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Multichoice Tanzani Removed Free-To-Air Channels From Its Subscription List

Multichoice Tanzania (DStv) has removed free-to-air (FTA) channels from its subscription list, barely a week after the country’s communications regulator warned it would suspend the pay TV licence. The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) had said it would suspend Multichoice licence for its continued carrying of free channels on its service despite holding a licence that barred it from doing ...

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Ali Mohammed Shein’s Government Aims At Southeast Asian States For Tourism

Zanzibar is courting Indonesian businesses to invest in the island’s tourism industry.Zanzibar President Ali Mohammed Shein said his government aims to attract 500,000 tourists annually by 2020 from Indonesia and other southeast Asian states. President Shein visited Indonesia and invited investors to venture into seaweed cultivation, which accounts for about 24,000 jobs in Zanzibar. Zanzibar is the world’s third-largest producer ...

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Volt Resources Ltd Has Set Platform For Development Of Bunyu Graphite Project In Tanzania

Volt is currently completing the environmental approval for the Bunyu project and has lodged two mining licence applications. Volt Resources Ltd (ASX:VRC) has set the platform for stage 1 development of its Bunyu Graphite Project in Tanzania after confirming robust outcomes from a feasibility study. Background: Bunyu is the largest JORC resource deposit in Tanzania with 461 million tonnes at ...

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Tanzania Imports Might Harm Wheat Farmers

Kenyan wheat farmers are worried that imports from Tanzania could price them out of the market. The East Africa Community in a gazette notice dated July 13, has cleared 27 Kenya manufacturers to import more than three million tonnes of wheat from the member state. “In exercise of the powers conferred upon the Council of Ministers by section 140 of ...

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Tanzania Declared As One Of The Fastest Growing Destinations For Irish tourists

Tanzania, the Maldives and Hong Kong have been revealed as the top three fastest growing tourist destinations booked with Ireland’s largest independent travel specialists, Travel Counsellors. Since last November, bookings for the east African country of Tanzania have risen by 399%; the Indian Ocean archipelago, the Maldives by 196%; and Hong Kong by 135%. Long haul destinations in general are ...

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Business Rivalry Between Kenya And Tanzania Traders Continues To Play Out.

That Kenya and Tanzania have not always been good neighbours is not a secret. Business rivalry between traders on both sides of the border continues to play out. Never mind the customs union that guarantees free movement of good and labour. At the middle of the schism are customs officials who are accused of fanning an already raging fire. A ...

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Uganda Formally Engaging With Tanzania To Import Gas

Uganda is now formally engaging Tanzania to import natural gas that will be used as a reducing agent in the iron and steel industry. “We are discussing with Tanzania if we can make use of their gas,” Ms Irene Muloni, the Energy minister, told Parliament’s Natural Resources Committee. “Maybe as we build the pipeline for crude [oil], we could also ...

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