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Simple Text Message Disrupts Fuel Industry

 The pen has been made mightier with the advent of instant mass texting technology that allows one to write a message and send it to multiple recipients across a given region and in this case across the country Full Story

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Tanzania Postal Bank director general Sabasaba Moshingi (2nd-R) and other members of the bank’s staff donate blood during a campaign in Dar es Salaam yesterday coordinated by the National Blood Transfusion Service and in which 30 members of the TPB staff took part. The aim is to collect 400,000 units of blood, but it was not immediately established how much of the life-sustaining liquid was actually collected. (Photo courtesy of K-VIS MEDIA)

Stations hoarding fuel will lose licences - govt

 The government has cautioned against hoarding of fuel at filling stations and threatened to revoke the licences of any behind the practice Full Story

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Three Community Banks Working To List On Dar Bourse

 Three community banks are in the process of listing their shares in the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) as a way of topping up their capital and upgrade clients to become shareholders Full Story

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Stars Should Prepare For Intimidation In Kampala

 Basing on the background of Uganda’s poor sporting hospitality background, visiting Taifa Stars contingent and fans in this week’s return leg tie of the CHAN qualifier must expect cold reception at its best Full Story

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