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THE HIV/Aids infections rate in Chamwino District in Dodoma Region has dropped from 3.6 per cent in 2015 to 2.1 per cent in 2016/2017, thanks to a number of initiatives jointly carried out by the government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

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GOOD NEWS is on the horizon for couples who had for a long time been haunted by inability to have babies, in the wake of a working tour in Dar es Salaam next month, of an eminent specialist from Nepal, Dr Jagat Deep.

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THE fourth East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) session has not been convened following failure by two of its member states – Kenya and south Sudan – to elect its members to the House.

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THE Permanent Secretary in the Vice-President’s Office, Prof Faustin Kamuzora, has defended implementation of Stiegler’s Power Project, saying it is a catalyst for protecting environment and will stimulate national economic growth.

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TANZANIA People's Defence Force (TPDF) celebrated the Heroes Day differently in Dar es Salaam yesterday, giving free health services to citizens and cleaning the environment.

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VICE-President Samia Suluhu Hassan is today expected to preside over the 100th anniversary ceremony for the Tanzania Scouts Association at the University of Dodoma.

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DAYS are numbered for cybercriminals as the government works on a new law to give enforcement ‘teeth’ against communication intruders, block ill information dissemination and to facilitate use of ‘cyber evidence’ in courts of law.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has faulted the privatization policy adopted by Tanzania, saying it had failed the nation completely.

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NATIONAL Assembly Speaker Job Ndugai has remained silent over the fate of embattled Civic United Front (CUF) legislators, saying he was still contemplating the appropriate move.

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FIVE officials with CI Group Co Ltd on Monday escaped a three-year custodian sentence by paying a 52.5m/- fine after being convicted over illegal stay and engaging into unlawful occupation.

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THE Commission for Universities has banned 19 colleges and universities from admitting students to any degree courses during the 2017/18 academic year after reports uncovered some shortcomings on their part.

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Forest Fund (TaFF) reforestation programme, the 2017 guideline further states.

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The second tier of the presidential debate kicked off half an hour late Monday night after President Uhuru Kenyatta failed to show up, with his opponent Raila Odinga appearing solo.

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COOPERATIVE Development Commission Registrar has threatened stern measures against assistant registrars of cooperatives demanding allowances from cooperative societies while on duty.

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MBEYA Water Sewerage and Sanitation Authority (MWSSA) has introduced a new system under which customers are allowed to pay for water according to uses, says Business Manager Mr. Venance Haunda.

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THE Parliamentary Standing Committee on Agriculture, Livestock and Water challenged the government yesterday to develop and implement gender focused policies to amplify contribution of women in food production.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli is expected to arrive in Singida Region this morning for a one day official visit.

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ACADEMICIANS, politicians and the general public have showered praise on the government’s consistency in fighting corruption and theft of the country’s natural resources, specifically for dealing with so-called untouchable businessmen and politicians.

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THE government yesterday dismissed as baseless and malicious allegations that Tanzania is interfering with Kenya imminent general election.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has directed Songwe Regional Commissioner Chiku Gallawa and her Mbeya counterpart Amos Makalla, to resolve a longstanding land conflict between Nanyala village residents and Mbeya Cement Company.

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  • The President has directed leaders to venture outside their offices, establish and resolve people’s problems

PRESIDENT John Magufuli has directed ministers, regional commissioners, district commissioners and executive directors not to confine themselves in their offices, but venture into the field instead, to tackle people’s problems.

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THE Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court yesterday sent the opposition Member of Parliament (MP) for Singida East Constituency Tundu Lissu to remand until Thursday to await an objection to bail by the prosecution in relation to the new sedition case that he is facing.

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JUBILATIONS reigned at Nyakahura Ward here as Kagera Regional Commissioner (RC) Salum Kijuu handed over 10m/-for classrooms’ construction at Minzani Primary School.

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FORMER President Jakaya Kikwete yesterday challenged the World Bank (WB) to create specific facilities for giving loans to private hospitals, to enable them contribute more to improving services in the East African region.

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President Magufuli has inaugurated Tabora Airport and an 85-kilometre Nyaua-Tabora road on Monday, thanking Tanroad officials and Wananchi for their active participation in the constructions.

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A suicide car bomb has exploded in the Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, killing at least 30 people, BBC has reported.

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THE Deputy Minister of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Dr Hamisi Kigwangalla, has called for the relocation of affairs related to elders to the President’s Office in charge of regional administration and local government, since council authorities play a supervisory role in that regard.

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DAR ES SALAAM Regional Commissioner Paul Makonda has underscored the role of private real estate players in averting land conflicts in the commercial capital.

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THE embassy of Japan has assured Tanzania of its continued support on development projects in the Iringa region and other areas in its quest to support the Fifth Phase Government led by President John Magufuli.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday appreciated former Kigoma South legislator David Kafulila’s firmness on the infamous Tegeta Escrow scandal, saying Kafulila demonstrated the highest level of patriotism.

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PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa yesterday suspended acting Mbozi District Council Executive Director Elisey Mgoyi and three other officers over misuse of public funds.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday said Tanzanians are themselves to blame for the country’s destruction due to environmental degradation.

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MAJOR universities in the country said yesterday they were fully equipped to expertly handle direct applications from students. University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) Vice- Chancellor Professor Rwekaza Mukandala said the institution has already installed computerised system to handle the applications.

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