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Success Of Babati Projects Should Serve As Inspiration

Agriculture, which is taken to include farming, fishing and livestock keeping, is widely viewed as the backbone of Tanzania’s economy and this. It is unfortunate, however, that most of these activities are still carried out in traditional ways of our ancestors Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Why Tanzania should invest in marketing their national parks
START THE WEEK: Corruption... 'the use of public power for private benefit'...but who nabs the beneficiaries?
SOCIETY WATCH: Tanzania`s tourism cash cow needs proper upkeep
Constituent Assembly security officials escort CA member Ally Kessy (C-foreground), apparently for his safety and comfort, as he leaves National Assembly grounds in Dodoma yesterday shortly after making controversial remarks in the House regarding Zanzibar’s place in the Union set-up. (Photo: Khalfan Said)

Radiotherapy machine at major hospital defective

Government's failure to release funds that would have been used to repair the  radiotherapy machine at the Ocean Road Cancer Institute (ORCI) has disrupted treatment of cancer patients and put their lives at risk Full Story

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Set Up Tourism Week For Locals To Promote Industry, Lawmaker Urges Government

The government and Tanzania National Parks (Tanapa) in particular, have been urged to emulate South African National Parks’ plans and strategies of setting up a tourism week so as to enable many locals to fully participate in promoting domestic tourism Full Story

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Ongala Says Yanga Were Technically Fit

Azam's stand-in coach Kalimangonga Ongala says their weekend’s Community Shield opponents Young Africans were technically better and deserved to post the victory Full Story

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