Tanzania has lifted the ban on imports of meat from South Africa after Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) prohibited the importation of meat and its products in March 2018 following an outbreak of listeriosis epidemic in South Africa. The TFDA said the three factories which produced products that triggered the outbreak of the disease will not be allowed to export their products to Tanzania.
Tanzania Removes Ban On SA Meat
Citizen, 13 June 2018
Tanzania has formally lifted the ban on imports of meat and its products from South Africa. The Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) decided to prohibit importation of meat and… Read more »
Top hotels import meat in Tanzania.
Zanzibar Destroys 48kg of Meat From South Africa
Citizen, 15 March 2018
The Zanzibar Food and Drug Agency (ZFDA) has destroyed 48 kilos of meat that was imported from South Africa illegally. Read more »
Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Kenya have banned the import of processed meats from South Africa in order to protect their citizens from the disease ... Read more »
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