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HEARING of a criminal case facing eleven prominent Arusha and Dar es Salaam businesspersons accused of conspiracy, forgery and theft of $1,057,850.64 has failed to commence.

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FORMER Chama Cha Mapinduzi youth wing (UVCCM) Chairman, Sadifa Juma Khamis was yesterday charged with two counts of providing transport fare and soft drinks to fifteen members of the wing’s general assembly.

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A POLICE officer was shot dead by a hardcore bandit in Butiama District in Mara Region on Sunday afternoon, the Regional Police Commander (RPC) Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Jafari Mohamed confirmed on Monday.

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MORE than 1,000 women underwent screening for different types of cancer in a campaign dubbed PrevAcamp, focused on curbing the disease in Kilimanjaro region.

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AN East African youth leadership summit has resolved to form a regional grouping dubbed the East African Youth Council that will hold regular meetings on matters of common interest.

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A GROUP of soldiers from the Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF) have successfully followed the steps of Alex Nyirenda (pictured) by hoisting the National Flag atop Mount Kilimanjaro, making another history in East Africa.

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TWO continental organisations working for the welfare of people living with disability are happy with the East African Community for taking a leading role in the care of the disabled.

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TANZANIA has to cough up some 300bn/- to reinsure entities abroad while retaining just 400bn/- annually. In cutting down the figure and boost the retention ratio, the Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority (TIRA) has issued Circular No. 55/2017 effective first day of January, next year (01-01-2018), setting out conditions for dealing with foreign reinsurers and brokers.

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BLOOD testing services at the National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS) may soon become automated, a move expected to address human errors and improve efficiency, it has been learnt.

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… so declares TPDF, after 14 soldiers were killed and 44 were wounded in DRC

THE TANZANIA People’s Defence Forces (TPDF) has emphatically vowed that last week’s attack on Tanzanian peacekeepers in DR Congo won’t dishearten them, but had on the contrary energized their zeal, bravery and commitment in discharging their duties.

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THE Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) National Chairman, President John Magufuli, has made an impassioned appeal to the youth to fashion themselves into major drivers of the country’s political and economic transitions.

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ACTIVISTS fighting gender violence have called for a shift of sexual corruption handling procedures to the Penal Code, away from the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB), arguing that the latter’s punishments are too lenient.

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THE outgoing chairperson of UVCCM, the youth wing of the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM), Sadifa Juma Khamis, who is being detained by the anti-corruption watchdog, is likely to be arraigned any time from today, it has been confirmed.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday signed documents for the release of the 61 inmates who were on death row, a day after pardoning a total of 8,157 prisoners during the Uhuru fete in Dodoma on Saturday.

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THE Deputy Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development, Ms Angellah Mabula, has directed the Tanga regional leadership and land commissioner seven days within which to prepare and submit to her, a report on all undeveloped farms in the region, for initiation of repossession procedures.

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MEMBERS of Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) have described the recent consultations with the government on the ongoing current taxation system as positive step towards improving business environment and stimulating investments growth in the country.

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Ruling CCM national chairman Dr John Magufuli has just told Ruling Chama cha Mapinduzi National Youth Wing members (UV-CCM) to be careful not to choose corrupt leaders.

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… 8,000 prisoners, ‘Babu Seya’ et al set free

The noose that has been hanging over 61 inmates was yesterday cut off after President John Magufuli announced a historic pardon that also saw 8,157 prisoners walking free.

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THE Commander-in- Chief of the defence forces, President John Magufuli, yesterday hailed the country’s development drive, over five decades of independence, referring to it as a success story.

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EVIDENCE shows that with proper engagement of different stakeholders that can tap into the spa and wellness industry that is rapidly emerging on the continent, there is much to be gained.

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THE government and development stakeholders have been urged to rely on the open mapped data results to implement various projects.

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THE National Environment Management Council (NEMC) has called upon investors in the industrial and mining sectors to observe environmental precautions and compliance before investing in the country.

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President John Pombe Magufuli has today granted presidential pardon to the Congolese musician, Nguza Viking alias ‘Babu Seya’ and his son Johnson Nguza alias ‘Papii Kocha’ who were serving a life sentence for defiling and raping minors.

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THE government has embarked on various water and sanitation projects to expand the country’s sewerage network. Minister for Water and Irrigation, Engineer Isack Kamwelwe said this in Dar es Salaam yesterday when he met with representatives from French Development Agency (AFD).

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TANZANIA Weight and Measures Agency has continued with their exercise of conducting impromptu visits to cashew nut trade areas to control unscrupulous traders. The surprise visits, according to the officials, is determined to make sure that farmers get the right prices at the right weight for their crops so that they can benefit from their labour.

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BUSINESS Tycoon and former sponsor of football tournaments and Malindi Sports Club in Zanzibar, Naushad Mohammed Suleiman (63) and Ali Makame (36) have been arraigned in a Dar es Salaam court on economic crimes related to illegal exportation of seven bars of gold worth 1. 5bn/-, without a valid permit.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has censured the Tanzania Women Bank’s (TWB) poor performance and ordered restructuring of the bank to make it more competitive.

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HISTORY has definitely been rewritten as all roads lead to the capital city, Dodoma, to celebrate the country’s 56th Independence Day, to be held today.

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CHAMA Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Chairman, President John Magufuli has warned party members against involvement in corrupt practices in the ongoing intra- party elections and vowed to nullify results of the elections that were marred by bribery.

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. . . VP launches national patriotism campaign

PRESIDENT John Magufuli has directed all state leaders including the Vice-President and Prime Minister to use Kiswahili in all official duties within and outside the country. The President’s directive was issued by Vice-President Ms Samia Hassan Suluhu at the official launch of the national patriotism campaign held here, yesterday.

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ELDERLY people in the country have advised the government to provide human rights education and the principles of good governance for citizens to build a society that honours human rights especially to the elderly.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has expressed grief and shock as 14 Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF) peacekeepers died while 44 others were injured during an attack, Thursday night, in North Kivu, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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FORMER Speaker of the National Assembly, Anne Makinda has implored health providers to maintain basic decency and professionalism in their work so as to serve the people better.

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