Zanzibar project gets female graduates

Zanzibar. Fumba Town - a real estate project in Zanzibar has received the first batch of female engineering and architecture graduates to support them with practical skills at its sites. The graduates from the University of Dar es Salaam and one from Ardhi University will have an opportunity to learn…

How cattle urine curbs spread of malaria

Dar es Salaam. In an effort to combat malaria infections in the country, scientists suggest the adoption of cattle urine lure as a cost–effective outdoor–based method, for surveillance and control of mosquito vector populations. The report released last month, was co-authored by six local and foreign scientists namely Dr Nicodem…

Tanzania runners ready for World Cross Country

Dar es Salaam. Four runners have been selected to represent Tanzania in the World Cross Country Championship scheduled to take place on February 18 in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. The runners are Inyasi Sulle, Fabian Nelson, Mathayo Sumbi and Josephat Joshua who will compete in the 10km race. They…