Tanzanian Villagers Cry Foul Over Bio Fuel Land Deal

Locals in Kilwa and Rufiji districts have requested the government to be involved in the bio-fuel project implementation after huge chucks of land was lost to investors.
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    Tanzania Daily News, 12 December 2012

    VILLAGERS from Kilwa and Rufiji districts have requested the government to involve them in implementation of bio-fuel projects and investments in which huge tracts of land is used. read more »

Sugar cane plantation used in production of biofuel

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    Tanzania Daily News, 1 May 2012

    THE plight of thousands of villagers in Kisarawe District of Coast region whose 8,200 hectares of prime land was taken by British Sun Biofuels has been highlighted by a new ... read more »