The Tanzania Chapter of the Society welcomes as members both Tanzanians with an interest in Britain and Britons living in Tanzania. For more details, please contact Rita Mkama

BTS (T) held its AGM on the same date as BTS (UK) to coincide with BTS’s 40th Anniversary. The tranquil venue of the sea side at Oysterbay /Masaki could not have been any better. The attendances at 28 was below expectations, however as BTS (T) hasn’t been active for a while, it presumably is understandable. The encouraging thing was the mixture of the stalwarts, new generation recent entries and some new first timers! This brings great hope for the future of BTS (T). Fred Nsemwa, Angela Nara (both relocated) and Hon Secretary Officers Patricia Mlozi (resignation) come out of the Executive Committee and Rita Mkama, Cathy Mbatia and Grace Sande were elected onto the Executive Committee; they, together with Fauzia Chilwan, will form the BST (T) Secretariat, which will be responsible for communications, events and membership with Rita Mkama assuming the Hon Secretary role. The AGM was graced by BTS’s President H.E. Ali Hassan Mwinyi who impressed on the membership on the importance of an active Tz Chapter to complement the UK Chapter. The AGM ended with a shared light lunch and networking. Danny Mwasandube

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