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MAJORITY of banks saw their profits dwindling, with some suffering losses in this year’s first quarter, although a handful of them posted marginal profit increase. The banking sector normally experiences a slow-start at the beginning of the year, but in this year, experts attribute the dismal performance to the general elections that restricted money in circulation.

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TANZANIA Breweries Limited (TBL) has won government accolades for maintaining crisis free working environment that has increased industry productivity.

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THE government has revived plans to construct a modern bus stop at Segera high way in Handeni District to boost revenue collection.

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ALL referral hospitals including Sekouture in Mwanza will soon be supplied with medical supplies and equipment including X-Ray machines and CT-Scans, Members of Parliament (MPs) were assured here.

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CHALLENGES facing cancer patients at the Ocean Road Cancer Institute in accessing medicines will soon be made things of the past as the government is working round the clock to address them.

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UPGRADING of the 452-kilometre Musoma roundabout-Nata-Mugumu-Loliondo-Mto wa Mbu road to tarmac level will be carried out when the government gets funds, the House was told.

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THROUGH ages doctors have attempted to correct the abnormal arrangement of the cleft lip and palatal tissues to achieve a normal appearance. The earliest documented history of cleft lip is based on a combination of religion, superstition, invention and charlatanism.

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ASIAN diplomats and scholars have called for an end to terrorism and the use of force in order to curb ongoing global conflicts. The call was made recently during the trilateral conference on public diplomacy by China, Japan and Korea.

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LAST week a gathering of Maasai elders, also known as Laigwanans, in Monduli District, brought to light something that many Tanzanians are afraid to talk about: “Religions have lost appeal and currently losing ground as well, ’’ according to the Maasai.

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EXCITEMENT, suspense and hopes that excited at the peak of this season are all gone following match-day 26 results that blew out of race two of the three frontrunners.

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There is an adage that goes “We do not fear the unknown, but we fear what we think we know about the unknown”. This is the situation that has been prevalent recently in Tanzania.

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REDUCTION of Pay As You Earn (PAYE) tax rate from 11 to nine per cent seems to have thrilled workers, especially those in the low earning bracket.

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THE move by the government last week of banning local councils from hiring private companies to collect revenues on their behalf, is commendable. The move is commendable since the practice that had protruded in the last five to ten years turned out to be a loophole of financial losses for most cities, municipals and town councils.

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