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CRDB Managing Director Dr Charles Kimei

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CRDB Bank is sitting on 7.0bn/- worth of uncollected dividends of its shareholders which accumulated in the last 20 years. The bank has called its shareholders to collect their dividends especially those using cheques payment system, where a number of unclaimed reached 60 per cent or change mode of payments.

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BANK M CEO (Designate), Jacqueline Woiso (second left) and Dar Marathon 2016 Chair, Agnes Batengas sign MoU in Dar es Salaam yesterday whereby Bank M and Rotary Clubs will raise funds for construction of a teaching hospital at the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM). Looking on (left) is the Rotary Protocol Chair, Hamza Kasongo and RDM Board Chair Sharmila Bhatt. (Photo by Robert Okanda)

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BANK M has partnered with Rotary Dar Marathon in a bid to raise over 1.0bn/- for construction of a teaching hospital in the city. The marathon, organised by seven Rotary Clubs in Dar es Salaam, staged to take off in the last quarter of this year—during Nyerere Day, expects to draw 15,000 marathoners.

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MEMBERS of the East African Legislative Assembly have gathered here for their Sixth Meeting in the Fourth Session of the Third Assembly, which has commenced here yesterday and is expected to climax next month.

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Queen of Ivory, Chinese Yang Feng Clan

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THE Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday directed the prosecution to expedite the process of filing a certificate, conferring its jurisdiction to hear the case against the alleged Queen of Ivory, Chinese Yang Feng Clan, (66).

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THE Court of Appeal has allowed the Coca Cola Kwanza Tanzania Limited and its driver, Francis Ngowi, to challenge payments of 50m/-, as compensation to a citizen, Geofrey Lamayani, for injuries following a motor vehicle accident.

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THE Principal Conservator with Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA), Genes Shayo (60), is being held by the national anti poaching special task force following reports linking him with an elephant tusk seized in Arumeru District, Arusha Region.

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MIDWIVES and health practitioners jointly cut a cake to celebrate the International Day of the Midwife at Rahaleo in Zanzibar recently.

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WHENEVER nurses and midwives meet challenges facing them are highlighted. Even during this year’s ‘International Nurses Day (IND)’ and ‘International Day of the Midwife (IDM)’ problems facing the medical staff in many countries were highly voiced through gatherings and media.

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MINISTER responsible for Museums Mr Rashid Ali Juma (in suit) admires different types of caps during the opening of the Peace Memorial Museum in Zanzibar. The caps are among many items made in the past 91 years.

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ZANZIBAR joined other countries around the world to mark the ‘International Museum Day’ on May 18. Despite having 85 registered historical sites and five museums however, not many islanders were aware of this special day.

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THE Makonde sculpture is neither appreciated by the majority of Tanzanians nor by the sculptors themselves. Many art dealers and collectors have a problem of differentiating between traditional and modern Makonde sculpture.

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TANZANIA’S representatives Young Africans will find out their opponents in the group stage of the 2016 CAF Confederation Cup when the draw is conducted today in Cairo. The eight qualified teams will be drawn in two groups of four, with winners and runners-up in both groups qualifying for the semi-finals.

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IN your whole life, how many people do you come across who have attained richness by winning a lottery? Probably one in a million! If that is the level of probability to win a lottery, then how many of us can sit around and wait for such kind of an event to occur?

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THE National Assembly has approved government plans to spend 4.9 trillion/- or 17 per cent of total spending in the 2016/17 fiscal year to boost infrastructure development to foster the industrialisation agenda.

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NATIONAL Microfinance Bank (NMB) has issued a three year 20bn/- retail bond. The bond initial public is running and expects to end in June before being listed at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange. NMB, a listed company, had two choices for raising the amount through a current status of the country capital market.

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