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12Jan 2017
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The most effective measure to help people to stop smoking is to impose high taxes on cigarettes, says the report by the World Health Organisation and the US National Cancer Institute. But even...

PRESIDENT John Magufuli

12Jan 2017
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President Magufuli made the remarks at Somanda Primary School in Simiyu when he addressed residents of the area during a ceremony to launch the 71.1 kilometre Bariadi-Lamadi road. “There...

Kassim Majaliwa

12Jan 2017
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The Premier made the remarks yesterday in Zanzibar during the launch of Kwerekwe/Fuoni road construction project that stretches 4.01 kilometres and which cost 10.7bn/- from the Road Fund. The...

Samia Suluhu Hassan

12Jan 2017
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She made the remarks yesterday in Zanzibar while laying the foundation stone for 252 residential houses at Mbweni area in Unguja as part of celebration of 53 years of Zanzibar Revolution....

Peter Lijualikali

12Jan 2017
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The 30-year old opposition legislator was immediately whisked away in the custody of law enforcers after resident magistrate Timothy Lyon handed down the sentence without the option of fine...
12Jan 2017
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The unidentified investor was working on extracting nickel on Ngasamo hill in the region. According to the president: “There is no way over one million people should be suffering just because...
12Jan 2017
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Repaying the principal loan amount alone may not be enough since there are a number of fees and penalties that often remain unconsidered, HESLB assistant director in charge of loans repayment...

Tanzania Human Rights Defenders Coalition national coordinator Onesmo ole Ngurumwa (L), Media Council of Tanzania executive secretary Kajubi Mukajanga (2nd-L), Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) executive director Dr Helen Kijo-Bisimba (seated 3rd-R) and other media stakeholders listen to one of their lawyers, Jenerali Ulimwengu (seated 4th-R), soon after the filing of a petition at the East African Court of Justice sub-registry in Dar es Salaam yesterday to challenge Tanzania’s Media Services Act as enacted late last year.

12Jan 2017
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In their petition, the Media Council of Tanzania (MCT), Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) and the Tanzania Human Rights Defenders Coalition (THRDC) are challenging sections of the law saying...
12Jan 2017
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By Matt Hamblen Despite the scale and potential harm from such attacks, there's wide recognition that corporate leaders, especially boards of directors, aren't taking the necessary actions...
12Jan 2017
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• The last year’s study finds 39 per cent of software installed on computers around the world in 2015 was not properly licensed, representing only a modest decrease from 43 per cent in 2013
WASHINGTON The findings come from Seizing Opportunity Through License Compliance, the new 2016 Global Software Survey from BSA | The Software Alliance. The last year’s study finds 39 per...

Razia Khan, who was one of the resource persons at Africa in 2017: Prospects and Forecasts in London yesterday, works for Standard Chartered.

12Jan 2017
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By Razia Khan This was largely because of the poor performance in its two largest economies, South Africa and Nigeria, which together make up about half of sub-Saharan Africa’s GDP....
12Jan 2017
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• In another report, Serianu, which ranks banking as the leading risk sector, says that African countries lost at least US$2 billion (about 4.4trn/-) in cyber attacks last year with Kenya’s US$171 million loss being the highest in East Africa
According to a new report, Tanzanians across the board lost US$85 million from the attacks by digital criminals in 2016. In a related development, software giant Microsoft says the country is...

Internally displaced people receiving training in the Democratic Republic of Congo

12Jan 2017
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BY Harald Henckel She has a little stand there, strategically located at the intersection of two main roads where passersby and commuters often stop to buy their food for the day. If...

Syrian President Bashar Assad.

12Jan 2017
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By PHILIP ISSA However, the upcoming talks, brokered by Ankara and Moscow, are still in doubt as Syrian opposition groups have yet to confirm their participation. Syrian activists...

Rapid growth and economic transformation should be seen as the main vehicle to lay the foundation for poverty reduction and social development.

12Jan 2017
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An argument that stems from early neoclassical economic growth models, and which has been very influential in discussions of economic development, is that social policies should not be...

These are simple techniques that you can do every day that can really help you to improve your grades and your life

12Jan 2017
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Let's all intend to do what we wrote down on our New Year papers because at the end of the day your resolutions won't matter if you didn't put any required efforts to achieve them. Literally...

Senior national soccer team ‘Taifa Stars’ striker, Thomas Ulimwengu, is among the players produced by the Copa Coca-Cola U17 tournament.

12Jan 2017
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Nditi, who coached Tabora team in the last year’s event, said it was the best platform for unearthing and grooming future stars for the country. He said the tournament has produced young,...

Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Nape Nnauye (L) hands the national flag to artiste, Nassib Abdul ‘Diamond’, who will perform in this year’s African Nations Cup (AFCON) opening ceremony in Gabon. Also in the picture are Dstv ambassador, Lucas Mhavile (2nd R) and the company’s official.

12Jan 2017
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Diamond, who will be accompanied by the rest of the members of his group, WCB, was presented with tickets for the trip by the Ministry of Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, in collaboration...
12Jan 2017
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Tanzania Wheelchair is under TTA and all activities involving are under the supervision of TTA and according to module of payment for competitions, the registration fee must come from the...
12Jan 2017
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Yes, we are once again having a go at the deteriorating state of the environment in our country particularly as manifested in the continued deforestation, a trend widely seen as defying efforts...

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