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Cordial Relations With Kenya Commendable

The recent assurance by Tanzanian President, Jakaya Kikwete to Kenya that the country is all out to maintain the existing cordial relations with the neighbouring country in various economic spheres is a welcome one Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Government, stakeholders ought to prevent forest fires
EDUCATION: Is e-content enabled primary education, possible?
GUEST COLUMNIST: The UN has blown the whistle, but is East Africa on the right footing?
Mtera hydroelectric power plant manager Abdallah Ikwasa (R) briefs journalists at Mtera Dam yesterday on the impact of the drastic fall in the dam’s water levels. The current level is too low for power generation to continue. The giant reservoir is located midway between the border between Iringa and Dodoma regions. (Photo: Selemani Mpochi)

Jonathan, Guebuza to lead election observers

Former Nigeria  President Goodluck Jonathan will lead the Commonwealth observer mission at Tanzania’s October 25 General Election Full Story

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Petra Diamonds Injects US$22 Million Into Mwadui Mine Operations

Petra Diamonds has earmarked US$22 million for capital spending in two years at its Williamson mine at Mwadui in Shinyanga, which last fiscal year produced 202,265 carats, The Guardian has established Full Story

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Quickfire Goals Ravage Malawi

Two  quickfire first half goals by TP Mazembe striking partners  Mbwana Samata and Thomas Ulimwengu, were enough for Taifa Stars to wrap up a convincing victory over visiting Malawi, during the World Cup qualifier playoff duel at the National Stadium in Dar es salaam yesterday Full Story

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