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Loggers arrested for illegally felling timber in Malawi's Lengwe National Park being transported to remand prison in November 2016, before the start of their trial, Nov. 8, 2017. All were convicted and sentenced to prison.

19May 2017
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LAST November, rangers in Malawi's Lengwe National Park arrested 35 illegal loggers within the park boundaries as they felled timber with a half-million dollars worth of equipment brought in via...

Members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Energy and Minerals follow a presentation during the launch of a study on the Taxation and the State of Africa Mining Vision Implementation (AMV): A case study of Tanzania and East Africa, organised by Policy Forum, in Dodoma this week.

19May 2017
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IN February 2009, the African Union (AU) Assembly of Heads of State and Government adopted a continental framework to promote mineral resource based development and structural transformation known as...
18May 2017
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Bank of Africa (BOA) – Tanzania has marked its 10 years of doing business in the country with introduction of an array of technological innovations in its funds transfer services, which it says...
18May 2017
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AAR Insurance Tanzania Ltd has launched a new health insurance scheme designed to cater for students across the company, a senior official of the company said in Dar es Salaam yesterday.The AAR...
18May 2017
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Buoyed by its subsidiaries in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda the Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) boasts of exclusivity as the hallmark of its services. Currently the bank has 11 branches in the country...
18May 2017
Joseph Mchekadona
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TANZANIA’s athletics legend, Filbert Bayi, has congratulated athletes from his foundation for their extraordinary performance at the just ended East Africa U-18 championship which ended on...
18May 2017
Joseph Mchekadona
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TANZANIA is expected to field nine swimmers in the coming 6th FINA World Junior Swimming Championship slated for August 23-28 in Indianapolis, United States of America (USA).Tanzania Swimming...

Serengeti Boys’ goalkeeper, Ramadhan Kabwili (C), makes a save during the group B game of the U-17 African Cup of Nations finals against Mali in Libreville on Monday. The two teams drew 0-0.

18May 2017
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TANZANIA U-17 soccer team ‘Serengeti Boys’ head coach, Bakari Shime, has disclosed the side’s game against Angola in the group B of the U-17 African Cup of Nations finals, slated...

Policies should aim at stimulating industrial growth. Photo/File

18May 2017
Muharram Macatta
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Formal education represents a main determinant of economic growth and productive transformation. While economists find it difficult to demonstrate the link between education levels, growth and job...

As a student, you must have believed that you understood, grasped and actually learnt enough for your total years in college which isn’t the case. Photo/File

18May 2017
Salima Hamisi
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June is probably around the corner, patiently waiting for May to finish its’ term and allas, you realise the end year exams are just approaching marking the demise  of yet another study...
18May 2017
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THE worldwide community of museums will celebrate International Museum Day  (IMD ) on and around 18 May 2017.The theme of International Museum Day 2017 is Museums and contested histories: Saying...
18May 2017
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According to a top official from the Washington-based lending institution, red tape needs to be cut and the business community should have a say in economic policy making
ECONOMIC growth should be made more inclusive and the private sector should be allowed to take centre-stage for Tanzania to realise its 2025 middle-income targets, a top International Monetary Fund (...

President Magufuli

18May 2017
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DODOMA residents wishing to transact business involving land or pay property taxes will now have to wait until the municipal council properly assumes the duties of the dissolved Capital Development...
18May 2017
Polycarp Machira
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THE parliamentary committee on Industry, Trade and Environment yesterday urged the government to provide investment opportunities that are equally attractive to both potential local and foreign...

Presidenti Donald Trump

18May 2017
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A Democratic congressman has become the first to call for Donald Trump’s impeachment from the floor of the House.Al Green, of Texas, told fellow representatives in Congress: "This is where...

Minister for Industries, Trade and Investment, Charles Mwijage

18May 2017
Polycarp Machira
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AT LEAST 393 industrial projects worth $2,362.59billion, equivalent to 5.198 trillion/- have been registered in the country by March this, Minister for Industries, Trade and Investment, Charles...

Thomas Mihayo

18May 2017
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A delegation of 120 Chinese including seven celebrities yesterday arrived in Dar es salaam for a 15-day visit.The group which is expected to visit Tanzania’s thrilling tourist destinations also...

Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan

18May 2017
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VICE President Samia Suluhu Hassan has urged women police from the Southern African Region Police Chiefs Cooperation Organisation (SARPCCO) to fully participate in operations conducted by governments...

deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa shares a light moment with Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili Mosisili in Maseru, 22 June 2016. Photo/GCIS

17May 2017
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The election comes on the heels of Democratic Congress (DC) Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili losing a no-confidence motion in March in Parliament. His unwieldy seven-party coalition degenerated...

A child suffering from severe acute malnutrition receiving therapeutic milk at UNICEF-supported clinic in Loiyangalani, Marsabit County in Kenya. UNICEF in collaboration with partners is responding to the drought by providing urgently needed therapeutic feeding supplies. Photo/UNICEF

17May 2017
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Waterholes and rivers have dried up, leading to widespread crop failure and livestock depletion. At the height of the drought, surface water in most counties had either dried up or its level...

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