Tanzania Articles & Analysis

One of East Africa’s largest economies and most popular tourist destinations, Tanzania is reputed for its stability in the region. Its extractive wealth, favourable climate for agriculture, and natural assets such as Mount Kilimanjaro and the Serengeti National Park have helped it build a relatively high rate of growth over the last decade, averaging 6-7% per year.

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Beer production is set to expand in Tanzania, with Belgian-Brazilian brewing and beverage giant Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) set to construct its fifth factory in the country.

 

As it looks to develop its first new National Tourism Policy in 18 years, the Tanzanian government is likely to have a number of priorities in mind, including boosting visitor numbers, enhancing market and geographical diversification, and improving standards to ensure that the country retains its status as a high-end destination.

 

The United Republic of Tanzania comprises two separate, semi-autonomous regions: mainland Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika) and Zanzibar, an archipelago of islands with its own executive, legislative and judicial branches. Certain areas of law are union matters, meaning the same law applies to both lands, while for non-union matters – such as...

 

DRESS: Tanzania has an equatorial climate with dry and rainy seasons. Light clothing and an umbrella are recommended, especially during the hot and humid months between February and the middle of the calendar year. Private sector executives sometimes opt for an open collar, while public sector...

Articles & Analysis | Hotels for a visit to Tanzania from The Report: Tanzania 2018

 

GOLDEN TULIP DAR ES SALAAM OYSTERBAY HOTEL Toure Drive, Msasani Peninsula T: (+255) 222 600 286 F: (+255) 712 535 889 www.goldentulipdaressalaam.com enquiries@goldentuliptanzania.com Rooms: 84 full-sized rooms, including one presidential suite, two diplomatic suites and four executive suites, each with a private balcony and ocean view....

 

As part of its economic transformation in the 2000s, Tanzania recognised that a robust and reliable financial reporting framework, in both the public and private sectors, would play a vital role in mitigating fiscal and fiduciary risks, thereby stimulating further local and foreign direct investments. On July 1, 2004, the National Board of...