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TANZANIANS 'OVERWHELMINGLY SUPPORT' EAST AFRICAN INTEGRATION, SURVEY SAYS
Written by TIMES REPORTER   
Friday, 17 October 2014 00:00

EIGHT-out-of-ten polled Tanzanians (80 per cent) think Tanzania should remain in the East African Community (EAC). In addition, nearly nine-out-of-ten (85 per cent) 'approve or strongly approve' of greater integration with Kenya and Uganda in particular. Six-out-of-ten citizens also support increased integration with Rwanda (62 per cent) and Burundi (59 per cent)!

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SWALA OIL&GAS SHARES PRICE QUADRUPLES IN TWO MONTHS!
Written by MNAKU MBANI   
Friday, 17 October 2014 00:00

months ago have seen a quadrupling of their investments portfolios, following a near-phenomenal increase in the company’s shares price at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE)!

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WHAT TANZANIAN MINING INDUSTRY NEEDS
Written by MIA BREYTENBACH   
Friday, 17 October 2014 00:00

THE mining industry in Tanzania is currently facing several key challenges, including the need to attract investment for exploration in a difficult financial climate. As it happens, this is compounded by regulatory uncertainty – which further discourages additional investment, states Adam Lovett, a director of the law firm Norton Rose Fulbright based in Dar es salaam, Tanzania

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TANZANIA TARGETS 75 PER CENT ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY BY 2025
Written by TIMES REPORTER   
Friday, 17 October 2014 00:00

TANZANIA is targeting to increase access to electricity by 75 per cent of the country's population by the year 2025 – the time when   it will hopefully attained a middle income status, in accordance with its National Development Vision-2025!

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,WHAT TANZANIAN MINING INDUSTRY NEEDS 'Regulatory certainty, transparency,' law firm says
Written by MIA BREYTENBACH   
Friday, 17 October 2014 00:00

THE mining industry in Tanzania is currently facing several key challenges, including the need to attract investment for exploration in a difficult financial climate. As it happens, this is compounded by regulatory uncertainty – which further discourages additional investment, states Adam Lovett, a director of the law firm Norton Rose Fulbright based in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.

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