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taifa stars

28May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) Information Officer, Alfred Lucas, said the team arrived in Nairobi in the morning. The team was received by Kenya Football Federation (TFF) officials before being...
28May 2016
Editor
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Which explains why Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training Minister Prof Joyce Ndalichako took everyone by surprise as she emotionally but methodically described how some universities...
28May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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It uses only 23 per cent of its 44 million hectares of estimated arable land for cultivation despite being blessed with suitable environment for agriculture, says Donath Olomi of the Institute of...
28May 2016
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an important first step to increasing food production and food security for local communities. The agreement was signed in Port Louis by Mahen Kumar Seeruttun, Minister of Agro-Industry and Food...
28May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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The launch is timely and in response to the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority call to consumers to encourage them to use genuine devices and stop the grey market. In such a...
28May 2016
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The leaders of the G7 group have said the world economy is an urgent priority and cautioned that a British vote to leave the European Union would seriously threaten global growth. In a statement...
28May 2016
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Another brutal crackdown on protests in Kenya resulted in at least three fatalities on Monday. This has been coming for several weeks, ever since the opposition launched its weekly demonstrations against the country’s electoral commission, and raises ser
But that’s just what has happened after a brutal police crackdown, once again raising the spectre of violence in the run-up to the 2017 vote. On Monday, deadly street fights claimed the lives of...
28May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Four days of an “inter-Burundi dialogue”, mediated by former Tanzanian President Benjamin Mkapa, has been labeled a “monologue” by the opposition. They are furious over the government’s decision to...
28May 2016
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The “Grand Bargain” is the name for a package of reforms to humanitarian funding, launched at the World Humanitarian Summit. Thirty representatives of donors and aid agencies produced 51 “commitments...

Zambian rose

28May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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But while mining remains important, it will never generate the number of jobs that Zambia needs to create for its growing population. A more diverse approach is needed. By Greg Mills and Dickie...
28May 2016
Karama Kenyunko
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occasioning a loss of over Sh1.3bn to Tanzania Electrical Supply Company (TANESCO) about six years ago. She was also ordered to pay back the 1.3bn worth the loss she had caused the national power...
28May 2016
Crispin Gerald
The Guardian
Speaking to reporters yesterday in Dar es Salaam during the opening of a photo exhibition, the programme manager for GIZ, a frontline German development cooperation agency, Dr Susanne Grimm said that...
28May 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
The Guardian
“REA should focus on these schools especially those in the remote areas whose infrastructures and environment has a lot to be desired,” she said, adding that the community schools lacked the...
28May 2016
Karama Kenyunko
The Guardian
Resident Magistrate Emmilius Mchauru withdrew the charges when the case came up for hearing and the prosecution led by Senior State Attorney Salum Mohamed informed the court that despite the...

mramba

28May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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accusing the top brass of consolidating a wide range of human activities at the water sources that deter hydro-power generation at the main production plants of Mtera, Kidatu, Nyumba ya Mungu and...

mulugo

28May 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
The Guardian
They said the move would help public schools have the required infrastructure before becoming operational. Contributing to the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology budget estimates for...

Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa took a ride on an UDART commuter bus from Magogoni Ferry to Kimara in Dar es Salaam, yesterday, when inspecting operations of the Bus Rapid Trans (BRT) project operated by UDART. Standing on (L) is the UDART Chief Executive Officer, David Mgwasa and (2nd L with black cap) is Veteran Daladala Stakeholder, David Mwaibura.

28May 2016
Abela Msikula
The Guardian
UDART Managing Director David Mgwasa yesterday told the Guardian that all commuter buses plying the Kimara-Posta-Kivukoni route had already been compensated. He was briefing the press during Prime...
27May 2016
Editor
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This treaty provides the basis for a coherent measurement system worldwide that underpins scientific discovery and innovation, industrial manufacturing and international trade, as well as the...
27May 2016
Muharram Macatta
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Anti-hoarding have been fairly common in recent times in poor countries like Tanzania at the moment and such laws were equally pervasive in the past. While these laws are ubiquitous, it is...

Tanzania’s textile industry which is suffering massive backlash from cheap bed-nets imports and already two such factories based in Arusha has laid off nearly 2500 workers.

27May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Global Fund for Malaria has already expressed intention of supporting Tanzania’s campaign against malaria by supplying 1.6million mosquito bed nets this year. If there were no snags in between,...

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