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PRINCE Ahmed Al Sudery of Saudi Arabia has assured the Tanzania government of continued friendship between the two countries and its readiness to invest in various sectors, including the construction of crude oil refinery factories in the country.

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PLAN International Tanzania has vowed to embark on massive efforts in partnership with the government in a bid to achieve equality for girls.

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AS the nation intensifies the war against drugs, former President Ali Hassan Mwinyi, has attributed the problem to ignorance by youth to join volunteer groups and exercise clubs.

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MINISTER of Energy and Minerals, Prof Sospeter Muhongo, yesterday gave a six-month ultimatum to all major mining companies in the country to float their stakes on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE).

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THE ongoing clinical trial of Malaria vaccine ( PfSPZ) in the country has shown that the immunising agent can provide protection against the disease, investigators have reported.

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THE Dar es Salaam Special Zone Police Commander, Simon Sirro, yesterday sent a message to Chama Cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (Chadema) national chairman, Mr Freeman Mbowe, instructing him to report to Central Police Station for interrogation tomorrow.

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A LIVE music band and groups of artistes from Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF) yesterday coloured the commissioning of the graduands of the officer cadet course held at the State House in Dar es Salaam.

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A TOTAL of 34,549 households out of 500,203 in Morogoro Region have joined improved Community Health Fund (CHF), raising 345m/- between March and December, last year.

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LESS than one third of girls who join secondary school do not graduate as most of them are exposed to widespread sexual harassment by teachers, a new study has revealed.

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FOUR scientists from Tanzania have been selected to join ranks of 37 fellow researchers and awarded scholarships by African Academy of Sciences (AAS) and the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) to study the impact of climate change.

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DESPITE the government’s decision to introduce free education policy in the country, last year, more than 40 per cent of Tanzanian adolescents did not access secondary education, a new study has revealed.

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UNITED Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has begun to spread knowledge of the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in African countries, especially in secondary schools.

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PROCUREMENT and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB) is expected to conduct an education tour of ten regions in the country targeting higher learning institutions with the aim of educating the students on ethics of public procurement.

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THE African Development Bank (AfDB) has assured Tanzania government its commitment to ensure that the country increases the production of affordable power for the attainment of various development plans including the construction of factories.

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THE Drugs Control and Enforcement Authority (DCEA) is interrogating two officials of the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) in connection with the alleged smuggling of ephedrine Precursor Chemicals.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa yesterday launched the National Drug Control Council, which is set to prohibit the trafficking, possession and uses of narcotic drugs in the country.

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THE Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court has decided to conduct a ‘trial within trial’ to establish the truthfulness of a cautioned statement recorded by one of the accused persons, allegedly admitting to have illegally dealt in elephant tusks worth 5.4bn/-.

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CONSUMERS of liquor packed in plastic sachet popularly known in Kiswahili as ‘viroba’ have until the

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IN a bid to ensure children who live in refugee camps get access to education; the National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) is finalising preparations of exams for Burundian refugee children.

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MORAL decline among male teaching staff has been described as one of the reasons for the alarming rate of the number of early pregnancies school in primary and secondary schools in Nkasi District, Rukwa region.

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DAR ES SALAAM City Council through Dar es Salaam City Council Business Park is expected to start implementation of financial capacity building programme to vendors to get them soft loans from financial institutions.

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RESIDENTS from Kasesya village in Rukwa region have implored the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fishery to disburse to them over 27 m/-, being unsettled compensation of 49 acres of land acquired by the docket to pave way for the construction of livestock auction premises. Kasesya village in Kalambo District is bordering the neighbouring Zambia.

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THE government has been advised to encourage other nations to invest in pharmaceutical industries in Tanzania in order to save expensive and time-consuming importation of medicine in the country.

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THE government has endorsed 11.8bn/- for the construction of 18-kilometre tarmac road from Rudewa to Kilosa Urban in Morogoro region in the 2016/17 financial year.

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  • Masogange, 16 others undergo drug test

DAR ES SALAAM-based business magnet Yusuf Manji appeared before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in the city yesterday, accused of abusing drugs.

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ONE of the accused persons in “Queen of Ivory” trial, Salivius Matembo(39), attemptedtobribe police officers to prevent them from arresting him in connection with illegal dealings in 706 pieces of elephant tusks worth 5.4bn/-.

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THE European Union (EU) has hailed the commitment by the government to end malnutrition in the country after scaling up nutrition movement through the third Joint Multi- Sectoral Nutrition Review.

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SOME 95,140 candidates - young and old - went through the country’s Institute of Adult Education (IAE) programmes between 2010 and 2016. IAE Deputy Director (Academic), Dr Kassim Nihuka, told reporters in the city yesterday that out of these, 61,049 were women.

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FORMER Controller and Auditor General (CAG), Mr Ludovick Utouh, has said that comprehensive strategies, accountability and adherence to rules and regulations by high profile public leaders are factors that could propel Tanzania to middle income status come 2025.

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IT’S now official that Switzerland-based SICPA SA in partnership with Global Fluids International (GFI) (T) Limited will soon start supplying the fuel marking services.

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TANZANIAN deportees from Mozambique have increased to 193, Mtwara Regional Immigration Officer Rose Mhagama said here yesterday.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa on Wednesday threatened tough punitive measures against people bent on inciting deadly violence in the country.

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TUNA Fisheries are to feature prominently in future as the South West Indian Ocean (SWIO) Commission now moves to adopt a draft protocol on access to fishing grounds by foreign vessels, all intended to establish a common access regime of tuna and tuna-like species in the region.

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