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EGYPTIAN President Abdel Al-Sisi arrived in Dar es Salaam on a wet Monday this week. In our local scripture, that could well be a blessing.

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TANZANIANS are cheerfully waiting for the ambitious Hoima-Tanga oil pipeline project whose foundation stone President John Magufuli and his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni laid, recently.

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WITH the mineral dust still to settle, the committee formed by the speaker of Parliament, Job Ndugai, to probe contracts, operations and export of Tanzanite, a unique gemstone that is only found in this country, recently hit the ball rolling.

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HE promised Tanzanians prior to his departure to London, the venue of this year’s World Athletics Championships, that this time he will bring them a medal. Alphonce Simbu has done it.

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AS many farmers take their hats off to the fifth-phase government headed by President John Pombe Magufuli for having shown mercy on them by illegalizing irritating, unnecessary and unwise taxes on their farm produce, by some dishonest tax collectors, hope is resurrecting that farming should be given another chance as a source of livelihood to the lot.

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‘IT is fairly safe to assume, we believe, that the ‘Agriculture is the backbone of the nation’s economy’ policy statement has, in varying degrees, vanished from the memory of many people, more-so young generation members.

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INTEREST rate in Tanzania has been lowered again in what is expected to reduce borrowing costs and boost lending to the private sector which will eventually stimulate economic activities and, by extension, growth.

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SO we’ve discovered natural gas in East Africa – what a discovery! Now the Government says that it will install liquefied petroleum and compressed natural gas plants in all public institutions to reduce the use of charcoal and firewood for domestic cooking and space heating.

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THE laying of the foundation stone for the historic mega oil pipeline project from Hoima in Uganda to Tanga in Tanzania, yesterday, ushered in a new economic era not only for the two countries, but the East African region as a whole.

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TANZANIAN athletes are starting their long awaited journey of chasing medals at the IAAF World Athletics Championships today in London, UK and there is high hope that this time, medals will be won.

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WHATEVER cynics may say, it is an undeniable fact–as students of anthropology may attest that culture personifies the dos and don’ts in the live of a given ethnic, tribal, racial or national community.

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DRUG abuse is a cancer that eats away society, and despite its negative effects, many youth continue being lured into it. It is unfortunate that even the visible side effects are not deterrent enough to make people abstain from the evil practice that has claimed the lives of many.

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DISCUSSIONS between the government and Barrick Goldmine currently known as Acacia on the concentrate export ban and other issues kicks off yesterday.

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THE hunting down and killing of people living with albinism that rocked this country some years ago has declined, with few rare isolated cases being recorded.

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IT may just look a small social event, but the ongoing Majimaji Selebuka festival seems to head for a bright future.

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FOR nine good days, the Head of State traversed kilometers of dusty roads, opening up road links that will connect our economic activities in much the same way arteries in human anatomy facilitate blood circulation.

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THE business community plays a pivotal role in the development of any economy, forcing governments throughout the world to strive for investment friendly environment.

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TANZANIA’S plan to double Dar es Salaam port’s capacity to 28m tonnes by 2020 recently received a massive boost from a 345 million US dollars World Bank loan.

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THE Father of the Nation, Mwalimu Nyerere, used to warn us that, if left unchecked, mutual mistrust and divisiveness based on ethnicity or tribalism, would wreck the nation.

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ALL eyes will be in Kigali tomorrow where Tanzanian envoys, Taifa Stars face hosts Rwanda in the return leg of the African Champions qualifiers (CHAN).

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THE coming in of the multiparty system into the political arena in this country, over two decades ago, ushered in a new dispensation where the play-field was open to everyone with will and ability.

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THEY say time waits for no one and the time lost is like water under the bridge--it will never be recovered. One common thing about successful people is how best they manage their time.

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MILESTONES are being made all around us, but do we ever stop to notice them? Let appreciate their significance, we rarely pay attention to momentous milestones in our lives.

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NEWLY released 2017 National Form Six Exam results have revealed fierce competition between public and private schools. Unlike last year’s public school dominance in the top ten, private establishments have this year outmaneuvered their state-funded counterparts.

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DRUGS form an important part of human existence because they go a long way not only in restoring health to the sick, but protecting those who haven’t been infected against infection.

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THE government has openly revealed that plans are underway to have more firms to operate container terminals at the Dar es Salaam port.

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WE once used to joke about climate change because any talk of a change in the air sounded so remote, ever so distant. It also elicited a lot of cynicism, with an American senator saying all that could happen is change people’s lifestyles.

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IN virtually annual cycles, calls on Tanzanians– and by extension, presumably, non-nationals resident in the country– to patronize goods produced or made at home, is a recurrent theme at the Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair (DITF) in early July.

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WHEN adjourning the seventh meeting of the 10th parliament in Dodoma on Wednesday, Prime Minister, Kassim Majaliwa directed Minister responsible for sports to review the performance of the National Sports Council (NSC), in order to determine its effectiveness.

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ERICK Knutsson, one of the finest diplomats and gentlemen to have been born and bred from Sweden, once said that after the so-called ‘scramble for Africa’ in the 19th century at Berlin, then West German, was done, there remained just one more continent to scramble for and he called that continent ‘The Future.’

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ELECTION fever is mounting as the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) heads to the polls in Dodoma on August 12. Its fever to the aspirants of the various posts in TFF, but it is anxiety and high hopes to the Tanzanians wishing for changes that will develop football to the higher level.

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WE believe that whoever would write off a nation that doesn’t cherish its elderly citizens as utterly thankless wouldn’t risk being branded an exaggerator. For the segment of people in that category are generally considered to be a repository of wisdom, onto which younger generation members regularly tap.

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THE government has made it abundantly clear that no stone will be left unturned in the quest to uncover and apprehend the heinous killers who are mainly targeting members of the Police Force in Kibiti and Mkuranga districts in Coast Region.

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