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World Bank grants Tanzania $300m to support education sector

The bank says it has a huge programme to support various development projects in the social sector and infrastructure. The post World Bank grants Tanzania $300m to support education sector appeared..
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Tanzania sets sights on Hong Kong for source of investment and luxury tourism

Tanzania is looking to draw tourists and funding from Hong Kong, with officials from the east African nation visiting the city on Friday to pitch a wide range of investment and travel opportunities. Dr..
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Carmakers eye further growth in Africa after Kenyan Uber deal [Video]Carmakers eye further growth in Africa after Kenyan Uber deal  01:42

Auto companies such as Suzuki are linking up with fast-growing ride-hailing services like Uber, in an attempt to transform a threat to their business into a growth opportunity. Okwi Okoh reports.

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Elephants Are Evolving To Lose Their Tusks [Video]Elephants Are Evolving To Lose Their Tusks  00:36

It appears poachers are having more of an effect on the elephant population than simply diminishing it, says MNN. Findings from two different researchers have determined that tusklessness is on the..

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Venus Flytraps Kill With Chemicals [Video]Venus Flytraps Kill With Chemicals  00:41

Venus flytraps have a macabre way of dispatching their victims: They snag curious insects that brush up against trigger hairs in their fly-trapping pods. According to Science Mag, physicists have..

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Illegal ivory: where does it come from, where does it go? | The Economist [Video]Illegal ivory: where does it come from, where does it go? | The Economist  02:24

The illegal ivory trade is big business. A single shipment can be worth up to $1.3m. The vast majority of ivory poached in Africa ends up in China. Click here to subscribe to The Economist on..

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Hero Rats: landmine and tuberculosis detectors | The Economist [Video]Hero Rats: landmine and tuberculosis detectors | The Economist  07:52

Meet the Hero Rats who love to play hide and seek amongst landmines and unexploded bombs, and treasure hunt for positive TB samples. Apopo, a Belgian charity is harnessing the sociability, enthusiasm..

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Tanzania est planeando un operativo homofbico [Video]Tanzania est planeando un operativo homofbico  01:10

La decisión de Dar es Salaam de buscar y arrestar a personas que se cree que son homosexuales apunta a un patrón hostil mayor en Tanzania.

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EU to ‘review’ support to Tanzania over rights concerns

The European Union is reviewing its financial support to Tanzania in response to recent moves undermining "human rights and the rule of law".
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Tanzanian army arrives in cashew region to oversee crop purchases: report

Soldiers arrived in southern Tanzania to oversee government management of the country's cashew nuts, local newspaper Citizen reported, a move ordered by President John Magufuli to protect farmers from..
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Goway Offers Savings of $2199 on East Africa Odyssey Safari

Goway Travel is offering great savings on its East Africa Odyssey Safari. GLENDALE, Calif. (PRWEB) November 16, 2018 Goway is offering savings of up to $2199 per couple on selected 14-day East..
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World Bank withdraws £235m loan Tanzania loan over pregnant schoolgirl ban

Lender cancels funds intended to help east African nation's education ministry over human rights concerns
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Denmark withholds £7.5m aid to Tanzania over 'unacceptable homophobic comments'

Move comes on same day World Bank scraps £235m loan to East African country
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Tanzania loses $10 million in aid due to anti-gay crackdown

Denmark is the second-largest donor to the country. The post Tanzania loses $10 million in aid due to anti-gay crackdown appeared first on PinkNews.
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Denmark withholds aid to Tanzania after anti-gay comments

denmark withholds aid to tanzania after anti-gay comments
A government minister says aid worth $9.8m will be withheld from Tanzania after anti-gay rhetoric.
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Tanzania loses Denmark aid over rights concerns after World Bank scraps loan

Tanzania's second-biggest donor Denmark said it would withhold $10 million worth of aid money, citing concerns over human rights abuses and "unacceptable homophobic comments" made by a government..
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Denmark withholds Tanzania aid money over human rights, homophobia concerns

Tanzania's second-biggest donor Denmark will withhold a large part of the aid money it pays to the country amid concerns over human rights and "unacceptable homophobic comments" made by a government..
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Tanzania forced to deploy military to purchase cashew nuts from farmers amid price row

President orders increase in cost to protect country's most valuable export crop
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The search in Germany for the lost skull of Tanzania's Mangi Meli

the search in germany for the lost skull of tanzania's mangi meli
Mnyaka Sururu Mboro is looking for the skull of a rebel Tanzanian chief who was executed by German colonisers.
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Tanzania's Magufuli deploys military amid cashew nut crisis

President John Magufuli ordered officers to buy the crop from farmers at government-approved prices.
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Tanzania minister says gay men are safe—as 10 endure anal exams

Tanzanians are terrified. The post Tanzania minister says gay men are safe—as 10 endure anal exams appeared first on PinkNews.
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U.S. concerned by rising attacks on human rights in Tanzania

The United States has spoken out against Tanzanian moves to cut back human rights and civil liberties, including arrests and harassment of "marginalized" people such as homosexuals.
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