- a republic in E Africa formed in 1964 by the merger of the republic of Tanganyika and the former island sultanate of Zanzibar (including Pemba and adjacent small islands). 364,881 sq. mi. (945,037 sq. km). Capital: Dodoma.
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But before the former First Lady left the Obama Administration, the Tanzanian Ambassador wanted to give her a token of esteem.
The scarf was accompanied by a framed painting of Tanzanian birds and is valued at $595.
In conjunction with this Congo delivery, Lehman has brought 30,000 mosquito nets to villages along the Tanzanian coast.
Though she's found a Tanzanian ship-builder to fashion the vessel, she still need plans drawn and $100,000 to pay for them.
Tanzanian by birth, Ntetema lived and studied abroad for many years but returned to report for the BBC in 2005.Women of Courage
October 20, 2010
- of or relating to Tanzania or its inhabitants
- a native or inhabitant of Tanzania
- a republic in E Africa, on the Indian Ocean: formed by the union of the independent states of Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1964; a member of the Commonwealth. Exports include coffee, tea, sisal, and cotton. Official languages: Swahili and English. Religions: Christian, Muslim, and animist. Currency: Tanzanian shilling. Capital: officially Dodoma (though some functions remain in Dar es Salaam). Pop: 48 261 000 (2013 est). Area: 945 203 sq km (364 943 sq miles)
Republic in eastern Africa, formed in 1964 by the union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar. It is bordered to the north by Uganda, Lake Victoria, and Kenya; to the east by the Indian Ocean; to the south by Mozambique, Malawi, and Zambia; and to the west by the Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi,, and Rwanda. Its capital and largest city is Dar es Salaam.