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We Must Carefully Weigh Politicians' Promises.

Once again Tanzanian voters are witnessing presidential candidates criss-crossing the country canvassing for votes in what observers believe will be an even contest between two major opposing political forces Full Story

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SPORTS WATCH: Will Twiga Stars perform well at the Games?
YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Civil society organisations trained on land matters
SPORTS WATCH: All Africa Games preps need to intensify
Vice President Dr Mohamed Gharib Bilal (C) shares ideas with British High Commissioner to Tanzania Dianna Melrose at the opening of the three-day international conference on “How Africa Ought to Address the Climate Change,” in Dar es Salaam yesterday. (Photo: Courtesy of VPO)

Govt to compensate for deaths, injuries.

The Government has launched the board of trustees for the Workers Compensation Fund (WCF), to handle, inquire and adjudicate matters concerning accidents, deaths and occupational diseases of employees Full Story

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Government: Apply Mining Licenses Online.

Ministry of Energy and Minerals on Thursday said changes made to mining and exploration license application system from paperwork to online has helped overcome loss of income and solved the problem of spent during application Full Story

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Stars Out To Outsmart Super Eagles.

Dar es Salaam fans are expected to watch a classic and entertaining soccer match between Tanzania’s Taifa Stars and Super Eagles of Nigeria in an eagerly awaited 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers match at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam  this afternoon Full Story

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