A court in France has thrown out a lawsuit filed against TotalEnergies by two French and four Ugandan groups over the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (ECOP), also known as Uganda Tanzania Crude Oil Pipe (UTCOP)
The lawsuit had also included six Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in
The Tanzanian government made changes to its investment laws, heralding opportunities for foreigners seeking to invest in the country.
In December last year, Tanzania enacted Investment Act No.10 of 2022, repealing the Tanzania Investment Act No. 26 of 1997.
In the new Act, there is no longer
Tanzania’s Natural Resources and tourism ministry revoked Sunday, a decision to allow exports of live wildlife.
The move came after the Tanzanian Wildlife Authority (TWA) said it would lift a 2016 ban on exports of wild animals.
The TWA announced the lifting of the ban would be
Fuel prices have hit new highs in Tanzania as tensions in eastern Europe continue to impact the global oil market.
According to the latest cap prices for May for petroleum products, announced late Tuesday by the Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA), petrol prices in
Kenya and Tanzania’s trade volume doubled within a six-month period after President Uhuru Kenyatta and Samia Suluhu struck a bilateral trade deal in May last year.
According to Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) data shared by the East Africa Business Council (EABC), the value of trade
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday joined his host Samia Suluhu Hassan at a celebration to mark 60 years of mainland Tanzania's independence at Uhuru Gardens in the country's commercial capital Dar es Salaam.
The colourful ceremony was attended by thousands of Tanzanians from all walks of
As Tanzanians mark the 22nd commemoration of Mwalimu Julius
Nyerere’s death in 1999 today, some may wonder as to why Thursday has turned
out to be a ‘black day’ for the Nation.
Two of the retired presidents, including the founder of the
nation, Mwalimu Nyerere, and two ex-prime ministers
Analysts have welcomed the recent move by Tanzania’s
President Samia Suluhu to revive negotiations on the historic Ksh.3.2 trillion
(US$.30 billion) Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) project, saying it will bring
tremendous opportunities and transform the country’s economy.
Discussions which were held virtually between President Suluhu and the Royal Dutch
Tanzania’s environment watchdog has destroyed 7.5 tons of
banned plastic bags seized in Dar es Salaam and Coast regions, an official said
Boniface Guni, the state-run National Environment Management
Council (NEMC) manager for southern zone, said the prohibited plastic bags
seized in the two regions at various times
Kenya and Tanzania have set December as a deadline when both
countries would have resolved the existing trade barriers affecting
The decision came after the Joint Commission on Cooperation
(JCC) meeting, a bilateral organ comprising officials from the two countries
created to resolve issues affecting areas of cooperation.