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THE shilling has gone down by slightly over 30/- against the US dollar since the beginning of the year to yesterday. It stabilized in the last six weeks due to an increase in dollars inflow from exports which eased pressure on the local currency.

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Managing Director of the Group, Mr Roberto Jarrin

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THE TBL Group has announced plans to construct a US $50 million (about 109bn/-) malting plant in Iringa Region to cater for increasing demand of malt at the Dar es Salaam and Mbeya Breweries.

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Confederation of Tanzania Industries Executive Director, Leodgar Tenga

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SEVENTEEN best manufacturers, out of 430, will be known next Tuesday at an occasion to be graced by President John Magufuli. The manufacturers are contesting in a ‘President’s Manufacturer of the Year Awards (PMAYA) 2015’ aimed at recognizing and appreciate the industrial sector’s important role in economic development.

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POLICE investigations are underway after a former Regional C o m m i s s i o n e r allegedly defiled his 21-year old stepdaughter, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Mr Mkadam Khamis Mkadam said yesterday.

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IN an effort to avoid a repeat of problems that led to the nullification of the October 2015 general election in Zanzibar, the ‘election Law No. 11 of 1984’ is to be reviewed, Members of the House of Representatives have been informed.

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SOPHO has introduced new technology that uses progressive behaviour analytics, forensics and collective intelligence to discover and remove code from zero-day threats, Trojans, rootkits, polymorphic malware, irritating cookies, spyware and adware.

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Kenya is at it again. No retreat, no compassion. Some say it’s a merciless stand, others see justification in safeguarding the country’s security. At the end of it all, the largest refugee camp in the world – the Daadab refugee complex – will be no more.

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With President Pierre Nkurunziza missing out on the Inter-Burundi Dialogue which resumed on 21 May in Arusha, it appears that the prospects for a quick resolution have all but may be diluted.

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WITH all the over 70 musicians of the Orchestra in place, Conductor Hemika Raymond, starts the history-making performance of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony Number 9 at the Serena Hotel in Dar es Salaam last Sunday evening. The 70 Choral singers and four soloists took their positions when it was necessary.

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IT’S now history that Dar es Salaam has joined the list of cities worldwide, where Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony Number 9, was performed live. This new record was set last Sunday evening at the Serena Hotel, here in the City Centre.

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THE national football team, Taifa Stars, entertain Kenyan counterparts Harambee Stars as they compete in the solitary international friendly ahead of the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier against Egypt next week.

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THOSE in leadership always face ethical dilemma whether wittingly or unwittingly. It is upon a leader to acquire ethical skills that can enhance one’s judgement when faced with ethical dilemma. In ethics it is not anything to do with “right is might”.

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THERE is no disputing the importance of a good public transport system to urban and social development.

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NATIONAL Microfinance Bank (NMB) has issued a three year 20bn/- retail bond. The bond initial public is running and expects to end in June before being listed at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange. NMB, a listed company, had two choices for raising the amount through a current status of the country capital market.

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