Poor planning in towns and cities fuels street hawkers – Tanzania

Urban authorities which have failed to allocate special trading areas for petty traders in most towns and cities in the country are to blame for the endless quarrels between street hawkers known as machingas and local government officials.

But poverty has also been fueling the increase of street hawkers as most youths flock into cities and towns in search of better lives. But with little education they find themselves unable to secure decent jobs, thereby resorting to petty trading.

SOURCE: IPPMedia.com – Poor planning in towns and cities fuels street hawkers.

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