Kibaran Resources completes resettlement action plan for Epanko graphite project

Kibaran Resources completes resettlement action plan for Epanko graphite project ASX-listed Kibaran Resources has completed a resettlement action plan (RAP) for the planned development of the Epanko graphite project in Tanzania. The RAP program has been conducted by Kibaran Resources in accordance with the highest global standards for social and environmental planning and achieves the … Continue reading

UONGOZI INSTITUTE CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Research Grants

UONGOZI Institute is pleased to announce a call for proposals for the year 2016-17. Over the past decade, most African countries have enjoyed good economic growth relative to their historical performance and the average growth rate for the global economy. Africa is becoming more integrated in the world economy and its partnerships are diversifying, revealing … Continue reading

AUSTRALIAN SCHEME TRANSFORMING LIVES IN TANZANIA

An Australian-funded scheme is saving and transforming lives in the regions of Arusha, Coast, Dar-es-Salaam, Dodoma, Lindi, Morogoro, Mtwara, Singida, Tabora and Tanga. With funding from the Australian Government, Tanzanian NGOs have improved the health of more than 33,000 women and children. The funding provides modern family planning methods, child vaccinations, and safe and clean … Continue reading

KIBARAN RESOURCES LIMITED DONATES 148 DESKS TO EPANKO PRIMARY SCHOOL IN MAHENGE DISTRICT MOROGORO REGION

Kibaran Resource limited, an Australian ASX listed company yesterday handed over 100 out 0f 148 desks to Epanko Primary School, Morogoro region as part of their Corporate Social investment program. Managing Director Andrew Spinks and Country Director Grant Pierce updated president Dr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete on the project which after 3 years of exploration in … Continue reading

TANZANIA PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION GOES LIVE WITH METRICSTREAM AUDIT MANAGEMENT SOLUTION

MetricStream, a market leader in enterprise Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) solutions announced today that the government-owned Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) has gone live with MetricStream’s solution for risk-based audit management. Built on an integrated GRC platform, the solution consolidates internal audit activities in a single framework to drive greater transparency and efficiency, while … Continue reading

Tanzanians to have access to Dar Es Salaam Rapid Transit shares

Tanzanian individuals and companies will have the opportunity to purchase shares in the two bus firms operating under the Dar es Salaam Rapid Transit (DART) project upon completion of the project. The two bus firms will operate 300 rapid buses. Service standards and skill transfer will be overseen by international rapid commuter firms. source : … Continue reading

Tanzania earmarked to be centre for investment in the East Africa region

Tanzania is set to receive a major boost from Japan in various sectors and will emerge in the very near future as the centre for investment in the East Africa region and the continent as a whole. Projects  will include the refurbishment of the central railway network and the expansion of the Dar es Salaam … Continue reading

257 bicycles for Morogoro Most Vulnerable Children Community Volunteers

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) as part of the ”Pamoja Tuwalee program/FHI360” which supports the implementation of the Tanzanian government’s National Costed Plan of Action for Vulnerable Children has provided 257 bicycles to 257 community volunteers in Morogoro. The bicycles support community volunteers in overseeing, coordination and leveraging care and support for … Continue reading

Six flyovers to be constructed in Dar es salaam

Six flyovers will be constructed at Tazara, Ubungo, Magomeni, Fire, Kamata and Chang’ombe road junctions in Dar es Salaam. The first flyover will be built at Tazara Intersection where Nyerere Road crosses Nelson Mandela Road beginning September this year with the assistance of a grant of $ 32.6 million from Japan. Tanzania and Japan have already … Continue reading

Obama visit puts spotlight on Tanzania

US President Barack Obama’s visit to  Tanzania on July 1st , three months after another visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping, shows that Tanzania commands global recognition despite being a developing country. His visit is part of his African tour after  Senegal and South Africa. The US leader will tour the Symbion gas-fired power plant at … Continue reading