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Emmerson Mnangagwa

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ZIMBABWEANS are today witnessing the swearing in of their second president since independence at a groundbreaking ceremony scheduled in the country’s capital Harare.

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Social Security Regulatory Authority (SSRA) Director General, Dr Irene Isaka

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SEVEN pension funds in the country will cease operations early next year after their merge into two entities.

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JUST a day after the disclosure of imported 36,000 metric tonnes of inferior petrol by the Daily News, coordinator of fuel imports has vowed never to allow the consignment into the domestic market.

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Minister for Water and Irrigation, Engineer Isaac Kamwele

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WATER authorities in urban and rural areas have until next June to reach 75 per cent of the population, from the current 55 per cent.

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TIC Public Relations Manager, Ms Pendo Gondwe

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REPRESENTATIVES of 20 companies from the Federal State of Bavaria in Germany jetted into Dar es Salaam early this week, to scout for investment opportunities, the Tanzania Investment Centre( TIC ) has said.

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TPA Director General Engineer Deusdedit Kakoko

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TANZANIA Ports Authority (TPA) has arrested seven people over theft of mooring ropes from international ships that temporarily anchor at deep sea.

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 President John Magufuli has sent condolences to the family, relatives and friends of former Dar es Salaam City mayor, Kleist Sykes, who died at Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday, this week.

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 The Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) said on Thursday it is seeing reduction in number of corruption cases in Local Government Authorities (LGA).

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HIGH Court’s Commercial Division yesterday allowed businessman Moto Mabanga to include BG International Limited in his application for amendments of orders in the 13tri/- landmark commercial dispute involving three gas blocks in Mtwara region.

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THE World Bank (WB) has expressed its commitment to offer further training to permanent secretaries in government ministries on the importance of public-private sector dialogue in enhancing efficiency in boosting economic growth.

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EXECUTION of the second phase of Dar es Salaam Bus Rapid Transit System (DART) is scheduled to start next June, thanks to the release of the 159.32 million US dollars (357bn/-) by the African Development Bank (AfDB).

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OVER 30,000 metric tonnes of imported petroleum products for local consumption this month have failed to meet the required quality standards, the ‘Daily News’ can confirm.

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OVER 150 artisanal miners in Mwadui Ward in Shinyanga region’s Kishapu District have invaded Williamson Diamond Ltd in attempt to forcefully take minerals.

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FORMER Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe will always remain a statesman who championed self-rule and true independence of Zimbabweans, independent analysts say.

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PLANS to establish the Rural Water Agency (RUWA) to fast track execution of water projects and boost supply in the country’s rural areas are in the final stages.

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FRESH details have surfaced over the last days of former Dar es Salaam Mayor, Kleist Sykes who passed away yesterday, that he usually visited the incumbent Mayor, Mr Isaya Mwita to offer him pieces of advice on how to rebuild the city.

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THE Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday sentenced Nyanza Commercial Farm Manager, Dilipkumar Patel, to 20 years in jail or pay 534m/- fine for illegal possession of 17 pieces of Lion claws, which are government trophies.

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THE government has announced its intention to transform the semi-arid municipality of Dodoma into one of the country’s green cities.

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LOCAL universities have been urged to help the government seek solutions for challenges facing members of the public, to enable the state attain its economic development objectives.

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EDUCATION stakeholders have challenged the higher learning institutions to conduct researches which would help the government to improve the education sector.

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AS officials from the Fire and Rescue Force were working hard to extinguish fire at Clouds Media Group’s building yesterday morning, Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) ordered the group’s radio station, Clouds FM, to pay a fine of 12m/- for contravening broadcast content regulations.

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EACH public health centre will be providing initial cervical cancer treatment by December next year in efforts to fight the deadly malady, the government declared yesterday.

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SPORTS betting has surpassed casino by becoming the top in paying tax to the government, ‘Daily News’ can establish.

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THE ongoing wave of defections by opposition politicians to the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) is likely to weaken the camp in its core duty as the government watchdog, independent analysts have said.

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ZIMBABWEAN revolutionary and veteran politician President Robert Gabriel Mugabe has resigned.

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THE ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM)’s National Chairman, President John Magufuli, yesterday warned members of the party’s National Executive Committee (NEC), against endorsing unqualified candidates for leadership positions at regional level and national wings basing on favouritism.

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THE Deputy Minister for Works, Transport and Communications, Engineer Atashasta Nditiye, has urged the TCRA Consumer Consultative Council (TCRA-CCC) to work on customer complaints concerning the suspension of free-to-air channels on pay TV services.

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TANZANITE traders have been cautioned to get prepared psychologically in legal trade of the minerals as the government vows to stop shoddy deals that shrouded the business.

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AFRICAN activists, entertainers and enthusiasts joined forces to voice out on the importance of enhancing peace and how to solve problems that disrupt harmony in African counties.

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MLELE District Magistrate’s Court in Katavi region has sentenced Katumba Ward Councillor on CCM ticket Jeris Baraka to three-year jail term over corruption.

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TANZANIA Building Agency (TBA) has extended the deadline for Magomeni quarter housing project in Dar es Salaam to March next year due to equipment scarcity.

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PRIVATE sector and individuals here have been urged to make good use of available statistics. Government statisticians are dismayed that it is only the government which uses data for national development programmes, while the usage is almost zero in the private sector.

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LOOKING to combat malnutrition in the country, the ‘Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF)’ programme has adopted a campaign which seeks to address health complications linked with consumption of unbalanced diet during childhood and pregnancy.

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