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Agric subsidy fraud unearthed in Tanzania

Tanzania’s Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries ministry has unearthed fraud activities on the country’s agriculture subsidy scheme. Eng Mathew Mtigumwe, the Permanent Secretary (PS) in the...

Countrywide telecoms rollout inspire small scale farmers

Investment in telecommunications infrastructure is slowly igniting Tanzania’s national development in agricultural and industrialisation. Tanzania’s Universal Communication Service Access Fund (UCSAF) says efforts to extend...

Basic Utility Vehicles: A compelling answer to Africa’s rural transport needs

Eighty percent of East Africa’s rural population depend on agriculture for their livelihood, yet there is no affordable, dependable and locally available transportation that...

UK to strengthen investment links in EA in the wake of...

The United Kingdom has promised to strengthen trade and investment links with the East African Community Partner States for mutual benefit. UK High Commissioner to...

Cotton, livestock boost Simiyu investment profile

Recently, Tanzania Standard Newspapers Limited (TSN) organized a business forum in Simiyu Region. The forum brought together small and big investors, entrepreneurs, corporate, political...

SAGCOT partnership forum kicks off next week in Tanzania

Preparations for the fourth Annual SAGCOT Partnership Forum 2017 have been completed and over 300 local and international delegates have confirmed their participation. Announcing the...

Tanzanian scientists out to curb aflatoxin spread soon

Aflatoxin a major food poisoning fungal infestation that claims hundreds of Tanzanian lives may soon cease to be a major threat following new breakthroughs...

Environmental protection is today’s education issue

Destruction of the environment affects us all, but we still are not acting as quickly as we should to address its causes. The majority of...

International Year of Pulses closes with call to build upon strong...

The International Year of Pulses, which was celebrated in 2016, has helped raise awareness globally of the benefits of eating and growing pulses, with...

Traders ask Kenya to lift ban on Uganda poultry products

Traders in Busia County have asked the Kenyan government to lift a ban on imports of poultry products from Uganda. The Kenyan government in mid-January...