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  • China donates medical equipment to local hospital in Tanzania

    The 27th Chinese medical team in Tanzania on Tuesday donated medical equipment to Kairuki Hospital in the port city of Dar es Salaam.


  • China emerges as leading source of foreign investment in Tanzania: officials

    China has emerged as a leading source of foreign direct investment (FDI) in Tanzania, significantly contributing to the country's development, officials said Wednesday.


  • More Chinese companies to explore investment opportunities in Tanzania

    About 60 investment companies from China will participate in the China-Tanzania investment forum to be held in the port city of Dar es Salaam on March 27, officials said Wednesday.


  • Chinese company to build modern football stadium in northern Tanzania for 2027 AFCON finals

    China Railway Construction Engineering Group (CRCEG) on Tuesday signed an agreement with the Tanzanian Ministry of Culture, Arts and Sports to construct a football stadium in Tanzania's northern city of Arusha for the 2027 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals.


  • Chinese companies secure contract for petroleum infrastructure project at Dar es Salaam Port

    Two Chinese companies have secured a contract to construct tanks and associated infrastructure for the receiving, storage and distribution of petroleum and energy products at the Dar es Salaam port, a senior Tanzanian official said.


  • GLOBALink | Tanzania gains popularity among Chinese tourists

    Attracted by its abundant wildlife and rich cultural heritage, more and more Chinese are traveling to Tanzania during holidays.


  • Feature: Love of Chinese-Tanzanian couple continues to blossom

    When talking about his beautiful Tanzanian wife, Dilshat Tursun, a 30-year-old Chinese man, could not help but wear a broad smile on his face.


  • GLOBALink | China doing great in advancing and safeguarding human rights in Xinjiang: Tanzanian woman in Kashgar

    Hadiya Msham Abdulla from Zanzibar, a Tanzanian woman who married a man from China's Xinjiang says she enjoys life in the beautiful northwestern Chinese region. She also says China is doing a great job in advancing and safeguarding human rights in Xinjiang, based on her own experience.


  • Comprehensive Service Cooperation Zone of East Africa Commercial & Logistics Industrial Park in Tanzania added in list of practical co-op deliverables of BRF2023

    Building the Comprehensive Service Cooperation Zone of East Africa Commercial & Logistics Industrial Park in Tanzania was included in the List of Practical Cooperation Deliverables of the Third Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation unveiled on October 18.


  • Tanzania lauds China for donation of textbooks to students

    The government of Tanzania on Thursday expressed gratitude to the Chinese embassy in the East African nation for the donation of 2,700 Chinese textbooks to schools teaching the Chinese language.


  • Yearender-Feature: Ordinary Tanzanians benefit from FOCAC

    For Queen Paul, the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation has left an indelible memory in her mind as she recalls how the Chinese-built library at Tanzania's state-run University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) has helped her to advance her studies in a friendly academic environment provided by the library.


  • Feature: Tanzanian woman witnesses growing Tanzania-China cultural ties

    On the bright afternoon of Tuesday, 32-year-old Florida Ferdinand Mtani who works at the China Cultural Center in Tanzania along the Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road in the port city of Dar es Salaam was busy receiving guests to an art exhibition.


  • China Cultural Center in Tanzania hosts art exhibition to cement cultural ties

    The China Cultural Center in Tanzania has hosted an artworks exhibition named "Charming Tanzania--Tingatinga Painting & Ebony Carvings Exhibition" with a view to cementing cultural relations between the two countries.


  • Tanzania's Zanzibar awards medals to Chinese medical team for service

    Tanzania's Zanzibar President Hussein Ali Mwinyi on Saturday awarded 21 members of the Chinese medical team with medals for their one-year stellar medical services in the Zanzibar archipelago.


  • Chinese embassy in Tanzania donates office equipment to Tanzania Paralympic Committee

    The Chinese embassy in Tanzania on Wednesday donated office equipment to the Tanzania Paralympic Committee to improve its performance as the committee that enhances sports for persons with disabilities in Tanzania.


  • Feature: China-educated Tanzanians say COVID-19 brings challenges, opportunities

    China Alumni Association of Tanzania (CAAT) hosted a panel discussion on Monday evening at the Chinese Cultural Center on challenges and opportunities created by COVID-19.


  • Interview: Tanzania wishes China successful Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games

    The Tanzania National Olympic Committee has wished China a successful Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games that will kick off on Feb. 4.


  • China, Tanzania sign agreement to strengthen cooperation

    China and Tanzania on Wednesday signed an agreement on economic and technical cooperation to enhance bilateral friendship.


  • Huawei's "Seeds for the Future" program enhances ICT skills for Tanzania's university students

    A Tanzanian government senior official has commended Huawei's "Seeds for the Future" program, saying the program is improving the quality of ICT education for university students in the east African nation.


  • China leads in Tanzania in investments: official

    China is leading in Tanzania with huge investments followed by Britain and the United States, the east African nation's investment watchdog said on Monday.


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