Tanzania Assures Tourists On Isles' Safety

Minister for Information, Tourism and Culture Said Ali Mbarouk has assured tourists and investors that the island still remains a safe place to visit.

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    Tanzania Daily News, 25 February 2013

    THE government of Zanzibar has allayed fears in connection with possible attacks on tourists, investors and visitors, saying that the islands are safe. read more »

Photo: Daily News

Insecurity threatening tourists in the islands (file photo)

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    Tanzania Daily News, 26 February 2013

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  • Tanzania:  Tanzanian Police Offer Reward for Information On Priest Killings

    Sabahi, 24 February 2013

    Tanzanian police have offered a 20-million shilling ($12,300) reward for information leading to the capture of suspects in recent attacks on Catholic priests, Tanzania's Daily News ... read more »

  • Tanzania:  Security in Churches Intensified in Isles

    Tanzania Daily News, 24 February 2013

    POLICE investigating the murder of the Roman Catholic priest, Evarist Mushi, in Zanzibar last Sunday and the attempted murder of another priest, Ambrose Mkenda, last year have ... read more »

  • Tanzania:  Church Workers Terrified After Priest's Murder, Bishop

    Catholic Information Service for Africa, 22 February 2013

    Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete has directed the police force to use its full strength to conduct a speedy and thorough investigation into the murder of a Catholic Priest, ... read more »

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