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BEING a copycat, or lack of originality, is one of the most embarrassing trends that should be avoided from individual to national levels.

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TRAFFIC jams continue to remain a major problem in most cities around the world, especially in developing regions, resulting in massive delays, increased fuel wastage and monetary losses.

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IT has been reported that the Minister for Livestock and Fisheries, Luhaga Mpina, has impounded 65.6 tonnes of fish worth 300m/-. The fish, it has been alleged, were illegally caught in Lake Victoria just off Rubili Island in Muleba District.

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THE 2018 round of the Mapinduzi Cup football tournament continues to rage on at Amaan Stadium in Zanzibar, once again pitting football giants from Tanzania Mainland, Uganda and Zanzibar.

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NKASI District has set an astonishing example by building 600 primary and secondary school classrooms in a single year. District authorities say they enlisted the help of residents and political party functionaries from both sides of the political divide.

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PARENTS have the sole responsibility on raising their children so that they become good citizens. That is why the community should get rid of outdated cultures which endanger the lives of children, especially disabled children and children who live in difficult environments.

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TANZANIA will soon become one of the main poultry producers in East and Central Africa following news that large breeding estates are set to be established in Kilimanjaro and hatching factories built in Coast Region.

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FOOTBALL fraternity in Tanzania is keen to see changes in the country’s national teams after Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) signed a kit sponsorship deal worth over 1bn/-with Italian firm, Macron.

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THE longstanding land dispute between Mkungunero Game Reserve authorities and Kimotorok villagers is still simmering.

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IT is on record that Tanzania has drawn comprehensive plans for better future management of the current unprecedented levels of urban population growth in a quest to ensure greater productivity, higher efficiency and control of open spaces.

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IT has come to light that some academics have urged the government to resume exports of biodiversity species, especially butterflies. The venture, they say will help preserve natural forests and shunt in foreign currency simultaneously.

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THE Christmas festival is here. The Christian fraternity is in a festive mood. December 25 was the day Jesus Christ was born in a town called Nazareth about 2,000 years ago.

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TANZANIA Football Federation (TFF) was among the 54 national associations that attended the historical Professional Football Conference in Egyptian capital, Cairo on December 19 and 20. The Conference was organised by FIFA in collaboration with Confederation of African Football Federation (CAF).

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A REPORT made public recently by the Tanzania wildlife Research Institute shows that elephant poaching has dropped significantly. This is a wonderful development to say the least.

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THEY say that if you notice that your neighbours are making steady progress towards development, then you should take that as a sign that you are supposed to run while others walk.

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IT has come to light that some municipalities in the country have not paid producers of a mosquito larvae killing chemical a total of 2bn/-. The municipalities received their consignments of the chemical but have remained silent on payment.

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IT is apparent that some so-called modern-day youths dare to challenge the reasoning of their parents and other elders in society. And there are those who talk down on elders. Some refuse errands.

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TANZANIA Mainland Football team, Kilimanjaro Stars failed to reach the semifinal stage of this year’s Senior Challenge Cup in Machakos, after finishing at the bottom of the table with just a single point.

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THE women’s association of miners (Tawoma) has implored the government to seek an alternative, friendly and affordable technology that will replace the use of mercury in mining for gold. The use of mercury has already been banned in some countries.

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TOBACCO growers in the country have been advised to opt for alternative cash crops such as cotton, sunflower, groundnuts, sesame, tea, coffee and even sisal because the cigarette production facilitation crop poses serious health risks to farmers and consumers.

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KARATU District Commissioner Theresia Mahongo has vowed to use any legal means possible to eliminate child marriages in her district citing dangerous underage pregnancies, lost opportunities for education and other disadvantages that confront victims.

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TOURISM contributes about a quarter of Tanzania’s foreign exchange revenue and supports about half a million jobs directly, along with many more indirectly.

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TOMORROW, we celebrate our 56th birthday as an independent nation, somewhat comforted by the fact that we have made strides in international sporting competitions.

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MEDICINAL drugs form an important part of human existence as they go a long way not only in restoring health in sick people but also to prevent them inform of immunization.

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IT is debatable whether modern civilization, propelled by consistent rural- urban migration, has contributed significantly to the erosion of human values that were in the fairly distant past a matter of course, rather than something that entailed forceful enforcement.

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LAST week, Economists launched a book ‘Lifting the Veil of Secrecy’, the perspective on international taxation and capital flight from Africa.

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THERE is a need for all forest product factories in the country to meet the requisite international standard quality if they are to win any lucrative markets at home and abroad for their products.

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UNION netball league currently taking place at the Gymkhana Club courts in Zanzibar, is struggling to appeal to fans as it used to be in the past. For the past few years, the sport lost its appeal due to various factors, chief among them is poor leadership and lack of financial support.

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RESIDUAL malaria remains a critical health threat in Tanzania and elsewhere, mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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IT transpired early this week that two villagers in Rukwa Region have been found guilty of armed robbery and that a collective sentence of 60 years in jail has been imposed on them.

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It has come to light that some local officials in Mara Region have been issuing Tanzanian citizenship identity cards to foreigners who do not deserve to have them.

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IGNORANCE, hunger and disease may liberally be described as constituents of ‘the trinity of terror’, with which many people are familiar, stretching backwards to when Tanganyika – subsequently Tanzania – gained political independence on December 9, 1961.

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PREPARATIONS for the bounced back Senior Challenge Cup have begun in all East African countries, including Tanzania Mainland.

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