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  2. Air Tanzania - Wikipedia

    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. National Bank of Commerce (Tanzania) - Wikipedia

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

  4. Culture of Tanzania - Wikipedia

    Vegetables commonly used in Tanzania include bamia which is mostly eaten as a stew or prepared into traditional stew called mlenda, mchicha (amaranthus tricolor), njegere , maharage , and kisamvu (cassava leaves). Tanzania grows at least 17 different types of bananas which are used for soup, stew, and chips.

  5. Regions of Tanzania - Wikipedia

    In 1975, Tanzania had 25 regions. In the 1970s, the name of the Ziwa Magharibi Region (West Lake Region) changed to Kagera Region. In 2002, Manyara Region was created out of part of Arusha Region. In 2012, four regions were created: Geita, Katavi, Njombe, and Simiyu. In 2016, Songwe Region was created from the western part of Mbeya Region.

  6. Politics of Tanzania - Wikipedia

    Tanzania has a five-level judiciary, which comprises the jurisdictions of tribal, Islamic, and British common law. In mainland Tanzania, appeal is from the Primary Courts through the District Courts and Resident Magistrate Courts, to the High Courts, ending in the federal Court of Appeal. The Zanzibar court system parallels the legal system of ...

  7. Tanzania People's Defence Force - Wikipedia's_Defence...

    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 ...

  8. Tanzania Telecommunications Corporation - Wikipedia

    Tanzania Telecommunications Corporation, formerly Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited (TTCL), is the oldest and largest fixed line telecommunications company in Tanzania. The company comes forth from the former Tanzania Posts and Telecommunications Corporation in 1993.

  9. Human rights in Tanzania - Wikipedia

    Tanzania is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to trafficking, specifically under conditions of forced labor and forced prostitution. The incidence of internal trafficking is higher than that of transnational trafficking, largely from rural to urban areas, affecting primarily children for their ...