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ECONOMISTS have described the recent cement price reduction by Dangote Cement as the right move which will benefit consumer and stimulate construction works necessary to boost growth.

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AS the World marks Tobacco Day on May 31, some local cigarette companies are still in violation of laws and regulations while others have started complying.

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THE Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange initial public offers is expected to hit a jackpot as both short and long term investors have already shown insatiable appetite.

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EXECUTION of the 250-kilometre of power line from Makambako in Njombe Region to Songea in Ruvuma region at a cost of 34.68 million US dollars and 15.41bn/- is expected to be completed by June 2018, the National Assembly heard yesterday.

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MEMBERS of the Zanzibar House of Representatives have been informed that the presence of ‘Land Transfer Board (LTB)’ has been useful in minimising land conflicts in the Islands.

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AS backbenchers in the Zanzibar House of Representatives join residents to complain about poor quality of sound and pictures on public television (ZBC TV), the government has said the solution to the problem is to use decoders.

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AT the foot of Mirerani Hills, lie the quarries that used to promise wealth to the local youth through the Tanzanite Gemstones, said to be ten-times rarer than diamond.

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COFFEE production is a significant aspect of the country’s economy as it is one of the largest export crops. Statistics made available by Kilimanjaro Regional Commissioner (RC)’s office show that in 2014/15 season, coffee earned the country some US dollars 135,768,630 while until April, this year, it had made US dollars 132,319,519.

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Kenya is at it again. No retreat, no compassion. Some say it’s a merciless stand, others see justification in safeguarding the country’s security. At the end of it all, the largest refugee camp in the world – the Daadab refugee complex – will be no more.

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TAIFA Stars head coach, Charles Boniface Mkwasa says his team will approach their upcoming African Cup of Nations (AFCON) penultimate clash with Egypt as a final.

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THOSE in leadership always face ethical dilemma whether wittingly or unwittingly. It is upon a leader to acquire ethical skills that can enhance one’s judgement when faced with ethical dilemma. In ethics it is not anything to do with “right is might”.

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OUR country is endowed with hundreds of miles of its share of the Indian Ocean Coast, several lakes of international recognition and inter-territorial coverage and some of Africa’s longest rivers.

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NATIONAL Microfinance Bank (NMB) has issued a three year 20bn/- retail bond. The bond initial public is running and expects to end in June before being listed at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange. NMB, a listed company, had two choices for raising the amount through a current status of the country capital market.

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