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A SCHOOL teacher at Mtenga Secondary School in Nkasi District, Rukwa region, Leonard Mwipugi (29), has committed suicide by slitting his own throat using a double edged knife. while watching himself on huge mirror set in his bedroom.

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STATE Mining Corporation (STAMICO) yesterday received an air rotary drill rig machine for assisting small scale miners to get geological information and exploration in their areas at a low cost.

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THE Eighth High-Level Meeting of the Regional Oversight Mechanism of the Peace, Security and Cooperation Framework for the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has recommended strengthening of MONUSCO Force Intervention Brigade.

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THE State has auctioned 1,115 head of cattle seized for entering the country in contravention to the laws of the land.

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Minister orders State-run railway authorities. . .

WORKS, Transport and Communication Minister, Prof Makame Mbarawa has ordered State-run railway authorities to keep an eye, twenty four hours, at the construction of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) to ensure the project is executed speedily.

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THE number of internally displaced people has escalated to 382 in the East African region, with South Sudan leading with 281,000 victims, Kenya 40,000, Tanzania 38,000 and Uganda 23,000.

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REGIONAL Traffic Police Officers have been reminded to enforce Road Traffic Laws and regulations efficiently and demonstrate high professional standards in order to curb persistent road accidents.

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THE CCM Youth Wing (UVCCM) has hailed President John Magufuli for setting a precedent to protect the country’s natural resources after a resolution which will see the state share profits with Barrick Gold Mine.

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LOCAL feminists in the agricultural sector are pushing for increased investment on small scale agriculture with more focus on women, a group which makes large part of people in the sector.

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President John Magufuli has nominated former Chama Cha Mapinduzi’s Women Wing (UWT) chairperson in Dar es Salaam region, Janeth Masaburi as a Member of Parliament.

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THE Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children has suspended operations of Community Health Education Services and Advocacy (CHESA) to pave the way for investigations on allegations of the institution’s involvement in homo sexual marriages.

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TBS Director General, Prof. Egid Mubofu

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TANZANIA Bureau of Standards (TBS) has marked the World Standards Day by awarding certificates to students who won in the essay writing competition as a move towards promoting standards in the country.

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ECONOMISTS and analysts have commended the government for entering a beneficial mining deal with Barrick, expressing satisfaction on the competence of Tanzania’s negotiating team.

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FOUR girls have emerged among the top 10 performers in this year’s Standard Seven National Examinations. The National Examination Council of Tanzania (Necta) revealed that Hadija Ally of Sir John Primary School emerged on top of the pack while the national examination body announced an increase of 2.4 per cent in pass rate.

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PEDESTRIANS and motorcyclists continue to be over-represented in road traffic fatalities despite an overall decrease in the number of road deaths and accidents during the first nine months of 2017.

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FINNISH Ambassador to Tanzania, Mr Pekka Hukka, yesterday encouraged the government to engage foreign investors in negotiations over investment on natural resources, particularly minerals.

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CHAIRPERSON of Tanzania’s negotiating team that has been holding talks with Barrick Gold Corp, Prof Palamagamba Kabudi has said Tanzania actually benefits by 70-30 in the deal and not 50-50.

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CHIEF Executive Officer of the Institute of Directors in Tanzania (IoDT), Mr Said Kambi stresses a point during a panel discussion on the importance of investing on cyber security during Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) workshop to mark cyber security day in Dar es Salaam yesterday. The event was organised by ISACA Tanzania Chapter. Others in the panel are Tanzania Standard (Newspapers) Limited (TSN) Managing Editor, Dr Jim Yonazi(left) and Mr Josephat Mkizungo from the office of the Attorney General. (Photo by Iddy Mwema)

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WITH electronic devices making up an important component of our everyday lives, community members have been urged to learn simple security precautions to protect their personal information.

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THE government has allocated 13.8bn /- for rehabilitation of regional and trunk roads spanning to 905.93km and 79 bridges in Rukwa Region during the financial year 2017/18.

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A CONSERVATIONIST from Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS) Mr Masegeri Tumbuya who is also the leader of Serengeti Ecosystem Management

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FOR the first time key conservation stakeholders of the Serengeti-ecosystem have met in a crucial conference to discuss how best they can continue embracing conservation philosophies of the Father of the Nation Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere.

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FORMER Secretary-General of the Alliance for Change and Transparency (ACT Tanzania), Mr Samson Mwigamba and nine senior party members have defected to the ruling party Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM), while commending President John Magufuli for protecting natural resources.

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AFTER successful negotiations between the government and Barrick Gold on sharing of revenues in the mining of gold, President John Magufuli has called for similar discussions in the mining of tanzanite and diamond, in order to create a win win situation.

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The State, Barrick Gold to share profits on a 50-50 basis

THE government and Barrick Gold Mine Corporation have finally buried the hatchet with a resolution to share profits accrued from the mine on a 50-50 ratio and grant the State a 16 per cent stake in its gold mines.

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Ambassador Innocent Shiyo

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AS the International Conference on Great Lakes Region calls for strengthened operations against negative forces, the DR Congo is calling for countries hosting Burundian refugees to facilitate their return due to improved security back home.

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Energy minister Dr Medard Kalemani

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THE government has demanded quarterly business performance reports from the PUMA Energy Tanzania and Tanzania International Petroleum Reserves Limited (TIPER), to enable it verify actual dividend and taxes the companies are supposed to pay.

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THE government has expressed commitment to reduce serious shortage of nurses and other personnel in the health sector, besides implementing an agenda on better health for all.

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Former opposition political party ACT-Wazalendo Secretary-General, Samson Mwigamba has defected to the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) saying some opposition leaders are against the government’s move to bring development.

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Bahi District Commissioner (DC), Ms Elizabeth Kitundu

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SOME 600 students in Bahi district have dropped out of public schools within the past four years due to various reasons including pregnancies.

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National Electoral Commission (NEC) director Ramadhani Kailima

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THE National Electoral Commission (NEC) has directed returning officers who are scheduled to supervise the forthcoming Byelections to abide by ethics guiding such polls.

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HESLB’s Executive Director Abdul-Razaq Badru

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HIGHER Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB) has released first batch of 10,196 successful loan applicants for first year undergraduate courses, set to begin late this month.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli in a souvenir photo with the visiting Minister for Oil and Gas in the Sultanate of Oman, Dr Mohammed bin Hamad Al Rumhi (fourth left) and members of his delegation, shortly after their talks at the State House in Dar es Salaam, yesterday. Fourth right is the Minister for Energy, Dr Medard Kalemani and other government officials. (Photo by State House)

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THE Sultan of Oman, His Majesty Sayyid Qaboos bin Said Al Said, has assured President John Magufuli of the Sultanate support to Tanzania’s industrial investment drive, power generation and value addition in minerals to boost the economy.

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Deputy Minister for Finance and Planning, Dr Ashatu Kijaji

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THE government has settled debts amounting 190bn/- it owed suppliers, contractors and arrears of public servants between July and September, this year, after it carried out verification on the authenticity of the debts.

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Deputy Minister of Land, Housing and Human Settlement Development, Ms Angelina Mabula

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MOGITU villagers in Hanang District, have asked the government to give a ‘go-ahead’ to a prospective investor, Manyara Cement Factory, as they have allocated him enough land and are eager to get employment.

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