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Prof Benno Ndulu

20Jan 2017
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Assures local sugar producers of the government’s commitment to providing a conducive environment for investment as the country looks to further sweeten its sugar output
Speaking on a visit to the prominent Kagera Sugar Limited (KSL) company in Kagera Region, governor Ndulu acknowledged KSL’s “impressive track record” and pledged to help the company explore...

Joyce Ndalichako

20Jan 2017
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Ndalichako, who is Minister for Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training, was explaining to the parliamentary Legal Affairs committee about various education-related legislations...
20Jan 2017
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Acting Mbeya regional police commander Emmanuel Lukula said the tragic accident occurred at around 8.30 pm, in Kongolo-Mswiswi village, Mbarali District along the Tanzania-Zambia road. It...

Jamal Malinzi,

20Jan 2017
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FIFA disclosed in a statement yesterday said the appointment starts to take effect this year. The statement, signed by FIFA secretary general FatmaSamoura, revealed that the committee, which...
19Jan 2017
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Part of the explanation here includes over-reliance on rains, cane varieties and farming methods calling for improvement, and challenges relating to harvest logistics. With this, the recommended...

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), which also monitors wildlife, classifies hippos as a vulnerable species because of illegal, unregulated trade in their teeth, demand for their meat, and habitat loss

19Jan 2017
Henry Mwangonde
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The government says a new countrywide hippopotamus census is on the cards to verify reports that poaching cartels in Tanzania and elsewhere in Africa are killing them off to sell their teeth in a lucrative Asian market
According to a report dubbed ‘Fighting the Underground Trade in Hippo Teeth’ released by National Geographic in December last year, poaching cartels operating in Tanzania and elsewhere in Africa have...

Dr Mary Mashingo,

19Jan 2017
Shukuru Athanas
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It has also imposed a new ban on the importation of poultry products from all countries as a measure to prevent the disease, also known as avian influenza, which is said to now be wreaking havoc...
19Jan 2017
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Malawian media reported yesterday that the court had ruled it would be difficult to trace the suspects if they were granted bail because they are foreigners and could jeopardise investigations...
19Jan 2017
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The scheme had faced a series of setbacks, mostly due to problems securing financing which delayed construction. Project founder Carlo Van Wageningen said most of its 365 wind turbines had...

Shyrose Bhanji

19Jan 2017
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A motion moved by Shyrose Bhanji this morning and passed follows a cabinet meeting held on October 12 in Rwanda that passed a draft bill seeking to make Kiswahili one of the official languages...

Antony Mataka

19Jan 2017
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This follows a one-day visit led by Regional Commissioner Antony Mataka at University Of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) hostels construction site. The visit was meant to allow the delegation to see how...

JOHN HECHE

19Jan 2017
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The mine was discovered in 1950 whereas mining activities in earnest started in 2009 but it is expected to shut down in December because it has run out of gold reserves. After arriving at...
19Jan 2017
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According to TAZARA spokesperson Conrad Simuchile the signing ceremony, which will be held at TAZARA Regional Offices in Mpika, will seek to establish a partnership aimed at providing practical...

Mohammed Dewji

19Jan 2017
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• While the headlines might be all about falling commodity prices, here on the ground I’m seeing something different: an environment where private sector-led investments is starting to flourish
By Mohammed Dewji Of course, the past two years have not been easy for the continent. In 2015, an economic slump saw GDP growth slow to 3.0 per cent, down from 4.5 per cent in 2014. In 2016,...
19Jan 2017
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To the surprise of no one, political risk analysts predict that uncertainty created in the wake of electoral surprises in the US, Britain, and elsewhere, will give executives and investors...

The head office of Airtel Tanzania along Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road in Dar es Salaam. By mid last year, the company had about 3.9 million mobile money subscribers in the country.

19Jan 2017
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• The mobile network operator (MNO) said all 20-25 million customers using Airtel Money, the wallet service of the India's largest telco, would be migrated to payment bank
The company plans to tap into its telecom customer base and sign up as many as 100 million of them initially for the services, giving it a large base to keep off competition from digital wallet...

RC LINDI GODFREY ZAMBI

19Jan 2017
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The funds raised will be used to fund working capital and to conclude the definitive feasibility study (DFS) on the 70 per cent owned Lindi Jumbo Graphite Project, scheduled for completion in...
19Jan 2017
Joseph Mchekadona
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The Tanzania Chess Association (TCA) secretary general, Nurdin Hassuji, said the players who have earned a place in the two-week championship had excelled in a competition organized by the...

Joel Matip

19Jan 2017
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They are unlikely to give clearance because that would cause an outcry in Cameroon where eight players turned down call ups for the finals in Gabon, African soccer sources told Reuters. The...

Simba striker, Ibrahim Ajibu (R) battles for the ball with Mtibwa defender in the Mainland Premier League match in Dar es Salaam recently.

19Jan 2017
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The results have left Simba's points gap with closest challengers and rivals, Yanga, reduced two, as the latter claimed a slim 1-0 win over Majimaji of Ruvuma on Tuesday. Yanga's win over...

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