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TANZANIA Mainland Football team, Kilimanjaro Stars failed to reach the semifinal stage of this year’s Senior Challenge Cup in Machakos, after finishing at the bottom of the table with just a single point.

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THE women’s association of miners (Tawoma) has implored the government to seek an alternative, friendly and affordable technology that will replace the use of mercury in mining for gold. The use of mercury has already been banned in some countries.

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TOBACCO growers in the country have been advised to opt for alternative cash crops such as cotton, sunflower, groundnuts, sesame, tea, coffee and even sisal because the cigarette production facilitation crop poses serious health risks to farmers and consumers.

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KARATU District Commissioner Theresia Mahongo has vowed to use any legal means possible to eliminate child marriages in her district citing dangerous underage pregnancies, lost opportunities for education and other disadvantages that confront victims.

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TOURISM contributes about a quarter of Tanzania’s foreign exchange revenue and supports about half a million jobs directly, along with many more indirectly.

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TOMORROW, we celebrate our 56th birthday as an independent nation, somewhat comforted by the fact that we have made strides in international sporting competitions.

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MEDICINAL drugs form an important part of human existence as they go a long way not only in restoring health in sick people but also to prevent them inform of immunization.

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IT is debatable whether modern civilization, propelled by consistent rural- urban migration, has contributed significantly to the erosion of human values that were in the fairly distant past a matter of course, rather than something that entailed forceful enforcement.

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LAST week, Economists launched a book ‘Lifting the Veil of Secrecy’, the perspective on international taxation and capital flight from Africa.

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THERE is a need for all forest product factories in the country to meet the requisite international standard quality if they are to win any lucrative markets at home and abroad for their products.

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UNION netball league currently taking place at the Gymkhana Club courts in Zanzibar, is struggling to appeal to fans as it used to be in the past. For the past few years, the sport lost its appeal due to various factors, chief among them is poor leadership and lack of financial support.

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RESIDUAL malaria remains a critical health threat in Tanzania and elsewhere, mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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IT transpired early this week that two villagers in Rukwa Region have been found guilty of armed robbery and that a collective sentence of 60 years in jail has been imposed on them.

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It has come to light that some local officials in Mara Region have been issuing Tanzanian citizenship identity cards to foreigners who do not deserve to have them.

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IGNORANCE, hunger and disease may liberally be described as constituents of ‘the trinity of terror’, with which many people are familiar, stretching backwards to when Tanganyika – subsequently Tanzania – gained political independence on December 9, 1961.

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PREPARATIONS for the bounced back Senior Challenge Cup have begun in all East African countries, including Tanzania Mainland.

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WITH President John Magufuli fighting for an industrialised economy, the country needs to pull up its socks in terms of revenue collection.

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THE ‘Hapa Kazi Tu’ slogan, popularized by Fifth Phase President John Magufuli, and whose thrust is that hard work is the propeller of Tanzania’s economic and social development, may jolt the memories of old generation citizens, who would trace it to the Nyerere era.

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THE government has stated categorically the law in this country prohibits illegal importation of live animals including cattle and that livestock hailing from neighbouring countries should not be herded into Tanzania for grazing. Well, this is a clear-cut rule.

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IT has come to light 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. This initiative, which comes rather belatedly, is indeed noble and heartfelt.

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FOLLOWING the success and benefits the government realised through probing and realigning the mining sector, it is commendable that the focus has shifted to gas and fisheries sectors.

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THE whole sports fraternity was gripped in shock when athletics governing body slapped a four-year to two athletics detected to have been using performance enhancing drugs.

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THE whole sports fraternity was gripped in shock when athletics governing body slapped a four-year to two athletics detected to have been using performance enhancing drugs.

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THE National Assembly was told on Tuesday that too many children in this country miss balanced diet -- a critical anomaly that endangers their mental state. What many families do not know is the stark reality that unbalanced diets often trigger mental disorders.

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INVESTORS in the education sector have asked the government to offer subsidies on school laboratory equipment in a quest to enable private schools to afford purchasing the apparatus which are critically important for learners of science subjects.

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THE National Assembly was told yesterday that illegal fishing still existed in nearly all national water bodies and that the most notorious fishers use banned gear such as gillnets, monofilaments, beach seines and others to snare fish.

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RECENTLY when the Fifth Phase Government President John Pombe Magufuli (JPM) toured Kagera Region while enroute to Uganda to launch Hoima –Tanga Oil Pipeline in the country’s side, his host President Yoweri Museveni directed his government (read Immigration) to allow Tanzanians living along the border at Mutukula to enter into the country freely without going through rigorous and bureaucratic paperwork because, the people are “one” with their counterparts in his country for the occasion.

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THE fifth phase government has never and will never look back on its bid to transform this country into middle economy, and one of the means to achieve this is through industrialisation.

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TAIFA Stars play hosts Benin in a friendly match at Stade de l’ Amitie in Cotonou this Sunday, a match that players should take seriously as an event that counts in the FIFA World rankings.

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THE high status of womankind in society needs not be belabored, but we are compelled to do so, as society hosts some people who deliberately reject even the obvious.

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IT is no longer a dream that Tanzania under the Fifth Phase Government of John Pombe Magufuli (JPM) is industralisation minded, because right away, within a span of his two years in power, over 3,000 factories have been set up in the country.

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IT has come to light that there is a growing shortage of red meats worldwide and that this meat crisis is most likely to reach its peak in the year 2032. Tanzania has a 22 million-strong herd but, it has been observed, the nation will be one of the most hit by the shortage.

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Tanzania has been encouraged to tap the rich Chinese tourism market in a quest to boost revenue receipts from the sector. The idea emanated from the Chinese Ambassador to Tanzania, Ms Ke Wang, when speaking at an event in Dar es Salaam recently.

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