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Online Tanzania Embassy

Discussion in 'Biashara, Uchumi na Ujasiriamali' started by Domenia, Jul 23, 2009.

  1. Domenia

    Domenia JF-Expert Member

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    Mbona inawezekana!!
    soma maelezo zaidi click hapa
     
  2. Domenia

    Domenia JF-Expert Member

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    COPY .....http://www.travisa.com/Tanzania/tanzania.htm


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    Welcome to Tanzania. It is East Africa's largest country. The bulk of the country is a highland plateau, some of it semi-desert and the rest savannah and scattered bush. The wildlife is very diverse in Tanzania. Nowhere else on earth will you see wildebeest, gazelle, zebra and antelope in such enormous numbers.

    Tanzania offers some of the best wildlife spotting opportunities on the continent. Famous parks such as the Serengeti and Mt Kilimanjaro, or the wonderful crater of Ngorongoro are well worth the stopover. Although the weather in Tanzania is varied due to it's landscape one thing is for sure. If there's a time to avoid Tanzania, it's during the long rainy season from March to May when it rains almost every day. There's also a short rainy season from November to January.

    Swahili and English are the official languages, with English the principal language of commerce. There are also many local African tongues, reflecting the tribal diversity of the country. Outside the cities and towns, far fewer local people speak English than in comparable areas in Kenya. It's said that the Swahili spoken on Zanzibar is of a much purer form than elsewhere, and quite a few travelers head for the island to learn it. There's precious little difference between local food in Kenya and Tanzania - which is not great news for gourmets. As in Kenya, nyama choma (barbecued meat) has taken over in a big way, especially in restaurants with attached bars. But on the coast and in Zanzibar and Pemba islands, there's a decent range of traditional Swahili dishes based on seafood.

    The national brew is Safari Lager and the local liquor is a lethal white-rum-style concoction called konyagi. Visiting Tanzania can be done on a budget and a good time can be had by all. Hotels range from fleapits and brothels to grandiose establishments. The choice is yours and there's usually plenty to choose from. On the rougher side, camping sites with facilities are scarce except in national parks. For a comfortable enough budget trip, you can get by on US$20 a day. Around US$100 a day is quite normal for a safari. With a little sniffing about, good value restaurants and hotels make it possible to really live it up for no more than US$30-35 a day.
    Full country name: United Republic of Tanzania
    Area: 945,090 sq km (364,879 sq mi)
    Population: 31,270,820
    Capital city: Dodoma
    People: 99% native African (over 100 tribes), 1% Asian, European and Arabic
    Languages: Swahili, English, indigenous.
    Religion: 40% Christian, 33% Muslim, 20% indigenous beliefs
    Government: Republic (multi-party state)
    President: Jakaya Kikwete
    GDP: US$7 billion
    GDP per head: US$220
    Inflation: 40%
    Major industries: Tobacco, sugar, sisal, diamond and gold mining, oil refining, cement, tourism
    Major trading partners: India, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Rwanda, the Netherlands, South Africa, Kenya, U.K., Saudi Arabia, China
     
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    October JF-Expert Member

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    Hizi Statistics ni za lini?
     
  4. Domenia

    Domenia JF-Expert Member

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    sijui
     
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    AmaniGK JF-Expert Member

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    Duuh GDP yetu hoi!
     
  6. Domenia

    Domenia JF-Expert Member

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    ya kwenu vipi?
     
  7. Domenia

    Domenia JF-Expert Member

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    kama kuna fisadi utawezaje kupima-GDP?-

    haya yote ni theory tu.....sijui...nikitaka nitakua
     
  8. Nyambala

    Nyambala JF-Expert Member

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    I thought this is the most shocking.... Inflation: 40%
     
  9. k_u_l_i

    k_u_l_i Senior Member

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    Nakubaliana na wewe mkuu. Hii haiingii akilini kabisa.
     
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    nomasana JF-Expert Member

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    i am not trying to be cynical, but this article has weak marketing. and whoever wrote it has weak writting skills. this article is not worthy to be on a tanzania's national website or any country's national website
     
  11. Domenia

    Domenia JF-Expert Member

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    Correct it and write it back ....OK? ...ha...ha....ha....ha...a.a.a.

    Ukiongea kiingereza lazima umalizie kwa kucheka
     
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