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TARIME District Commissioner (DC) Glorious Luoga has launched a vigorous drive to eradicate bhang farming in all villages where the illicit drug is under cultivation.

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JUSTICES of the Court of Appeal Sauda Mjasiri, Bethuel Mmilla and Richard Mziray yesterday threw away an application for revision lodged by three appellants who are currently serving 30 years imprisonment each for lack of merit.

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PREPARATIONS for the launch of Mobile Number Portability (MNP) services scheduled for next month are in the final stages.

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IRELAND’s official agency for international development (Irish Aid) is pleased on how the Productive Social Safety Net (PSSN) programme has transformed the lives of poor households in the reduction of poverty in the country.

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THE government has continued to support hospitals run by religious organisations because they have been on the forefront of offering the best services compared to some government hospitals.

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UGANDA President, Yoweri Museveni, arrives in the country tomorrow for a two-day state visit, to explore various potential areas of bilateral economic partnership, among them, the improved cargo clearance at the Dar es Salaam Port.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa on Wednesday concluded his six-day, twophase tour of Manyara region with a call to Babati District authorities to issue plots of land – with title deeds -- to all local residents who filed formal applications for them.

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FORMER Tanzania Anglican Church Bishop, Dar es Salaam Diocese, Valentino Leonard Mokiwa has opted for a legal battle against his deposition from the post.

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FOREIGN Affairs and East African Cooperation Minister, Ambassador Augustine Mahiga said yesterday that the ministry is closely watching Tanzanians currently deported from Mozambique to ensure that they are safe.

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  • Students, parents shift blames to commission itself

PANIC, uncertainties and anxiety have reigned among students at the risk of losing admission at higher learning institutions as the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) maintains that unqualified learners have to go.

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THE Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday set free two persons who were charged with the murder of an economist with Ministry of Finance and Planning, Aneth Elisana Msuya.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has showered praise on the Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH), in particular, surgeons and staff who saved the life of one Neema Mwita Wambura who suffered severe burns on her body two years ago.

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Association (TSA) has selected two swimmers who will represent the country in the Youth Commonwealth Games, to be staged in Nassau, Bahamas in July, this year.

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RORYA District Council has donated 400 chairs and 400 tables to public secondary schools in the area.

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THE Occupational Safety and Health Authority (OSHA) has warned employers who fail to carry out statutory medical examination to their workers, insisting that they risk facing stiffer penalties as provided for in the legislation.

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VALUES and principles of the Arusha declaration can still contribute to the nation’s goals to prosperity today, Academicians and stakeholders have said.

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AS one of the best ways to eliminate the various challenges that hinder the education sector, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has adopted a new system of involving stakeholders before making any decisions.

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COUNCILLORS in Dar es Salaam yesterday approved a budget of 20.27bn/- for the 2017/18 fiscal year, among others, for execution of a number of development projects.

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NILE River Basin Initiative member states have been advised to work together in attaining Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) number six on water security and sanitation, by ironing out any likely differences in the use of water resources.

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TANZANIA National Roads Agency (TANROADS) yesterday signed a 177bn/- contract with a Chinese company, paving way for construction of interchange roads at Ubungo junction in Dar es Salaam, effective next month.

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OVER 7,000 students at tertiary education risk deregistration should they fail to prove that they indeed qualify for the higher education.

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DODOMA Municipality’s embattled Mayor has stepped aside as dozens of councillors demand investigation into alleged embezzlement of water project funds amounting to 30m/-.

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THREE people, including a police officer, have been killed by a group of suspected bandits at a farm and forestry levies’ collection centre at Jaribu Mpakani in Coast Region.

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THE East African Community (EAC) has reminded election monitoring bodies and media organisations in partner states to use its treaty in line with their respective countries’ legal frameworks when managing and covering elections to maintain free and fair polls.

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PARTIES to execution proceedings involving the Bank of Tanzania and FBME Bank Limited over 92bn/- payments to Coast Textiles Limited yesterday locked horns over whether High Court Judge Ama Munisi should disqualify herself from hearing the matter.

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A PLANNED sugar plant -- joint project of two public pension funds PPF and NSSF – is billed to significantly offset demand and eventually lower prices of the sweetener when production peaks at an annual 200,000 tons.

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THE government has paid out 50bn/- in outstanding arrears owed to teachers and other public servants across the country.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa yesterday summed up his tour of Manyara Region, pointing out that all districts in the vast region are suffering from acute water shortage, malignant land and border conflicts.

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THE High Court in Dar es Salaam has temporarily restrained the arrest of Chadema National Chairman, Freeman Mbowe pending hearing of his application tomorrow.

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PETRA’S Williamson’s diamond production has increased 11 per cent to 106,831 carats in the first six months of the company fiscal year ending last December.

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CONSTRUCTION of rural mobile communication towers to cater for ‘underserved’ parts across the country has ended decades of ICT blackout and ushered in a new era of potential investment and trade, a two-week survey has established.

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YOUTH of the United Nations Association (YUNA) Tanzania has commended the government for efforts taken in the war against illicit drugs dealers.

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POLICE in Morogoro Region are holding 66 people over alleged involvement in narcotic drugs. In the ongoing crackdown against illicit drugs trade and abuse, the police said they nabbed the suspects who were in possession of heroin, khat and 39 bags of marijuana.

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