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One Of World’s Largest Diamond Discovered At Sierra Leone Mine

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Is this the world’s largest diamond. It is a 706-carat large stone and found in the mines of eastern Sierra Leone. Pastor Emmanuel Momoh was one of the thousands of workers who were working in the informal mining sector in the Kono region, known for diamond mostly. The large diamond was later presented to Sierra Leone President Dr Ernest Bai ...

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South African, Indonesian Presidents Agreed Cooperation In Air Transport

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South African President Jacob Zuma visited Indonesian capital Jakarta on Wednesday and had a bilateral meeting with counterpart Joko Widodo to discuss mutual cooperations of the two nations. It is learned the two leaders talked about cooperation in the field of air as well as railway transportation. Indonesian Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi said the South African president appreciated ...

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Australia Imported 5.22 Million Kenyan Roses In February

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The Valentine Day is the day of roses and Kenya has put all the effort to make a rose reach the loved ones of someone in Australia. The Federal Department of Agriculture data reveals 5.22 million rose stems were imported from Kenya since the beginning of February this year. The figure last year in the same time period was just ...

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Magufuli Orders Court To Enforce Payment Of Tax Claims From Big Firms

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Tanzanian President John Magufuli has announced another crackdown in the country following several in his more than one year presidentship. He vowed Thursday to be tightening tax evasion by big businesses to boost domestic revenues. Tanzania stands as fourth-largest gold producer in Africa and has great deposits of diamonds, uranium, gemstones, coal and natural gas too. The president ordered the ...

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Former President Benjamin Mkapa Urges Countries To Support China In Ivory Trade Ban

Elephant poaching is one of the biggest issues in Tanzania and ivory trade in Chinese market is wide. These have left protecting elephants. Former President Benjamin Mkapa urged the African countries to join China in its decision to ban ivory trade. China lately announced to be banning domestic ivory trade in phases and about 500 people marched yesterday in Dar ...

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Walnut Capital Founder, Family Marginally Escaped Plane Crash Visiting Tanzania

A Pittsburgh family has lately revealed to have been lucky and blessed to while visiting Tanzania on a sightseeing trip around the Serengeti National Park region. Walnut Capital Management founder Gregg Perelman, his wife Susie and three daughters survived a small airplane crash in the country on January 2, on a wet, clay runway. The Air Excel flight almost crashed ...

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Tanzanians Must Live Within Means To Avoid Hardships: Expert

The 2017 will be a challenging year for Tanzanians amid promises of growth and good living by President John Magufuli. Economists suggest people must live within their means and if failed navigating henceforth will be difficult as it was in 2016. Political scientists keep their views saying much of the hardships last year were caused by measures within the government ...

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