Automobile Association of Tanzania (AAT) president Nizar Jivani (L), Dar es Salaam Regional Administrative Secretary Adolf Halii and National Sports Council officer Neema Msita attentively listening to AAT CEO Yusuf Ghor during Safer School Road project in Dar es Salaam last week. Photo: Guardian Correspondent.
While international tourists have increased almost 90 per cent over the past decade – surging by 12.9 per cent to 1.3 million in 2016 alone – inadequate infrastructure is still a major barrier for the industry, with poor roads and power shortages adversely affecting the tourist experience. File photo
Kondoa District Council Director Falesy Mohamed Kibasa (left) and the CEO of Sanlam Life Insurance, Khamis Suleiman, sign documents committing the insurer to fund constructions of two classrooms at Lusangi Primary School in the district. Looking on are TIRA’s Director of Surveillance and Prudential Supervision, Elia Kajiba (seated 3rd left), Kondoa District Commissioner Sezaria Veneranda Makota (in glasses), leaders and teachers of the school, and some of its pupils. Photo: Courtesy of Sanlam