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Dr Charles Kimei

30Nov 2016
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The bank actually plans to open 11 new branches in different parts of the country by February next year, managing director Dr Charles Kimei announced yesterday. Speaking in Dar es Salaam, Dr Kimei...

PRESIDENT John Magufuli

30Nov 2016
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"Sometimes I forget and appoint soldiers whenever there is a vacant position... some politicians are even claiming that I am trying to militarise the government," Magufuli said in a video clip...
30Nov 2016
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…As foreign firms fret over new tax demands
At least six companies are rethinking their business and investment plans, according to Reuters interviews with senior executives at a dozen of the biggest foreign firms operating in Tanzania, or...
30Nov 2016
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
There are worrying signs that the nation could be heading to a slowdown as businesses record declining profits and banks face a spike in loan defaulters
crack down aggressively on tax evasion, step up the fight against high-level corruption, and withdraw hundreds of billions of shillings of public funds 'parked' in commercial banks. But one year...
29Nov 2016
Amri Lugungulo
The Guardian
District Commissioner Happyness Seneda announced the ban here over the weekend when speaking to livestock keepers who gathered at Minaki Secondary School to extensively discuss issues related to...
29Nov 2016
David Kisanga
The Guardian
The funds will see the sector double its contribution to the national gross domestic product (GDP) to US$1 billion by 2021 from the current US$542 million. Speaking shortly after signing the...

Anna Makinda

29Nov 2016
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“This law (marriage Act) discriminates women and girls…but the government is still reluctant to repeal this bad law,” said former Speaker, Anna Makinda, as she officially launched the first Women...
29Nov 2016
Karama Kenyunko
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charged with two counts including that of being in possession of government trophies worth 53.5m/-Sanjif is charged along with a manager from Nyanza Commercial Farm Limited, Dilipkumar Magnabai Patel...

Yanga players and coaches during the opening day of George Lwandamina training session in Dar es Salaam yesterday.

29Nov 2016
Letas Morice
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The coach started his new job in Dar es Salaam yesterday as holders Yanga gear up for title defence. Lwandamina, who took over from Dutchman Hans van Pluijm had previously enjoyed good tenure at...

Jeremiah Juma

29Nov 2016
Japheth Kazenga
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The team’s manager, Enock Mwanguku, said the outfit is keen on recruiting one midfielder and one prolific striker but admitted the team is, particularly finding it difficult to get a forward who will...
29Nov 2016
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Dar es Salaam Regional Cricket Committee (DRCC) has organised the event on behalf of the Tanzania Cricket Association (TCA) in a bid to raise the standard of the sport at domestic level. Aga...

Russian dancers Aleksandra Balabanova (L) and Daniil Blagov perform Adagio dance from “Scheherezada ballet by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov during a show at the Russian- Culture Centre in Dar es Salaam at the weekend.

29Nov 2016
Joseph Mchekadona
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The winning side’s scorers included Abubakali Ahmed, Symon Katembo, Sospter Steven and Awadhi Mohammed while the loser’s had Rashid Abdullah and Gustavo Yusuf on the score sheet. The recreation...
29Nov 2016
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• If governments can provide stability, the flight of hot money may leave African economies with a base of investors who are hardier and less prone to chasing the cycles of volatility
After the breakneck growth rates that characterised much of the region’s first decade in the 21st century, we are entering a more sober period. Regional growth rates have fallen pulled down by...

Donald Trump

29Nov 2016
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However, confusion prevails and many questions remain about the new president’s plans for global trade and investment. Shares and currencies have fluctuated wildly in the wake of Donald Trump’s...

Tito Haule

29Nov 2016
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• According to TCDC’s Registrar Tito Haule, poor supervision and management are the main obstacles that prevent cooperative unions in Tanzania from progressing.
The functions of the commission will thus be similar to those of the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) with regards to bank operations in the country. TCDC’s Registrar Tito Haule (pictured) told ‘Smart...

Of the 272,271 Africans that visited India in 2013, about 14 per cent were seeking treatment, the highest percentage of any region. Nigerians were leading at 14,637 patients, followed by Tanzanians with 4,319 travellers.

29Nov 2016
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With financing from Abraaj Group’s Africa Health Fund and the International Finance Corp. (IFC), the Mumbai-listed group is partnering with Kenyan investors and will break ground on a 130-bed...
29Nov 2016
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According to the managing director of Vodacom Tanzania Limited, which has now been renamed as Vodacom Tanzania Public Limited Company (Plc), Ian Ferrao, the telecom firm submitted its application to...
29Nov 2016
Muharram Macatta
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Rather, there is a continuum of various combinations of levels of key macroeconomic variables (e.g., growth, inflation, fiscal deficit, current account deficit, international reserves) that could...

Nowadays, breeders can get crops to put about 50 per cent to 60 per cent of their biomass into seeds.

29Nov 2016
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That's why all plants rely on a mechanism that defends against excessively bright sunlight by converting photons into harmless heat. But like someone who is slow to doff their sunglasses indoors,...

Algeria’s scientific research capacity was declining before 2008. New funding since 2009 has revived the sector, supporting R&D. The strategy is yielding more labs, publications and links with industry.

29Nov 2016
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Prior to 2008, the budget for scientific research was very poor, receiving only 0.28 percent of the country’s GDP (gross domestic product). The sector’s deterioration was reflected in Algeria’s...

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