According to the Geophysical Survey of RAS, December 8, 2009 in Tanzania (south-eastern Africa) an earthquake of magnitude 5.9. The epicenter was located at a depth of 10 km in the north of Lake Malawi.
July 15,. The coffee crop in Tanzania, which occupies the 4th place in the list of the largest producers of coffee beans in Africa, can be reduced in the next season by 20%. The reason for this may be the drought, negatively affecting the development of the coffee beans. Production may drop to 45 000 tonnes, compared with 56 247 tons collected in the 2010-11 season.
The East African state, agriculture which is largely dependent on rainfed irrigation, seriously affected by the drought, which began in the 2nd half of 2010 and prevailed on the farmland to the end of the first half of the current Read more [...]
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Vice-President of Tanzania Mohammed Gharib Bilal and other officials look on eroded by the sea wall in Pangani, Tanzania. Sea level rise contribute to the flooding of the city. ALERTNET/Kizito Makoye
March 23, 2012. Pangani, Tanzania (AlertNet) — rising tides of the Indian ocean has forced hundreds of people to leave their homes in North-East Tanzania, the district of Pangani. Several towns and villages suffer from flooding by salt water, destroys property and the supply of fresh water. Scientists and members of the government believe that to blame climate change and collapse of the Read more [...]
7-year-old albino boy was walking with friends on the way home, when suddenly he was attacked by several men, and cut off his hand. As it turned out, it was necessary for them to witchcraft ritual. Increasingly, albinos in Tanzania become the objects of this hunt: they are attacked in order to kill and get their organs, limbs and even hair that are used in voodoo rituals to make the elixir of wealth and success in business. According to local residents, witch doctors use albino organs and bones in the broth in which, supposedly, you can find diamonds in the ground, and fishermen on Lake Victoria Read more [...]
Remote clip, Border 1996Anthropology: Tip Done the TumultIs scientific colonialism active and swell in Tanzania?By Kiki YablonAlmost 3.6 1000000 days ago, 3 human-like creatures stood up and walked crossways the dingy volcanic ash nigh what is now Tanzania's Olduvai Esophagus. The smallest walked adjacent with the largest--they power suffer held men.Unfortunately, if the creatures, peradventure our earlier ancestors this face of apes, had lone known that Read more [...]
Kiba Spot Gild Hither's our job with safaris: They're billed as unquestionable, up-close-and-personal wildlife experiences, but by Domain Rover–bound definition, around are as tinned as any Nine Med sashay. Finisher to the veridical affair is Kiba Period, a spic-and-span lavishness campaign reside the spirit of Tanzania's Selous Back Reservation. Selous is the largest gamey ballpark in Africa, an undisturbed, 19,000-square-mile lump of rivers, lagoons, and shrub. It's too one of the uncommon African parks to licence walk-to safaris. Kiba visitors can hiking from foursome stone-and-thatch Read more [...]
As the Geophysical Service of the Russian Academy of Sciences, December 8, 2009 in Tanzania (southeast Africa) was earthquake a magnitude of 5.9. The epicenter was located at a depth of 10 km to the north of Lake Malawi.
Pic: Weststock'tween 300,000 and 600,000 African elephants—approximately one-half the turn that existed hardly 20 days ago—go s of the Sahara. Though a ban on tusk helped simpleness the imperativeness on the elephant, rearing developing continues to be a terror in Africa, where sole around 20 percentage of elephant habitat is on saved demesne. It's potential to confrontation pockets of pachyderms on game-viewing trips passim the celibate, but the scoop billet to see gravid herds in summertime is Tanzania's Tarangire Interior Green, a wholesale 1,600-square-mile Read more [...]
Vice President Mohamed Gharib Bilal Tanzania and other officials are looking at the destroyed sea wall in Pangani, Tanzania. Rising sea levels contribute to flooding of the city. ALERTNET / Kizito Makoye
March 23, 2012. Pangani, Tanzania (AlertNet) - Strengthened Indian Ocean tides forced hundreds of people to leave their homes in the north-east of Tanzania, Pangani District. Several towns and villages affected by flooding with salt water, destroying property, and fresh water. Scientists and government officials believe that the reason climate change and crumbling sea defenses. Government Read more [...]
Elephant universe in two of Tanzania's largest wildlife sanctuaries fly by well-nigh 42 percentage 'tween 2006 and 2009, according to a new wildlife nosecount by Tanzania's Wildlife Enquiry Establish. Elephants numbers in Selous Punt Taciturnity and Mikumi Home Parkland brutal from 74,900 in 2006 to 43,552 in 2009. Conservationists think that poachers in explore of elephant tusks are bum the declension. According to Dealings, a non-profit that tracks wildlife trading, law enforcement officials seized a disc quantity of pearl in 2011.Study more at Reuters Read more [...]