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What Ethical Practices For Posterity To Inherit?

What do we – today’s generation of Tanzanians – plan, expect or hope to leave those to come after us with on the ethical conduct and practice plane when we pass on?   Do we see any promise of future generations behaving or living any more ethically than us? And do we really care which way the winds is blowing now or will be blowing when we are gone?   In asking these questions we have in mind those in high-profile positions of power, authority or influence and those commonly looked to for leadership or guidance at the household level or in the wider sphere Full Story

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IPP Executive Chairman Dr Reginald Mengi (R) shakes hands with Malawi’s High Commissioner to Tanzania, Hawa Ndilowe, moments after they held talks on various issues when the envoy paid him a courtesy call in his office in Dar es Salaam yesterday. (Photo: Selemani Mpochi)

Sitta suspends five TRL top officials.

 Transport minister Samuel Sitta has suspended indefinitely  five top officials of the Tanzania Railway Limited, including Executive Director Kipallo Kisamfu, pending investigations into the importation of  defective  wagons  which resulted  in loss amounting to 230bn/- Full Story

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EAC States Working Hard On Single Currency Regime - Nchemba.

Deputy Finance minister Mwigulu Nchemba has attributed what the public sees as a delay in the establishment of the East African monetary union as legal processes that are conducted by member countries to achieve the strong single currency regime Full Story

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JKT Stars Impress In Ladies Basketball.

Dar es salaam's JKT Stars cruised to the semi-finals of the Tanzania Basketball Federation (TBF) women championship following a resounding 66-37 win over Lord Barden Secondary School in a quarterfinal tie played at the National Indoor Stadium in the city on Wednesday Full Story

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