Dar es Salaam. The government wants Sh111.89 billion with which to address post-harvest crop losses as Tanzania suffers a critical shortage of current and realistic data for implementing its strategic development plans.
Can you imagine a human being running from Tabata, Dar es Salaam, where the offices of Mwananchi Communications Ltd are located to Kibaha, Coast Region in under two hours? It’s easy to say that, no human being can be able to make such a fete. It looks so unreal!
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Tanzania Resident Representative, Ms Christine Musisi has emphasized on the importance of using land-use planning as a tool for engaging communities in effective watershed catchment management.
Divergent views exist as to how Tanzania’s Double Tax Treaties (DTTs) are domesticated (incorporated) into Tanzanian domestic law. By way of a brief recap, in last week’s article, I discussed the nexus between DTTs and the Tanzanian Income Tax Act, 2004 (ITA-2004). In this week’s...