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Bunge to discuss IPTL saga for two days

TIME for legislators to discuss the Controller and Auditor General's (CAG) report on the Independent Power Tanzania Limited (IPTL) Tegeta escrow account matter has been increased from one to two days.

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New fish species in Nyumba ya Mungu worry researchers

MARINE researchers in the country have discovered large volumes of Nile tilapia within Nyumba ya Mungu dam that are known to outcompete indigenous species.

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Graduates urged to take part in local elections

 Deputy Minister for Industry and Trade Ms Janet Mbene GRADUATES in different higher learning institutions in the country have been urged to play an active role in the forthcoming local government elections slated for next month.

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African human rights need more commitment

AFRICA has to make stronger commitments to human rights issues if the continent is to make economic and democratic advances and benefit from its positive spin-offs, says the President of the African Court for Human and Peoples’ Rights (AfCHPR), Justice Augustino Ramadhani.

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Ministries told to work on improving farming

FOR agriculture to make a turning point in the country’s economy all ministries need to work together towards implementing cross cutting projects.

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Stamico hailed for rendering optimum services

THE States Mining Corporation (STAMICO) has been hailed by Butiama District Authorities for assisting provision of social services in the local communities surrounding Buhemba Gold Mine in Mara Region .

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Justice Munuo warns women against sexual corruption

LAW enforcers are urged to take measures against sex corruption that has greatly affected service delivery in the country.

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Kagera residents urged to diversify aquaculture

Mr Kaiko Saningo TeleleDEPUTY Minister for Livestock and Fisheries Development, Mr Kaiko Saningo Telele has appealed to residents in Kagera Region to diversify aquaculture because the region has a big potential.

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Minister launches 100m/- scholarship fund at SAUT

Mr Lazaro NyalanduMINISTER for Natural Resources and Tourism, Mr Lazaro Nyalandu has inaugrated a 100m/- scholarship fund for Saint Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT) students from disadvantaged families.

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Daily News Poll

DO you think the war against elephant poaching can be won?

Yes - 55.8%
No - 38.5%
I don't know - 5.8%

Total votes: 156
The voting for this poll has ended on: 2014 Nov 23 - 00:00