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  • Tanzania: Experts Fault Govt On 'Dirty' Money Laws

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    LOCAL banking experts have warned the government over the country's weak money laundering laws, something that expose the economy to syndicates of international criminals. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Maternal Mortality in Lake Zone Declines Significantly

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    MWANZA based non - governmental organisation (NGO) Tandabui Health Access Tanzania (THAT)/ Afya radio is conducting a research on maternal health services in three districts of the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Kigoma Farmers Promised Seeds

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    THE Minister for Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives, Eng. Christopher Chiza, has promised to give sunflower seeds to farmers in Nyamtukuza and Kakonko wards in Kakonko... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Population Fund Hosts Seminar for Youth On Vocational Training

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    YOUTH in Zanzibar have welcomed the government move to impart modern technical education and training to the young generation, saying it will reduce the unemployment problem in the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Innovator Worried Appeal for Funding Yields No Response

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    EXHAUSTED, Mr Ali Mahmoud Ali does not seem to give up the hunt for funds to develop his new electricity project dubbed 'Rahma Natural Energy'. It is almost six years since he... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Mzumbe VC Calls for Closer University, Industry Ties

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    INDUSTRY has been urged to work closely with higher learning institutions to find a lasting solution in the production of half baked and employable graduates. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Students On Teaching Mission

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    THE Kagera Regional Commissioner (RC), Mr Fabian Massawe, has commended students from various higher learning institutions for their decision to engage in teaching on part time... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Project Earmarks Sh16 Billion Cassava Processing in Kibaha

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    ABOUT 16bn/- has been allocated to cassava processing project expected to be implemented in two phases, jointly by American Company FJS African Starch Development Limited and the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Kikwete Hailed Over Regulatory Authorities

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    PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete would be vastly eulogised by his efforts of strengthening regulatory authorities in the country, a situation that has greatly contributed to the National... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Eight Arrested After Parts of Human Bodies Found in Dar

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    POLICE in Dar es Salaam are holding eight staff of the International Medical and Technological University (IMTU), including doctors, in connection with the discovery of the remains... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Climate Change Impacts Hydropower Generation

    Daily News

    CLIMATE change has been pointed out as a reason to decreasing electricity generation from hydropower sources, which has had an adverse impact on the economy. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Unions Oppose Cut in Retirement Payouts

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    TANZANIA Teachers Union (TTU) and Tanzania High Learning Institutes Trade Union (THTU) have expressed discontent over the Social Security Regulatory Authority's (SSRA)... Read more »

  • Tanzania: New Road to Unlock 'The South'

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    CONSTRUCTION of a railway line to connect Mtwara Port in Mtwara Region and Mbamba Bay in Ruvuma Region to ease haulage of heavy cargo along the Mtwara Corridor in southern Tanzania... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Mangrove Forests Under Siege of Illegal Human Activities

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    MANGROVES grow along coastal areas in deltas where cold water river enters the ocean. Tanzania is one of few countries which have been blessed with mangrove forests, with an... Read more »

  • Tanzania: One More Joined in Barclays Bank Sh400 Million Heist Case

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    THE number of people allegedly linked to the over 400m/- armed robbery at Barclays Bank, Kinondoni Branch, has increased to 12 following the arraignment of one more accused person... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Climate Change Could Mean Low Crop Yield, More Malaria Cases

    Daily News

    EXPERTS say Tanzania is currently suffering high economic costs due to extreme events due to climate change. The costs include low crop yields due to drought and floods, as well as... Read more »

  • Tanzania: All Schools Must Have Feeding Programmes

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    THE Acting Executive Director for Sumbawanga District must have won many a heart at the weekend when he imposed a two-week ultimatum on village executive officers in the district... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Ministry Pushes to End Illegal Water Connections

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    The government has reiterated its resolve to continue fighting illegal water connections that lead to disruption of services to other clients and loss of revenue. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Fastjet Go for More Routes Despite Loss Report

    Daily News

    FASTJET, the budget airline, which reportedly suffered over 80 million US dollars loss last year, will go on with its expansion programme that includes increasing the number of... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Aviation Watchdog Urged to Promote Safety

    Daily News

    MINISTER of State in the President's Office, Prof Mark Mwandosya, has advised the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) to draw up strategies for attracting more investors in... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Arusha Couple Nabbed With Arms

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    A MAN identified as HusseinYusuf Ally and his wife, Sumaiya Juma Ally, have been arrested here after being found with seven grenades and six rounds of shotgun ammunition in their... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Four Win Trip to Camp Nou

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    FOUR Castle Lager consumers have won an all expenses paid trip to Camp Nou, the home of FC Barcelona, after emerging winners of the Castle Lager World Cup campaign grand draw... Read more »

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