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Burundians' Destiny Is In Their Own Hands.

What is happening in our neighbouring country, Burundi, should raise concern and anxiety to our country as well.   This is partly because Tanzania and Burundi have a long history binding them from the days when they were both part of the Germn East Africa Full Story

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The first upcountry-bound bus leaves Dar es Salaam’s Ubungo Bus Terminal yesterday afternoon after drivers called off their nationwide strike. (Photo: Halima Kambi)

Drivers call off strike

Commuter bus drivers have called off their nationwide strike and resumed operations  on condition that the government responds to their demands in writing by this morning Full Story

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Bagamoyo Port To Heighten Tanzania’s Image In World Shipping Business - CMHI.

The China Merchants Holdings International (CMHI), which is the co-implementer in the  development of Bagamoyo port and portside industrial zone project, has said the project will not only adapt to the trend of large-sized containerships and shipping lines alliance but would enhance competitiveness of Tanzania in port business Full Story

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Former Champs To Crown Yanga.

Mainland premier soccer league champions Young Africans are expected to be crowned their title as they meet dethroned Azam FC at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam later today Full Story

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