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  2. Air Tanzania - Wikipedia

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    The Tanzanian government selected SAA as the winning bidder. After signing an agreement with the government, SAA in December 2002 purchased a 49 percent stake in Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) for US$20 million. $10 million was the value of the government's shares, and the remaining $10 million was for the Capital and Training Account for financing Air Tanzania's proposed business plan.

  3. Cabinet of Tanzania - Wikipedia

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    The Cabinet of Tanzania is the most senior level of the executive branch of Tanzania and consists of the President, Vice President, President of Zanzibar, Prime Minister and all the Ministers. Deputy Ministers are not part of the cabinet. Current Cabinet

  4. Islam in Tanzania - Wikipedia

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    Islam in Tanzania is the second largest religion in the country behind Christianity. There are no reliable statistics, figures claimed vary between 35% and "almost half" of the people of Tanzania. On the mainland, Muslim communities are concentrated in coastal areas, with some large Muslim majorities also in inland urban areas especially and ...

  5. Tanzanian passport - Wikipedia

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    History. Before issuing the new ePassports, the Passport Control Authority of Tanzania used to issue Machine-readable Passports. The previous model before the machine readable version, was designed in the 1970s, before computer technology became widely available, hence the holder's data was typewritten or even handwritten on it.

  6. Politics of Tanzania - Wikipedia

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    The politics of Tanzania takes place in a framework of a unitary presidential democratic republic, whereby the President of Tanzania is both head of state and head of government, and of a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and parliament.

  7. Tanzania - Wikipedia

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    Ancient. Tanzania is one of the oldest continuously inhabited areas on Earth. Traces of fossil remains of humans and hominids date back to the Quaternary era. The Olduvai Gorge, in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, features a collection with remnants of tools that document the development and use of transitional technology.

  8. National Bank of Commerce (Tanzania) - Wikipedia

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    At the end of 2017, Tanzania's total banking assets were valued at TZS:29.97 trillion (US$13.2 billion). At the same time, National Bank of Commerce (Tanzania) was reported to own 5.6 percent of all national banking assets, [4] translating in TZS:1,768+ trillion (US$779+ million).

  9. Tanzania People's Defence Force - Wikipedia

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    The Tanzania People’s Defence Force (TPDF) (Swahili: Jeshi la Ulinzi la Wananchi wa Tanzania) is the armed forces of the United Republic of Tanzania. It was established in September 1964, following a mutiny by the former colonial military force, the Tanganyika Rifles. From its inception, it was ingrained in the troops of the new TPDF that ...