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UNIVERSAL Communication Service Access Fund (UCSAF) Chief Executive Officer, Eng Peter Ulanga (left), briefs Deputy Minister of Works, Transport and Communication, Eng Edwin Ngonyani, on the areas UCSAF has covered so far in ensuring clients have access to communication services during the minister’s tour of the fund’s Head Office in Dar es Salaam, yesterday. (Photo by Iddy Mwema)

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THE government has reaffirmed its commitment to ensuring that communication as a universal right is accessible to its entire population come 2020, a move billed to facilitate faster economic development.

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PRESIDENT Ali Mohamed Shein has hit out at cabinet ministers who apparently shun his ongoing tour across the Isles to inspect development projects and assess the implementation of the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi Party Manifesto (2015-2020).

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VICE- PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan (left) is received by South Africa’s Minister for Communications, Ms Ayanda Dlodlo, upon arrival at Pretoria International Airport yesterday, to attend the Southern African Development Community (SADC) 37th Ordinary Summit.(Photo by VPO)

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VICE-PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan has underscored the need for applied research findings to be used to develop quality standards in nurturing industrialization for economic transformation and human development in Africa.

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BUTIAMA District Commissioner (DC), Ms Anna-rose Nyamubi

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BUTIAMA District Commissioner (DC), Ms Anna-rose Nyamubi has thanked the founder of Graca Machel Trust, Ms Graca Machel, for initiating and funding the Mara Out-of School Children’s Project.

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GIRLS who are members of Upendo group in Msalala, Shinyanga Region, in a jovial mood after successfully completing sessions on how to make Batik and Soap as part of the DREAMS Interventions project, aimed at empowering them with skills that help them raise funds and desist from men dependancy to reduce new HIV infections. The DREAMS Initiative in Tanzania is funded by the US Government through PEPFAR and is implemented by Jhpiego.

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OVER 11,200 schoolgirls and young women in Shinyanga Municipality, Kahama, Ushetu and Msalala districts have benefited from a cash transfer arrangement, designed to help reduce new HIV infections amongst vulnerable adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) aged between 15 and 24 years.

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RESIDENTS in Kagera Region are eagerly awaiting opening of the Kabanga Nickel project, in Ngara District that would create labour and employment to many Tanzanians. At full capacity the mine is estimated to employ over 2,000 people.

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THE Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe, receives a report from Katani Limited Managing Director Salum Shamte at the Tanzania Standard (Newspapers) Limited (TSN) organised Business Forum in Tanga, yesterday. Left is TSN Managing Editor Dr Jim Yonazi and Tanga Regional Commissioner Martine Shigella. (Photo by Mroki Mroki)

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TANZANIANS were yesterday implored to aggressively exploit investment opportunities that come with the country’s development projects like the Hoima-Tanga crude oil pipeline.

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THE Republic of South Korea Ambassador to Tanzania Song Geum-young.

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THE Republic of South Korea yesterday offered to instal CCTV cameras in all crime prone areas under the project scheduled to take off early next year, countrywide.

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CARGO haulage through the railway line within the country and beyond borders is set to increase by 30 per cent, thanks to the just signed accord.

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Centre: The Chief Government Chemist (CGC), Professor Samwel Manyele

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IMPORTATION of chemicals by unregistered, uncertified and unpermitted dealers was suspended yesterday, with consumers directed to source the substances from qualified suppliers.

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THREE Standard VII survivors of Lucky Vincent Primary School bus accident return home today from the US as their fate in the national examinations hangs in balance.

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THE Vocational Education and Training Authority (VETA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the West German Chamber of Crafts and Skilled Trades Council (WHKT) for implementing a project worth 900,000 Euro, focusing on development of technology in agriculture and construction through a dual apprenticeship training model.

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THE Vocational Education and Training Authority (VETA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the West German Chamber of Crafts and Skilled Trades Council (WHKT) for implementing a project worth 900,000 Euro, focusing on development of technology in agriculture and construction through a dual apprenticeship training model.

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South African, Menelaos Tsampos (61), who is charged with cyber bullying and illegal stay. (Centre)

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THE prosecution yesterday presented its report before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam on status of South African, Menelaos Tsampos (61), who is charged with cyber bullying and illegal stay.

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TANGA airport plays a major role as a gateway into the region, with a number of tourists visiting various tourist attractions.

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THE Minister for Information, Arts, Culture and Sports, Harison Mwakyembe is expected to grace today’s eagerly awaited Tanga Business Forum.

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TANGA Fresh Limited, one of the country’s leading milk processing companies, is set to secure a 12 billion/- loan within the next one month, after repossessing its confiscated title deed following President John Magufuli’s order.

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BAD weather, infections, diminishing immunity or simply calamities? Well, while all these could be the causes, many diseases affecting most Tanzanians have been discovered to originate from dinner tables.

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THE National Super Alliance (NASA) has resolved to move to the Supreme Court to challenge results of Kenya’s presidential election.

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Natural Resources and Tourism Minister, Professor Jumanne Maghembe

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  • As deadline for moving livestock from Uwanda Forest Reserve expires

MORE than 50,000 heads of cattle in Kiteta and Kilangwana wards in Sumbawanga District, Rukwa Region, have been moved out of Uwanda Forest Reserve.

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WITH recent development in stimulating Tanga economic potentials, key participants eagerly await tomorrow’s Tanga Business Forum with enthusiasm. Some institutions which participated in the previous forums in Simiyu and Mwanza say they have stocked good news to share during tomorrow’s forum as they look at the region with different eyes.

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THE months of May, July, and September arguably arouse bad memories for some people, particularly those who lost their loved ones in marine accidents that claimed more than 2,000 lives in Lake Victoria and in two separate incidents in Zanzibar.

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HAMISI Mabula, a smallholder farmer in Tanga region, is familiar with a dark and bright side of practicing agriculture in the region. Like many other farmers in the region, Mr Mabula relies on agriculture as the only means to enable him earn his daily bread and pay school fees for his children.

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GRIEVANCES over unreasonable delays of cases and unfair judgments arose among inmates and prisoners during a visit by the Isles Chief Justice, Omar Makungu, at Kiinua Miguu Prison in Western District, Unguja.

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GOVERNMENT leaders have been reminded to play a vanguard role in enhancing security at their workplaces for the development of the people and the nation at large.

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Land, Housing and Human Settlements Development Minister, Mr William Lukuvi

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Minister warns local government leaders . . .

THE government, yesterday, banned local government leaders from splitting up villages which have been surveyed and granted with village land certificates. Land, Housing and Human Settlements Development Minister, Mr William Lukuvi said that such tendency has been holding back government efforts in ensuring effective land administration.

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FOLLOWING agreements reached by Presidents John Magufuli and Abdel Al-Sisi of Egypt, the Joint Permanent Commission (JPC), which met for the last time 20 years ago, is to meet immediately to push for realisation of the pacts.

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HOLDERS of diplomatic and service passports who are no longer in public service have been given one-month ultimatum to surrender the travelling documents to the Immigration Department, lest they risk being blocked at the country’s entry and exit points when travelling.

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THE Retired Controller and Auditor General, Mr Ludovick Utouh, under his umbrella organisation, WAJIBU, yesterday launched Accountability Report which among others show low implementation of the CAG 2015/16 recommendations and called for close and effective monitoring on tax exemptions as they can be abused.

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TANZANIA Ports Authority (TPA) was yesterday given a three-month ultimatum to secure a contractor to immediately install flow meters at Kurasini Oil Jetty (KOJ).

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THE government will soon embark on an ambitious project of which three regions will be connected to 400 KV electricity lines from Mbeya region, the scheme is scheduled to take off by November this year.

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TWO suspected cattle rustlers have been killed at Nyabirongo village in Tarime, Mara Region, police in Tarime said in a press statement on Monday.

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THE Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries yesterday handed over 17 motorcycles to the five district councils of coastal zone to easily facilitate implementation of Southwest Indian Ocean Fisheries Governance and shared growth program (SWIOFish).

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