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TANZANIA Traffic Police Commander Mohamed Mpinga has appealed on establishment of ‘Safety Clubs’ in schools in order to reduce, if not to end, death and injuries caused by accidents among schoolchildren.

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TANZANIA is set to host a fourday Global Logistics Summit (23 -26 August, 2017) this year in Dar es Salaam, where President John Magufuli is expected to honour the inaugural event.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has appealed to religious leaders to use their positions to urge their believers to lead ethical lives, value lawful jobs and instill discipline to their children.

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PRESIDENTJohn Magufuli has appointed Prof Raphael Tihelwa Chibunda new Vice- Chancellor of the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), replacing Prof Gerald Monela who has completed his term of service.

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VICE-PRESIDENT’S Office (VPO) has secured 230bn/- for execution of adaptation measures in a strategic Simiyu water project to mitigate climate change effects.

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MINISTERIAL Committee of the Organ Troika (MCO-T) mission to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has said there is need for peaceful and transparent elections in the vast African nation.

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JUDICIARY yesterday embarked on a special countrywide programme to clear all old cases still pending in courts from the Court of Appeal to the primary court levels.

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CONTROLLER and Auditor General (CAG) has exposed squandering of public funds, prompting thorough investigation to find out the embezzlers behind the deceitful deals.

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A TUSSLE over the legal age of marriage resurfaced in the National Assembly here again yesterday, with the government saying “legal anthropology” could be the best way to seek a lasting solution to the current challenges.

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SOCIAL security funds plan to establish at least 25 industries countrywide and create over 300,000 jobs for Tanzanians, the government declared here yesterday.

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AFRICAN countries have been advised to improve their capacity to collect and utilize reliable occupational safety (OSH) data for sustainable development.

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SANYA-KWARE water source in Ng’uni-Nroa Shofa village in Masama West Ward here is on the verge of drying up due to indiscriminate tree cutting and cattle grazing around it.

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GEITA and Shinyanga regions registered and issued birth certificates to 479,146 children during the past one month, from March 21 to April 21, 2017.

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LARGE Chinese ladies shoe manufacturing firm, Huajian Footwear, says it now wants to invest more into Africa where it hopes to create at least 100,000 job opportunities.

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 CHAIRMAN of the National Assembly, Mr Mussa Azzan Zungu has ordered the government to conduct an investigation into the number of people killed at the mining pit in Sikonge District, Tabora Region.

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THE government has condemned the attack on journalists after a free-for-all brawl at an opposition Civic United Front (CUF) meeting in Dar es Salaam at the weekend, saying security organs should investigate the matter and undertake appropriate steps.

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SOLWA Member of Parliament Ahmed Salum in Shinyanga Region has differed with Shinyanga RC for urging small miners at Mahiga Village in Mwakitoryo Ward to proceed with their activities regardless a standing order asking the miners to leave the area.

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THE parties to a landmark case involving three offshore gas blocks in Mtwara Region, have failed to settle out of court a deal under which businessman Moto Mabanga claims to have been ‘frog-marched’ on orders of his partners in three foreign-owned companies in his own established gas exploration turf.

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THE government plans to convene a meeting this week to decide on the fate of the outlawed sachet-packaged liquor consignments confiscated during a recent countrywide operation.

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CHINESE Foreign Affairs office in Guangdong Province, China, is putting in place a legislation that will severely punish its citizens or anyone found exporting substandard goods to Tanzania and other parts of the world.

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RULING Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) has ruled out any dialogue with opposition Civic United Front (CUF) regarding the 2015 general election, its re-run in March, 2016 and the government of national unity (GNU).

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NEW plastic bag manufacturing factories in the country will have to install recycling facilities as the government moves to curb environmental degradation, the National Environment Management Council (NEMC) has announced.

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DIRECTOR of Public Prosecutions’ (DPP) powers to file certificate in court, denying bail to accused in criminal proceedings, have once again come to test following an appeal by Attorney General (AG).

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THE marathon budget session of the National Assembly resumes here this morning, after three days of recess.

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THE government launched MAELEZO TV and plans to honour efforts by President John Magufuli to promote Swahili language in his bid to explore and enhance latent Tanzanian talents.

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MEMBERS of Parliament (MP) from the opposition camp have condemned recent attack on journalists who were attending a meeting organised by Civic United Front (CUF) leaders in Dar es Salaam, saying the government should act to ensure such a thing does not occur again.

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WATER and Irrigation Minister, Gerson Lwenge has directed a contractor who is working on a project to install water pipelines from Lake Victoria to Tabora Region to speed up his pace and finish the work on time within their agreement.

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IN efforts to support the government’s move in providing proper learning environments in schools, activists are introducing what they call advocacy clubs for mobilisation capacity building among pupils.

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ALL non-governmental organisations operating in the country have been asked to consider helping school-age orphans with various learning material to ease their education process.

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DEPUTY Chinese ambassador to Tanzania, Haodang Gou has advised that Chinese books that cover issues of cooperation among African countries, including economic relations between Tanzania and China, be published in Swahili language.

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WHILE the government and other environmental stakeholders have been undertaking efforts to plant trees, people conducting agricultural activities near water sources have uprooted thousands of trees in Siha District.

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EVANGELICAL Lutheran Church in Tanzania (ELCT) will this year join other Christendom denominations all over the world to commemorate five centuries since its reformation.

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IMMIGRATION Officers here have arrested Ukombozi Pentecostal Church Head Danson Kabwebwe over accusations of hiding three illegal foreigners.

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