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Badilisha Lugha KISWAHILI

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Sub-Saharan Africa Lags On Poverty Eradication

 SUB-SAHARAN Africa, withTanzania no exception, is lagging behind on key development goals relating to safe water, income and health, even though the nation has benefited from a growing economy over the last few years Full Story

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Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa shakes hands with Tanzania Private Sector Foundation chairman Dr Reginald Mengi (L) moments after opening a National Economic Empowerment Council workshop in Dar es Salaam yesterday. (Photo: Michael Matemanga)

Tanzania's richest 10% own the economy - PM

 Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa yesterday laid bare the scale of economic inequality in Tanzania, saying just 10 per cent of the population owns the country’s entire economy Full Story

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Business, Tourism To Flourish During Kilimanjaro Lager Marathon

 Business people and tour operators have been challenged to take advantage of the forthcoming prestigious Kilimanjaro Premium Lager Marathon 2016 due to be held in Moshi at the end of this month Full Story

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Mgosi Still Looks For Season's Goal

 Simba striker Musa Hassan ‘Mgosi’ is still looking for his opening goal of the season after 18 rounds.    Mgosi who previously featured for Simba before trading his soccer with DRC’s Daring Club Moemba Pembe, then returned home, was signed by Simba from Mtibwa Sugar last year Full Story

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