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“It was an important visit for South Africa, as our aim was to review and strengthen the existing strong bilateral and economic relations between the two countries, since there has been a new administration in Tanzania.
“We are very content with the outcomes of the visit, as we openly discussed and agreed on various issues, particularly economic cooperation including private sector investments, infrastructure development, agro-processing, beneficiation as well as trade and investment,” said President Zuma at the end of his two-day visit.
Vanessa Mdee was born on 7 June 1988, in Arusha, the third-largest city in Tanzania; located in Northern Tanzania.
Mdee became familiar with various cultures after growing up in New York, Paris, Nairobi and Arusha.
For several months the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) chapter of Engineers Without Borders has been hand building a compact wind turbine prototype, and will soon build a similar one in Tanzania in order to provide power for a school there.
Access to electricity in the African nation is only 36 percent meaning more than 30 million people live without power, so the project hopes that harnessing the region's great wind power potential through small scale affordable turbines can change that for isolated rural communities in particular.
After joining B'Hits Music Group, Mdee collaborated with Tanzanian rapper A. on a record '’Money'’ and Ommy Dimpoz, a Bongo Flava artist on a record Me and You that was later voted Song of the Year during the 2013 Kilimanjaro Music Awards.
She received an even bigger buzz with the release of her first solo single "Closer", which in its first week was downloaded over 30,000 times, a feat achieved by no other Tanzanian artist. Vanessa has had the chance to interview many artists, such as K'Naan, Kelly Rowland, French Montana, Trey Songs, Mac Miller, Rick Ross, Ludacris, Miguel, Donald, Nazizi, Xtatic, Stella Mwangi, Camp Mulla, Tay Grin, Teargas, Dr. In 20 she released three singles Nobody But Me, Never Ever and Niroge which were also received well.
leading to the creation of the #What Would Magufuli Do hashtag.Tanzania is probably one of the oldest countries ever to be known continuously inhabited areas on Earth; fossil remains of humans and pre-human hominids have been found dating back over two million years.About 2,000 years ago, Bantu-speaking people began to arrive from western Africa in a series of migrations."There are initiatives but they mainly focus on bigger cities in a way to stimulate economic growth, and the rural part of the country is often forgotten.Tanzania has amazing wind power potential, there is no doubt this is an opportunity for impact," Tomás Rothfuchs Albrecht, one of the students involved in the project, told The Local.