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Late Botswana former President, Ketumile Masire

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Former President Benjamin Mkapa yesterday delivered a message of condolence to Botswana President Ian Khama following the death of the country’s former President Sir Ketumile Masire.

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On the right side: TANTRADE acting Director General, Mr Edwin Rutageruka

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THE Tanzania Trade Development Authority (TANTRADE) has predicted stiff competitions among exhibitors during this year’s 41st Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair (DITF), saying all of them are determined to win the local and foreign markets for their products and services.

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HANANG District Council has been issued with a statement that suggests the information it provided in regard to its accounts was limited in scope as a way of concealing some ‘misused’ public funds.

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IN a bid to help achieve the government’s agenda on industrialisation, journalists should educate Tanzanians, especially farmers, on the importance of using modern agricultural technology.

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THE Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE) in collaboration with the Eastern and Southern Africa Management Institute (ESAMI), is set to provide training to female employees on managerial skills using its own experts, following a successful implementation of its first programme.

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THE private sector has been cited as a major driving force in developing economies and a key partner in the type of work being done on tackling the most pressing development challenges.

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NATURAL Resources and Tourism Minister, Professor Jumanne Maghembe, yesterday ordered special operation to confiscate all poaching weapons to keep the country’s wildlife safe.

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SEVEN Zanzibari fishermen who on Monday went missing in the Indian Ocean were yesterday found alive in Mombasa, Kenya.

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IT’S Kibiti again! The nation woke up yesterday to infuriating news of people whose identities and motives remain veiled gunned down two local leaders, bringing the death toll in Coast Region to over 40.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli and visiting Ethiopian Minister for Water and Irrigation Seleshi Bekele shake hands shortly after having a group photo with Ethiopian dam experts at the State House in Dar es Salaam, yesterday. The delegation is in the country to help in the execution of the 2,100MW Stiegler’s Gorge Hydroelectric project. (Photo by State House)

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday dismissed as groundless criticisms against the eagerly awaited Stiegler’s Gorge Hydropower project, saying the mega scheme will cover only three per cent of Selous Game Reserve.

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THE ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) and other political parties have been challenged to ensure they nominate competent and credible candidates for the post of president in order to sustain current performance displayed by President John Magufuli.

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NINETY-five per cent of Dar es Salaam residents will have access to potable water by 2020, a senior official of the Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Authority (DAWASA) has said.

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John left Longido Secondary School in the middle of Form 3. He is from a traditional Maasai family. His father has four wives and a total of 30 children. (Project TEMBO)

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A number of children in parts of Longido District are reported to be fleeing the country, escaping into Kenya where they get to work as herdsmen or watchmen in an infamous bid to avoid classes.

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TANZANIA Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) has finally completed a feasibility study for the construction of natural gas supply infrastructure in Dar es Salaam, Lindi and Mtwara regions.

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AT least 9.5bn/- has been spent on the renovation of roads in Zanzibar, thanks to Market Infrastructure, Value Addition And Rural Finance (MIVARF).

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THE government is not planning to bring back dinosaur fossils from Germany because the country lacks the capacity and technology required to preserve and display the remains for tourism purposes, the Deputy Minister for Tourism and Natural Resources, Eng Ramo Makani, told the National Assembly yesterday.

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CHAMA cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (CHADEMA) legislator, Ms Conchesta Rwamlaza, has been suspended from attending three parliamentary meetings after she was found guilty of telling lies.

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A small-scale miner working at Mirerani quarries in Simanjiro District, Manyara Region has been set ablaze but managed to escape death by whiskers even though he is still in critical condition.

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NOT so long ago Zanzibar was regarded as a symbol of civilisation, morality and righteousness. Unfortunately, the spice islands as the Isles are often referred to as, have taken a different path.

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THE government must throw its weight behind efforts to devise means aimed at preventing corruption, a strategy that’s critical to winning the war against the vice, World Bank Country Director Bella Bird has said.

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POLICE in the country, as of yesterday -- the second day of Eid celebrations – confirmed recording eight deaths and nine people missing in Zanzibar, Dar es Salaam and Kagera regions.

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Group photo of Merck More than a Mother campaign partners

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A JOURNALIST award dubbed ‘Merck More Than a Mother Media Recognition Awards’ has been launched in East Africa to award scribes and media students.

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A PROMISE by the Ethiopian Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn, to bring a team of dam experts to help in the implementation of Stiegler’s Gorge hydroelectric project envisaged to pump into the national grid 2,100 megawatts, officially materialises today when the team jets into the country.

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FORMER Prime Minister, Edward Lowasa was yesterday grilled by the police for almost four hours for alleged inflammatory remarks which he uttered during Iftar, last week.

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THE government has said that it has no ill-feelings over the stance taken by the US government, to slash down the number of Congolese refugees from Tanzanian camps seeking resettlement into United States, saying it will continue providing essential services to those currently being sheltered in the country.

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PRESIDENT Ali Mohamed Shein will, next Thursday, award medals to 52 people in recognition of their great role in the struggle for the Isles’ independence, economic development, and promoting unity, peace and stability.

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A DAY after the state banned food exports, police in Kilimanjaro Region have swiftly responded to the order by embarking on thorough inspection at all border posts to neighbouring Kenya, Regional Police Commander (RPC) Hamis Seleman said yesterday.

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THE government has vowed to take strong punitive measures against doctors who don’t discharge their duties efficiently and treat patients inhumanely.

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PARLIAMENT sessions resume today in Dodoma after a long weekend and highlighted with celebrations to mark Eid el-fitr festivities.

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THE dumping of newborn babies in dump yards, roadsides and public service centres like bus stations, is becoming common in Zanzibar Island, the Minister responsible for children’s affairs, Ms Maudline Cyrus Castico, has said.

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BEGINNING next week, permits for Investors will be processed within three days, a move that has been welcomed enthusiastically, as it will reduce red tape and promote business.

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PRIME Minister delivers the government’s message at the Eid baraza at Masjid Riadha mosque in Moshi, Kilimanjaro Region, yesterday. (Photo by PMO)

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has called upon Tanzanians to take part in safeguarding the country’s resources, as well as maintaining peace and tranquility, as he slapped an immediate ban on food exports.

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TANZANIA’S topmost Islamic cleric, Mufti Abubakar Zubeir, has emphatically distanced the religious fraternity from acts of violence within and outside the country, urging people of different creeds to join hands in building a peaceful and prosperous nation.

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