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EAST African Community (EAC) Heads of State are expected to meet in Kampala, Uganda for a retreat on infrastructure and health financing and development.

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WHAT makes land one of the most sought-for and cherished possessions, is that it is an asset that is very crucial in facilitating social and economic livelihoods.

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TANZANIA will enter history books next week, when the country hosts a historic World football–ruling body, FIFA Executive Football Summit (EFS) at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JICC) in Dar es Salaam.

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CONSTRUCTION of a concrete wall to hem in the tanzanite mining blocks at Mirerani in Simanjiro District is complete.

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VALENTINE’S Day has come up again, and although not a public holiday in any country it deserves to symbolize love, peace, patriotism and unity amongst citizens as they go around their daily chores, and should not be associated with any form of immorality.

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ALL eyes will be in Dodoma as stakeholders in agriculture will in a three-day conference from tomorrow take stock of reforms in the agricultural sector and plan development agenda of the sector.

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THE Regional Commissioner (RC) for Dar es Salaam, Mr Paul Makonda, has suspended the operations of all ward tribunals in his region because they have literally failed to relieve the suffering of people whose legal rights have been usurped by unscrupulous elements.

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TANZANIA football giants, Simba and Young Africans open their quest for the continental level titles next weekend alongside envoys from Djibouti and Seychelles facing another one in a related match.

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THE National Assembly has been told that the State considers tightening security at all refugee camps in the country. This is in response to increasing threats posed by refugees who attempt to escape from the camps.

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TANZANIA is undoubtedly endowed with many resources and among them are animals. Despite boasting of so many wild animals in many national parks dotted around the country such as Serengeti, Mikumi and Ruaha just to mention a few, the country is also rich in domesticated animals.

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THE East African Community region has attracted global attention as one of the most dynamic regions, economically-speaking, because it offers enormous potential for investment crucial for job creation and promoting intra-regional trade.

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THE National Assembly has been told that the Government is in the final stages of collating new traffic rules and regulations.

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LITTLE known Green Warriors ousted defending champions Simba, then came Ihefu village boys who defiantly denied Young Africans an easy way to the best 16 stage and Buseresere Boys who are firm on race, Federation Cup has unveiled more than what football fans expected.

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THE government has said quite categorically that it will not hesitate to close down public and private health facilities that perform poorly.

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HUMANS for a long time have been shooting ourselves in the foot.

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PRESIDENT Paul Kagame of Rwanda took the mantle to lead the African Union last Sunday taking over from Guinea’s President Alpha Conde at the 30th AU Summit underway in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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LAST Saturday, our sister paper, HabariLeo, reported a bizarre killing of three women in Kwimba District of Mwanza Region, reportedly by unknown ‘judges’ who took upon themselves to lynch their victims, having intercepted them as they walked home after farm work.

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TOP seeded lady golfers have been training intensively for the IBB Ladies Open Championship to be held in Nigerian capital, Abuja early next month.

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THE Bank of Tanzania (BoT) monthly economic review has shown that the nation’s earnings from tourism had risen to 4.8tri/- by the end of November of last year.

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A NEWSPAPER cartoon published in a certain African country triggered several bitter reactions from people who condemned it for being cynical and absolutely insensitive to human beings who have had the misfortune of being physically deformed in one way or another.

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TANZANIA and Rwanda moved a step further in their plans for joint construction of 521 kilometre Isaka-Kigali Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) when ministers for infrastructure from the two countries met in Dar es Salaam over the weekend to deliberate on how to implement construction of the joint railway line.

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BEING a copycat, or lack of originality, is one of the most embarrassing trends that should be avoided from individual to national levels.

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TRAFFIC jams continue to remain a major problem in most cities around the world, especially in developing regions, resulting in massive delays, increased fuel wastage and monetary losses.

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IT has been reported that the Minister for Livestock and Fisheries, Luhaga Mpina, has impounded 65.6 tonnes of fish worth 300m/-. The fish, it has been alleged, were illegally caught in Lake Victoria just off Rubili Island in Muleba District.

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THE 2018 round of the Mapinduzi Cup football tournament continues to rage on at Amaan Stadium in Zanzibar, once again pitting football giants from Tanzania Mainland, Uganda and Zanzibar.

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NKASI District has set an astonishing example by building 600 primary and secondary school classrooms in a single year. District authorities say they enlisted the help of residents and political party functionaries from both sides of the political divide.

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PARENTS have the sole responsibility on raising their children so that they become good citizens. That is why the community should get rid of outdated cultures which endanger the lives of children, especially disabled children and children who live in difficult environments.

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TANZANIA will soon become one of the main poultry producers in East and Central Africa following news that large breeding estates are set to be established in Kilimanjaro and hatching factories built in Coast Region.

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FOOTBALL fraternity in Tanzania is keen to see changes in the country’s national teams after Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) signed a kit sponsorship deal worth over 1bn/-with Italian firm, Macron.

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THE longstanding land dispute between Mkungunero Game Reserve authorities and Kimotorok villagers is still simmering.

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IT is on record that Tanzania has drawn comprehensive plans for better future management of the current unprecedented levels of urban population growth in a quest to ensure greater productivity, higher efficiency and control of open spaces.

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IT has come to light that some academics have urged the government to resume exports of biodiversity species, especially butterflies. The venture, they say will help preserve natural forests and shunt in foreign currency simultaneously.

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THE Christmas festival is here. The Christian fraternity is in a festive mood. December 25 was the day Jesus Christ was born in a town called Nazareth about 2,000 years ago.

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