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THE Minister for Home Affairs, Mr Mwigulu Nchemba, said yesterday that the government would arrest and take to court any person found campaigning for, or supporting homosexuality.

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AS Tanzanians join the rest of the world in celebrating Eid al-Fitr today, Tanzania’s Chief Sheikh, Mufti Abubakar Zubeir has urged parents and guardians to teach their children good ethics so that they, in turn, grow up to become good citizens.

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THE UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative, Mr Alvaro Rodriguez, has pledged the institution’s continuous support to Zanzibar’s environment, economic empowerment, and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)’ initiatives.

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  • Congolese numbers go down by half

US President Donald Trump has issued an “Executive Order’’ cutting by more than half the number of Congolese refugees from Tanzanian camps, seeking resettlement into United States this year, at a time when refugees who have spent more than 20 years in the Tanzanian camps are desperate for resettlement.

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OFFICIALS in Tarime District have confirmed that North Mara Gold Mine, currently known as Acacia Mine, will start paying compensation to people who have been demanding ‘payments’ from it any time from now.

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TANZANIA has expressed its commitment to work with other East African Community (EAC) member states to safe guard the Lake Victoria Basin whose prosperity is highly threatened, rapid population being one of the major factors.

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TWO prominent law professors, Gamaliel Mgongo Fimbo and Chris Maina Peter, are at one on the unconstitutionality of a provision granting powers on the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) to deny bail to accused persons in criminal proceedings.

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A MERE 19,000/- has landed three gangsters from Iramba district in Singida Region -- Mohamed Shango, Hassan Juma and Seif Jumanne -- into jail for 30 years. The trio had attempted to appeal against both conviction and sentence imposed on them by the District Court of Iramba at Kiomboi.

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A Christian religious entity is organizing a seven-day prayer congress focused on President John Magufuli’s good health and success in his leadership, for Tanzania’s prosperity. Bishop Joseph Molla of Joyful Church Tanzania announced here that the event would be held at Shia Majengo in Moshi Municipality.

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RURAL electrification Phase III that was recently launched by Deputy Minister for Energy and Minerals, Dr Medard Kalemani under Rural Electrification Agency (REA) is set to cover 7,873 villages out of 12,268 in the country which are still without power.

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MEMBERS of the society have been urged to support orphans by offering them different items like food, clothes and educational equipment during and after Idd-elFitr celebrations.

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DESPITE the high turn-up of people, especially in villages, to register with the national Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS), the legal documents are turning useless to owners.

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THE Director of a local company offering pilgrimage services known as Travel House Global, Sojan Varghese, appeared before a Dar es Salaam court last Friday facing five counts of unlawfully obtaining 88,012 US dollars (197m/-) from 119 Christian pilgrims intending to travel to and from Italy.

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  • Govt to enact new births, deaths and divorce registration law

THE problem of people failing to acquire birth certificates in the country will soon become a thing of the past, as the government is in the final stages of enacting a new legislation that will administer matters related to registration of births, deaths and divorces.

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THE private sector should support government efforts in improving business environment by not concealing the problem of red tape and corruption, VicePresident Samia Suluhu Hassan has said.

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THE order by President John Magufuli that prohibits schoolgirls to rejoin public schools after giving birth seem to have stirred a honet’s nest, with the social media being abuzz with heated debates on whether it is right or not.

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KOREA International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) in collaboration with Hands on Science Organization Tanzania (HSOT), Tanzania Rural Health Movement and the Mwanza Regional Library is implementing vocational education project to 130 street children in Mwanza City.

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T HE National Task Force on Anti-Poaching under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, has expressed its commitment to make landmark progress in reducing decimation of wildlife.

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NMB Bank in collaboration with Bakhresa Group of Companies has planned special celebrations of Eid-el-Fitr with a variety of activities and performance to entertain children in Dar es Salaam.

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TANZANIA Bureau of Statistics (TBS) has embarked on a programme to raise awareness on standards of goods and services to students in higher learning institutions, a move that aims at enabling the group to extend the knowledge to members of the public.

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PLANS are underway to start a special diploma course in journalism at the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM), to enable unqualified journalists upgrade their professional credentials.

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THE government and Canadian based organisation-Nutritional International has launched a 4.8bn/- ‘Right Start’ project aiming to improve health of pregnant women and reducing stunting among children in Simiyu and Mwanza regions.

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  • JPM orders repossession of undeveloped privatised industries

PRESIDENT John Magufuli has expressed anger towards individuals who rushed to purchase industries and other parastatal firms, promising to develop them but ended up abandoning them.

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THE Isles government has decided to revoke title deeds for land left undeveloped for a long period, Second VicePresident, Ambassador Seif Ali Iddi announced here yesterday.

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THE government has finished drafting Open Data Policy that aims at promoting transparency, accountability and integrity in public service, the Minister of State in President’s Office - Public Service and Good Governance, Ms Anjellah Kairuki, has said.

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THE Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) Principal Legal Officer, Baptister Bitaho (54), has been sentenced to five years imprisonment or pay a fine of 13.9m/- for eight counts, including making false statement and engaging into occupation without a valid working permit.

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WITH Eid-el-Fitr around the corner, Dar es Salaam Special Police Zone has assured city residents of peaceful festive celebrations as it has heightened security during the festive season.

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LOCAL participants at the 41th International Trade Fair have been advised to use the occasion to learn from the international exhibitors and use it as a platform to improve the quality of their products.

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THE Tanzania Association of Freight Forwarders (TAFFA) will for the first time ever host a four-day Global Logistics Summit (GLS –Tanzania 2017) in Dar es Salaam this August.

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ZANZIBAR government plans to amend some of its laws to strengthen the fight against gender-based violence (GBV) in the Isles, the House of Representatives has been told.

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DAR ES SALAAM districts have been advised to take advantage of the introduction of Postcode system in the country to facilitate economic growth of the region, as well as to strengthen security of its residents and country in general.

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Serengeti Breweries Limited (SBL) yesterday inaugurated a water project worth 68m/- at Chang’ombe ‘B’, Temeke in Dar es Salaam in a bid to bring safe and clean water closer to the people.

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JUST a few days after the government abolished road licences, it has emerged that some unscrupulous people issue fake insurance licences.

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