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THE Bank of Tanzania (BoT) has said work is underway to develop a supervisory framework for community banks.

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NATIONAL Microfinance Bank (NMB) has posted first half year profit of 84.31bn/- up from 77.02bn/- of the same period 2015 indicating the bank will beat 2015 annual profit at the end of the year.

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SOUTH African media has reported that Vodacom was in talks with the Tanzanian government to extend the time it had to list its shares on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE).

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THE Vice-President, Ms Samia Suluhu Hassan, has said that the government will purchase two state-of-the-art radiology equipment for Ocean Road Cancer Institute in a quest to improve health service delivery.

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IN Tanzania, only one out of two children aged 0-23 months benefit from early initiation of breastfeeding, depriving them of the essential nutrients, antibodies and skin-to-skin contact with their mother that protect them from disease and death.

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MWANZA Regional Commissioner (RC) Mr John Mongela has urged citizens, government officials, civil servants, religious leaders, political leaders and the media to use their position in promoting development issues in the region.

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US Secretary of State John Kerry, left, shakes hand with Turkey’s foreign minister Mevlut.

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DEMOCRACY was protected by ordinary citizens who had gathered to oppose the coup. At around 10pm on Friday, July 15, members of a sleeper cell belonging to a fringe terror cult tried to stage a coup in Turkey, attempting to depose the democratically elected government.

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FORMER President of Tanzania, Benjamin Mkapa attends the African Leadership Forum on Thursday. The forum is his own initiative.

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IT was interesting to see the smooth transition of the CCM leadership, while the emphasis in our last series was to reiterate the importance of smooth power transfer, dutifully handing over the baton and leaders keeping their hands in own pockets.

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MANY things happen during sound check: Mohamed Issa, popularly known as “Matona” (first right) on alto saxophone motions something to Adel Dabo (first right) on bass guitar to make a particular adjustment.

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AT sound checks before a performance, the Bassist of the Dar es Salaam-based Kilimanjaro Jazz Band, Shaban Hamisi, is basically concerned that his instrument’s level blends-in with the others satisfactorily.

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FORMER Simba SC main sponsor, Mohamed Dewji alias ‘MO’, has outlined his plans to make massive transformation if he wins his 20bn/- bid to take 51 per cent stake at the Msimbazi Street club.

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AFTER a lull, the maverick politician Mr Augustino Lyatonga Mrema has bounced back into limelight. This time around, his appointment to the Chairmanship of a lack-luster National Parole Board has placed him as a head of an insignificant tribunal that enjoys the flavor of being part of the criminal justice system of this country.

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DOPING has not been considered a serious threat to Tanzanian sporting culture today when the government ordered a countrywide implementation of the anti-doping Act.

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THE dismal performance of the Tanzanian envoys Young Africans in the group stage of CAF Confederations Cup turned a relief to the fans of Simba SC, their traditional rivals.

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