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Kikwete warns religious leaders over Katiba referendum

President Jakaya Kikwete speaks to Interreligious Dar es Salaam Region Peace Committee Chairman Sheikh Alhad Mussa Salum(second left) and Bishop Dr Valentino Mokiwa after he opened the committee’s forum in the city on Saturday. Left is Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner, Mr Saidi Meck Sadiki. (Photo by Mohamed Mambo)PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has cautioned religious leaders over influencing their followers to vote against the Proposed Constitution during the referendum slated for late next month.

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House endorses Bill to enhance financial discipline

MEMBERS of Parliament (MPs) on Saturday endorsed the Budget Bill, 2014, saying it will improve government’s financial discipline.

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Africa, China to address trade imbalance

Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Minister, Mr Bernard MembeTHE third Africa-China youth leaders’ forum started in Arusha yesterday, with a call for enhanced efforts to address trade imbalance between the two sides.

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Call to support Same ginger processing factory

Ms Anne KilangoSAME East Member of Parliament (MP), Ms Anne Kilango, has asked the government to provide 1bn/- to support the development of ginger processing factory in Mamba Miamba Ward, Same District in Kilimanjaro Region.

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Dar lauded for having good construction number of women MPs

TANZANIA is among 14 out of 54 African countries in the threshold of 30 per cent or more, with 36 per cent women representation in Parliament.

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Dar, Arusha, Moshi in City challenge

Mr Didas MasaburiDAR ES SALAAM, Arusha and Moshi have been selected to take part in the pilot Earth Hour City challenge focusing on greener and cleaner cities whilst improving the living standards of residents.

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Not business as usual in Kariakoo

Kariakoo,Dar es SalaamA RIFT seems to be emerging among business people over whether or not to keep their shops closed in protest of court’s decision in denying their chairman, Johnson Minja bail before a Dodoma court.

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Legislators call for recovery of stolen Unguja archives

MEMBERS of the Zanzibar House of Representatives are appealing to the general public and to institutions to recover lost and stolen archives.

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Isles geared up to plant over 3 million trees

OVER three million seedlings of various tree species will be planted during the on-going rainy season. Head of nursery- Department of Forestry and Non-renewable Natural Resources, Mr Rashid Nassor Rashid, revealed that 437, 090 seedlings are spice and fruit trees, While over two million are forest seedlings, and 317,553 clove seedlings will be disseminated free of charge to farmers annually.

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Is coach sacking culture healthy to our football?

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Total votes: 80
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