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FORMER member of the Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDC) Elinasani Ng’eng’e is to be hanged for killing his wife, Rehema Matiku, after stabbing her repeatedly with a knife over a quarrel involving sale of a plot.

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PROMINENT businessman Yusuf Manji yesterday withdrew his application before the High Court in Dar es Salaam, challenging his alleged illegal detention by Immigration Department.

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MEMBERS of Parliament have pushed for allocation of sufficient funds to the State Mining Corporation (STAMICO) to facilitate execution of various development projects.

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STATE investment in Information Communication Technology (ICT) has helped put the government online, making Tanzania the first country around Africa with wider digital tool coverage.

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CONTROVERSY surrounding the disappearance of a rhinoceros, christened John, was put to rest yesterday after a probe team formed by the state last December revealed that the animal died at a private farm identified as Sasakwa Grumeti.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has directed the Controller and Auditor General (CAG) to conduct an in depth audit of the mining sector to plug out loopholes that occasion massive losses from the country’s rich mineral reserves.

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HOME Affairs Minister Mwigulu Nchemba yesterday reminded the police to protect the good image of the force through adherence to professionalism in the execution of their duties.

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FOUR people, including police officers, appeared before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday, charged with conspiracy to sabotage public safety by draining 280.6 litres of fuel from one of the new government jetliners.

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MOSHI Cement factory was yesterday ordered to close business over environmental pollution, with the government demanding the implementation of the National Environment Management Council (NEMC)’s recommendations.

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TANZANIA National Roads Agency (TANROADS) has ordered all district councils in Kilimanjaro region to close down, effective now, all markets sitting on road reserves.

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POLICE in Mbeya Region have arrested nine traders over the weekend for alleged possession of 141 cartons and 12,893 pieces of various liquor brands (viroba) during the ongoing crackdown on sachet-packed liquor in the region.

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RURAL communities have been cautioned against selling their farms at throw-away prices and instead invest in land formalization so as to acquire more economic opportunities that will boost their income generating activities.

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IN order to ensure small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have access to low-interest loans, the government is set to boost the lending capacity of the state-run Tanzania Investment Bank (TIB).

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MANYARA region’s real estate investor, Mr Surendra Odedra, has forked out up to 2,390 acres of his Hamiri Estate Unit 18, handing it over to the Regional Commissioner, Mr Joel Bendera, for redistribution to the landless.

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TANZANIA Ports Authority Director General Engineer Deusdedit Kakoko shows to the National Assembly Speaker, Job Ndugai, the mineral sand containers at the Dar es Salaam Port for shipping outside the country. Mr Ndugai and his parliamentary delegation toured the port yesterday. (Photo by Staff Photographer)

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  • Speaker Ndugai promises to form special committee

NATIONAL Assembly Speaker Job Ndugai yesterday promised to form a special committee to look into the trade and value chain of exported mineral sand for smelting.

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THERE are possibilities of domestically smelting and refining the gold concentrates produced in the country using medium scale furnaces currently manufactured by Chinese investors.

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Chama Cha mapinduzi (CCm) Ideology and Publicity Secretary, mr humphrey Polepole speaks during a press briefing on the newly appointed district and regional party secretaries in Dar es Salaam yesterday. (Photo by mohamed mambo)

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CHAMA Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) has appointed 20 new regional secretaries in the mainland, with 11 others retaining their posts.

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(Left) Prof. Ntalikwa with an engineer at Mtwara Gas Plant

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday revoked the appointment of Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Prof Justin Ntalikwa.

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TANZANIA has emerged second in the African Capacity Index (ACI) that assesses the capacity of African countries against the development agenda.

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THE Minister of Labour, Empowerment, Elderly, Children and Women, Ms Maudline Cyrus Castico, has said that confidentiality remains a vital tool in social work, particularly counselling.

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TANZANIA Albinism Society (TAS) has highly condemned barbaric acts such as exhuming graves and chopping parts of the bodies for witchcraft beliefs. Coordinator of TAS in the country,

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THE government has called upon commercial banks to support concerted efforts made by the government in developing infrastructure as the country eyes to attain a semi-industrialised middle income nation status by the year 2025.

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WOMEN and youths have been encouraged to own land that they may use as collateral when applying for business loans from financial institutions such as banks in the country.

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WHILE evidence shows that credit card penetration in the continent is a paltry 5 per cent, local banking industry is spearheading the use of electronic cards, even to the lowest cadres of the economic ladder.

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RELI Assets Holding Company (RAHCO) yesterday demolished the remaining buildings within the railway line reserve areas from Dar es Salaam city centre to Pugu, which had earlier been skipped due to court injunctions.

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THE Minister for Works, Transport and Communication, Professor Makame Mbarawa, has issued a three-month ultimatum to the Tanzania Telecommunication Company Limited (TTCL) to make sure that it raises 50 million US dollars (112bn/-) through the National ICT Broadband Backbone (NICTBB).

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  • ...TPA discovers 262 containers ready for export

TANZANIA Ports Authority (TPA) has discovered 262 containers of mineral sand pending exportation, against President John Magufuli’s recent ban on the exportation of such.

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THE government has directed regional authorities countrywide to initiate a special campaign that will sensitise the community to harvest rain water and address shortages of the precious liquid.

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THE ongoing houses construction for public servants at Bunju in Kinondoni municipality, Dar es Salaam Region by the Tanzania Building Agency (TBA) has won hearts of the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) members who recently inspected the project.

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PLANS are underway to prune out beneficiaries of the Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF) grants whose poverty status have improved, to pave the way for more poor households to be enrolled in the programme.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has appointed Mr Charles Edward Kichere as new Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) Commissioner General, replacing Mr Alphayo Kidato who was appointed Permanent Secretary (PS) in the President’s Office.

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RETAIL prices of cereals including maize and beans have plummeted in Sumbawanga Municipality in Rukwa Region, thanks to bumper harvest, which has flooded markets in the municipal.

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MINISTER of Works, Transport and Communications Professor Makame Mbarawa has said the fifth phase government has decided to ensure the creation and improvement of infrastructure in various parts of the country.

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