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Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa

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Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has laid foundation stone to pave the way for construction of mega water project worth16bn/- in the drought-ridded Longido District in Arusha.

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DODOMA Municipal Council yesterday handed over 141 formerly Capital Development Authority (CDA) owned commercial buildings to Tanzania Building Agency (TBA), with a 3bn/- outstanding debt.

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BUSINESSMAN Harbinder Sethi

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BUSINESSMAN Harbinder Sethi has filed an application before the High Court’s Corruption and Economic Crimes Division, seeking bail pending trial in the 350bn/- economic sabotage case he is facing, citing health complications and defective charges, as among reasons.

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TIC Public Relations Manager Pendo Gondwe

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TANZANIA has attracted nine big investments during FY 2016/17 worth $4.259bn compared to FY 2015/16 valued at $5.89bn only, according to data from the Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC).

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has directed the Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF) through National Service, to build a wall fence around Tanzanite blocks A to D at Mirerani tanzanite mines and instal high-tech equipment to monitor mining activities, so the government can earn proper revenue.

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The chief executive officer of the Tanzania Roads Agency (TANROADS), Engineer Patrick Mfugale

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THE government is still searching for the firm which had initially signed a contract to construct the road linking Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) with Mirerani mining hills, but escaped with over 22bn/- without ever starting the projected construction works.

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TANZANIA Standard Newspapers Limited (TSN) Managing Editor, Dr jim Yonazi an the Daily News editor, Ms Pudenciana Temba (third right) distrubute the company newspapers to the Zanzibar House of Representatives members when they toured the company headquarters accompanied by Zanzibar Government Printing Press Agency (ZAGPA) in Dar es Salaam yesterday. (Photo by Fadhili Akida).

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MEMBERS of the Isles House of Representatives’ Committee that oversees government executives yesterday toured the Tanzania Standard (Newspapers) Limited (TSN) offices, to get a glimpse of business cooperation between the company and Zanzibar Government Printing Press Agency (ZAGPA).

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The Director General of Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA), Eng. Deusdedit Kakoko

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TRANSIT cargo destined to and from land-locked Rwanda at the Dar es Salaam port has been piling at an average 9.9 per cent over the past five years - from 630,000 metric tons during FY 2012/2013 to 950,000 tons to date.

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INFORMATION, Culture, Arts and Sports Minister Dr Harrison Mwakyembe exchanges documents on bilateral agreement with his South Africa’s counterpart, Mr Nathi Mthethwa in Dodoma on Tuesday. The bilateral deal aims at enhancing African cultural and heritage ties between Tanzania and South Africa. (Photo by Magnus Mahenge)

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A NEW era dawns for bilateral relations between Tanzania and South Africa, after the two countries entered an agreement that aims to bolster African cultural and heritage ties.

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FORMER Deputy Minister, Mr Gregory Teu, being consoled as he pays his last respects to his son, Sakazi Gregory Teu. On his right is the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Dr Suzan Kolimba and the Minister for Constitution and Legal Affairs, Prof Palamagamba Kabudi. This was during the session of paying of last respects to 13 people, mostly members of his family who perished recently in Kampala, Uganda, in a horrrific road accident while on their way back home after attending a wedding ceremony. The event was held at Lugalo General Military Hospital in Dar es Salaam, yesterday. (Photo by Mohamed Mambo)

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MINISTER of State in the President’s Office (Public Service Management and Good Governance), Angella Kairuki, was among hundreds of mourners who paid her last respect to 13 Tanzanians who died in a grisly road accident in Uganda early this week.

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THE presence of substandard and counterfeit products and limited access to affordable and quality medicines continue to be a major challenge to universal health coverage in low and middle-income countries, including Tanzania.

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THE Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has won an appeal over refusal by the High Court to admit as evidence an envelope containing Heroine Hydrochloride valued at over 169m/- in the criminal trial of Lithuanian woman, Kristina Biskasevskaja.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli will today (Wednesday), write history as he inaugurates the first ever tarmac road to be built in the vast Simanjiro district, Manyara region.

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THREE suspected notorious bandits were killed and two others were arrested by the police at Vingunguti last Friday.

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THE Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) has rubbished the widely circulating claims in international and local media outlets that Tanzania’s investment climate is unfriendly, causing investors to run away.

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THE, has condemned the killing of a Tanzanian peacekeeper, serving with the United Nations Stabilisation Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO).

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has directed Coast Region leadership to improve infrastructure in areas set aside for industries, to attract both local and foreign investors.

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THE government has slapped a weekly tabloid, MwanaHALISI, and its online version, with a two-year ban effective September 19, 2017, for publishing seditious and fabricated articles which threatened national security.

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THE government has tasked aviation stakeholders to come up with solutions for problems facing the industry, including a decline of cargo deliveries at airports.

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THE Deputy Minister for Energy and Minerals, Dr Medard Kalemani, has issued a 14-day ultimatum for completion of the Power transmission line at Gongo la Mboto on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam, as a part of Tanzania Energy Development and Access Expansion Project (TEDAP).

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SUSTAINABLE conservation of Mara River that forms an integral part of Masai-Serengeti ecosystem is of critical importance for the Tanzania and Kenya’s tourism sector development.

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PASTORALIST communities in Arusha have received a major boost from the Italian Agency for Cooperation and Development which has doled out 1.16 million Euros (more than 3bn/-) in funding change effect studies.

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PROMINENT businessman Yusuf Manji, who is charged with consumption of the narcotic drug heroin, is scheduled to enter the witness box at the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam next Monday, to give his defence testimony.

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UNJUSTIFIABLY high expectations are the reason behind complaints by people evicted to pave the way for execution of development projects, the government explained yesterday.

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...member states seek to ease people, goods movements under reliable network

EAST African Community (EAC) member states envisage upgrading their 30,000-kilometre road network to bitumen standards in the coming 33 years.

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ABOUT three million Tanzanians in rural areas have accessed communication services under the Universal Communication Service Access Fund (UCSAF).

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THE East African Community (EAC) Secretary General, Ambassador Liberat Mfumukeko, has hailed the strong relations between the EAC and the Federal Republic of Germany as he received credentials from a new diplomat from the European Union nation.

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IN an effort to recognise the spirit of solidarity and cooperation, the governments of Tanzania and South Africa will set up a centre for the African Liberation Heritage Programme (ALHP) which will house a museum, library and archive.

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THE 2017 Media Cooperation Forum on Belt and Road opened in China’s ancient town of Dunhuang yesterday brought together more than 250 media managers and practitioners from various countries across the world.

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EIGHT people including two police officers have been jailed 35 years each after the High Court convicted them of unlawful possession of government trophies.

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FORMER Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Gregory Teu (pictured) yesterday lost 13 family members in a horrendous road accident in Uganda.

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AS life expectancy within Tanzania increases, the country continues to struggle with communicable diseases (NCDs) such HIV/Aids and diarrhea and neonatal ailments killing infants.

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THREE people, and an accountant with the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) Reuben Mwakasakyeni, appeared before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam last week charged with occasioning losses amounting to 29bn/- in fraudulent tax evasions.

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