On 5 December, our new exhibition “Human Evolution” was finally opened by the Iringa Regional Commissioner. The Director of the National Museum of Tanzania and the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Iringa also attended. The opening ceremony was followed by traditional dances, a live band, and a DJ until 10.30 in the evening.
On Friday, 01 May, 2020, Dr. Augustine Philip Mahiga, Honorable Ambassador and Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, passed away on the way to the hospital from his house in Dodoma.
We will always remember Dr. Mahiga as an ambassador of fahari yetu to the government of the United Republic of Tanzania, and an ambassador of Iringa Region and its people to the world. Ever since he ceremonially opened Iringa Boma in 2016, he was tirelessly advising and mentoring us in how to advance our work and build our public and international relations. May the Almighty God rest your soul in eternal peace! Our sincere condolences go to his family and all the people who were close to him.
Iringa Boma proudly presents Afrofusion Reggae Night featuring Man Kifimbo & Band this Friday
November 29th! Entrance 2,000TSH doors open at 7pm
Do you have photos of the Iringa Boma Museum, its events, or fahari yetu related cultural heritage sites? We want to see! Share them with us for your chance to win free admittance to any Iringa Boma events for a whole year, and a copy of Mukwavinyika Mwamuyinga! Simply post your photo to Facebook or Instagram and tag us or use the hashtag #iringabomaphotochallenge. The contest runs from October 1st to October 31st. Show us what you got!
Announcement! Iringa Boma offers 2 employment opportunities from April, 2018. Please welcome to apply…