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Tanzania: ‘Stone-Age’ Tribe Going for Honey

The hunter-gatherer Hadzabe tribe, who subsist on honey and other foodstuffs from the wild, will be assisted in the production of honey. Read More

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Bees keeping is still a hobby in Africa

Tanzania, a country that has exported honey to Europe since 1907 has only been able to use 4.5 percent of its national forests, despite being among few countries probably not more than ten in the world with a policy on … Continue reading

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WWF funds Beekeeping Project in Tanzania

The World Wildlife Fund’s Mara River Basin Project in conjunction with Musoma District Council has donated modern beekeeping tools valued at about 6m/- to a number of beekeeping groups here. Read More

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Beekeepers told to go for quality in Tanzania

The use of poor working tools during harvesting of honey downgrades the quality of product in its key markets, an official has said. Read more

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Beekeepers told to go for quality

Beekeeping extension officer in the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Hussein Msuya, said last week that although Tanzania’s honey and beeswax has reliable market for honey abroad, the keeping and harvesting methods leaves much to be desired. Read more

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