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St James Seminary: Switching from wood fuel to biogas

THE Biogas Project Technical Adviser at St James Seminary, Mr Sezarius Kiting’ati, gives a briefing on how biogas digester works. From right to left (with a hat) is Ambassador Celestin Mushi of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mr Alvaro Rodriguez, the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Country Representative and the Minister of State (Environment), Dr Binilith Mahenge. (Photo by courtesy of the UN).BIOGAS is a familiar word to many people in Tanzania, but few put in practice its use due to different reasons, ranging from lack of awareness of its advantages to unwillingness of individuals and institutions.

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Poverty reduction through industries brings development

THE China-Tanzania Industrial Development and Poverty Reduction meeting took place in Dar es Salaam with the purpose of bringing together stakeholders from Tanzania and China to share ideas on effective strategies that can be used in combating poverty through development of industrial sector.

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If sarcasm dominates political arena, manifestos shall never deliver

ONE of the things that Tanzanians should be discussing during this campaign period is the application of political theory. The application of political agenda is the major challenge facing the political parties.

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Brewer’s programme empowers private college of education in Arusha

Students attend tryping class. (File photo)SOME residents in Arusha might have probably heard of teacher Victoria Merey Riwa or Madam Vicky or perhaps they have heard her from various sources of information.

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Annals of History: How to emerge a hero in local politics (Part III)

THIS week as the nation is counting down to the election day (October 25), it is worth revisiting the annals of history as we did before drawing examples from American history.

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Nyamongo women enjoy free medical services from MEWATA doctors

MANY women from villages surrounding North Mara Gold Mine this week enjoyed free medical services provided by a team of doctors from the Medical Women Association of Tanzania (MEWATA).

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Why health matters more than anything else

The Kagera Regional Commissioner Mr John Mongela, has urged residents to invest in health to avoid contracting various preventable diseases including Elephantiasis.

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Nation’s sports agenda will boost athletes’ performance

TANZANIA’S team of four players is currently in Samoa for the Commonwealth Youth Games. But, what a team! The quartet is a composition of three athletes and one boxer.

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Suluhu promises to change women’s lives

TANZANIAN women are set to win big once the public votes Chama cha Mapinduzi (CCM) back to power on the 25th of October, this year.

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