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PAWPAW trees thrive on Samora Avenue pavements after seeds were discarded by customers who bought fruits from petty vendors as captured in the Central Business District of Dar es Salaam, yesterday. (Photo by Mohamed Mambo)

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MEDIA managers and journalists from the leading Media institutions in the world have praised the Belt and Road initiative promoted by China. They have said that it sets the stage for a new world order.

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MOBILE phone firms have been urged to respect their promises and pay up for land allocated to their communication towers.

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MINISTER for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Ms Ummy Mwalimu, has directed the Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) not to issue medical referrals to any patient abroad, unless doctors declared that they were unable to treat him or her within the country.

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Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training, Prof Joyce Ndalichako

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AN impassioned appeal has been made to media practitioners to simplify the language used in scientific research outcomes, so as to enable ordinary people, especially farmers, to understand how to apply modern technology in their activities.

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TANZANIA is the most urbanised East African nation, with the highest influx of people to cities, municipalities and towns.

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FIVE of the six East African Community (EAC) member states have embarked on measures to control and eradicate cross-border infections for all communicable diseases in the region.

A roadmap for the first year of the project implementation is scheduled between next month and June, 2018.

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ROBUST multibillion development projects are currently under execution to transform the tourist city of Arusha, President John Magufuli said here, yesterday.

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MINISTER for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Ms Ummy Mwalimu, has directed the Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) not to issue medical referrals to any patient abroad, unless doctors declared that they were unable to treat him or her within the country.

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CHILDREN will no longer have to desperately wait for two years to undergo surgeries at Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH), thanks to the newly launched operating theatres.

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THE Vice-President, Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan, is today expected to open the historic Commonwealth Magistrates and Judges Conference which is to be held for the first time in Tanzania, at the Bank of Tanzania conference centre.

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ZANZIBAR President Dr Ali Mohamed Shein (pictured) yesterday swore-in various government executives, among them Dr Idriss Muslim Hija, who has been appointed new Principal Secretary in the Second Vice- President’s Office.

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TELECOMMUNICATION companies which have received grants from the government for constructing communication towers in rural areas should let residents know of the part played by the State.

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PLAYERS in the shipping industry have welcomed the envisaged National Shipping Agencies Corporation (NASAC), which they believe, will play a crucial role to improve efficiency, reduce costs and curb cheating by some unscrupulous ship liners.

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THE Police Force has with immediate effect positioned its officers in and around Mirerani mines to control activities taking place and restrain any acts of theft of tanzanite gemstones that can only be found around that northern Tanzanian area.

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CHINA will provide Tanzania’s maiden Geopark with 10 million US dollars (over 22bn/-) financial support.

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THE National Assembly has maintained that it had already released the legislators’ 43m/- to the treatment of their Singida East counterpart Tundu Lissu.

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NATIONAL Environment Management Council (NEMC) has started issuing provisional permits in three-day period in an ambitious drive to attract investments.

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THE Selous Game Reserve, one of the greatest wildlife ecosystems, has seen a drastic decline in elephant populations from about 45,000 in 2009 to a mere 15,000 in 2014, according to Selous aerial surveys carried out in 2013 through 2014.

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TWENTY per cent of the pupils who completed Standard Seven in Ilemela Municipal and Mwanza City Council (MCC) in Mwanza region are illiterate, it has been revealed.

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CHIEF Government Chemist Prof Samwel Manyele has called upon students to pursue science subjects to create enough experts who will assist the government in conducting scientific researches and clinical investigations.

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BOLLORÉ Transport and Logistics Company workers have raised a total of 95m/- as part of their support to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) programmes, including education.

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TANZANIA Media Women Association (TAMWA) has welcomed the appointment of Dr Asha-Rose Migiro  to the United Nations (UN)’s High Level Advisory Board on Meditation.

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PRESIDENT Ali Mohamed Shein yesterday graced the 53rd anniversary of ‘free education policy,’ announcing abolition of all contributions in secondary schools.

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CENTRAL government employees who are supposed to relocate to Dodoma, but will still be in Dar es Salaam come 2019 should consider themselves jobless, because even the State House will pack its bags in two years.

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THE Commander-in- Chief of the armed forces, President John Magufuli, has rolled out an employment mat to 3,000 new soldiers, in addition to the government’s own intention to hire more than 50,000 fresh public servants.

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AS Tanzanians and the rest of the people across the globe celebrated the International Day of Peace yesterday, the police force in the country has reiterated the need for youth to uphold ideals of peace, to help the nation prosper socially and economically.

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THE Tanzania Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has been asked to review the cost of issuing licence and tax deductions to licensees, in order to suit the current changes in the broadcasting sector.

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THE State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) Vice-Chancellor, Prof Idris Rai, has said that good relations with local and international higher learning institutions remain important in improving education at home.

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THE Surface and Marine Transport Agency (SUMATRA) Consumer Consultative Council (CCC) has unveiled its plans to provide education to road users about their rights and responsibilities in a move to reduce accidents.

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INDUSTRIES, Trade and Investment Minister, Mr Charles Mwijage (pictured) has directed all heads of relevant authorities to give full powers to their subordinates of issuing investment permits to attract many investors.

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MOST adult in Dar es Salaam are risking their lives by failing to get enough physical activity, Regional Medical Officer, Dr Grace Maghembe, has warned.

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THE Tanzania Education Authority (TEA) has given smiles to Msalato Girls Secondary School after carrying out a thorough renovation to the old educational institution.

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TANZANIA Tobacco Control Forum (TTCF) has raised concern about the increasing trend in tobacco farming and trade in Tanzania, calling upon the national leaders to assist farmers to switch off to alternative crops and find viable and sustainable markets for their produce.

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