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THE private sector will still shoulder the burden of cracking the problem of unemployment in the country but the government will ensure that all the required infrastructure to facilitate them is in place.

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A PROJECT to improve incomes and livelihoods of cassava farmers by researching and tapping into and implementing best agricultural practices has been launched.

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THE shilling made couple of gains against the dollar in the first trading sessions of the month that was largely buoyed by the end of month inflows from the corporate sector.

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PROVISION of water to cover 95 per cent of urban dwellers and 85 of rural folks by the year 2020 is still on the cards as provided in the National Water Policy, Deputy Minister for Water and Irrigation Engineer Isaac Kamwela, has stressed.

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THE government has expressed its readiness to engage communities surrounding Biharamulo goldmine in Kagera Region to enable the residents benefit from operations of the goldmine, Deputy Minister for Energy and Minerals, Medard Kalemani pledged in the parliament yesterday.

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OWING to increasing cases of non-communicable diseases in the country, the government has established a special department in the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Children and the Elderly to deal with the problem.

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MOROGORO became the fourth region to join Kijana Jiajiri, a programme that seeks to expand and enhance support to underserved young entrepreneurs aged between 18 and 35 years and implemented by Tanzania Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness Centre (TECC) in collaboration with a United Kingdom’s based Youth Business International (YBI) and the National Economic Empowerment Council (NEEC). Our Correspondent Caroline Kirwanda explains the importance of the programme…

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THERE are still many professions that still remain the preserve of man despite attempts to provide equal opportunities for all.

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A RESEARCH carried out by Department of Ecology and Natural Resource Management and Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) and the School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE), University of Michigan, on Equity in Distribution of Proceeds from Forest Products from Certified Community-Based Forest Management in Kilwa District, Tanzania, has come up with some findings on the matter.

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THE Tanzania Football Federation (TFF), has made adjustment to the Vodacom Premier League (VPL), fixture, in which there will be only a single match today, instead of five planned earlier.

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TODAY I look at the injuries and fatalities that await young and older children in rural Tanzania. Most children in rural Tanzania are born to poor peasants who eke out a living tilling the land.

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DRAMA is never in short supply when the country’s top soccer sides, Simba and Young Africans, meet or are about to meet as both make good use of their popularity to produce stand-out activity for others to learn from.

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VILLA Park in Mwanza has nothing to do with Aston Villa stadium as there is no direct link between San Siro Bar and the home venue for Milan clubs or Club La Liga in Moshi doesn’t have any connection with Spanish soccer League.

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