July 29

  • Tanzania: Flights in Local Airspace Increase

    Daily News

    AIR flights in Tanzanian airspace have increased from 137,298 in 2003 to 230,458 in 2013, which is one of the successes of Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) since its... Read more »

  • Kenya: Tuskys Kampala Store Closed Over Sale of Bad Meat

    The Star

    KENYAN based regional retailer Tuskys Supermarkets is in trouble with Ugandan health authorities for allegedly selling expired and rotting food products leading to closure of one... Read more »

  • Kenya: Insurance Cover for Mombasa British Tourists

    The Star

    Tourism players at the Coast will tomorrow launch an insurance cover for British tourists who defy their travel advisory and visit the country. Read more »

  • Kenya: The State Must Do Its Part to Create Jobs [opinion]

    The Star

    Unemployment among the youth has reached crisis proportions. According to Uganda's long-serving President, Yoweri Museveni, young people in Eastern Africa engage in conflict... Read more »

  • Kenya: Kenya Telcos Register Drop in SMS Numbers

    Capital FM

    The number of Short Messaging Services (SMSs) sent between January to March this year declined to 6.22 billion from 6.28 billion messages sent during the preceding quarter. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Nakumatt Retailer Now in Dar

    Daily News

    THE door is wide open for investors in the East African region and beyond to come to Tanzania, Deputy Minister for Industry and Trade, Ms Janeth Mbene, has said. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Air Tanzania Set to Open Up Local Skies

    Daily News

    THE return to the skies by the national flag carrier is of paramount importance to the country since it will once again open up the Dar es Salaam route. Read more »

  • Tanzania: More Vigilance Needed to Curb 'Dirty Money'

    Daily News

    THE Central Bank last week placed the FBME Bank Tanzania under its management following concerns expressed by US authorities earlier this month that the bank's branch in Cyprus was... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Arusha Factories Use Log Fire for Energy

    Daily News

    ARUSHA, which was always described as one of the greenest cities in East Africa, is slowly but surely losing this status due to massive logging of trees by major textile firms. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Investment Companies Reap Billions at DSE

    Daily News

    TWO investment management companies have earned over 100bn/- through NMB Bank Plc's share trading at Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) last year. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Dar Targets 33bn/ - in Oil, Gas Insurance Premiums

    Daily News

    TANZANIA will be capable to underwrite at least US$20 million (about 33bn/-) in insurance premiums a year from oil and gas industry in the next few years, provided the country puts... Read more »

  • Kenya: Cyber Cafe Owners to Be Trained on Tax Returns

    The Star

    Cyber cafe operators will receive training from KRA on how to file annual tax returns online.The tax collector will undertake the exercise until Friday this week, before targeting... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Call for Prudent Import Policy

    Daily News

    THERE is need to revisit the country's import policy and draw up strategies to save hard earned forex by giving more attention to locally manufactured goods. Read more »



July 28

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