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Escrow deals scandalous -PAC

Mr Deo Filikunjombe.THE National Assembly was on Wednesday told that payment of over 300bn/- from the Tegeta Escrow account was shrouded in fraud, corruption and gross negligence.

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Drama as MPs demand IPTL saga debate

THERE was drama in the mid morning session in Parliament on Wednesday as Members of Parliament attempted to compel the Chair person of the National Assembly Mussa Azan Zungu to table the Controller and Auditor General’s report on the IPTL-Escrow issue.

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Billions lost in unpaid taxes

Mr Zitto Kabwe.THE transfer of monies from the Tegeta escrow account from the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) to Pan African Power Solutions (PAP) subjected the state to revenue losses through failure to pay taxes and document forgery.

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Shortage of vets hinders livestock sector

 

The Minister for Livestock and Fisheries Development, Dr Titus Kamani.TANZANIA tipped to be second to Ethiopia in having the highest number of livestock in Africa but nearly 60 districts and seven regions in the country still do not have veterinary officers, it was revealed in Arusha.

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Major cities lack master plans, says PM

The Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda.ALL five major cities in the country have no comprehensive master plan thus posing a big challenge towards sustainable urban planning, it has been established.

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Dar seeks funds for anti-retroviral care

 Deputy Minister for Health and Social Welfare, Dr Stephen KebweTHE government is looking for funds to implement World Health Organization (WHO) guidance of placing HIV/Aids positive people with CD4 count of 500 on Antiretroviral (ARV) therapy.

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Extramarital affairs increasing in Moshi

A 16 days activism campaign against Gender Based Violence (GBV) has started with a shocking revelation that prostitution is thriving in Moshi Municipality, with more than half of married couples engaging in extramarital relationships.

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Ghost teachers gobble 3.1bn/- countrywide

 Ms Celine KombaniABOUT 3.1bn/- salaries were paid to ghost workers in the teaching sector in different district councils, countrywide.

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Shortage of veterinaries hinders livestock sector

TANZANIA tipped to be second to Ethiopia in having the highest number of livestock in Africa but nearly 60 districts and seven regions in the country still do not have veterinary officers, it was revealed in Arusha.

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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