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ABOUT 12 students of an electrical and mobile maintenance course have completed their theoretical and practical training through VSOMO application powered by Airtel and VETA.

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KILIMANJARO Women Information Exchange and Community Organisation (KWIECO) here plans introducing an online monitoring database system for gender based violence statistics.

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A PARLIAMENTARY committee on Constitution and Legal Affairs has lauded the performance of the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) and PPF Pensions Fund on the implementation of a joint project for the construction of a sugar factory.

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UHURU Kenyatta will be sworn-in as Kenyan president—November, 28 after the Supreme Court unanimously dismissed two petitions against his re-election.

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TOWING services in Dar es Salaam have turned into a nuisance to most motorists, a survey by the ‘Daily News’ has established.

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...rules out possibility of law enforcement ruining diplomatic ties

CONTROL measures against arbitrary importation of animals from the neighbouring countries for illegal grazing in the country's territory will be sustained, the government has said.

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TANZANIA has introduced the first-ever day care laparoscopy surgery, which offers great potentials of relieving patients of pains and significantly reducing congestions in hospital.

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HEARING of a criminal case facing 11 Arusha and Dar es Salaam-based prominent businesspersons, who are accused of conspiracy, forgery and theft of 1,057,850.64 US dollars (2,376,461,462.76/-) starts on November 28.

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THE young lion that underwent special surgical treatment to cure umbilical hernia will remain under confinement until it gets well enough to hunt for itself.

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THE Secretary General of the Tanzania–China Friendship Promotion Association (TCFPA), Mr Joseph Kahama, has underscored the need of policy coordination coupled with a comparative advantage in trade and economic cooperation to make Belt and Road Initiative successful.

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Zimbabwe's embattled leader Robert Mugabe has vowed to stay in power for several weeks, despite of his ruling Zanu'PF giving him an ultimatum to resign.

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RESULTS from two-year field trials of AflasfeTZ, an innovative technology to control aflatoxin contamination have proven the effectiveness of the technology in reducing poison in maize and groundnuts.

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TANZANIA will have to plan for and manage unprecedented levels of urban population growth to ensure productivity, efficiency and inclusivity of its cities and urban spaces.

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UNQUALIFIED media practitioners will need to strive to acquire minimum requisite professional qualifications within the given timeframe, as the government will not offer additional time for those who will fail to meet the legal requirement.

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THE much awaited National Cancer Treatment Guidelines, which are envisioned to assist the government have proper forecast of cancer medicines and other services, are in their final stages.

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. . . New technology to help National Bureau of Statistics save 10bn/-

THE National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) will conduct the Household Expenditure Survey from the end of this month to November, next year, which is aimed at establishing the state of poverty in the country. The initiative, funded by the World Bank, will cost 10bn/- which is half of the costs incurred in the previous survey.

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UP to 1,200 heart patients will be able to receive treatment per year through surgery as the Radial Artery Approach procedure has been introduced for the first time in the country at the Jakaya Kikwete Cardiac Institute (JKCI).

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THE Government is committed to roll out treatment guidelines, including the Kangaroo mother care approach in its district and regional hospitals to fight newborn deaths resulting from premature deliveries which currently stands at 27 per cent.

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RETIRED President Benjamin Mkapa (pictured) will on next Tuesday deliver public lecture on the role of universities in attaining the National Development Vision 2025 which will be held at the University of Dodoma (UDOM).

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LACK of power in rural areas has been singled out to be the major factor contributing to poor performance of students in schools and provision of health services.

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SIX pupils from five different schools in the country have won the best performer awards in Mathematics at the 17th International SIP Abacus and Mental Arithmetic Contest 2017, held in India this week.

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BENEFICIARIES of the Tanzania Social Action Fund Phase III programme (Tasaf III) in Singida Municipality have asked the government to consider reviewing the funding rate, to suit the current situation.

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SPEAKER of the National Assembly, Mr Job Ndugai

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. . . Ndugai forms two committees to probe the sectors

SPEAKER of the National Assembly, Mr Job Ndugai, has formed two special committees to probe natural gas and fisheries sectors’ limited contribution to the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP).

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ZIMBABWEAN President Robert Mugabe yesterday appeared in public for the first time since he was placed under house arrest, on Wednesday, with the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Organ Troika saying it is against the military takeover.

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THE National Assembly yesterday endorsed proposals for a tougher law to curb drug trafficking, that proposes life imprisonment and use of firearms and ammunition by officers of the Drug Control and Enforcement Authority (DCEA).

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THE government is planning to reclaim its major shareholding at the privatised Friendship Textile Mills (FTM) from the current 49 to 75 per cent shares, Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Mr Charles Mwijage, has confirmed.

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SMALLHOLDER farmers in Tanzania are set to benefit from the partnership launched yesterday with the aim of improving mechanisation.

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PRESIDENT John Pombe Magufuli (left ) and his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni, unveil a plaque to open a border post at Mutukula in Kagera Region. (File photo)

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TWO East African Community (EAC) member countries-Uganda and Tanzania have taken another important step toward integration by launching One Stop Border Post (OSBP) at Mutukula, in Misenyi District.

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Minister for Works, Transport and Communication, Prof Makame Mbarawa

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. . . National agent to ship mineral concentrates, govt trophies in offing

THE Minister for Works, Transport and Communication, Prof Makame Mbarawa, yesterday, tabled the National Shipping Agencies Bill of 2017 which, among others, will form a national shipping agent that will deal with clearing and forwarding of mineral concentrates and government trophies.

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FORMER Chief Accountant with the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB), Godfrey Gugai appeared before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam, yesterday, charged with possessing unexplained properties, all valued at over 3.6bn/-.

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THE Tanzania Trade Development Authority (TANTRADE) has vowed to support local meat processing firms win more foreign markets, with the Mwanza based Chobo Investments Ltd taking the lead to secure potential business deals in the Middle East.

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THE Treasury has released 3.9bn/- (US$1.7million) to the Ministry of Water and Irrigation to support drilling and construction of boreholes in the country’s most affected areas.

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AS political uncertainty continues to engulf Zimbabwe after the country’s President Robert Mugabe being put under house arrest by the military, the Southern African Development Community (SADC), yesterday, held an emergency meeting in Gaborone, Botswana to discuss the unfolding political and security situation.

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