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04May 2017
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Lack of standards puts honey consumers on their own, especially when they move to screen the limpidness of the honey they buy. But with the support from the government, SUA researchers said they...

Information, Culture, Arts and Sports minister Dr Harrison Mwakyembe cuts a ribbon to launch an updated version of a book – So this is Democracy?’ – by the Tanzania Chapter of the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA-Tan) at the climax of World Press Freedom Day celebrations, held at national level in Mwanza yesterday. Others (from-L) are Tanzania Editors Forum chairman Theophil Makunga, MISA-Tan board member Lillian Lucas (holding the book), MISA-Tan chairperson Salome Kitomary, and Mwanza regional commissioner John Mongella.

04May 2017
Rose Mwalongo
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amid concerns over increasing incidents amounting to outright oppression of the media by state and other authorities. According to a report prepared by the Media Council of Tanzania (MCT), a total...

Jack Pemba

04May 2017
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Ugandan media were yesterday awash with news of the famously flamboyant businessman’s detention as he was about to fly out of the country via Entebbe International Airport on Sunday night. Sources...

Alias Shkuba

04May 2017
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According to a statement released yesterday by the US embassy in Dar es Salaam, Shkuba and two of his associates, Iddy Salehe Mfullu and Tiko Emanual Adam, were extradited to the US on...

Peter Serukamba

04May 2017
Felister Peter
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“We have failed to implement last years’ health budget by 60 per cent, yet we have allocated an increment of 25.9 per cent on the same in the 2017/18 fiscal year…this is impractical,” said Peter...

Laurian Ndumbaro

04May 2017
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The Permanent Secretary in the President's Office (Public Service and Good Governance), Dr Laurian Ndumbaro, said a special task force had been appointed to handle appeals, saying the government...

Suleiman Jafo

04May 2017
Polycarp Machira
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Deputy Minister in the President's Office, Regional Administration and Local Government Suleiman Jafo said here that in its effort to improve provision of education in the country, the government...
04May 2017
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He said that all people living within twelve kilometres of the main pipeline from Ruvu to Dar es Salaam would be connected to water, adding that the plan would increase access to the key...
04May 2017
James Kandoya
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WHO Tanzania Officer In charge, Dr Richard Banda, made the remarks yesterday when officiating the Training of National Data Coordinators from Africa for the 4th Global Status on Road Safety...

Drought is killing thousands of animals in Marsabit, in northern Kenya. The programme could bring crucial relief to thousands of families on the brink of hunger.

04May 2017
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The Kenya Livestock Insurance Programme (Klip) monitors forage conditions throughout the two annual rainy seasons, triggering payouts to pastoralists when vegetation dies back to critical...

Many resettled farmers feel left to their own devices

04May 2017
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It’s not going so well for him; nor for many others. Increasingly unpredictable weather and a lack of government support has made it all but impossible for Zimbabwe’s resettled farmers to...

The hunt for warlord Joseph Kony.

04May 2017
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But calling off the mission, focused on Central African Republic, has left the commander of Ugandan forces in the country frustrated and advocacy groups concerned that the failure to “kill or...

Rice and groundnuts are a staple food in northern Ghana, but local supply cannot meet the demand of processors

04May 2017
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Her friendly Dagbani greeting contrasted with the signs dotted round the Airborne Training School at the adjacent Barwah Barracks: “Death from Above” and, our favourite, “Meet with the Best,...

Aristica Cioaba

04May 2017
Joseph Mchekadona
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AZAM FC has refused to comment on the future of the side’s head coach, Romanian Aristica Cioaba, saying his fate will be known at the end of the season. Early this year, the Chamazi-based side...

Roy Mbowe

04May 2017
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Unveiling the two-month tournament, Roy Mbowe, who is Marketing Manager for EATV, said the event aims at unearthing basketball talents from across the country and is open to all players...
04May 2017
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The club, as revealed by its official, Zoeb Kaley, will field seven players in the tournament, organized by Kenya Darts Association (KDA) and brings together outfits from both in and outside...
04May 2017
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Basketball Dar es Salaam (BD) has organized the league, which is held annually, in an effort to improve the standard of the sport in the city. Mgulani will open the day by confronting Pazi and...
04May 2017
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• The competitiveness reports rank markets across 14 separate dimensions, revealing how well countries could deliver sustainable economic and societal benefits through friendly travel and tourism sectors
According to the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) 2017 Travel and Tourism (T...
04May 2017
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Together with investors in the energy sector, the miners have expressed displeasure with the accusations of short-changing the country and censured the widespread belief that they evade...
04May 2017
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• The World Economic Forum says that the travel and tourism sector in many countries around the world remains a bright spot in economic and job growth, but technological and sustainability challenges are growing
In their analyses of the 2017 Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report by the World Economic Forum (WEF), they say the region backtracked while other parts of the world have improved the...

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