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MUHIMBILI National Hospital (MNH) patients will now have options to settle their medical bills, thanks to the newly introduced electronic payment system.

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SOUTHERN African Development Community (SADC), Executive Secretary, Dr Stergomena Tax, delivers her opening speech in Dar es Salaam, yesterday, before inviting Minister for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Dr Augustine Mahiga (second right) to address the 19th meeting of the Ministerial Committee of the Organ (MCO), a statutory meeting held annually to consider the status of implementation of SADC decisions and programmes of the Organ. Second left is Director of the SADC Organ, Mr Jorge Cardoso and Permanent Secretary at the ministry, Dr Aziz Mlima. (Photo by Mohamed Mambo)

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FOREIGN Affairs and East African Cooperation Minister Augustine Mahiga yesterday called for doubled efforts by all stakeholders to restore and maintain peace and political stability in the DR Congo.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli and visiting Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza wave to wananchi as they arrive at Ngara Old Post grounds in Kagera region to address a public rally, yesterday. (Photo by State House)

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday suspended temporarily the registration and naturalisation of Burundian refugees, urging the immigrants to return home.

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MALNUTRITION remains one of the serious health problems that affect vulnerable groups like infants, children and women of reproductive age, with reports showing that about 600,000 children under the age of five year died in the past ten years due to inadequate nutrition.

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THE Acting Dar es Salaam Special Zone Police Commander, Mr Lucas Mkondya has issued a seven-day ultimatum to all people who had already served jail terms over various crimes to report to Zonal Criminal Officer.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa yesterday condemned what he described as indiscipline and breach of protocol among public servants, threatening stern disciplinary measures against the culprits.

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A SECTION of Dodoma, the capital designate of Tanzania.

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DODOMA is set to become the country’s first Sustainable City come 2025 under Sustainable Dodoma Vision 2025. According to reliable sources, a sustainable city, or eco-city (also “ecocity”) is a city designed with consideration of environmental impact.

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EXPERTS here now reveal that the effect of climate change is taking its toll on natural water reserves with increased fluoride contamination in natural springs, rivers and underground water.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has issued a strong warning against individuals, including politicians bent on issuing utterances that are likely to bring about unrest in the country, including sparking diplomatic rows.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli is joined by the Minister for Works, Communication and Transport, Prof Makame Mbarawa (sixth left), government officials and Members of Parliament, in cutting a ribbon to officially open the 154km Biharamulo - Kagoma -Lusahunga road in Kagera Region, yesterday. (Photo by State House)

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  • Issues 14-day ultimatum for service stations to fit EFPPs

PRESIDENT John Magufuli has added weight to the ongoing Electrical Fiscal Petrol Printers(EFPPs) crackdown, issuing a 14-day ultimatum to owners of petrol stations countrywide to ensure that they fit their pumps with the gadgets or risk losing their businesses.

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VICE-PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan, displays African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) Tanzania programme at the launch of the Country Review Report (CRR) at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JNICC) in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Looking on (from left) is the APRM Chairman, Prof Hasa Mlawa, Vice-Chairperson Madam Madanla, APRM Board Member Ambassador Ombeni Sefue, and the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Dr Aziz Mlima. (Photo by Staff Photographer)

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THE government has promised to implement all the recommendations suggested in the Africa Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) Country Review Report (CRR) that was officially launched yesterday by the Vice President, Samia Suluhu Hassan.

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A LOCAL association for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) traders is smelling a rat in the recent decision by the government of Kenya to ban LPG imports from Tanzania, pointing an accusing finger at some influential Kenyan firms wanting to monopolise the business in that country.

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IN a bid to improve sanitation and hygiene in the region, Dodoma regional authorities intend to support toilet construction for about 60,000 households before the end of this year.

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YUSUF MANJI (41), a prominent businessman in the city charged with illegal possession of government stamps and bundles of fabric used for making military uniforms, among others, yesterday failed to show up at the Kisutu Resident Magistrate Court in Dar es Salaam on grounds that he was ill.

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HIGH Court Judge Upendo Msuya, who resigned from the post two months ago due to poor health, is dead. The Registrar of the High Court Ilvin Mgeta told the ‘Daily News’ that burial arrangements were being made by family members at her residence in Tegeta area on the outskirts of the city.

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ZANZIBAR’s Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Ibrahim Mzee has unveiled new measures to tackle child sexual abuse as part of efforts to address escalating gender based violence in the Islands.

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THE case in which Salum Njwete, alias Scorpion, is charged with brutally piercing Said Mrisho with a knife, continued at the Ilala District Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday, with the prosecution giving an account of how the crime was committed.

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POLICE in Temeke Municipality, Dar es Salaam Region, are holding 11 suspects accused of orchestrating various criminal activities including five people masquerading as middlemen for cargo transportation.

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ABOUT 30 Member States of the African Union, including Tanzania, have ratified the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Establishment of an African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights (AfCHPR).

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VICE President Samia Suluhu Hassan read the amount of money transferred to her mobile phone shortly after she launch TTCL Pesa, the mobile money service in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Looking on are the TTCL Board Chairman Omari Nundu (left) and the company Chief Executive Officer, Waziri Kindamba.(Photo by Fadhili Akida).

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THE Tanzania Telecommunication Company Limited (TTCL) has announced its intention to establish a plant to manufacture telephone and related gadgetry locally. The firm announced its plans at a function to launch its mobile cash services which will trade as TTCL PESA.

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THE government has expressed sadness over a move by the opposing Chadema which has appealed to the donor community to suspend financial support over what the latter calls ‘suppression of democracy’, saying the claims were not just malicious, but also deceptive and baseless.

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THE state-owned real estate developer, National Housing Corporation (NHC), is envisioning to develop the proposed $2.2 billion dollars (about 4.9trl/-) Kawe Satellite City into an eventful central business district, initially slated to operate for 20 hours a day.

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COMMISSIONER General of the Fire and Rescue Force, Thobias Andengenye has outlined his new plans to revamp his force during FY 2017/2018, which includes an allocation of 3bn/- for buying new fire fighters.

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THE South African High Commissioner, Thami Mseleku (first left) and the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) Acting Country Representative, Dr Hashina Begum (second left), together with local residents help in a clean-up exercise along the Salender Bridge beach front yesterday to mark Mandela Day. (Photo by Iddy Mwema)

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A group of people took part in a clean-up exercise along the Indian Ocean beach front close to Selander Bridge in Dar es Salaam yesterday, as part of Mandela Day commemoration.

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VICE-PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan yesterday led mourners to pay their last respects to the late Ms Linah Mwakyembe, wife of the Minister for Information, Sports and Culture, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe.

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AFRICAN Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) expects to launch its first Tanzanian based report at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre today. The event will be graced by VicePresident Samia Suluhu Hassan.

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FINALLY Grumeti Reserves has paid more than 1.3bn/- to Ikona Wildlife Management Area (WMA) after the two sides signed an agreement during a grand ceremony held here on Saturday.

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THE Manyara Special Seats Legislator, Ms Anna Gidarya has shrugged off reports that the opposition parties were against all that the government was doing, calling for the public to cooperate in development activities for their own benefits.

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SECONDARY school students across the country are being encouraged to register for the JATA-Majimaji Selebuka School Debate, set to be held for two days at Songea Municipal Council Hall in Ruvuma Region, from July 27.

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DESPITE scooping this year’s Sustainable Transport Award, Dar es Salaam Rapid Transport (DART) has admitted that limited number of feeder roads within the commercial city was holding back smooth operations of its fleet.

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THE Government says it is seeking new hunting companies to conduct business in 56 blocks totally valued at over 7.2bn/- in hunting fees annually, in the wake of previous ones opting out.

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POLICE in Dar es Salaam have arrested 257 suspected criminals, including three who confessed to being part of a network comprising Tanzanians and foreigners.

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CHINESE investments to Tanzania have soared in recent years, reaching 2.5 billion US dollars (about 5.6tri/) as of May 2017, ten times the 2011’s 282 million dollars (over 620bn/-).

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