Does Tanzania Value Its Archaeological Finds?
Tanzania has recently made world headlines with two archaeological finds - the remains of a rare dinosaur and a 700-year-old "lost city". Writing in The Citizen, Saume Jumanne asks if the country is taking enough advantage of the discoveries.
Citizen, 3 September 2017
Of late Tanzania has made headlines overseas for two archaeological discoveries-findings of remains of a 5-tonne dinosaur and about 700-year-old abandoned site of ancient Engaruka… Read more »
The site where the dinosaur was found.
University of York, 5 September 2017
Researchers at the University of York working on a 700-year old abandoned agricultural site in Tanzania have shown that soil erosion benefited farming practices for some 500 years. Read more »
Daily News, 3 September 2017
Tanzanians have been advised to cultivate a culture of visiting local tourism attractions instead of leaving the opportunities to foreigners only. Read more »