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  • Chinese embassy in Tanzania donates sports, educational equipment

    The Chinese Embassy in Tanzania on Wednesday donated football kits, tables and chairs for teachers in Ilala District in the port city of Dar es Salaam.


  • Feature: Chinese-built water supply project benefits 400,000 Tanzanians

    Anna Emmanuel, a mother of four residing in Njiro in Tanzania's northern city of Arusha, no longer endures sleepless nights worrying about accessing water for her household needs.


  • GLOBALink | Chinese-built road boosts development in Tanzania's Zanzibar

    Road rehab by a Chinese company changes Tanzania's Zanzibar for the better, as residents share the benefits of boosted traffic and tourism.


  • Tanzania's Zanzibari president commends China for building residential quarters for medical personnel

    Tanzania's Zanzibari President Hussein Ali Mwinyi on Wednesday laid the foundation stone for the construction of residential quarters for medical personnel of the Abdulla Mzee hospital on Pemba Island, part of the Zanzibar Archipelago.


  • Feature: 10 years on, Confucius Institute tethers hearts of China, Tanzania with culture and more

    "The Chinese language is the language of the day across the globe. It is the language that unlocks opportunities for the youth, locally and globally," said Asha Fum Khamis, a Chinese language teacher from Tanzania's Zanzibar at the Confucius Institute within the University of Dar es Salaam.


  • China's Huawei awards Tanzanian students

    China's tech giant Huawei held an award ceremony to award Tanzanian students participating in Huawei's Seeds for the Future (SFTF) program in Tanzania's commercial hub of Dar es Salaam on Monday.


  • Tanzanian, Chinese firms sign contract for extension of national ICT broadband infrastructure

    Tanzania's state-run telecom company on Monday signed a contract with Chinese tech giant Huawei for the extension of the National ICT Broadband Backbone (NICTBB) to 23 districts in the East African nation.


  • Feature: Chinese company protects wildlife while building hotels in Tanzania

    At a hotel in Tanzania's Serengeti National Park, Zhang Cuishan, wearing a short-sleeved shirt, was checking the status of the project. Not far behind him, a herd of elephants was drinking leisurely at the edge of a pond, oblivious to human activity.


  • China donates more COVID-19 vaccine doses to Tanzania's Zanzibar

    Tanzania's Zanzibar on Friday received 200,000 doses of Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine from China.


  • Chinese companies sign contract for construction of Lake Victoria Bridge in Tanzania

    Two Chinese companies recently signed a 258-million-U.S. dollar construction contract with Tanzania National Roads Agency to implement a bridge engineering project over the Lake Victoria, according to a report from Tanzanian media the Citizen.


  • PowerChina International signs water supply system project in Arusha Tanzania

    PowerChina International Group Ltd. recently signed the contract for the construction of the new water supply system project in Arusha, Tanzania.


  • Tanzania, Uganda sign construction of crude oil pipeline pact

    Tanzania and Uganda on Friday signed a 3.55-billion-U.S.-dollar agreement for the construction of a 1,443-km crude oil pipeline between the two countries, said a statement by Tanzania's Information Services.


  • Tanzania plans to enact law to regulate real estate industry

    The government of Tanzania was in the process of tabling a bill in Parliament to regulate the growing real estate industry, a senior official said Thursday.


  • Tanzania's largest gold mine may close down operation by December

    Tanzania's largest open-pit mine, Buzwagi Gold Mine, could close down its operation in December this year, a senior mine official said Wednesday.


  • China's Huawei offers scholarships to Tanzanian students

    China's tech giant Huawei on Friday announced 10 scholarships for Tanzanian students in 2017 to support Tanzania's ICT (information and communications technology) development.


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