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Chama cha Mapinduzi (CCM) National Chairman Dr John Magufuli has outlined four reasons why the ruling party emerged the winner in the just ended councillorship race.

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FEEL like hunting? Then try other species because in efforts to save jumbos, the Tanzania Wildlife Management Authority (TAWA) has reduced the number of elephant hunting permits issued per year.

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LEGISLATORS representing their respective countries in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) are expected to elect the new Speaker of the regional legislature at its inaugural meeting in Arusha today.

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MUNICIPALITIES in the country owe the Tanzania Biotech Product Limited, producer of the biolarvacides -‑ the latest and effective chemical that kills mosquito larvae ‑- more than 2bn/-, a situation that compromises the company’s operations.

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THE supply chain of drugs has recorded an historic landmark in the country as Mwanza Region will from next month use drones to supply drugs in not-easily-accessible areas, particularly in Ukerewe Island.

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OVER 40 non-governmental organisations have teamed up to fight gender violence in the Dar es Salaam markets places, all aimed at increasing productivity within the informal sector.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has commended religious leaders for their efforts in maintaining the country’s peace and love among people of all faiths.

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THE Court of Appeal has upheld both conviction and life imprisonment slapped on a resident of Morogoro Region, Mashaka Mussa, for raping a nine-year-old girl (name withheld).

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THE World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has supported construction of a special pond that would save Mara River from contamination as a result of activities of artisanal miners living near the River in Tarime District.

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. . . Government set to bankroll nationwide HPV vaccinations

MINISTER for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Ms Ummy Mwalimu has assured Tanzanians that the government through her ministry is looking forward to provide cervical cancer vaccination starting April, 2018.

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THE Prevention and Combatting of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) is holding the outgoing President of the Tanzania Teachers Union (TTU) Gracian Mkoba pictured) for allegedly involving himself in bribery transactions in the ongoing election process of the Union’s top leadership.

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THE 31 containers laden with logs, impounded by the government in November 2015 from Zambia, were illegally shipped to Dar es Salaam on their way to China, a comprehensive investigative report that the ‘Sunday News’ has seen states.

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THE work for the proposed Arusha- Musoma Highway which will pass through Loliondo, has started with the Mto-wa- Mbu to Sale section on the Arusha side.

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The Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development, Mr William Lukuvi has suspended the Director General of the National Housing Corporation (NHC), Mr Nehemia Mchechu (pictured) , to pave the way for investigation into allegations facing him.

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MINISTER for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Dr Augustine Mahiga, has said business and economic opportunities offered to Tanzanians by the Chinese government must be fully exploited.

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VICE-PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan yesterday relocated to Dodoma, hitting the ground running at her new official residence and working place, by announcing a special campaign aimed at turning the designated capital green.

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. . . JKCI saves 7bn/- in medical fees for heart surgeries, catheterization

THE Jakaya Kikwete Cardiac Institute (JKCI) has saved the nation over 7bn/-, this year, by conducting 289 successful heart surgeries and catheterisations in the country.

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THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has lauded Tanzania for its cooperation with the Fund’s managers and prudent measures adopted so far to substantially improve the country’s economy.

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IN a move to promote transparency and accountability in its operations countrywide, the judiciary is working to establish an electronic database for all advocates. Chief Justice (CJ), Prof Ibrahim Juma (pictured), said that the system will enable all advocates to be registered electronically, thus getting rid of fake advocates in court premises.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has ordered the central bank of Tanzania (BoT) to deregister all commercial and community banks that fail to meet business requirements in the banking sector, with two financial institutions now facing a gloomy future.

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HIGHER learning institutions have been urged to take the initiative of encouraging female students to boost their career opportunities. This was said yesterday in Dar es Salaam by the Deputy Minister of Industries, Trade and Investment, Engineer Stella Manyanya during an award presentation event at the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT) where she was the guest of honour.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday handed over 60m/- to the Tanzania Teachers Union (TTU) that was obtained from a fundraising function he held during the opening of the union’s General Meeting held in the country’s capital, Dodoma.

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THE Arusha Regional Referral Hospital is faced with a shortage of beds, forcing patients to share a bed. Arusha Regional Chief Medical Officer, Dr Timothy Wonanji said here yesterday that in total they are in need of 161 beds.

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THE government plans to come up with a law to control quality of education in the informal education system. Education, Science and Technology Deputy Minister, William Ole Nasha stated yesterday that currently there is mushrooming of institutions providing education out of formal education system.

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THE Deputy Minister for Finance and Planning, Dr Ashatu Kijaji has emphasised on the need for graduates from higher learning institutions to capitalise on employing themselves rather than thinking of getting employed.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday clarified on the government’s decision to merge pension funds in the country, assuring workers that their benefits won’t be affected.

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TEARS roll down his cheeks, when Pekosi Mtalikidonga (55), one of the prisoners released under the recent presidential pardon, narrates his ordeal. Unlike his fellow pardoned inmates, his was a different life experience: he was locked behind bars in 1974 when he was a 12-year-old boy.

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THE government has disbursed nearly 600bn/- over the past two years to facilitate free education and settle teachers’ outstanding arrears.

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THE Tanzanian government has asked the United Nations (UN) to launch an intensive, accurate and transparent investigation into the circumstances that occasioned the deadly attack which claimed the lives of 14 Tanzanian soldiers in Eastern Congo last week.

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YOUNG girls, especially schoolgirls, who engage in sexual intercourse, should have a second thought after findings by health experts showed that they are at risk of getting cervical cancer in the future. Addressing a cancer screening camp at Machame Hospital here recently, the Head of the KCMC Referral Hospital’s Cancer Care Centre (KCMC CCC), Dr Furaha Serventi, pointed early sexual involvement by young girls as one of the factors leading to cervical cancer.

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ANOTHER Member of Parliament (MP) from the opposition, Dr Godwin Mollel (Siha- Chadema), has resigned from his positions as legislator and member of the party in support of President John Magufuli’s exemplary leadership.

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AN ambitious anti-child marriages and female genital mutilation (FGM) campaigns funded by European Union (EU) through Plan International has been intensified in 15 rural villages of Tarime District in Mara Region.

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President John Magufuli has told teachers gathered in Dodoma for their annual general meeting today (Thursday) that their Mwalimu Commercial Bank (MCB) is among poor performing banks in the country, hence risks closure.

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