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TANZANIANS would benefit immensely, if they exploited fully, the wisdom inherent in the Kiswahili saying ‘majuto mjukuu’.

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ONCE again, no Tanzanian referee was selected to officiate the African Cup of Nations finals last month in Gabon, despite the presence of a good number of them with International Federation of Association Football ( FIFA) badges.

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CHILD marriage remains a global problem affecting 15 million girls, annually.

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SCIENTISTS tell us that the making of today’s huge deserts or desertification as they call the process, started small; small dots of parched land that joined together to form bigger spots.

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DAR ES SALAAM, the country’s commercial capital and leading financial centre, naturally attracts much attention from both local and foreign investors.

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THE National Assembly has been told that the government is working on a draft legislation which, if approved, will allow pregnant schoolgirls to remain in classrooms.

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IT has come to light that the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam has placed under strict police supervision 13 suspects who are alleged to be involved in narcotic drugs.

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CONSTRUCTION of the first 300-kilometre stretch of the standard gauge railway between Dar es Salaam and Morogoro begins from next month to mark the beginning of one of the major infrastructure projects under the second Five-Year Development Plan (2016/17- 2020/21).

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WHEN the youthful but ‘no-nonsense’ Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner (RC), Mr Paul Makonda, named 12 police officers suspected of involvement in the notorious narcotic drugs underworld, it marked a turning point in the decades-long war against the vice.

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MEMBERS and supporters of Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM), plus well-wishers beyond Tanzania’s borders, have cause to celebrate its fortieth anniversary today.

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BURKINA Faso has eventually bowed out of the race for African football title with 4-3 penalty loss to mighty Egyptians. But, the West African team ended one of the top four finishers in the ongoing competition.

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RESULTS of the National Form Four Examinations released earlier this week make good reading and we would like to use this space to congratulate all the candidates who emerged successful.

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THE nation had a rude awakening last week as it dawned that about 15 miners at a mine in Nyarugusu in Geita District, Geita Region, had been trapped following a sand slide.

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AFFORDABLE energy supply and reliable infrastructure are the main pillars in building up the country’s economy.

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THERE has emerged in recent years a number of backstreet, briefcase ‘firms’ that claim to issue loans to small entrepreneurs or any interested individuals to develop their various projects.

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THE nation was told last year that invaders had occupied a natural forest that is home to Hadzabe people in Singida Region.

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THE government has ordered that all illegal immigrants who live in villages in Rukwa Region be identified and registered.

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TURKISH President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s two-day visit to the country is a powerful symbol of relationship between the two countries.

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WHEN last week troops belonging to West Africa’s armed monitoring group, ECOMOG, took position in wait for that all important command to launch an offensive aimed at removing – by force – former Gambian President Yahya Jammeh out of the presidential palace in Banjul, the world knew that it was just a matter of time before the stubborn ‘impostor’ was forced out.

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THE association that protects people with albinism, which is affectionately known as Under the Same Sun, has thanked the government for working indefatigably and managed to reduce significantly the wanton killings of albinos in the country.

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GOAL-dry spell heralded a resumption of the Mainland Premier League that kicked off in various venues early this week.

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THE Police Force has taken away more than 600 spotlights from motor vehicles countrywide in a campaign that is aimed at curtailing road accidents caused by irrational lighting in contravention of the Road Traffic Act of 2002.

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IT HAS come to light that shortage of food items in the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia may have prompted Tanzanian traders to clandestinely shunt local supplies to those countries due to the attractive prices on offer.

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CASSAVA farming is set to become a lucrative business thanks to a one billion US dollar partnership agreement on commercialisation of cassava farming and processing with Tanzania Agricultural Export Processing Zone Limited and Epoch Agriculture (TAEPZ).

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ONE major reason why the trade in ivory has been brisk and profitable among its perpetrators is because of the presence of ready buyers for the contraband.

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THE district council in Ukerewe is keen on upgrading the status of its dispensaries and health centre. The upshot is promotion of the health service delivery to a much higher standard.

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GOING into its climax at Amaan Stadium in Zanzibar tonight, the 2017 round of Mapinduzi Cup has written a new chapter in officiating success. Referees who officiated this year’s Mapinduzi Cup at Amaan Stadium in Zanzibar have won the admiration of the visiting teams for good and fair sportsmanship. T

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CHINESE Minister for Foreign Affairs, Wang Yi, is in the country for a one day working visit.

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OPENING the eighth Tanzania Women Judges Association (TAWJA) in Dar es Salaam on Saturday, the Vice-President, Ms Samia Suluhu Hassan, pointed to one vice that she said was prevalent in our society – sexual corruption.

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IT was delightful to learn recently that illegal gun owners in Katavi Region have surrendered a total 85 firearms, most of them crude homemade guns.

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TANZANIANS are crazy about football, especially the influential European leagues of England, Spain, Germany and Italy.

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A GANG of three suspected dare-devil robbers pounced on a Chinese national who was seated in a car and pointed a gun at him. They forced him to surrender the 25m/- which he had in a bag.

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RELIABLE supply and affordable electricity is the key in the establishment and revival of industries in the country. Since it came to power, the Fifth Phase Government has been encouraging both local and foreign investors to set up industries in the country.

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