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MANY police stations in the country today look like parking yards or garages for wrecked motorbikes that have suffered deadly accidents on the hands of reckless riders.

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MAJORITY Tanzanians may be unaware that the World Bank’s loans, which have stimulated economic growth and reduced poverty in many parts of the world, Africa and Tanzania inclusive, have to be repaid.

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THERE is a community of people, mostly men, dominating bus stages in almost all major cities and towns in the country.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli’s offer to give our neighbours in Kenya a batch of 500 doctors to plug a gap left by striking medics in that country – who have since agreed to return – couldn’t have come at a better time.

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TANZANIA is undoubtedly a haven of peace in a region where some countries are rocked by pockets of violence and political disturbances.

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SURELY, if you have ever lost a relative, friend or neighbour to the illegal drugs like marijuana, heroin and cocaine, you will realise that the government has a genuine cause to fiercely wage the war against drug abuse.

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AUSTRALIA is set to ban unvaccinated children from nursery preschool and childcare centres.

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BANK of Tanzania (BoT) Governor, Professor Benno Ndulu, met chief executives of banks and financial institutions in Dar es Salaam last Friday and asked them to consider cutting lending rates to make loans more affordable.

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THE ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) National Executive Committee (NEC) last week seized the hour – when least expected – and expelled a total of 12 members including its long serving and prominent cadres, Sophia Simba and RamadhaniMadabida.

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THE British government has praised Tanzania for making remarkable progress in addressing gender inequality, particularly in tackling Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in the country.

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GOOD results are much needed this weekend when Tanzanian envoys, Young Africans and Azam host teams from Zambia and Swaziland in Dar es Salaam.

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TANZANIA yesterday joined women and men of good will to mark the International Women’s Day (IWD) with a rather categorical statement that our womenfolk still face structural ‘barriers’ to their full participation in the country’s development effort.

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WHEN President John Magufuli visited a water project in Lindi Region recently, he was incensed by what he saw. The 29bn/- project was seemingly stalled.

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WHEN President John Magufuli visited a water project in Lindi Region recently, he was incensed by what he saw. The 29bn/- project was seemingly stalled.

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IN many of our communities, marrying off a girl is as easy as counting the head of cattle a prospective suitor is willig to pay; beyond that, nothing else seems to matter. The parents are happy, as are all the relatives from both sides.

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BANKS and financial institutions play a pivotal role in the growth and development of any economy.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has said that the government security apparatus will leave no stone unturned in its quest to unearth the notorious criminals who disrupt peace from time to time attacking citizens, killing some, maiming others and stealing property.

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CAMPAIGN to excel and win medals in Tokyo, the venue of Olympic Games in 2020, has continued to sweep across the country.

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THERE’S no mistaking that the government ban on sachet-packed liquors known as “Viroba’ is all for the public good. So it must be sustained and stay on course because so much is at stake.

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IT CAME to light early this week that a woman of Indian nationality has been arraigned over possession of prohibited fishing gear valued at 426m/-.

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Women on Environmental preservation

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DESTRUCTION of the environment affects us all, but we still are not acting as quickly as we should to address its causes.

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TAKE a walk in our beautiful cities and countrywide and you will see fellow Tanzanians eating fresh foodstuffs grown and harvested locally to the point of one missing to also become a farmer to produce one’s food instead of buying.

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AFTER a brief lull gun-toting criminals are out of their lair again and are brandishing deadly weapons, shooting and killing hapless, innocent citizens.

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LAST Sunday, Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa demanded an apology from managers of the Minjingu Mines and Fertilizers Limited for labeling its products as ‘foreign’ manufactured; by extension, such claims amount to saying they ‘imported’ it from a foreign land.

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LESS than one third of girls who join secondary school don’t for most of them fall victims to widespread sexual harassment by teachers, a new study has revealed.

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TANZANIANS would benefit immensely, if they exploited fully, the wisdom inherent in the Kiswahili saying ‘majuto mjukuu’.

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ONCE again, no Tanzanian referee was selected to officiate the African Cup of Nations finals last month in Gabon, despite the presence of a good number of them with International Federation of Association Football ( FIFA) badges.

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CHILD marriage remains a global problem affecting 15 million girls, annually.

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SCIENTISTS tell us that the making of today’s huge deserts or desertification as they call the process, started small; small dots of parched land that joined together to form bigger spots.

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DAR ES SALAAM, the country’s commercial capital and leading financial centre, naturally attracts much attention from both local and foreign investors.

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THE National Assembly has been told that the government is working on a draft legislation which, if approved, will allow pregnant schoolgirls to remain in classrooms.

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IT has come to light that the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam has placed under strict police supervision 13 suspects who are alleged to be involved in narcotic drugs.

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CONSTRUCTION of the first 300-kilometre stretch of the standard gauge railway between Dar es Salaam and Morogoro begins from next month to mark the beginning of one of the major infrastructure projects under the second Five-Year Development Plan (2016/17- 2020/21).

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