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Pokomo farmers clear land to farm. This year's harvest failed

07Mar 2017
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But a lack of rainfall is not the only culprit behind the worsening water shortage. Ambitious development plans Kenya’s longest watercourse, the 1,000-kilometre-long Tana River, provides the...

Administrative divisions of Zimbabwe.

07Mar 2017
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Home-based carers can be found across Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second largest city, where they work with local clinics to monitor tuberculosis (TB) and HIV patients, making sure they take their...
07Mar 2017
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The deputy director of foreign trade from the Ministry for Trade and Industries Wilson Malosha, said the government will support artistes in tracking their works every time they are used in those...

George Lwandamina

07Mar 2017
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Unless miracles happen, the fixture has brought together two teams of contrasting weights. Unless something wrong happens, the match is expected to be one sided affair with Kiluvya United as...

Malale Hamsini

07Mar 2017
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While JKT Ruvu are completely submerged inside the relegation pool with 19 points, Ruvu Shooting which previously looked slightly safe, are surviving by a delicate goal difference over the...
07Mar 2017
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The buyers were drawn from pharmaceuticals, agricultural implements and inputs sector companies.The trade expedition ended last Friday. In the opening remarks at a meeting between the buyers and...
07Mar 2017
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Louis Coetzee, CEO of Kibo Mining, said: “Completion of all the ESIA work marks another major step forward in the development of the MCPP, which has now reached a very advanced stage of...
07Mar 2017
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• A global water crisis is looming which threatens to dislocate supply chains unless conservation begins now
And that is of particular concern to business. A problem exacerbated by global changes to our climate, a sustainable supply of good-quality water can no longer be relied on by companies looking...

Abdi Mohamed, the managing director of Barclays Tanzania.

07Mar 2017
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• Tanzania’s mobile footprint compares favourably with its banking penetration, which, according to the World Bank, stands at around one-fifth of the population
The number of Tanzanians with mobile money accounts rose to 18.08 million – or 35 per cent of the population – by the fourth quarter of last year, according to the Tanzania Communications...

Samia Suluhu Hassan

07Mar 2017
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Recently, Comoros and Burundi are among the African states which have asked to join the giant economic community of central African states. Tanzania currently chairs SADC’s Peace and...
07Mar 2017
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Acting Mbeya Regional Police Commander Emmanuel Lukula told reporters yesterday that there were five suspected gangsters who were planning to carjack vehicles. He said that the incident occurred...
07Mar 2017
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and Justice Tujilane Rose Chizumila from Malawi were sworn-in yesterday at the seat of the African Court in Arusha. The two replaced Justice Fatsah Ouguergouz (Algeria) and Justice Duncan...

DRUG

07Mar 2017
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Speaking to journalists here Sunday, residents here said while the use of drugs was done in hiding elsewhere in Zanzibar, at Nungwi the banned substances were being used in the open, exposing...

Dr.Charles Tizeba (right) with the FAO Country Representative, Mr. Fred Kafeero

07Mar 2017
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The signing event was held between FAO country representative, Fred Kafeero, and Tanzania’s Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Eng Mathew Mtigumwe....
07Mar 2017
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In a widely circulated post to social media networks, Lissu said he was not immediately told by law enforcers why they were apprehending him again right after dropping another case for which he...
07Mar 2017
Aisia Rweyemamu
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The Ministry of Energy and Minerals, acting on instructions from President John Magufuli, last week announced a total ban on the export of mineral sands for processing abroad, saying the...

ROGERS SIANGA

07Mar 2017
Henry Mwangonde
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According to drugs czar Rogers Sianga, the anti-narcotics agency is now seeking to control supply, demand and harmful effects instead of arresting and interrogating people willy-nilly
“There is no way we can use the same strategy and approach for over 40 years when almost the whole world is changing its ways of dealing with the problem,” DCEC director general Rogers...
06Mar 2017
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Through the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) the project aimed at delivering technical assistance to seven countries including Tanzania in specific areas of customs...
06Mar 2017
Beatrice Philemon
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will gather in Addis Ababa, today for grain buyer mission to enhance economic cooperation and integration among the countries. Eastern Africa Grain Council (EAGC) Country Manager - Tanzania,...
06Mar 2017
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Turns out, the tribe has somewhat recently become aware that brands are "profiting at the tribe’s expense," namely, by using the Maasai name without the authorisation to do so. Thus, Maasai...

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