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Six ambassadors have submitted their credentials to President Magufuli after being nominated to represent their respective countries in Tanzania.

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Ilala District Court in Dar es Salaam region has sentenced Salum Mjwete alias scorpion for seven years and ordered him to pay a fine of 30m/- after finding him guilty of injuring and gouging the eyes of Mr Said Mrisho.

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PLANS are underway to transform the now idle historical beach of Mangapwani-Bumbwini into a new oil tank farm, authorities here have said.

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PROPER surveying and planning of land in the country is crucial in adding the value of plots and eventually expanding the tax base to the government and enabling people to use the property as collateral in accessing loans, it has been observed.

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HUMAN Relief Foundation (HRF), a global charity organisation, plans to build a multibillion complex for charity at Kigamboni, comprising a hospital, school and orphanage centre, among other facilities.

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JAPAN is assisting Tanzania to roll out modern farming initiatives; so that the latter can achieve the national target of ensuring one million hectares of arable land is placed under irrigation schemes by 2020.

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FISHING activities on Lake Rukwa in Sumbawanga District have been temporarily suspended and several fishing camps burnt in efforts to control cholera outbreak.

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TANZANIA Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) has advised the government to avoid abrupt changes of laws, rules and regulations that guide business and investment sector, arguing that the practice scares away investors.

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RAMADHAN Idd has no arms. He writes using his toes. But, despite lacking hands, the 14-year old boy has not only succeeded in joining secondary education but won enrollment in special high school for gifted students.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has ordered a special audit to be conducted in the Butiama District Executive Director’s office over misapplication of funds, and that the Tanzania Building Agency (TBA) regional manager be arrested and questioned for failure to execute construction of the district council’s office.

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EXTRA budgetary allocations for tourist sector promotion initiatives and consolidation of diplomatic relations are among of factors that have contributed to the increased flow of tourists to Tanzania, leading to the rise of foreign exchange earnings to USD 2,156.9m (approximately 4.8tri/-) in the year ending November, 2017.

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...Transporters are delighted as increased cargo has enhanced business

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PHARMACISTS have been urged to be innovative in exploring opportunities in the medical field that would be used to attain the country’s goal of industrialisation by 2020.

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LAISSEZ-FAIRE tendencies among buyers of products especially energy drinks that contain high amounts of sugar and caffeine and lack of awareness can have dire effects on children if not properly supervised.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has banned cotton contract farming in the country, pledging close government supervision that would see farmers benefiting from the cash crop, popularly known as white gold.

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... Tanzania, Rwanda transport ministers deliberate implementation planMINISTERS responsible for transport in Tanzania and Rwanda yesterday met in Dar es Salaam to deliberate on how to implement the construction of 521 kilometres Isaka-Kigali Railway Line.

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MINISTER of Livestock and Fisheries, Mr Luhaga Mpina, has maintained that the livestock identification exercise will not be extended, urging animal breeders to raise their voices to ensure that their animals are branded by the end of this month.

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WITH six member states dragging their feet in pooling resources to run the East African Community (EAC), the Arusha-based secretariat seems to be cash stripped.

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THE government has said it fully exploits the opportunity offered to Tanzania by the Chinese government to supply cassava to the Asian nation, but exportation logistics of the crop have proven to be a challenge facing farmers and other businesspersons.

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TANZANIA Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) has put on halt the transfer of shares by PanAfrican Energy Corporation to Swala Oil and Gas (Tanzania), until the government gets full information regarding the transaction.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has suspended the registration of new ships until further notice, barely a day after Vice-President Samia Suluhu Hassan announced deregistration of two Tanzania-flagged ships that the Dutch and Greek authorities recently reported to have found with drugs and explosives on board.

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IN a bid to boost the country’s revenue through tourism, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism envisages to construct a special train station and visitor information centre projects.

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ABOUT 600 poor patients are set to benefit from free medical consultations from specialist doctors from one of the best hospitals in India, Narayana, who have arrived in the country for the medical mission.

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A MINISTER in the President’s Office, Regional Administration and Local Government, TAMISEMI, Mr Seleman Jafo, yesterday expressed his satisfaction over the good refurbishment of the oldest public secondary schools countrywide.

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POPULATION growth and rural-urban migration are challenges which governments worldwide must address through proper planning and management of cities as global estimates show that 50 per cent of the population will constituteurban dwellers by the year 2030.

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A MILITARY issues gun, AK 47, which was abandoned by panicky bandits whose mission to rob the Jielong factory at Nhelegani in Shinyanga municipality last Wednesday aborted, is in the possession of the Force Force.

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THE campaign on voluntary male circumcision that aims at reducing the risk of HIV/Aids infections and other diseases has successful kicked off in Singida Region, with a high number of people turning out for the free service.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa yesterday pledged that he would find a lasting solution to the perennial conflicts between North Mara Gold Mine and communities in the vicinity as soon as possible.

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A WOMAN aged between 25-30 years, whose name was not immediately obtained, died after knocking an aircraft while it was taking off from Mwanza Airport heading for Dar es Salaam, at around 9pm on Wednesday.

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INFRASTRUCTURAL development projects worth 70bn/- are being carried out monthly in the country, the Parliamentary Infrastructure Development Committee was told here, yesterday.

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IT is now in the public domain that the land lease agreement and performance contract signed between the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) and Mlimani Holdings Limited is vague and stinking.

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Orders review, verification of all Tanzanian registered vesselsTHE government has resorted to review and verify all vessels with Tanzanian registration, including doing due diligence on those applying for the registration to avert possible crimes by Tanzanianflagged ships.

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A bus has caught fire in north-western Kazakhstan, killing 52 people in Irgiz district of Aktobe region early Thursday, the interior ministry has confirmed.

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