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TRA Should Intensify Sensitisation On EFDs

The recurrence of cases of traders in various parts of Tanzania, most noticeably in major cities like Dar es Salaam, Mbeya and Mwanza, staging strikes to protest the introduction of electronic fiscal devices (EFDs) cannot – and should not – be taken lightly Full Story

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Exim Bank Tanzania board chairman Yogesh Manek pours water on himself in Dar es Salaam at the weekend to signify his support for the fistula campaign in Tanzania. This was after he was named campaign team member by Airtel Tanzania managing director Sunil Colaso. (Photo: Guardian Photographer)

Elections valued most as agent of change - report

More than 70 per cent of Tanzanians believe that they have no say in what the government does and voting is the only way to influence it, according to just-released research findings Full Story

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Entrepreneurship Expert Gives Reasons For Low Youth Participation In Agribusiness

An expert with Rural Entrepreneurs Institute has outlined major reasons why the youth shun agricultural ventures as lack of practical oriented agribusiness skills and inadequate information related to clear policy implementations, available agribusiness opportunities and conventional education systems in Tanzania Full Story

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CRDB, Yanga Strike New Deal

A Mainland top flight stalwart Young African Sports Club has opened a financial partnership with CRDB Bank through launching premium gold card for its membership fleet in Dar es Salaam yesterday Full Story

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