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18Feb 2019
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

THE Tanzania Forest Services (TFS) has signed contract with a UK based firm—RedCop and Tanzania’s Livingway URT Ltd both dealing with carbon trade for protection of forests in Tabora Region.

Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan presents a dummy cheque for 1.28bn/-, being a Tanzania Agricultural Development Bank loan issued to Singida Cooperative Union at the weekend. Receiving the cheque is the union’s deputy registrar, Thomas Nyamba ((2nd-R), as SCU chairman Yahya Ramadhan (R) and TADB officer Augustino Chacha (3rd-R) look on. Photo: Guardian Correspondent

18Feb 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

VICE President, Samia Suluhu Hassan has commended the Tanzania Agricultural Development Bank (...

Somali ambassador to Kenya Mohamoud Ahmed Nur alias Tarzan.

18Feb 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

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