On October 14 hundreds of Arusha residents, tourism stakeholders and the Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Mr Lazaro Nyalandu marched on Arusha’s streets to amplify their anti-poaching campaign. The march coincided with Nyerere Day and reached its climax at the Sheikh Amri Abeid Stadium . (Photo by Raymond John).
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Alleged ‘Serial’ Killer He will
Shoot no more… Woman victim recognizes teeth set of dead assailant
Women in Arusha have expressed mixed feelings regarding the shooting of a
person suspected to be the killer behind series of attacks aimed at women
motorists in Arusha City.
In the early hours of Friday, the 10th of October, 2014 the police in Arusha
gunned down a person identified as Ramadhan-Abdallah Jumanne alias ‘Rama Ndonga’. According to the police, he is alleged to be the bandit behind recent incidences of women shootings in Arusha........Read more
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Electricity comes to Samunge, thanks to REA
The remote Samunge Village, in Ngorongoro district will be among the many rural locations to be lit up through newly awarded grants for rural electrification projects to be undertaken by twenty local firms.
Samunge together with its adjacent Malambo village, in Sale Division of
Ngorongoro District, are to be lit up with solar-powered electricity energy
through a special 250 million/- power project to be undertaken by the
Arusha-based, L’s Solutions Limited which is one of the 20 firms that won
the Rural Energy Agency’s ‘Lighting Rural Tanzania’ competition 2014............Read more
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Prince Anne launches community projects
Princess Anne, daughter of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, last week inaugurated several charity community development projects supported by a Scottish charity organization-Vine Trust, and implemented under the auspices of the Tanzania Women Research Foundation
(TAWREF) and the Evangelical Church of Tanzania-Northern Diocese (ELCT-ND) in Kilimanjaro region. .....Read more