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THE government plans to bring back the National Shipping Agencies Corporation to restore sanity in maritime transport business in Tanzania by addressing on-going malpractices in the shipping industry.

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THE government plans to bring back the National Shipping Agencies Corporation to restore sanity in maritime transport business in Tanzania by addressing on-going malpractices in the shipping industry.

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THE word is out. President John Pombe Magufuli , who is the country’s commander-in-chief of the armed forces, has rolled out some 3,000-odd army jobs.

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THE construction industry is among the fastest growing sectors in the country. But, it is unfortunate that the industry up-to-date has no indicative costs and standards, something that gives room to exploitation, swindling and execution of shoddy jobs. And the government has chipped in to bring sanity to the sector.

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THE Tanzania Mainland Premier League enters its fourth round this weekend with three previous rounds heralded by Simba’s alarmingly high marksmanship.

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TAKE a walk into any government institution and don’t be surprised with handshakes, hospitality and all styles of welcome as civil servants warmly welcome you to share your feelings and work you have at hand. That is Tanzania in the Fifth Phase Government.

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MBAO FC Head Coach, Etienne Ndairagije assured the team’s supporters good results when they face Simba at CCM Kirumba Stadium tomorrow.

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IT is perfectly understandable why faint-hearted compatriots may liken the eradication of corruption as taxing as squeezing juice out of a stone.

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DEVIANCE, for eons, has been frowned upon and the society, especially in Africa, scowl at the social anomaly relegating all those who go against cultural norms and values to mere outcasts.

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SOMETHING must be done now to reactivate the Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA), which is nowhere in sight at the moment.

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IT has come to light that the health sector is keen on improving data collection. It intends to overboard the old-fashioned paper work system which is a fragmented, erratic and energy sapping procedure that frustrates stakeholders.

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AGAIN, the very people we had trusted with the country’s lucrative mineral sector have disappointed the nation.

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TANZANIA is known as a haven of peace and has for eons been praised for remaining stable in a region that has seen some of her neighbours having a brush with instability, terrorism and disturbances.

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EAST African Community Games have ended this week in Burundian capital, Bujumbura, hitting more than its desired level of success.

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THE Sumbawanga Zone of the High Court of Tanzania has thrown into jail four convicts, three of whom have been found guilty of conspiring to murder a person living with albinism.

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WATERWAYS are critically important in transporting goods and people, not doubt in that especially in developing countries including Tanzania, where they serve as avenues for local and regional commerce.

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SUPERSTITIOUS beliefs constitute the proverbial hard nut to crack. Anti-superstition campaigners shout themselves hoarse, but the message penetrates unto the targeted audience slightly, at best; and, at worst, it dissipates into nothingness.

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MUSLIMS in the country on Friday marked Eid al Hajj festival with a call from both political and religious leaders to the faithful and ‘wananchi’ at large to uphold peace and unity.

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I DO not think one must become a rocket scientist to note what is good and bad for a society in some ordinary cases especially during the rainy seasons to see how plastic bags clog drainage systems, or produce fume when being burnt that is not only lethal to human life, but also unfriendly to the environment.

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THE expression ‘Nguvu ya Soda’, which doesn’t quite fit the standard Kiswahili bill, is nonetheless one of the most familiar.

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IT’s a new dawn for cashew nut growers in the country, with plans underway to restore domestic processing of all produced nuts through revival of all dormant plant and establishing new ones.

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THANKS to technological advancements, one of whose by-products are video clips on wildlife behaviour, many human beings have been enabled to realize – with huge surprises chipped into the bargain – that there’s what may liberally be characterized as a human face amongst what we generally refer to as wild animals.

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INCREASING the number of the topflight league teams from the current 16 to 20 next season, has been among the changes unveiled by Tanzania Football Federation (TFFF), fine!

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THE envisaged first conference on Kiswahili under the auspices of the East African Community (EAC), which is slated for Zanzibar, is most delightful, coming, as it does, against the backdrop of the momentum that the language is gaining.

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FOR those who are directly targeted, the process of lancing boils (kutumbua majipu), a medical analogy popularized by President John Magufuli, is very painful.

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WE are proud to bring to you, our readers, our first edition for East Africa.

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LAST week, Isles President Dr Ali Mohamed Shein hit out at cabinet ministers who were apparently shunning away from his tours across Zanzibar in a bid to meet the people and assess their development projects.

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COMMUNITY shield clash is underway at the National Stadium on August 23, pitting Young Africans against their traditional rivals Simba, a clash that signifies the arrival of the new Premier League season.

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EGYPTIAN President Abdel Al-Sisi arrived in Dar es Salaam on a wet Monday this week. In our local scripture, that could well be a blessing.

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TANZANIANS are cheerfully waiting for the ambitious Hoima-Tanga oil pipeline project whose foundation stone President John Magufuli and his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni laid, recently.

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WITH the mineral dust still to settle, the committee formed by the speaker of Parliament, Job Ndugai, to probe contracts, operations and export of Tanzanite, a unique gemstone that is only found in this country, recently hit the ball rolling.

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HE promised Tanzanians prior to his departure to London, the venue of this year’s World Athletics Championships, that this time he will bring them a medal. Alphonce Simbu has done it.

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AS many farmers take their hats off to the fifth-phase government headed by President John Pombe Magufuli for having shown mercy on them by illegalizing irritating, unnecessary and unwise taxes on their farm produce, by some dishonest tax collectors, hope is resurrecting that farming should be given another chance as a source of livelihood to the lot.

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