East Africans Cry Foul Over Tanzania's Firm Stance on Passports
The regional small-scale traders have lamented the country's directive that foreigners, including East Africans, must use passports to gain entry.
Citizen, 29 May 2017
The requirement that one needs to have a passport in order to move outside the country is barring Tanzanian small-scale traders from accessing a wider market under the East African… Read more »
The Namanga Border post.
East Africa: Tanzania Warns Foreigners On Passports Formality
Daily News, 29 May 2017
The Tanzanian government has reiterated that foreigners, including nationals of other East African Community (EAC) member states, must use passports to gain entry into the country. Read more »
East Africa: Cross Border Traders Face Difficulties
Daily News, 28 May 2017
A community of small-scale traders (Vibindo Society) has advised governments in the East African Community, including Tanzania to consider allowing citizens to use national… Read more »