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Prof. Benno Ndullu

21Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Exports are a major component of Tanzania’s non-capital transactions whose tremendous surge in recent years a greatly helped to drastically reduce the current account and balance of payment (BOP)...
20Oct 2016
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Uranium One vice president and chief operational officer, Andre Shutov said it’s up to the government to consider a time frame when the country can have using nuclear energy. “Between Rosatom and...
20Oct 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian
Estherine Fotabong , the NEPAD agency’s director of Programme made the remarks recently when speaking at the 2nd Afica Climate Smart Agriculture Alliance Forum in Nairobi, Kenya. She said “ Most...

AFDB President Akin Adeshina

20Oct 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian
Organised by the African Development Bank (AfDB), the conference will provide an opportunity to assess the impact of current growth strategies in Africa, focusing on the agricultural and industrial...
20Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Almost all of the participating teams in the league, Sanga said, have been expressing lack of impartiality whenever the teams play away games, a situation that has been caused by lack of sponsors...
20Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Obrey Chirwa opened the account for Yanga after 29 minutes as the defending champions progressed into the dressing rooms with a huge psychological advantage. Toto never loked like a side that...
20Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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The five-year facility was guaranteed by Export-Import Bank of China (China Exim Bank) and open to investors from China and Taiwan only. Standard Chartered Bank acted as the sole co-ordinator, book...
20Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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• Tanzania’s exports to India were worth US$208 million in 2011 before more than doubling to US$480.11 million the following year and reached US$752.17 million, US$1,293 million and US$1,149 million in 2013, 2014 and last year respectively
The amount was US$400 million more what the two countries traded together in 2011. Last year, they recorded a balance of trade of US$110, which was in favour of India. The trade deficit on the...
20Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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New Bank of Tanzania (BoT) data shows that the exports increased by US$446.6 million from nearly US$2.35 billion to US$2.79 billion during the two periods. According to the Economic Bulletin for...
20Oct 2016
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• The current high levels of government debt and the sudden loss of steam in the growth of most of sub-Saharan African economies, are recipe for a possible economic crisis, in the not too-distant future
African governments took advantage of the high commodity prices at that time and started issuing Eurobonds. These debt investments, usually denominated in dollars, offer flexibility and liquidity...

New judges for the Court of Appeal being sworn-in in Ghana. Photo: FH Communications Bureau

20Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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On top of the list was the police (89%), while national government officials (86%) came second. The judiciary tied for third place with the Ghana Revenue Authority. The survey was conducted by...

Professor Elisante Ole Gabriel, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Information, Culture, Artists and Sports, insists a point during the UN Week youth Symposium.

20Oct 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian
Young people are heavily affected by Tanzania‘s urgent development issues with age and gender hierarchical societies reinforcing young people‘s exclusion in decision making from community to national...

Charles Mwijage

20Oct 2016
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
Among issues that the committee wants addressed in the report is who will run the Arusha-based company once it has been revamped - the government, a private investor, or a joint venture between the...

Students who are almost commencing their undergraduate studies in October should pay close attention to these in order to effectively consider their choice of field in college.

20Oct 2016
Salima Hamisi
The Guardian
It is so obvious that most graduates will find work in fields that are not directly related to their undergraduate programme. To mean that not all students that graduated in a certain field...
20Oct 2016
Abela Msikula
The Guardian
Mount Kilimanjaro, with its three volcanic cones, "Kibo", "Mawenzi", and "Shira", is a dormant volcano in Tanzania. It is the highest mountain in Africa, and rises approximately 4,900m from its base...
20Oct 2016
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
Liliana Jesus Fortes (32) was arrested with 2.38 kilogrammes of cocaine at Tanzania’s main airport on Tuesday at around 2 pm upon arrival from Uganda where she had stayed for one day. She...

Augustine Mahiga

20Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Speaking to reporters yesterday in Dar es Salaam about the coming United Nations Day, which is to be marked on October 24, this year, Minister for Foreign Affairs and East Africa Cooperation...

SUMATRA Director General Gilliard Ngewe

20Oct 2016
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
In the proposed amendments on the Transport Licensing Act, 1973, SUMATRA appealed for increased penalty rates from between 10,000/- and 50,000/- to 200,000/- and 500,000/- as away to curb road...

Robert Kisena

20Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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has shrugged off the reported defaulter tag pinned on it and maintains that what actually happened was a business ‘accident’ that caught many similar enterprises off-guard across the world....

NAPE NNAUYE

20Oct 2016
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
and grossly undermine media freedom in Tanzania. The country currently has the most dynamic media industry in east Africa in terms of outlet numbers and media concentration, but local journalists...

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