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Too Much Rot At Dar Port

Dar es Salaam port was again in the spotlight on Thursday after Prime Minister Majaliwa Kassim Majaliwa paid an impromptu visit to the harbour, apparently after being tipped off about the rot being perpetrated in connivance with the Weights and Measures Agency (WMA) Full Story

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GUEST COLUMNIST: Is President Magufuli`s broom strong enough to sweep the EAC headquarters?
SPORTS WATCH: Women sports especially netball needs more support
GUEST COLUMNIST: Africa human rights record shameful
Former Director General of the Tanzania Railway Company (TRL) Kipallo Amani Kisamfu (2nd R) and his ten co-accused appear in the Kisutu Resident Magistrates’ Court in Dar es Salaam, yesterday, where they were charged with seven counts, including abuse of office. Photo: John Badi

Weights and Measures Agency chief suspended.

Two high-ranking officials with the Weights and Measures Agency (MWA) have been suspended to pave way for investigation following revelation that oil flow meters at the port of Dar es Salaam remained unused for about five years on the agency’s orders Full Story

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Canadian Miners Dare Magufuli.

A Canadian-based mining company has threatened to take legal action against President John Magufuli’s government if it goes ahead with plans to retake operations of the Buckreef Gold Mine owned by State Mining Corporation  (Stamico) Full Story

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Yanga Delay To Take Off For Champions League Opener

Tanzania representatives in the Champions League, Young Africans SC failed to leave on time for Mauritius ahead of the tournament’s preliminary round, first leg match against Cercle de Joachim SC set for today Full Story

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