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MINISTER for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports Harrison Mwakyembe said the government will extend invitation to FIFA President, Gianni Infantino for an official visit of the country.

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EMPOWERING the people to have access and ultimately own decent homes ought to be a business, not only for those entrusted with developing housing policies, but also prospective home buyers and other key stakeholders including developers, municipals and other parties involved in the housing ecosystems.

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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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IN everyday life, everything large is good; the elephant is the biggest animal in Africa, yea? And so is the bison in the Americas, one upon a time in Europe. I’m not quite sure if you know the Kivukoni Ferry, famously known as ‘Feri’ by every local fellows around there.

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Changing face of Namanga, the border point connecting Tanzania and Kenya where improved infrastructure makes it an attractive as captured by yesterday. East African Community (EAC) Heads of State meet on joint retreat in Uganda this week to deliberate of regional infrastructure and health development projects. (Photo by Hazla Omar)

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PREPARATIONS are finalized for the Joint EAC Heads of State Retreat on Infrastructure and Health Financing and Development scheduled for this week in Kampala, Uganda, EAC Secretary General Amb. Liberat Mfumukeko has said.

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THE Sumbawanga Airport is set to receive a 55.9bn/- major facelift and become an international facility. The airport, once completed, sets to stimulate economic growth in the region while at the same time attract business opportunities in the neighbouring countries—Zambia and DRC.

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THE shilling loses its grip against US dollar last week as the pressure continues to mount. The shilling, due to increase pressure from greenback lost its grip slightly by 0.09 per cent to 2,254/89 versus 2,252/97 the week before, according to Orbit Securities weekly report.

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BACKBENCHERS in the House of Representatives are pressing the government to introduce punishments for animal cruelty offences, to curb increasing abuse of domestic animals.

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ABOUT 20 people died in 2017 after being struck by lightning in Rukwa Region, which residents associate with superstitious beliefs.

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THE Workers Compensation Fund (WCF) has started taking to court employers who are violating laws under which it was established, including failure to register and furnish particulars of company businesses and supply necessary information of their employees to authorised persons.

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Did you know that there are about 900,000 Students graduating from university each year in Tanzania who are entering a job market that generates only 50,000 to 60,000 new jobs? It is estimated that, after a few years, the number of graduates would have accelerated to 600 million with only 200 million jobs that will be available and according to ILO report of (2010-2014) unemployed youths were found out to be at 6.5% in the country.

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IT is widely believed that the Hadzabe people of northern Tanzania have sustained an ancient hunter-gatherer lifestyle for at least 10,000 years.

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IN the recent past there have been a series of complaints raised by leaders of opposition parties towards the National Electoral Commission (NEC) over irregularities, especially in the ongoing byelections in some constituencies.

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