Main focus to improve security in the Zanzibar Town
before expending the CCTV programme to other areas mainly the coastal strip with tourists hotels and investments.
The old part of Zanzibar town
, Stone Town, has actually been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000.
Pemba growers and pickers have the perception that the foreign exchange earned from clove production supported the infrastructure of Zanzibar Town
or found its way into the pockets of elites and bureaucrats, rather than into their own rural communities" (Cameron, 2002, p.
It then details how his grandfather, Sayyid Hammad al Busaidi and his family, along with so many other Omanis ended up emigrating to Zanzibar when the then ruler of Oman, Sayyid Said bin Sultan established a second capital in Zanzibar Town
in the 1840s.
Judge Mwampashi agreed with the accused that he panicked when he learned of the death and he rushed to Zanzibar Town
in order to get advice from his family.
Kendwa beach Head to the east coast and dine at the Dhow Bar and Restaurant in Stone Town, Zanzibar Town
, where you can eat out around an original sail boat.
Bagamoyo on the coast and Zanzibar town
were major slave ports serving markets for slave labor mostly in the Arab world.
of Oslo) explores spirit possession in Zanzibar Town
, the capital of the country on the Swahili Coast of East Africa.
Always a land of contrasts, its main port, Zanzibar Town
, would still be recognisable to Burton and Speke, Livingstone and Stanley.
Although many people think only of the island of Unguja, with its capital Zanzibar Town
, the northern island of Pemba is almost as heavily populated.
In 1851, approaching the age of 13, Sayyida Saline and her mother moved from the palace at Mtoni into the royal Court in Zanzibar town
The Hospital is situated at the Mnazi Mmoja area just outside the historic Stone Town at the heart of Zanzibar Town