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These Terrible Reports On Uninspected Meat!

In the complex socio-economic lives that we lead, most operations are done on the basis of trust. We trust that the sky will remain blue and the sun will rise from the east and as long as things remain in the order we expect them to, all is well under the sun Full Story

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EDUCATION: Incubation programmes for graduates help in job creation
SOCIETY WATCH: Where will this gross financial management lead us to?
SPORTS WATCH: Ngasa move ought to boost local football
Vice President Dr Mohammed Gharib Bilal, Minister of State in the President’s Office (Good Governance), George Mkuchika (L), and Director General of Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau Dr Edward Hoseah attend opening session of summit of heads of prevention and combating of corruption bureaus from African countries that are members of the Commonwealth in Dar es Salaam yesterday. (Photo: VPO)

Lowassa: No vengeance

Former Prime Minister Edward Lowassa has dispelled fears that he will go for retribution to those who victimised him during his absence in the present administration if he wins the presidential seat in the October General Election, saying “for a God-fearing person doing so is detestable” Full Story

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30 Private Actors Set To Invest In SAGCOT To Boost Agriculture

The Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT), an inclusive, multi-stakeholder partnership to rapidly develop Tanzania’s agricultural potential, has said that delayed responses from public institutions and access to surveyed and titled land are the most challenges hindering the project from prospering Full Story

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Dar Golf Trio For Namibia

The Tanzania Golf Union is expecting to release a line-up of three players who will represent the country in this year’s Africa team event championship to be staged in the Namibian capital of Windhoek, later next month Full Story

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