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GOLD mining company Acacia Mining is looking to go beyond Tanzania into Kenya and West Africa. Acacia CEO Brad Gordon told the 2016 Investing in African Mining Indaba that the company’s growth had stemmed from a focus on business fundamentals, people and relationships.

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INCREASED exports of goods and services coupled with decline of imports narrowed the current account deficit by 44.2 per cent to 1,161.9 million US dollars in the first six months of the 2015/16 fiscal year compared to 2,081.1 million US dollars of the previous period.

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TANZANIA shilling gains against the dollar with steady inflows of the greenback. According to CRDB financial and market highlights, the increasing demand from the energy and manufacturing sectors however, may put some pressure on the local currency in the near future. The shilling closed at the levels of 2153/2193.

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A local investment company, VIP Engineering and Marketing Limited, has filed before the High Court in Dar es Salaam three reports implicating Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) of massive extraction of funds from Independent Power Tanzania Limited (IPTL).

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THE Paris Agreements on Climate Change (COP21) is expected to be tabled in the next parliamentary session for ratification. The agreement which marked the efforts of global climate change initiatives and negotiations started early in the 1970s.

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THE government is in the final stages of establishing a special task force to fight environment degradation and wildlife crimes, especially poaching, now on the increase in the country.

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MOBILE phones have basic communication tools, used not only for phone calls, but also for accessing the Internet, camera, keeping records, and money transfer.

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WITH regard to the upcoming re-run elections in Zanzibar next month, “Inter-news” organised a workshop entitled “The Media and its Role in covering election.

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THERE is an alternative lifestyle out there whereby people survive by moving from one location to another, depending on the changing weather conditions, water availability and livestock conditions or simply to honour their traditions.

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PLAYING at the last eight stage of the Confederation Africa Football (CAF) Champions League is the target set by the Tanzanian envoys, Young Africans who leave today for Mauritius, the venue of campaign opener.

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THE Vodacom Premier League is finally getting to the best part of the game with the top clubs---league leaders, Young Africans, Azam FC and Simba firing in all cylinders in their quest to get to the apex of the league by the time the league winds up.

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WE are living in a much competitive world today. Either we compete or we perish. That’s what executives in local manufacturing concerns should understand. They need to build strong corporate brands to position their firms well to penetrate the global market and compete with other brands.

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TANZANIANS went to the polls on October 25 last year in a climax to the process that culminated in the declaration of Dr John Magufuli as the winner and, therefore, the fifth president of the United Republic of Tanzania.

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