President John Magufuli has given state agencies one week to resolve the issue over tax exemptions and release the 56 containers stuck at Dar es Salaam Port, some with equipment meant for government projects.
Magufuli Orders Release of Containers Held At Dar Port
Citizen, 17 July 2019
President John Magufuli yesterday ordered the release of 56 containers stuck at Dar es Salaam Port with equipment meant for government projects. Read more »
Dar Port Cargo Handling Volume Steadily Rises
Daily News, 18 July 2019
THE volume of cargo handled at the Dar es Salaam port grew by 2.3 per cent to 3 .9 million tonnes in the quarter ending March compared to 3.8 million tonnes registered in the… Read more »
Dispute Leaves Hundreds of Containers Stuck At Port
Citizen, 1 October 2018
A dispute over transit goods has left more than 300 containers stranded at Dar es Salaam Port causing congestion and inconvenience, The Citizen has established. Read more »
Magufuli Backs Mpango in Container Controversy
Citizen, 31 August 2018
President John Magufuli yesterday expressed his disappointment over a tax saga in which 20 containers said to belong to Dar es Salaam regional commissioner have remained stranded… Read more »
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