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We Must Carefully Weigh Politicians' Promises.

Once again Tanzanian voters are witnessing presidential candidates criss-crossing the country canvassing for votes in what observers believe will be an even contest between two major opposing political forces Full Story

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SPORTS WATCH: Will Twiga Stars perform well at the Games?
YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Civil society organisations trained on land matters
SPORTS WATCH: All Africa Games preps need to intensify
Vice President Dr Mohamed Gharib Bilal (C) shares ideas with British High Commissioner to Tanzania Dianna Melrose at the opening of the three-day international conference on “How Africa Ought to Address the Climate Change,” in Dar es Salaam yesterday. (Photo: Courtesy of VPO)

ACT-Wazalendo bent on nationalisation

Alliance for Change and Transparency (ACT-Wazalendo) presidential candidate Anna Mghwira yesterday vowed to nationalise some “industries” if she is voted into power next month Full Story

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Set Aside Funds To Train MSEs Owners, Govt Urged

The government has been asked to set aside funds to train Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) owners through Small Industries Development Organisation (Sido), National Economic Empowerment Council (NEEC) and District Trade Officers so as to equip them with the requisite business management skills Full Story

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16 Dar Teams For Beach Volleyball

Efforts to develop volleyball in Dar es Salaam have garnered a boost as the region’s volleyball association, DAREVA, is expected to host the beach volleyball championship from September 26 to November 25 Full Story

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