Fever Spread

It may soon be harder to cross the border into any East African country without a yellow fever certificate if a new policy to reintroduce the stringent measures of old is adopted.According to the new guidelines, East Africans planning to...

Joburg Post·3 months ago

Unmissable Attractions in Tanzania

Here are some attractions you should see when you visit Tanzania: House of WondersAlso sometimes referred to as the Palace of Wonders, this remarkable structure overlooks the waterfront of Stone Town and features enormous, carved doors t...

Joburg Post·3 months ago

Tanzania on “high alert” After Ebola Cases in Uganda

The Tanzanian Minister of Health issued an “alert” on Sunday following the outbreak of Ebola cases this week in Uganda, a country with which Tanzania shares a long border.“I would like to alert the public to the existence of a threat of ...

Neo Sithole·3 months ago

Tanzania: What’s up with Wig Tax?

Last week Tanzania’s ministry of finance presented its proposed 2019-2020 budget. Philipo Mpango, who was tabling the budget in parliament was applauded by legislators when he made the proposals that are likely to be unpopular with ordin...

Neo Sithole·3 months ago

The Top 10 Bars In Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Once a modest, sleepy fishing village on the coast of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam has transformed into a bustling metropolis with a variety of craft markets, restaurants, and beaches to explore. At night, travelers will be charmed by the tow...

Joburg Post·3 months ago

The Maasai Legend Behind Ancient Hominin Footprints In Tanzania

In 1976 paleoanthropologist Mary Leakey and other scientists reported that they’d found ancient hominin footprints at a site in Laetoli, northeastern Tanzania. The footprints were frozen in volcanic deposits from the Pliocene, an epoch t...

Joburg Post·3 months ago

Authorities in Tanzania Not Bothered by Oil-covered Rapists

Authorities in Western Tanzania are doing little to intervene in the spiking amounts of rapes by oil-covered men. Women in Western Tanzania have been forced to live in constant fear of being attacked and raped in their homes by grease-co...

Neo Sithole·3 months ago

Tanzania Records Slow Economic Growth in First Quarter of 2019

Tanzania’s economic growth slowed to 6.6% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2019 from 7.5% in the same period a year earlier, official data showed on Sunday, weighed down by softer construction, agriculture and manufacturing activity....

Joburg Post·about 2 months ago

How Liquefied Natural Gas Could Change South Africa’s Fortunes

The development of liquefied natural gas (LNG) could help transform the South African economy, spur re-industrialisation, reduce the country’s over-reliance on coal-fired power stations, and contribute to increased regional trade. South ...

Marie Blanche Ting·about 2 months ago