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SERENGETI WINS AFRICA’S LEADING NATIONAL PARK 2020

The 27th World Travel Awards WTA has announced Serengeti National Park as the 2020 Africa's Leading National Park. Serengeti has won this category ( Africa's Leading National Park) for two consecutive years…

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TRAVEL ADVISORY

The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania has been instituting various preventive measures with a goal to limit the spread of corona virus in the country. After reviewing the current situation of…

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TANZANIA INVESTORS April 2020

Tanzania Investors Center (TIC) is the premier investment promotion agency in Tanzania and the Information in this magazine in PDF once again showcases Tanzania as the Prime Investment Destination of choice in…

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Global Tourism Body certifies Tanzania a safe zone for travellers

The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) cleared Tanzania as a safe zone for travel following the coronavirus pandemic.WTTC noted that the clearance is an indication that Tanzania has rightly implemented…

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OFFICIAL BIOGRAPHY OF THE LATE FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA

H.E. Benjamin William Mkapa was born in 1938 in Masasi, Mtwara Region, Tanzania. He was the Chairman of the South Centre, a Geneva-based intergovernmental organization of developing countries; member of the…

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H.E. Benjamin William Mkapa

H.E. Benjamin William Mkapa, 3rd President of Tanzania, Dies at 81

Benjamin Mkapa, the third president of Tanzania and the leader of the country during a crucial period of democratic transition, died on Friday at a hospital in the port city of Dar es Salaam. He was 81.His…

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THE INVESTOR

INVESTORS in the country have been counseled to consult with Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) offices countrywide whenever they need to address various legal challenges they face.

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Travel Advisory Note on COVID-19 in Tanzania

TRAVEL ADVISORY NOTE NO. 1 OF 23 MARCH, 2020, UPDATE OF Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in Tanzania Due to an ongoing outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) corona virus (COVID-19) that can be…

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