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Solar Partner Sought for GEI Global Tanzanian Project

GEI Global Energy Corp. , after 18 months of development with our world-wide partners, GEI GLOBAL will ” light-up ” Tanzania and seeks a partnership with an established international Solar Power company for a suite of 15MW-45MW projects with the Government of Tanzania resulting in guaranteed and long term revenues. During the 2015 U.N. climate change talks in Paris, the African Development Bank, stated: ” Africa is simply tired of being in the dark.

Source: Tanzanian News

East Africa: Tanzania Leader Advises EAC on Human Capital

Dar es Salaam – President John Magufuli has asked Partner States in the East African Community to invest in human capital and advised artisans to be more competitive, creative, and innovative so as to take advantage of the conducive environment prevailing in the region. Said Meck Sadiki, the Regional Commissioner for Dar es Salaam spoke on behalf Magufuli, at the Mnazi Mmoja Grounds in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania when officially opening the16th edition of the annual EAC Jua Kali/Nguvu Kazi Exhibition.

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The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art launched ‘Indian Ocean Experience’ Dec. 3, a selection of works in its current exhibition ‘African Mosaic.’ This installation of 20 works is part of the museum’s ‘Connecting the Gems of the Indian Ocean: From Oman to East Africa’ project made possible through the Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center in Washington, D.C. The installation tells the story of diasporic influences and connecting cultures illustrated through rare objects from the permanent collection of the National Museum of African Art and the collection of the Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center.

Source: Tanzanian News

Germany cuts Burundi aid, to benefit Tanzania refugee camps

Germany has suspended financial support to Burundi amounting to millions of dollars and instead the money will be dedicated to refugees who are in Tanzania’s camps. The move follows the ongoing crisis in Burundi, which erupted early last year when President Pierre Nkurunzinza announced to run for a third-term in office, which was criticized by large sections of the people.

Source: Tanzanian News

'I know thee not,' Magufuli tells off CCM financiers.

Signs that Tanzania is indeed entering formal capitalism to which is attached properly functioning multiparty democracy have begun to take shape after a breadth of political-economic observers missed out the signs in earlier socio-political incidents. Now the banging is loud and clear, with the recent stand-off where the newly inaugurated presidency more or less denied any links or affinities with habitual acolytes of the ruling party.

Source: Tanzanian News