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RETAIL prices of cereals including maize and beans have plummeted in Sumbawanga Municipality in Rukwa Region, thanks to bumper harvest, which has flooded markets in the municipal.

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MINISTER of Works, Transport and Communications Professor Makame Mbarawa has said the fifth phase government has decided to ensure the creation and improvement of infrastructure in various parts of the country.

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THE PPF Pension Fund has widened up its membership base with a record of around 280,000 members across the country as of now, while the Scheme’s total value rockets to over 2.5 trillion/- with plans to establish new factories.

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THE government has admitted to a worsening crisis in shortage of classrooms and teachers which has hit several public schools across the country.

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PRINCIPAl Judge, Ferdinand Wambali, has clarified that the appointment of Prof Ibrahim Juma to acting Chief Justice was in accordance to the 1977 Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania which gives power to the appointing authority to appoint a qualified person to the post.

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PARLIAMENTARY Committee for Community Development and Services has asked the government to adopt outsourcing system in healthcare sector to control the rising costs of service delivery.

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THE alleged ‘Queen of Ivory,’ Chinese national Yang Feng Clan yesterday broke her silence over the prosecution’s failure to call witnesses in the trial under which she is accused with two other businessmen of illegally dealing in elephant tusks worth 5.4bn/-.

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ZANZIBAR has been performing well economically, socially and politically with huge expectations of a better future, President Ali Mohamed Shein said yesterday as he marked one year of his second term in office.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has said media owners will henceforth be held responsible for the conduct of their journalists, who publish stories that incite the public.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has called upon Tanzanians to prioritise patriotism and place the interests of the country first than individual benefits.

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BANANA farms in Kagera Region are threatened by the deadly Banana Xanthomonas Wilt disease which has destroyed 90 per cent of the crop.

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FARMERS in Kagera Region have been advised to use the ongoing rains by planting fast maturing crops. Production of both cash and food crops in the region has been declining mainly due to poor soil fertility.

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THE Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church in Mara Conference has conducted a crucial communication seminar aimed at making good use of the fast growing communication technology to spearhead spiritual and social development.

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THE Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has asked the National Housing Corporation (NHC)’s board and management to put measures in place that will reduce the cost of affordable houses from 30m/- to between 20m/- and 25m/-.

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THE parties into the Vodacom share attachment case yesterday locked horns on whether Vodacom Group Limited should not be allowed to dispose of 1,092,000,130 shares in whatever manner, pending determination of an application lodged by businessman Moto Mabanga.

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THE Arusha-based Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals has just launched an upgraded version of the MICT Case Law Database at the facility located in Kisongo area.

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MEMBERS of the Parliamentary Committee on Administration and Local Government Affairs have appealed for the construction of maternity units in established health centres to reduce maternal deaths from poor medical care.

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HIGH Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday convicted two foreigners of drug dealing and sentenced them to 22 years in jail and payment of 3.7bn/- fine.

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  • JPM ORDERS INTENSIVE INVESTIGATIONS
  • PORT, TRA MANAGEMENT WIN ACCOLADES

TWENTY containers of mineral sand from the Lake Zonebased mines remain stranded at the Dar es Salaam Port, pending thorough investigations.

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INVESTMENTS under Export Processing Zone (EPZ) and Special Economic Zone (SEZ) schemes stood at 1.422 billion US dollars (about 3tri/) as of December 2015, generating 1.1 billion dollars (over 2.3tri/-) in foreign exchange earnings.

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THE Parliamentary Standing Committee on Agriculture, Livestock and Water now says it’s happy with the way a project on Lake Victoria waters was designed to benefit Kashapu residents in Shinyanga Region.

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THE Dodoma Regional Commissioner (RC)’s office will this week submit an emergence request for funds to facilitate completion of its new administrative complex on the outskirts of this city in the making.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday effected mini-reshuffle of the cabinet, dropping the Information, Culture, Arts and Sports Minister, Mr Nape Nnauye, whom he replaced with Dr Harrison Mwakyembe.

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THE prosecution has asked for more time to complete the investigations in the money laundering and illegal exportation of minerals worth 16bn/- involving a prominent Dar es Salaam based-businessman, Ndama Hussein (44), famously known as ‘mtoto wa ng’ombe.’

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SOCIAL workers may soon have their professional body that will guarantee professionalism and adherence to the ethical conducts, with the government’s intention to table the Bill in the Parliament Next September.

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President John Magufuli has made a mini - cabinet reshuffle.

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DAR ES SALAAM Institute of Technology (DIT) management had hard time yesterday explaining the delays in construction of a teaching facility to the Parliamentary Committee on Community Development.

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ARUSHA Region’s Meru, Longido and Arusha Rural districts have been identified as having the highest concentration of fluoride in their water bodies in the country.

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THE Southern African Regional Police Chiefs Cooperation Organisation (SARPCCO) plans to establish an electronic system that would link the police and immigration departments to share information on suspects on the “watch list” for effective curbs on crimes.

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POLICE and other security forces here have arrested 200 people suspected of dealing in drugs and seized 3450.32 grams of heroin and cocaine as part of an ongoing crackdown of drugs and prostitution in the Islands.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday witnessed the signing of three agreements between governments of Tanzania and China to support expansion of police training institute in Kilimanjaro and construction of a building for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Co-operation.

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THE much-awaited mining of iron ore and coal at Liganga and Mchuchuma respectively is expected to start next month as the government is currently settling issues with investors regarding investment incentives and power tariffs.

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JULIUS Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) Terminal III consulting engineers have served notice that effectively terminates their services beginning June, 2016, ostensibly claiming up to eight months in overdue payments.

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MINISTER for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Mr Nape Nnauye, has pledged to hand over to President John Magufuli the report by a team he formed to investigate allegations against Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner (RC), Mr Paul Makonda, that he invaded Clouds Media Group (CMG).

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