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

MAJIMAJI FLAVA PLAY COMING TO TANZANIA

A contemporary play on the Majimaji war which took Germany by storm is now set to tour and woo theatre goers in Dar es Salaam and Bagamoyo. “Maji Maji Flava is the only superficial story about the magic of the water which is supposed to protect against the bullets of the colonialists. A legend that … Continue reading

Kibaran to supply graphite to lithium battery industry after signing binding agreement with Japanese trader Sojitz

ASX-listed Kibaran Resources has signed a binding exclusivity agreement with Japanese commodities trading giant Sojitz for the supply of graphite concentrate produced at its Epanko project, in Tanzania. Under the agreement, Kibaran will be the sole supplier of Tanzanian graphite to Sojitz for distribution into markets including Japan, Korea and Taiwan. Sojitz, in turn, is … Continue reading

KIBARAN RESOURCES ASSISTS TO KEEP GIRLS IN SCHOOL IN ULANGA DISTRICT

Kibaran Resources limited , an Australian ASX-listed exploration company with highly prospective graphite projects in Tanzania recently donated sanitary pads to 325 students in Nawenge Secondary School in Ulanga District, Morogoro region. The donation assisting a “Keep a girl in school” initiative is helping to provide girls with hygienic sanitary pads so that they remain … Continue reading

Women and liberation struggles exhibition and forum

Ireland is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 1916 raising that began the revolutionary period leading to Ireland’s independence. Over 300 women participated in the Rising but many of their contributions were lost from the historical record immediately following Independence. Tanzanian women also played an important role in Tanzania’s liberation struggle but their contribution also … Continue reading

Air Mauritius launches in Dar es Salaam

Travellers from Dar es Salaam can now fly directly with Air Mauritius on their newly launched route from Dar es Salaam to Reunion for $650 (Sh1.3 million) return. The move opens massive opportunities for business,agriculture and tourism between Tanzania and Mauritius. Mauritius is one of the word’s top tourist destinations, also renowned for their extinct … Continue reading

Footballer Mbwana Samatta makes Tanzania proud

Tanzanian striker and TP Mazembe club soccer player has made Tanzania proud by winning the CAF African player of the year based in Africa for 2015. Mbwana is the first player from East Africa to have won the prestigious title. The Tanzanian scored seven goals to emerge top and help the DR Congo club win … Continue reading

Tanzania: Radical Boost for Malaria Fight

Malaria, a serious health problem in Tanzania, can be eradicated in just three years, according to a leading expert on the prevention and treatment of the disease. Prof Li Guoqiao recently told a delegation of Tanzanian journalists in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou that the disease could be wiped out in Tanzania within two … Continue reading

Sustainable Charcoal Project in Kilosa

According to information gathered by National Forest Resources Monitoring and Assessment, Tanzania roughly consumes 50% more than the quantity of wood that nationally regrows every year. Thus, forests are being cleared faster than they can grow back. At the same time, it is estimated that biomass energy will remain to be Tanzania’s most important energy … Continue reading