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ON November 30 this year I attended a seminar in Tabora about industrial parks. I hope you remember that President John Pombe Magufuli has declared that the policy of the Fifth Government he leads is of semi-industrial economy.

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FIGHTING is part of life.

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EATING or feeding behavior can be described as a process by which an animal obtain food, history tells us that about 400 million years ago earliest terrestrial vertebrates initiated the first feeding strategies.

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TOURISTS pose for a photo on their way to Tuvui water falls.

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CAN you imagine that you do not need to go to church to get holy water as it has been a culture for many Christians? It is only in Tanzania, at least for now, that if you are a spiritual person and you want to sip or collect holy water from the forest reserve, then, you only need to make a tour at the Holy- Water Point of the Nilo Nature Forest Reserve (NNFR).

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KHAMIS Faki Machanowas admitted into Mnazi Mmoja Hospital (MMH) in Zanzibar last month. He was vomiting blood severely. This was not the first time, for this 26-yearoldman to be brought there, in such a condition.

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ANTI-Retroviral Therapy (ART), commonly known as ARV is a direct and most scientific HIV virus suppression method.

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ON February 2, 2017, the Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner Paul Makonda took the ‘bull by its horns.’ He declared war against drug trafficking and abuse, ordering the arrest of five businessmen and 17 police officers reportedly linked to the illicit trade.

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TANZANIA has been recommended as one of 21 best tourist destinations in the world ideal for 2018, according to international tourism experts.

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A HUGE number of children in Tanzania experience sexual violence, making it a common practice that the abuse is rarely reported as perpetrators are usually known to the victims. This, therefore, calls for not only concerted effort but also greater financial investment in child protection.

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HAVING had a successful copyright system in operation for the last 23 years, means the Namibian Society of Authors and Composers of Music (NASCAM), have gained some experiences on how best to tackle this sensitive issue, within the Creative Industry (CI).

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AT Independence, in 1961, Tanganyika did not have a single mental case associated with drug abuse. Mental cases that prevailed were few and far between and these stemmed from natural causes. The few hospitals mainly handled illnesses such as malaria and typhoid.

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Uongozi Institute Head of Research and Policy, Dennis Rweyemamu, speaking at the conference

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THROUGHOUT the price boom of the 2000s, extractive resources (mining, oil and gas) were seen as assets that African governments needed to leverage more effectively for development outcomes.

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THE Tanzanian Diaspora has been asked to team up with envoys accredited to countries where they live to promote and, indeed, market local tourism attractions in a quest to boost the inflow of visitors. If handled well tourism is, invariably, a money spinner.

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WOMEN have become the major producers of food sold even in urban areas, and they have also contributed significantly in various aspects of society, including fees for children in schools.

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RECENTLY, nine ambassadors and high commissions heading Tanzania’s missions in foreign countries concluded their mission of climbing Mountain Kilimanjaro and pictures were streamed into the internet during the six-day mountain scaling touristic undertaking.

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ARE you aware of the fact that the youth is the largest population of the world unlike any other age group? According to the East Africa Community (EAC) Youth Survey, 2016, about 80 percent of population in East Africa is below the age of 35 years.

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THE giraffe is world’s tallest mammal

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IN 1961, during the inauguration of The Arusha Manifesto Mwalimu Julius K Nyerere the founding father of our nation said “The survival of our wildlife is a matter of grave concern to all of us in Africa.These wild creatures in the wild places they inhabit are not only important as a source of wonder and inspiration but are an integral part of our natural resources and of our future and well being”.

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WORLDREMIT will enable customers in Africa to transfer money to 148 countries as easily as sending an instant message, using the WorldRemit app.

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DID you know that there are about 250 million immigrants in the world sending over $600bn to support their friends and families back home every year? The remittance market is a significant source of funding for many individuals and families across the world. Immigrants face two significant challenges when executing cross-border and local money transfers.

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OF late, the issue of value addition has become a topical issue, and many countries are looking for ways to make it mandatory for all stakeholders of specified industries. Value addition means processing natural resources fully before any of it is exported or consumed.

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NOW that it appears that the war against corruption is getting some traction, unlike in the past when only underlings were arraigned and convicted and the big crooks were given a slap on the wrist if summoned at all, the game has changed dramatically in the past two years under the Prevention of Corruption and Combating Bureau (PCCB) led by a reputed no-nonsense cop, Valentino Mlowola.

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EXCLUSIVE breast feeding is a health issue and is an effective way set a newborn free from HIV infection even if both parents are positive.

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THE principle of political participation in elections has been a core value among Tanzanians when it comes to choosing leaders.

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THE ‘My Country First’ campaign, a national drive towards renewal of our core values, demands that all Tanzanians must now contribute, support and inspire President John Magufuli in his efforts to create the age of restoration in Tanzania.

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THE government will on Friday this week unveil a nationwide “Patriotism and Nationalism Campaign” whose key objective is to restore the forgotten twin virtues in order to safeguard the sovereignty, dignity and integrity of the nation.

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Minister for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elders and Children, Ummy Mwalimu

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TANZANIA is determined to increase awareness about the need for basic sanitation and to teach people about better practices. In fact, the government wants to make sanitation for all a development priority.

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A famous Kiswahili saying translates literary as: “Before you die, you are not fully created.” It is a factual reminder to all as it is dreadful that the physical and even mental fitness of any person can change drastically in life.

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IT is break time at Muungano Primary School in Magole ward in Kilosa District of Morogoro Region. Girls and boys are rushing to their respective latrines to attend to the call of nature. Some have to wait until their colleagues finish their business in the latrines.

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NYEGERE is the Swahili name for honey badger.

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FROM human’s point of view, one may be regarded as a notorious character when you become rude or badly behave yourself by doing wicked things to your friends or relatives.

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CONCERTED efforts are needed to ensure that malaria is completely eliminated. Residents in Kagera Region should cooperate fully in the Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) exercise.

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IT’S 15 years since the Saptak Folk Dance Group has been actively presenting Gujarati folk dance. Now, last Tuesday evening they brought their leaps, prances and coordinated steps to the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JNICC) in Dar es Salaam.

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HAVE you ever looked around your society/ street and realised that majority of business people in merchandise are women in form of petty or small scale traders?

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THEIR mission is to enrich, inspire and serve their community, as a choral society and symphony orchestra. Added to this they intend being internationally recognised for their artistic excellence.

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BEFORE standard seven results were out in 2016, Chohero Primary School located at Chohero Village in Ikeo ward, Mvomero District of Morogoro Region, had only two male teachers who were teaching 520 pupils.

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AN aftermath of a road accident involving a passenger bus and a cargo truck. (File photo)

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THEY had just tied the knot, cherishing a life-time moment filled with enormous joy, expectations and dreams but sadly, the disaster struck.

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ONE local person, whose name has become synonymous with the struggle to have a proper operational copyright system in the country, is John Kitime.

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