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Reporter AFRICAN broadband is booming; the number of connections has passed the 200 million mark and should grow by an average of nearly 20 per cent over the next five years.

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AS new businesses are created and developed, and oil-based economies work to diversify in the face of low oil prices, evidence shows that business-to-business (B2B) opportunities throughout Africa will thrive.

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THE China Alumni Association of Tanzania (CAAT) was established in 2016 with the objective to foster friendly relations between Tanzania and China and provide a forum to promote professional development and socio-economic endeavours of professionals who studied, graduated and lived in China. CAAT chairperson, Dr Liggy Vumilia shared some insights of the CAAT in this exclusive interview he hosted with the ‘Sunday News.’ Excerpts…

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THE Chinese nation will accelerate the opening up of its banking sector to foreign investors and consider steps to increase the upper limit of shareholding in Chinese financial institutions by foreign banks.

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CHINESE President Xi Jinping has announced that his administration will inject significant resources to the One Belt One Road Initiative in his second term in office.

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  • World Education Inc comes with interventions in Mara and Karatu
  • Traditional and religious ready to cooperate for girls’ education

IN a bid to encourage and improve education for girls, various strategies have been applied by the government, non-governmental organization and international organisations.

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A MINISTER of State in the President’s Office (Public Service Management and Good Governance), Mr George Mkuchika, has said that the state has uncovered about 40,000 employees whose declarations on age are questionable.

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DAWASCO technicians at work.

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TODAY, 54 per cent of the world’s population or 3.9 billion people live in urban centres, and projections suggest the figure will keep increasing until at least 2050.

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TANZANIA and China have a historical relationship that started many decades ago. The two countries have continued to work together in both political and social economic aspects.

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FOR several days in June this year, the township of Nyahururu of Kenya was besieged by a large group of demonstrators who came into streets in protest of attacks by hippos.

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THE visit of Dr Augustine Mahiga, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation of the United Republic of Tanzania to Tehran is very important in several areas and has a great impact.

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MORE than 60 million people in China have been lifted out of poverty in the past five years since the President Xi Jinping assumed office in 2012 and during the same period, an average of over 13 million urban jobs were created annually.

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CHINESE President Xi Jinping has said that his country’s Gross Domestic Product has grown by more than a whopping four trillion US dollars in the past five years.

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THE Communist Party of China (CPC) has unveiled the “Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era” as the latest step on the journey to building a “great modern socialist country”.

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AS millions of young girls struggle to have access to sanitary towels and keep hygienic, some have opted to stay away from school during the ‘menstrual cycles’ because they can’t afford them or because they feel embarrassed with the reality that they ought to accept as part of nature.

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IT is early Monday morning, when most children are busy preparing to go to school. While some are upbeat over the new schooling week, and are hurriedly preparing for school, others are being lackadaisical; they are doing things slowly as they are angry that their sleep has been cut short by parents who had to wake them up early so that they do not become late for school.

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HASSAN Tinkabimanyire (72) from Biirabo village, in Muleba District is among 141 patients who were diagnosed with prostate cancer at the Bukoba Regional Referral hospital.

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THIS year’s Stone Town Food Festival has just ended amid repeated appeal for culture and local foods in relation to the tourism industry around the globe. Organisers say the festival was a success and the turnout was impressive.

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BUTIAMA, the ancestral home of the Father of the Nation, Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere, where his tomb now lies, is located in Butiama District, off Musoma /Mwanza highway, in Mara Region.

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IN his political carrier, Tanzania’s founding father Mwalimu Julius Nyerere is best known as former political party leader, former prime minister and the first president.

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MWALIMU Julius Kambarage Nyerere was a crusader for peace, justice and unity. As Tanzania, Africa and the world at large, celebrate 18 years he was promoted to glory, it is good to review some of the issues that he stood for.

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LAST week environmentalists around the country were shocked by report from some villages around Ruaha national which indicates occurrence of about 50 deaths of vultures due to poisoning by unknown people for unknown reasons.

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FORMER Tanzanian President Mwalimu Julius Nyerere stood firm and championed tourism development. He committed himself to develop tourism and ensure that Tanzania becomes the best African safari destination.

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MOROCCO’S King Mohamed VI and Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo during his Ghana visit to strengthen his country’s ties with the rest of Africa.

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AFRICA, as the continent of hope endowed with immense natural resources, is rapidly undergoing change as the regional economic groupings are set to stimulate the economies of member states.

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WHEN people told Suma Mwambene that she couldn’t make a living by taking a little loan, she simply didn’t listen to them. Instead she stayed focused, thanks to the trainings on entrepreneur skills, gender and other risk behaviors she received from SAUTI, KIWOHEDE and other NGOs that are committed to support vulnerable adolescent girls and young women (vAGYW) to live better lives.

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THIS has been ‘The Mwalimu Julius Nyerere week’. As the nation is set to commemorate the 18th anniversary since Mwalimu Julius Nyerere departed on October 14, 1999, a lot have been discussed about him in his legacy.

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SHE looks humble, charm and confident. She speaks with a purpose, talks less and listens more. Her smiling face is full of hope and aspirations to accomplish a successful mission. We are talking about a 24 -year-old Eva Ngalaba, a resident of Kyela District in Mbeya region.

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VOTERS queue to cast ballots at a polling centre.

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FOR one to qualify to vote, he or she should register in the permanent voters’ registry, and according to the laws, it is necessary that political parties are represented in the registration process, the current laws have not given room to have polling stations in embassies or prisons.

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The way to decorate in the Festival.

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MID-AUTUMN Festival is a harvest festival, celebrated in most East Asian countries, such as China and Vietnam. The festival takes places on month 8 day 15 of the Chinese calendar.

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Minister of State in the Vice-President’s Office (Union and Environment), January Makamba in one of his campaigns for tree planting to conserve the environment.

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CAPACITY building is not a new phenomenon especially for an institution seeking to attain international standards in its operations. It’s even an inevitable ingredient for the national environmental council.

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EVER since Mr Jumanne Ngoma stumbled upon shimmering blue crystals in the shadows of Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro, tanzanite has become one of the world’s most sought-after gemstones.

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A HERD of zebra drinking water

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LAST week we saw how antelopes such as topi and wildebeest are using different chemical to give names to their calves, we also saw that antelopes migrated from Europe to Asia and African savannah about three million years ago when the grassland was expanding due to weather changes in the world.

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SCHOOL children pray before eating donated food.

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A RECENT report has painted a gloomy picture involving the dangers that stalk women and children in Zanzibar. We are told that sexual predators are on the loose and that women and children are not safe.

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