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THE Deputy Minister for Health, Social Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Dr Hamis Kigwangalla, has directed Acting Chief Medical Officer at Inyonga Health Centre in Mlele, Rukwa Region, to write to him an explanation on why the centre has no service providers.

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THE Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) has impounded goods worth over 40m/- smuggled through unofficial port at Kigombe in Muheza District.

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THE government’s initiative to receive views on its decision to ban plastic bags in the country has been welcomed with open arms by stakeholders in the business.

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PM Majaliwa shaking hands with Chief Mwibongo of Ivunga, right after his speech to the croud at the Mkwajuni sports grounds in Songwe district. (Photo by Robert Okanda)

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has intervened for the benefit of Tunduma residents, when he ordered the council to shelve plans of building an administration block and instead direct the financial resources towards the construction of a hospital.

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WITH remarkable success being registered during the execution of cervical cancer vaccination demonstration in Kilimanjaro Region, the government is now working on plans to roll out the immunisation  programme countrywide. 

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has warned civil servants against theft, misuse and embezzlement of public funds, insisting that the government will have no mercy on all individuals who involve themselves in the financial malpractices.

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TANZANIA has been encouraged to strengthen the facilitation of foreign trade and make available friendly policies for products produced by local factories and enterprises to penetrate Chinese market.

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THE Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) has been offering exemptions worth approximately more than 30m/- every month to patients who cannot afford to foot their treatment bills.

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FEW weeks after the overhauled mining laws became operational; the government yesterday suspended issuance of mining licences until a Mining Commission is established.

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WITH the government extending deadline for payment of property tax to the end of this month, 32.5bn/- has been collected from 30 towns, cities and municipal councils throughout the country.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli is flanked by Minister for Works, Transport and Communications, Prof Makame Mbarawa (fifth left); First Lady, Janeth (third right); Minister for Education, Science and Technology and Vocational Training, Prof Joyce Ndalichako (second left) and other government officials, as he cuts the ribbon to officially launch the construction of a tarmac road from Nyakanazi in Biharamulo District to Kakonko in Kigoma Region, yesterday. (Photo by Fadhili Abdallah)

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has demanded Barrick Gold Corporation Chairman, Prof John Thornton to honour his pledge of coming to the negotiation table with the government on how they will compensate Tanzania over mineral concentrates or risk closure of the mines.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has ordered civil servants to refrain from embracing bureaucracy in public service delivery, saying such tendency creates loopholes for corruption and discourages the ‘wananchi’ from seeking services from government institutions.

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ACACIA Mining has reported a pre-tax profit marginal drop in the first half, blaming mineral sand concentrates ban. The miner reported a pretax profit drop to 99.5million US dollars in six months to June from 101.6million US dollars in 2016.

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DEPOSITORS of the embattled Mbinga Community Bank, which is under liquidation, can now heave a sigh of relief as the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) has announced plans to start reimbursing them from next Monday.

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HEADS of departments and units in the President’s Office (Regional Administration and Local Governments) should ensure that all public servants under the Tamisemi portfolio should have completed filling the Open Performance Review and Appraisal System (OPRAS) forms by July 30.

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AS Tanzania has embarked on an industrialisation drive, the dream will not be realised should Intellectual property matters be ignored, Minister of Trade and Empowerment, Mr Charles Mwijage, has said.

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IN an effort to enhance skills, knowledge and use of modern technology in agriculture, Geita District Council has planned to allocate enough budget to facilitate provision of knowledge to farmers as a way of boosting the sector.

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OVER 200,000 Bukoba Municipal residents have every reason to rejoice following completion of a water project being implemented by the Bukoba Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (BUWASA).

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GRUMETI Fund Relationship Manager Mr Ami Seki (second right) hands over a dummy cheque for more than 1.3 bn/- being payment of concession fees, bed night fees, hunting quota and community development fund from Grumeti Reserves to Ikona Wildlife Management Area (WMA) of Serengeti. Receiving the dummy cheque is the Ikona WMA Chairperson Mr Elias Chama. (Photo by Mugini Jacob)

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LAST Saturday was a special day for Ikona Wildlife Management Area (WMA) and Grumeti Reserves. The day saw two important events taking place at the WMA offices located in Mugumu, the headquarters of Serengeti, a remarkable wildlife hub district in Tanzania.

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THE new Commander for Tarime/Rorya Special Police Zone has promised to tackle numerous challenges that result in ruthless killings in the area.

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A SECTION of small-scale entrepreneurs has hailed President John Magufuli’s industrialisation drive, calling for the government to push local business entities to observe standards.

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FORTY lawyers registered with the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights (AfCHPR) to represent indigent applicants before the Court, will undergo a three-day intensive training in Arusha next month, it has been announced.

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MUHIMBILI National Hospital (MNH) patients will now have options to settle their medical bills, thanks to the newly introduced electronic payment system.

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SOUTHERN African Development Community (SADC), Executive Secretary, Dr Stergomena Tax, delivers her opening speech in Dar es Salaam, yesterday, before inviting Minister for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Dr Augustine Mahiga (second right) to address the 19th meeting of the Ministerial Committee of the Organ (MCO), a statutory meeting held annually to consider the status of implementation of SADC decisions and programmes of the Organ. Second left is Director of the SADC Organ, Mr Jorge Cardoso and Permanent Secretary at the ministry, Dr Aziz Mlima. (Photo by Mohamed Mambo)

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FOREIGN Affairs and East African Cooperation Minister Augustine Mahiga yesterday called for doubled efforts by all stakeholders to restore and maintain peace and political stability in the DR Congo.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli and visiting Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza wave to wananchi as they arrive at Ngara Old Post grounds in Kagera region to address a public rally, yesterday. (Photo by State House)

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday suspended temporarily the registration and naturalisation of Burundian refugees, urging the immigrants to return home.

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MALNUTRITION remains one of the serious health problems that affect vulnerable groups like infants, children and women of reproductive age, with reports showing that about 600,000 children under the age of five year died in the past ten years due to inadequate nutrition.

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THE Acting Dar es Salaam Special Zone Police Commander, Mr Lucas Mkondya has issued a seven-day ultimatum to all people who had already served jail terms over various crimes to report to Zonal Criminal Officer.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa yesterday condemned what he described as indiscipline and breach of protocol among public servants, threatening stern disciplinary measures against the culprits.

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A SECTION of Dodoma, the capital designate of Tanzania.

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DODOMA is set to become the country’s first Sustainable City come 2025 under Sustainable Dodoma Vision 2025. According to reliable sources, a sustainable city, or eco-city (also “ecocity”) is a city designed with consideration of environmental impact.

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EXPERTS here now reveal that the effect of climate change is taking its toll on natural water reserves with increased fluoride contamination in natural springs, rivers and underground water.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has issued a strong warning against individuals, including politicians bent on issuing utterances that are likely to bring about unrest in the country, including sparking diplomatic rows.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli is joined by the Minister for Works, Communication and Transport, Prof Makame Mbarawa (sixth left), government officials and Members of Parliament, in cutting a ribbon to officially open the 154km Biharamulo - Kagoma -Lusahunga road in Kagera Region, yesterday. (Photo by State House)

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  • Issues 14-day ultimatum for service stations to fit EFPPs

PRESIDENT John Magufuli has added weight to the ongoing Electrical Fiscal Petrol Printers(EFPPs) crackdown, issuing a 14-day ultimatum to owners of petrol stations countrywide to ensure that they fit their pumps with the gadgets or risk losing their businesses.

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VICE-PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan, displays African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) Tanzania programme at the launch of the Country Review Report (CRR) at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JNICC) in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Looking on (from left) is the APRM Chairman, Prof Hasa Mlawa, Vice-Chairperson Madam Madanla, APRM Board Member Ambassador Ombeni Sefue, and the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Dr Aziz Mlima. (Photo by Staff Photographer)

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THE government has promised to implement all the recommendations suggested in the Africa Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) Country Review Report (CRR) that was officially launched yesterday by the Vice President, Samia Suluhu Hassan.

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