Tanzania Says It Will Continue Confiscating Cattle
The Tanzanian government says it will not let up on control measures against the importation of cattle from neighbouring countries for illegal grazing. The Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation Ministry says animals have been confiscated at border posts with Burundi, Uganda and Kenya.
The Tanzanian government says many cattle from neighbouring countries enter the country without following the laid-down procedures.
Tanzania: State Defends Cattle Seizure
Daily News, 20 November 2017
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Citizen, 20 November 2017
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