The committee is happy with the progress of work at Mbulu district hospital.
Construction of Mbulu District Hospital is making great progress according to the Administration and Local Government Affairs Committee.
The committee who is in charge of supervising the project was satisfied with the progress during a site visit. … Read More
Integrated Justice Centres construction to help Tanzania’s Judiciary system.
Construction has kick-off for six court buildings by the Judiciary of Tanzania. The buildings will be known as Integrated Justice Centres (IJC) and are aimed at helping the nation’s Judiciary system.
According to the design, the buildings will be a one-stop … Read More
Rusumo 80MW hydroelectric power station is 59% complete.
The construction of Rusumo Hydroelectric Power Station to generate 80MW has now reached 59% compared to 32% in June last year. The revelations were made by the outgoing chairman of Energy Ministers from Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda, Tanzanian Minister for Energy, Dr … Read More
The government of Tanzania has dismissed 36 water authorities to save operating cost.
The water authorities in Tanzania have different sectors, some cover the cost of projects and contribute to investment while others are subsidized with electricity and salaries of permanent staff.
Tanzania scraped the water authorities to reduce the … Read More
Kenya Government slash oil pipeline tariff price for oil importers by 50 percent.
Kenya is trying to regain the regional fuel transport market after loosing it to Tanzania’s port Dar es Salaam. As a result of this loss, Kenya’s Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has slashed the oil pipeline … Read More
African Development Bank (AfDB) approves USD 455 million for the construction of a ring road and Tanzania’s new airport in the new capital Dodoma.
The President of AfDB Akinwumi Adesina approved the loan at the bank’s headquarter in Abidjan in a meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and East … Read More
Why are they going back to their old railways after their agreement and ambitious plans for East Africa’s Standard Gauge Railway network.
In August 2013 the Presidents of Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda signed a Tripartite Agreement; for the development and operation of a 1,500km-long joint Standard Gauge Rail (SGR) system; … Read More
KPM leading solution is taking a step to address key infrastructure challenges in Africa. This is through the launch of Smart Africa Infrastructure Conference. It will be held in DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dar es Salaam – Oyster Bay, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Smart Africa Infrastructure Conference 2019 is a … Read More
Zanzibar Island is an Archipelago that sits on the coast of Tanzania. It is home to one of Africa exciting beaches that gives way to the rainforest. The Island is an Africa dream of the 1000 and 1 night with a spicey and exotice aroma having a shining white beaches … Read More
Tanzania President call for more improvement in the implementation of trade agreement with Malawi.
Tanzania President John Magufuli is unhappy with the slow implementation of the trade agreement with Malawi. During a two-day visit to Malawi, He called for the speedy implementation of the agreement.
He cited the construction of … Read More
Revamping of Rwanda Biggest border set to kick-off after tour by government officials
Plans are in motion for the revamping of Rusumo border by the Rwanda Government. The aim of the revamp is to boost trade and also increase their capacity to cope with the growing traffic of cargo.
The … Read More
Tanzania Dar-Moro standard gauge railway construction reaches 42% completion.
The Construction of Tanzania’s biggest standard gauge railway (SGR) is 42% complete according to the government. The Dar-Moro SGR will help connect its main port of Dar es Salaam to its land-locked neighbours. These neighbours include, the Democratic Republic of Congo, … Read More
President John Magufuli launches mobile court in Tanzania to help primary courts.
President Magufuli has launched mobile court worth Sh470m in Tanzania. This mobile court will help reduce the number of cases at the primary level in the judiciary system of the nation; as over 177, 614 cases were filled … Read More
The construction of a cassava plant in Tanzania is 90% complete.
The construction of Lindi based Cassava Starch of Tanzania Corporation’s (CSTC) cassava plant in Tanzania is almost complete. Reports say the plant is already 90% complete and will soon become fully operational.
The Lindi based Cassava Starch of Tanzania … Read More
Plans underway for the construction of Uganda-Tanzania pipeline.
The much anticipated construction of Uganda-Tanzania pipeline will kick-off in June. The underground pipeline will transport crude oil across both countries as well as create a strong bond between them.
The Uganda-Tanzania pipeline which is 1,445-km long will run from Hoima in … Read More
Kenyans unhappy with Tanzania’s refusal to sale its product in their country resulting to trade and bilateral issues.
Kenya and Tanzania have being having problem when it comes to trading of goods and services. An agreement between both nations on 24 February 2018 was meant to solve this problem. But … Read More
Calls for completion of tarmac road continues as pregnant mother lack access to healthcare facilities
Construction of Tarmac road in Tanzania is taking to long to complete. Meanwhile, this has made residents and NGOs to raise concern about the state of the road. Such organisation like Maternity Africa have ask … Read More
Minister happy with progress of office building construction as part of plans to relocate to the state capital in Dodoma.
Construction of water and irrigation ministry office is moving at a steady pace according to the minister. During his visit, the minister express his excitement about the pace of the … Read More
President John Magufuli unhappy with loans condition but assures that they can repay the money.
President John Magufuli is unhappy with the loan condition set by some multilateral financing agencies. According to him Tanzania has the resource to pay, but that the loan is getting to much.
The President made … Read More
Members of Parliaments (MPs) list out challenges affecting industrialisation drive in Tanzania.
Tanzania is a nation with great potential but lack of industrialisation is affecting it. The members of parliaments during it session said its is due to unfriendly business environment.
According to the MPs, this is hindering and also … Read More