October 01

  • Tanzania: New Constitution Boosts Gender Parity

    Daily News

    ON Monday, this week, the Draft Committee of the Constituent Assembly (CA) completed its work and officially presented the corrected version of the new Constitution for endorsement... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Doctor-Patient Ratio Falls As Its First Doctors Graduate

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    ZANZIBAR is in a celebratory mood as it gets its first ever medical graduates after many years of struggle. Zanzibar Medical School (ZMS) managed by the Ministry of Health, held... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Cation Project Pensioners' Money Safe in Social Firms

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    PENSIONERS' contributions to social security funds in the country remain safe and there is no any misappropriation of their remissions, as propagated by some people that the money... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Cattle Prices Up At Pugu Market As Supply Dwindles

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    CATTLE supply traded at Pugu auction market last week exhibited a slight decline across all the breeds, the situation that drove up prices. Read more »

  • Tanzania: UNFPA Donates Four Ambulances

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    WOMEN living in some parts of Zanzibar should be happy after learning the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has donated ambulances meant to improve access to maternal health... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Health Sciences College Wants Intruders Out of Land

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    THE administration of Zanzibar College of Health Sciences has asked authorities in the Isles to stop the ongoing illegal occupation of its land at Mbweni area. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Regional Power Project Planned

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    ZAMBIA, Tanzania and Kenya will soon enjoy reduced electricity costs following the envisaged completion of the ZTK interconnection power project. Read more »

  • Tanzania: New Tech to Bolster Mathematics and Science Learning

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    MICROSOFT in partnership with the Ministry of Communications, Science, Technology and Tigo Tanzania, have officially launched an innovative mobile education service called Nokia... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Six CA Members Reject Katiba

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    CONSTITUENT Assembly (CA) Chairperson Samuel Sitta was yesterday compelled to apply Provision Number 54 (4) of the Standing Orders to form a consensus committee to establish the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Crude Gins, Narcotic Drugs Must Go

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    A TOTAL of 248 villagers in Songea Rural District were rushed to hospital on Monday shortly after consuming a local brew popularly known in the locality as 'togwa.' Read more »

  • Tanzania: Experts Meet On Contract Farming in Africa

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    VARIOUS experts from within and outside Tanzania converged in Dar es Salaam for a two-day conference on contract farming in Africa. Read more »

  • Tanzania: CBE to Conduct Research On Technology and Trade

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    THE College of Business Education (CBE) plans to do research on the impact of weighing machines and growing mobile technology on competitive trade and entrepreneurship. Read more »

  • Tanzania: TRA, Bank Launch New Service to Ease Tax Payment

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    TWIGA Bancorp Limited (TBCL) and Tanzania Revenue Authority have launched a new service to help customers to pay taxes through a network of Tanzania Customs Integrated Systems... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Premier Touts Japanese Kaizen Approach to Boost Productivity

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    THE Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda has called upon local manufacturers to apply the Japanese approach of productivity improvement dubbed 'Kaizen' in order to strengthen industrial... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Fishermen, Residents Urged to Preserve Marine Environment

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    FISHERMEN and residents of coastal areas have been asked to protect the sea if they need to continue relying on its resources for their livelihoods. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Indecisive Leaders Disappoint Kinana

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    CHAMA Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Secretary General, Mr Abdulrahman Kinana, has condemned indecisiveness on the part of some government officials, who fail to make appropriate decisions... Read more »

  • Tanzania: MNH to Undertake 'Census' of Heart Patients Nationwide

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    THE Heart Surgery Department at Muhimbili National Hospital plans to carry out an investigation to establish the number of patients suffering from cardiovascular disease in the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Millions of Homes to Get Power Next Year

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    MORE than 14 million Tanzanians will be connected to the National Grid by June, next year, when most rural village homes in the country get lit up through the ongoing rural... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Dar, Ottawa Team Up On Skills Development

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    THE Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MOEVT) and Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) have partnered in the preparation of training on developing tools to monitor... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Copied Exhibit Stalls Hearing of Former Tanesco Boss' Case

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    PRESENTATION of photocopy exhibit stalled the hearing of an abuse of office trial of ex-Managing Director of Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO), William Mhando, his wife... Read more »

  • Tanzania: 2014 Miss Tanzania Contestants Counselled On Family Planning

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    MISS Tanzania Happiness Watimanywa has counselled this year's beauty pageant finalists on the importance of educating the public on the use of family planning to take control of... Read more »

  • East Africa: Alliance Dazzle in EA Bonanza

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    THE Alliance East Africa Football Cup bonanza ended here over the weekend with Alliance FC of Mwanza emerging the Under-17 champions. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Premier Touts Kaizen Style to Boost Productivity

    Daily News

    THE Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda has called upon local manufacturers to apply the Japanese approach of productivity improvement dubbed 'Kaizen' in order to strengthen industrial... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Simba Unfazed By Slow Start

    Daily News

    SIMBA are unfazed by their slow start to the 2014/15 Vodacom Premier League season and remain optimistic that they will get back to winning ways and challenge for the title. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Lack of Unity Blamed for Stalling Development

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    POOR relationships and lack of communication among key policymakers are some of the major causes of failure in achieving targeted development goals, the Coast Regional... Read more »

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