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TPB Bank PLC in partnership with the Savings at the Frontier (SatF) programme, yesterday launched an innovative 1 million US dollar project to connect the bank with savings groups in Tanzania.

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THE ongoing construction of Chato International Airport in Geita Region is set to stimulate and promote tourism in the area and enhance the sector’s contribution towards economic growth.

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THE government has urged the Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Authority (DAWASA) and Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Corporation (DAWASCO) to work closely with other stakeholders in an effort to end water shortages in the region.

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TANZANIA’s efforts in increasing food security by having improved varieties of cassava have received a major boost of 35 million US dollars in new funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and UK aid from the United Kingdom.

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RESIDENTS of Siha and Kinondoni constituencies in Kilimanjaro and Dar es Salaam regions, respectively, are today expected to throng polling stations to elect their Members of Parliament (MPs).

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IN a move to continue tightening loopholes in the mining sector, Tanzania will soon start auctioning its diamond in the country, as plans are now underway to establish an auction centre, the government has said.

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THE government will in the next one week announce indicative prices for cotton - a move that is aimed at ensuring farmers in the country reap maximum profits from their hard work.

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COUNCILLORS in Buchosa have called for the removal of their Executive Director, Mr Cyprian Luanda, citing unsatisfactory performance.

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EVIDENCE is showing that partnerships with mobile network operators have great potential to scale financial services more efficiently.

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cyesterday directed Court Brokers and Process Servers to observe rules and laws and adhere to their ethical conducts when performing their duties of enforcing decrees and judgments given by courts at different levels.

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KABWE Secondary School Headmaster, Mr Jackson Mussa has attacked one of his teachers, Mr Emanuel Mbemba by slapping him repeatedly in front of their students.

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THE deputy Minister of Works, Transport and Communication, Engineer Atashasta Nditiye, has given a one-month ultimatum to Bandari College to take back its buildings that were given to the Tourism College.

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A CONSIGNMENT of about 70 buses worth over 40bn/- belonging to the famous Usafiri Dar es Salaam Rapid Transport (UDART) arrived yesterday from China, aiming to ease congestion in their areas of operation.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has ordered the arrest and arraigning of contractors and consulting engineers for three water projects in Buchosa District, over shoddy work that caused massive losses of public funds. The Premier gave the directive after receiving a report on the substandard implementation of the said projects for the past four years, which are not realising value for money invested.

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THE East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) said yesterday that it is contemplating tabling a Bill allowing a member State with surplus grains to export to a neighbouring country facing insecurity, but would move carefully and through consensus.

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POLITICAL commentators yesterday reacted to the resignation of South Africa’s embattled President Jacob Zuma, in less than three months after the same happened to immediate former President Robert Mugabe, saying the trend means citizens now exercise their power against leaders they deem errant.

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TANZANIA has won the Best Government Emerging Technologies Award at the climax of the world Government Summit Awards held in Dubai on Tuesday.

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SIEMENS, one of the world’s leading suppliers of systems for power generation and transmission, as well as producers of energy- efficient and resource-saving technologies, has expressed interest to invest in the energy sector.

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THE newly installed Chief of Staff of the Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF), Lieutenant General Yakubu Mohammed, has promised to work diligently towards packaging it as a modern, disciplined and professional military outfit.

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THE Government has ordered relevant state organs to search for 16 foreign ships which have vanished, to steer clear of the long arm of the law.

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The Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn, has resigned unexpectedly in an effort to end years of unrest and political upheaval, Aljazeera has reported.

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The Court in Dodoma on Thursday acquitted the ruling Chama cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Youth Wing’s former Chairman Sadifa Khamis of corruption charges. Khamis, who is also Donge legislator, was facing two counts before the prosecution told the Dodoma Resident Magistrate’s Court that it was withdrawing all charges.

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AUTHORITIES in the Greater Horn of Africa (GHA), including Tanzania, have been advised to take precaution against predicted floods in some countries in the region, due to normal and above normal rainfall expected during the March-April-May (MAM) season.

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FORGET Mirerani and its Tanzanite, people will soon scramble for Longido as the longexisted quarries in the precinct have started yielding precious ruby.

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FORMER President, Benjamin Mkapa has called upon the public to be active when it comes to contributing towards the Aids Trust Fund (ATF), as there is a deficit of 520bn/- to reach the targeted goals in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

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South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma has resigned on Wednesday night after intense pressure from his own party, African National Congress (ANC).

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THE Minister for Energy, Dr Medard Kalemani (pictured) last Monday held talks with two ministers from Malawi, aimed at exploring possibility of natural gas exports to Malawi as well as joint development of the Songwe River valley, notably in its immense power production potential.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has affirmed that come end this year, not a single hospital in the country will run out of drugs and other essential medical supplies.

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SIGNS have emerged, that the protracted land ownership conflict between the Sumbawanga Teachers’ College and the Catholic Church in Sumbawanga will be resolved in due course.

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A SOKOINE University of Agriculture (SUA) don, Prof Robinson Mdegela, has challenged researchers to focus on areas which can greatly contribute to national development.

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POLICE in Dar es Salaam are investigating the death of an unidentified man aged between 30 and 35, whose body was found along the Coco Beach stretch of the Indian Ocean in Kinondoni Municipality last Tuesday.

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TANZANIA and Iran have expressed a relentless commitment to fight terrorism, which they say is posing threats to the life of civilians not only in African continent but also in Europe, America and the rest of the world.

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CONGESTION in schools, plus insufficient learning materials and teachers are caused by high population growth in the islands, authorities say.

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