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PUTTING research results into use is one of the best means to attain economic gain, and developed countries have relied on this technique for centuries experts have revealed.

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THE Wazanaki are an ethnic and linguistic group that lives in the heart of Mara Region to the east of Lake Victoria. In 1987, the Wazanaki population was estimated to number 62,000.

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THE committee of Arab countries’ diplomats in the country have applauded Tanzania’s voting for the resolution on Jerusalem last December 21 at the tenth special Emergency UN meeting on Israel’s unlawful occupation of East Jerusalem.

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LIBERIANS, the world of football and the International community celebrated and congratulated George Weah’s presidential victory in the West African country’s first democratic transfer of power after two devastating civil wars in more than 70 years.

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OF recent times, Form IV leavers, with passes in Mathematics and Science, have an additional line of professionalism they can pursue, at higher levels. That is “Multimedia and Film Technology”.

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Welcome to Masailand. Here, it is the men who make most news. Each man, invariably, is armed with a sharp spear, a carefully whetted jungle knife (sime) and a club (rungu) fashioned from the trunk of an African blackwood (pingo).

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MR Song Tao, has been working in Tanzania as a member of China Medical Team from August, 2007 to August, 2009 and from August 2011 up to now, a total of eight years and five months.

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IN 2006 a toothless goat made legal history in Kenya – and headlines around the world – when it appeared in court as part of a bid to sue the government over a plant deliberately introduced a few decades earlier to help rural communities adapt to drought.

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WORDS of praise were showered onto youth studying Multimedia and Film, at the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology’s (DIT). While on a visit to the higher learning institute on Friday, the Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe, also congratulated the students for the high level of ability they had obtained there.

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SHE has a calabash of water balanced on her head. Saafi Gwatema is her name. She is 18 years old. She is returning from a shallow well in Mogitu Village, Bassotu Ward, in Hanang District. All families in Bassotu collect water from this pond. Saafi is a Barbaig girl.

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BEFORE getting further into 2018, it’s worth taking some time out, to look at a conversation with the Managing Director of the Norwegian Copyright Development Association (NORCODE), Inger Dirdal.

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CONCERTED efforts are needed to ensure that unnecessary deaths resulting from malnutrition especially in children under five years are brought to an end. Investing in nutrition is essential for Tanzania to progress.

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Title: Contemporary Dar es Salaam

Author: Muzaffer Suleimanji

Publisher: Mkuki na Nyota

Editor: Mohamed Ghalib Jafferji

A PICTURE speaks a thousand words. This is especially true when it comes to a vibrant and appealing coffee table book. Typically, a coffee table book is a high-quality, large book of illustrations and photographs meant for casual reading.

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CREATING a film school in the Buyuni-Chanika section of Dar es Salaam has become a reality. That is despite the difficulties encountered over the last 13 years, since the Tanzania Community Civic Initiatives (TACCI), moved there.

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TANZANIA, it has come to light that some Lake Victoria fishermen take spears, arrows, bows and even guns to the fishing grounds. The main reason for this anomaly is that the fishing grounds are also battle zones these days.

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MOBILE phones are taking valuable time and replacing social settings

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THE wait at Marrybrown restaurant was 25 minutes. My friends were stuck in a serious traffic jam so I had to wait longer. When I looked around, smart phones were everywhere.

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THERE has never been only one entrance towards taking Art up, as a career. To a large extent it varies depending on the individual. For example, the Dar es Salaam-based Imelder Munyaga, says Art is in her blood.

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THERE has always been a variety of local musical forms in mainstream society. With traditional music and dance (ngoma) being an integral part of local life, now and then something would emerge with a slightly different blend or twist to it.

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MUCH has been said in recent years about the influence of information and communication technology or ICT on economic growth and social development. The World Economic Forum Global Information Technology Report suggests that the global economy is entering a fourth industrial revolution, driven by exponential growth in the adoption of digital technology and unprecedented increases in access to knowledge and innovation in data processing and storage capabilities.

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THE term big cat is typically used for largest living members of the panthera genus which are are lion and leopard but while you are visiting animals sanctuaries such as Ngorongoro, Seremgeti, Tarangire and Ruaha it is not possible to use these words without adding the cheetah in the list.

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HE has already served six months in office. This is none other than Emmanuel Macron, the French President who is taking a different approach, from his predecessors, as he looks forward to improving diplomatic relations and encourage an open and respectful dialogue with his African counterparts.

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FINALLY girls who wish not to be subjected to the harmful practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), in Butiama District have a reason to smile.

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AS some societies cling onto the myth of disability being a curse, children born with impairments continue to suffer due to lack of proper care and access to basic needs. It is thus believed that mothers have brought a curse into their family.

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THERE’S an increasing wave of youngsters in Africa saying the Creative Industry (CI) has a crucial role to play in the development of the continent. One person within this number is none other than the local girl, who is often referred to as an entrepreneur and artist, Jokate Mwegelo.

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As Qatar today commemorates its Unification Day, the Daily News sought a brief interview with ambassador of Qatar in Tanzania, Mr Abdullah Jassim AlMaadadi in which he spoke on a wide range of issues. Read the following excerpts to find out what the diplomat had to say

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Tanzanian peacekeepers in DRC

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I remember when I started my educational journey in the 1990s in Kagera region; we used to sing patriotic songs at our school. Every morning, we would line up, play the school band, sing and walk in line to our respective classrooms.

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PRIME Minister, Kassim Majaliwa ordered early this year that a fresh human population census and a cattle count be carried out in Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA).

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COMMUNICATION, from family to business level, is a vital component in our day to day life. Families have broken up over poor communication, and mega businesses have crumbled to dust due to poor communication strategies all over the world.

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ON November 30 this year I attended a seminar in Tabora about industrial parks. I hope you remember that President John Pombe Magufuli has declared that the policy of the Fifth Government he leads is of semi-industrial economy.

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FIGHTING is part of life.

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EATING or feeding behavior can be described as a process by which an animal obtain food, history tells us that about 400 million years ago earliest terrestrial vertebrates initiated the first feeding strategies.

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TOURISTS pose for a photo on their way to Tuvui water falls.

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CAN you imagine that you do not need to go to church to get holy water as it has been a culture for many Christians? It is only in Tanzania, at least for now, that if you are a spiritual person and you want to sip or collect holy water from the forest reserve, then, you only need to make a tour at the Holy- Water Point of the Nilo Nature Forest Reserve (NNFR).

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KHAMIS Faki Machanowas admitted into Mnazi Mmoja Hospital (MMH) in Zanzibar last month. He was vomiting blood severely. This was not the first time, for this 26-yearoldman to be brought there, in such a condition.

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ANTI-Retroviral Therapy (ART), commonly known as ARV is a direct and most scientific HIV virus suppression method.

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