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Why So Few People In Tanzania Use Banks

Access to financial services on mainland Tanzania as well as in Zanzibar is extremely low. Nearly 90 per cent of the people do not have a bank account Full Story

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EDUCATION: Is our education system preparing self-reliant, responsible citizens?
SOCIETY WATCH: Failure to fast-track new constitution may be a blessing in disguise
SPORTS WATCH: Local cricket needs to get back on track
ABANDONED & FORGOTTEN ABOUT: Water treatment plant at Bariadi in Simiyu District, whose construction was completed in 2009 but which has become a white elephant, without even a single drop of water ever having passed through it and little indication that anyone still cares to remember that it was built for a reason. Bariadi Water Authority director Richard Magwizi was a few days ago on record as saying the project has failed to take off after a nearby dam, the only source of water in the area, went dry chiefly owing to silting resulting from agriculture and other ‘development’ activities. (Photo: Correspondent Salehe Edward)

Death toll from floods now 17

Four more bodies were yesterday recovered by the police in Dar es Salaam bringing to 17 the number of deaths from the recent floods that roads and bridges in the city and Coast Region Full Story

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'Work With Journos To See Your Works Reach The People'

Scientists and researchers working on biotechnology to improve agricultural productivity have been urged to come out and closely work with journalists so as to educate the general public on the importance of their scientific works to boost the economy Full Story

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BFT To Coordinate Professional Bouts

The Boxing Federation of Tanzania (BFT) said all is set to start organising and managing professional boxing events in the country with effect from June this year Full Story

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