Tanzania became independent when Julius Nyrere became president of the territory of Tanganyika and invited the island of Zanzibar to join it, forming the United Republic of Tanzania
Yes, the Community and Rural Development Bank is a major government owned bank in Tanzania.
There are a number of different animals on Zanzibar, including the Red Colobus Monkey, Bush Babies, "dik diks" and more. Domesticated animals include donkeys, cows, goats, chickens and ducks.
money and controlling the government forever
It is Zanzibar. Tanzania derives from the names of two states, Tanganyika and Zanzibar that were united in 1964
No. The Tanzanian flag is a black stripe diagonally across it, with two yellow stripes on either side of it. It is green above the stripe and blue below the stripe.
Very much so, they are very corrupt
the president and his cabinet are the greatest enemies of TANZANIA
The Stone Town of Zanzibar is a World Heritage Site under criteria ii, iii, and vi. The town is an outstanding material manifestation of cultural fusion and harmonization. The intense trading that unfolded in this town at its peak is illustrated beautifully by its architecture and urban structure....
coffee, cotton, tobacco, tea, cloves, cashew nuts, sugercane, coconuts, diamonds, gold, iron, and salt
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It goes from 0 feet at the Indian Ocean to, and I got 2 different heights, 19,331 or 19,341 feet [5,892m or 5,895m] at Mount Kilimanjaro.
You pretty much find most of the animals you find in Kenya but at different times, due to migration. eg. wildebeast
not very sure but idealy you need to cut the kiti moto meat in small pieces first, then you need to deep fry it long enough for it to fully cooked, then you need to add tomatoes, carrot, salt, green papers or onions and try them all together for a while
Postcode for Nyerere Road Dar Es Salaam Tanzania
Tanzanian - people from Zanzibar, Tanzania
British rule ended in Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1961. They merged to become the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1964. The country's named was shortened to the portmanteau United Republic of Tanzania in 1965.
Because it is below the equator line and when it is winter here it is summer there, visa versa Actually, in Tanzania it is hot pretty much all year round as it is near the equator.
The role of entrepreneurship to the economic of Tanzania is to helpboost knowledge and tourism in the country in recent years.Entrepreneurship has increased mainly due to young females andselling goods made at home.
Msijnko marat fidarov uq!
According to the CIA World Factbook, current primary exports of Tanzania are gold, coffee, cashew nuts, manufactured goods, and cotton.
I think mama getrude rwakatare tops the list! Together with Jacqueline Mwita
Yes! People in Zanzibar are fanatical about football - they mainly support teams for the British Premier League, with Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool being the favorites. The Spanish league is also supported, with Barcelona and Real Madrid being popular. During the World Cup everyone was...
Curriculum changes included doing away with gender stereotyping through textbooks as well as classroom practices. Also, academic courses covering sex education and gender education were added.
savanna grass, zebras and lions like there are no tigers in Africa only Asia.=)
It is on the east of Africa. See the map at the link below.
The following 76 countries are visa-free or visa upon arrival for Tanzanian Passport holders. Antigua & Barbuda Albania * Armenia Azerbaijan British Virgin Islands Barbados Bangladesh Botswana Burundi Bahamas Belize Bermuda Bolivia Cambodia Cayman Islands Cape Verde Comoros Cook Islands...
As of March 2010, the Vice President of the United Republic of Tanzania is Ali Mohamed Shein, who has held that office since 13 July 2001.
There are 2 main exports of Tanzania and they are coffee and sisal. Sisal is a fiber used for making twine and rope
Julius Kambarage Nyerere became president of the new nation, Tanzania in 1962
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The Chagga people mainly.
It's not in South Africa but in the East African countries of Kenya and Tanzania that African violets [ Saintpaulia spp ] grow natively. Their first discovery and their first collection date from 1892, along the Tanzanian coast near Tanga. The second set of specimens were discovered at and...
its a volcanoe. volcanoes are important.
Edward Tingatinga. He died in about 1973.
the drop out rate is 45% i knoe cause my teacher ms. wolski told me.. clasz of 010
Yes. Mt Kilimanjaro, Mt Meru
No the Sahara Desert is in North Africa and nowhere near Tanzania which is in South Eastern Africa.
I am not to sure.. that is what I'm trying to find!! Not good!
a very popular holiday in Tanzania
yes they do live in Tanzania
Swahili has been a lingua franca in East and Central Africa for a thousand years and more. A lthough it's a second language to most Tanzanians and Kenyans, it has the status of national language, so it's not really a lingua franca anymore. It's also an official language of the Demcratic Republic of...
Umuhimu wa fonolojia kwa walimu na wanafunzi ni kufanisi mawasilianano katika kufundisha na kujifunza
The religions of Tanzania are: Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, Pentecostals, Seventh-day Adventists, Mormon, Jehova's Witness, Lutheran, Moravians, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, and Baha'is. :) enjoy!
Mt. Kilamanjaro is Tanzania's largest mountain. As if right now, that's all that I am aware of.
About 2o mins drive if your lucky
Dodoma is the capital of Tanzania.Tanzania is rich in heritage and natural beauty.It is a famous place for safari. If you want to buy a safari package for visit then One -Way Tours & Safaris Ltd (one-waytoursandsafaris.com) will provide wildlife camping safaris in Tanzania.
Missionaries taught the people of Tanzania Christianity.
there are only 2 - north and south
It's importance in the development of the East African nations cannot be overstated. It enabled Tanzania to become a unified nation from Tanganyika's independence in 1961, and was the foundation for unification with Zanzibar in 1964. It has for 90-plus years been important to the East African...
The most noteworthy is Kilimanjaro
depends from where you are. if your in east then its 7,700. 10,700 if ur in the west
No, why would it? It stems from Arabic with English and Hindi influences.
Lake tanganyika is a fault action lake.
some of the main foods are: ugali, pilaw, chappati, beans and rise. many "restaurants" serve delicious roasted meat, and pomme frites.
The population density in Tanzania in 2010 is 46 people per square kilometre.
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DODOMA is a capital city as government adiministration and paliament is there.DAR ES SALAAM is a commercial city and was a foma capital city.
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There are red colobus monkeys which are endangered and theres only 1.500 left! There is a wide range of bird life and theres lots of butterflies in rural areas. .
Coffee, Cotton, Sisal, Tea, Cashew Nuts, Diamonds, Gold, and Cloves.
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