As in many other developing countries, Tanzania’s rural residents depend heavily on low-volume roads to reach jobs, services, markets, and go about their daily lives. The transport network was conceived primarily to accommodate cars and truck when, ironically, most road users in these areas do not own a vehicle. As …Read More
ZANZIBAR Ports Corporation (ZPC), has invested 8bn for the port development. The fund will enhance service efficiency in passenger and cargo handling at its ports.
According to Infrastructure, Communication and Transport Minister Dr Sira Ubwa Mamboya, ” the corporation is finalising procurement procedures for the purchase of one reach stacker, …Read More
Construction activities has resume on the National Housing Corporation (NHC) Morocco Square commercial tower following a recent loan-scheme restructure that helps to save at least 1.12bn/- a month.
The project which is 90% complete has so far sold 80% of residential apartments and commercial spaces at its Victoria Place and …Read More
Tanzania Zambia Mafuta (Tazama) is seeking for funds to upgrade its pipeline diameter to 12 inches. The fund in question for the upgrade is proposed to be US$400million.
Speaking to media, Tazama’s Tanzania Regional Manager, Abraham Saunyama said “What we want is to make the whole pipeline from Dar to …Read More
As part of plans to increase the tourism sector of the nation, Tanzania Government has allocated fund for the construction the the VIP route.
The construction of a 25-kilometre route for Very Important Persons (VIP), will be used by tourist while climbing Mountain Kilimanjaro.
In a press statement by the …Read More
Mirerani Sports Complex has been put on halt after flood invade the construction site. Director of Tanzanite Community Empowerment Organisation (TACEO), Charles Mnyalu while making the announcement said the project will now be move to August.
According to Mnyalu, “the grass is first of all rotting, due to the soaked …Read More
The construction of the pipeline is set to link Uganda and Tanzania which will take the two nations into a new height.
The announcement was made by Energy Minister Dr Medard Kalemani when tabling his ministry’s 2.196trn/- budget estimates and expenditures for the financial year 2020/21.
Kalemani said Tanzania has …Read More
Construction plans for Dodoma arena is set to kick-off according to Minister for Information, Arts, Culture and Sports Harrison Mwakyembe.
The ultra-modern sport complex is schedule to take up construction activities for 30months. These is after a series of seismic, topographical and feasibility studies has been carried-out to ensure maximum …Read More
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