The French Ambassador to Tanzania, Frédéric Clavier (C), briefs journalists in Dar es Salaam yesterday on the National Ecological Organic Agriculture Conference set to be held in Dodoma on November 26 and 27. He is flanked by the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation Representative in Tanzania, Fred Kafeero (L), and French Embassy counsellor Cécile Frobert. Photo: John Badi
Minister of State in Prime Minister’s Office responsible for Investment, Angellah Kairuki (R) launching Airtel 4G LTE network in Dodoma earlier this week. Left is Airtel Tanzania’s Managing Director, George Mathen and other company, ministry officials. Photo courtesy of Airtel.
Pascal Van Erp dives at one of Mount Vema's summits and swims past one of it's many kelp forests. Divers found rich marine life at Mount Vema, an underwater seamount 1,000km off the coast of Cape Town. Greenpeace is currently conducting a year long North to South Pole voyage, conducting research on the high seas and calling for 30% of it's protection by 2030. Mount Vema is one of their stops, a seamount believed to have been overfished until 2006, when it was declared a marine protected area. Scientists have concluded that the area is recovering well thanks to the ban on fishing. Photo courtesy: Greenpeace