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SWIMMERS from six countries of Africa witnessed the Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Harrison Mwakyembe officially opening CANA Zone III Championship at HOPAC School in Dar es Salaam yesterday.

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VILLAGE Community Banks (VICOBA), whichever way one may look at it has proved a success in boosting and raising incomes among different community members in the country in the past years.

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AGRICULTURE, in most countries is the backbone of the economy, and Tanzania, since it is not an island is not left behind.

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TOURISM sector is an important sector that has an impact on development of country economy. The main benefits of tourism are income creation and generation of jobs. In Tanzania the sector is leading in bringing foreign currencies.

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AS the dust of the latest Nyerere Day commemorations that peaked last Saturday settles, Tanzanians should endeavour to keep the spirit that the Father of the Nation personified alive.

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POLITICS has for eons been known as a dirty game, and this has seen some politicians using all the tricks in their books to either cling or get onto power.

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SIMBA, Young Africans, Azam FC, Mtibwa Sugar and Tanzania Prisons are at the peak of Tanzania football excellence as we mark Nyerere Day tomorrow.

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AS an in-door International Tourism Expo, known as Swahili Tourism Expo (SITE) starts in Dar es Salaam tomorrow, Tanzanians have every reason to fully come en-masse and exploit the exhibition’s forum to go another mileage.

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TANZANIA Coffee Development Fund (TCDF) has announced that coffee seedlings produced by Tanzania Coffee Research Institute (TaCRI) will be sold at 150/- down from 300/-.

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CONSTRUCTION of the 2,600-kilometre Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) is among the country’s mega projects, with immense employment prospects. The ambitious project, which has so far employed 800 people, mostly Tanzanians, is expected to create 600,000 direct jobs upon completion.

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ALL professional players have reported at the Taifa Stars camp ahead of the international friendly match against Malawi tomorrow.

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IT has come to light that a Chinese pharmaceutical company has agreed to build in Tanzania a medicine factory that will produce high quality malaria drugs that will help combat resistant strains of the dreaded killer disease.

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MANY of us in Tanzania have a habit of taking things for granted, but take note: You cannot cross the same river twice, as the Swedes you will, so eagerly, volunteer to tell you. One of those habits may soon become obsolete.

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ROGUE drivers who flout the Highway Code with impunity will now face the wrath of the law. The Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police, Mr Fortunatus Musilimu, has said that the Police Force will not tolerate the ill conduct of drivers who often cause accidents.

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“TOO good to be true!” We have good reason to make that loud exclamation, as it relates to a recent development in the local education sector that seems and sounds unreal. Its focus is the apology made to the government last week, by students of Milambo Secondary School.

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CORRUPTION is a cancer that slowly eats away not only the social well-being of a people, but also is retrogressive towards economic growth.

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TANZANIA’s U20 women football team, the Tanzanite, host their Nigerian counterparts, Falconets at Azam Complex in Chamazi this weekend for World Cup qualifying match.

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AS the fifth phase government embarks on seeing into it that the country is industrialised, employs its youth and manufacture products which can sustain its population, hats should be off to President John Pombe (JPM) for putting into consideration first transport network.

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ASHANTI Gold in Ghana offers Africa the best lessons on how to deal with our so-called development partners in mining, particularly those looking for gemstones and rare metals such as diamonds and gold.

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THE government plans to bring back the National Shipping Agencies Corporation to restore sanity in maritime transport business in Tanzania by addressing on-going malpractices in the shipping industry.

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THE government plans to bring back the National Shipping Agencies Corporation to restore sanity in maritime transport business in Tanzania by addressing on-going malpractices in the shipping industry.

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THE word is out. President John Pombe Magufuli , who is the country’s commander-in-chief of the armed forces, has rolled out some 3,000-odd army jobs.

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THE construction industry is among the fastest growing sectors in the country. But, it is unfortunate that the industry up-to-date has no indicative costs and standards, something that gives room to exploitation, swindling and execution of shoddy jobs. And the government has chipped in to bring sanity to the sector.

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THE Tanzania Mainland Premier League enters its fourth round this weekend with three previous rounds heralded by Simba’s alarmingly high marksmanship.

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TAKE a walk into any government institution and don’t be surprised with handshakes, hospitality and all styles of welcome as civil servants warmly welcome you to share your feelings and work you have at hand. That is Tanzania in the Fifth Phase Government.

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MBAO FC Head Coach, Etienne Ndairagije assured the team’s supporters good results when they face Simba at CCM Kirumba Stadium tomorrow.

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IT is perfectly understandable why faint-hearted compatriots may liken the eradication of corruption as taxing as squeezing juice out of a stone.

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DEVIANCE, for eons, has been frowned upon and the society, especially in Africa, scowl at the social anomaly relegating all those who go against cultural norms and values to mere outcasts.

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SOMETHING must be done now to reactivate the Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA), which is nowhere in sight at the moment.

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IT has come to light that the health sector is keen on improving data collection. It intends to overboard the old-fashioned paper work system which is a fragmented, erratic and energy sapping procedure that frustrates stakeholders.

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AGAIN, the very people we had trusted with the country’s lucrative mineral sector have disappointed the nation.

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TANZANIA is known as a haven of peace and has for eons been praised for remaining stable in a region that has seen some of her neighbours having a brush with instability, terrorism and disturbances.

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EAST African Community Games have ended this week in Burundian capital, Bujumbura, hitting more than its desired level of success.

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