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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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JUMA Ramadhan (23) a resident of Tulya ward in Iramba District believes that getting circumcised was the smartest decision he has made to protect himself from HIV infections and keeping himself clean.

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LAKE Manyara National Park is a small reserve (330sq km) with nearly twothirds of its area covered by the lake. Despite this, the park can claim a higher diversity of plant and animal species than the much larger Serengeti National Park, including a number of large animals.

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THE establishment of roadside police cabins in recent years has helped to curb crime and reckless driving across the country.

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FOR seventeen years, Mr Ephraim Massawe was employed by the LAPROVET, a French veterinary laboratory, dealing in Animal Health, with considerable sales centres around the world, including Tanzania.

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MAJORITY passengers in the country are not aware of their rights. Those who use buses face various problems from operators and owners of the buses since most of them are not aware of their rights.

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TANZANIAN women are now aware that poorly handled skin bleaching is dangerous to death. In fact, most of the women have now abandoned the practice -- after paying quite a frightening price.

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IN February the Judiciary of Tanzania commemorates its Annual Law Day and this year it was finalized on Thursday in Dar es Salaam graced by His excellence, President, Dr John Magufuli.

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BUTTERFLIES are small insects but with multiple benefits compared to other bugs. Experts affirm that when kept in special and well organized sites; butterflies instantly bring about positive changes, starting with foreign currency earning.

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ANYONE who traces the evolution and development of the Tanzanian economy over the years must have faith in its potential and ability to stride ever more confidently towards an era of increased industrialisation.

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TANZANIA Coffee Research Institute Limited (TaCRI) became legally constituted and operational in 2001 laying emphasis on the role of stakeholder- led and client demand-driven research for development. This was not the first time the institute was transformed into a stakeholder- led philosophy.

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FOREIGN travellers who come to Tanzania are often alerted on the prevalence of highly dangerous diseases like malaria and Aids. In addition to these two killers, Tanzania has a variety of food and water borne diseases you can potentially contract.

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IN his years as a town clerk to various parts of Tanganyika then, Emmanuel Majaiba Kiishweko was a leader of thought in his field. And as we remember his demise on February 5th, 2017, it is important to revisit the life of a man who traversed the journey of the country’s local government system both prior and after independence and later moved on to another public good as the administrative officer for all national parks then.

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WHILE Dodoma is endowed with good soil for agricultural activities, production is far below potential and produce often fails to meet quality standards. Maize, sunflower, wheat, sorghum, sweet potatoes, cassava, banana among others are some of the food and cash crops produced, though their marketability has proved to be an uphill task.

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MATHEMATICS has a lot of applications in life. We have often mentioned application in Science, Commerce, Engineering, Home Economics, Economics and many more.

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MATHEMATICS has a lot of applications in life. We have often mentioned application in Science, Commerce, Engineering, Home Economics, Economics and many more.

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AS the world prepares to mark ‘Water Day on 22 March,’ there is good news for residents of the Islands the prolonged water crisis in many places is soon coming to an end.

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JOSEPH Irankunda puts finishing touches on his carpentry work while his trainer monitors him at a small workshop, within Mtendeli Refugee Camp in Kibondo District, Kigoma Region.

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WHEN Morogoro Regional government decided to relocate some teachers to underserved areas last year Lumba Chini Primary School in Morogoro Rural District was among the beneficiaries of the programme.

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PUTTING research results into use is one of the best means to attain economic gain, and developed countries have relied on this technique for centuries experts have revealed.

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THE Wazanaki are an ethnic and linguistic group that lives in the heart of Mara Region to the east of Lake Victoria. In 1987, the Wazanaki population was estimated to number 62,000.

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THE committee of Arab countries’ diplomats in the country have applauded Tanzania’s voting for the resolution on Jerusalem last December 21 at the tenth special Emergency UN meeting on Israel’s unlawful occupation of East Jerusalem.

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LIBERIANS, the world of football and the International community celebrated and congratulated George Weah’s presidential victory in the West African country’s first democratic transfer of power after two devastating civil wars in more than 70 years.

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OF recent times, Form IV leavers, with passes in Mathematics and Science, have an additional line of professionalism they can pursue, at higher levels. That is “Multimedia and Film Technology”.

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Welcome to Masailand. Here, it is the men who make most news. Each man, invariably, is armed with a sharp spear, a carefully whetted jungle knife (sime) and a club (rungu) fashioned from the trunk of an African blackwood (pingo).

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MR Song Tao, has been working in Tanzania as a member of China Medical Team from August, 2007 to August, 2009 and from August 2011 up to now, a total of eight years and five months.

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IN 2006 a toothless goat made legal history in Kenya – and headlines around the world – when it appeared in court as part of a bid to sue the government over a plant deliberately introduced a few decades earlier to help rural communities adapt to drought.

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WORDS of praise were showered onto youth studying Multimedia and Film, at the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology’s (DIT). While on a visit to the higher learning institute on Friday, the Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe, also congratulated the students for the high level of ability they had obtained there.

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SHE has a calabash of water balanced on her head. Saafi Gwatema is her name. She is 18 years old. She is returning from a shallow well in Mogitu Village, Bassotu Ward, in Hanang District. All families in Bassotu collect water from this pond. Saafi is a Barbaig girl.

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BEFORE getting further into 2018, it’s worth taking some time out, to look at a conversation with the Managing Director of the Norwegian Copyright Development Association (NORCODE), Inger Dirdal.

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CONCERTED efforts are needed to ensure that unnecessary deaths resulting from malnutrition especially in children under five years are brought to an end. Investing in nutrition is essential for Tanzania to progress.

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