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President Jakaya Kikwete displays vehicle ignition key after receiving it from Director of Germany’s Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS), Robert Muir (5th-R), at the handing over of 11 new vehicles at State House grounds in Dar es Salaam yesterday. The FZS support is meant to complement Tanzania’s anti-poaching efforts. Looking on are Natural Resources and Tourism minister Lazaro Nyalandu (4th-R) and Ambassador Filiberto Ceriani Sebregondi (2nd-L), Head of the European Union Delegation to Tanzania.
Anti-poaching campaign gets boost
In a move meant to support the anti- poaching campaign in Tanzania, Germany has donated 11 vehicles to expand surveillance and security in national parks and game reserves Full Story
Tawoma: Women Miners Have Failed To Secure Allocated Funds In TIB
Although the Ministry of Energy and Minerals allocated funds to ensure that small scale women miners run their projects, the majority of miners are yet to benefit from the funds Full Story