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More women graduate on Isles

President Ali Mohammed SheinPRESIDENT Ali Mohamed Shein is happy with progress that has been achieved on gender equality as more women now graduate from universities.

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Passengers, agents in blame game over fares

Ubungo bus terminalIN what others view as benevolent extortion, bus agents have blamed passengers travelling upcountry for the year-end festive season for hiked bus fares.

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Economists give cautious welcome to GDP rebase

Finance Minister Saada Mkuya SalumECONOMISTS have expressed guarded optimism over the revised estimates of the size of the economy which expanded by 32 per cent to 70 trillion/- (about 43.8 billion US dollars).

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Katavi girl beheaded

UNKNOWN assailants beheaded a 16 year old girl, Elizabeth Richard. In addition both of her hands were chopped off and her left breast and her private parts were missing at the scene of the crime.

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Sumbawanga vote again today in civic election re-run

SUMBAWANGA District Council and Sumbawanga Municipal Council in Rukwa Region will re-run civic elections in several wards today, where elections were postponed due to irregularities last Sunday.

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Mwanza ginneries upbeat over contract farming deal

CONTRACT farming of cotton is taking shape in Mwanza as more ginners have invested in the sector. Speaking during a one day media seminar on Saturday, Kahama Cotton Company Limited, Managing Director, Mr Mohamed Shariff, said that nine ginneries have established a coalition.

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Trouble flaring between Rufiji herders and farmers

 

 

 

THOUSANDS of cattle graze freely and wreak havoc beyond the allocated land in Rufiji District, Coast Region as residents are concerned about the threat to the ecosystem, with tensions simmering between herders and farmers.

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UNESCO to boost science and technology in Tanzania

UNESCO is working with over 20 African countries including Tanzania to create national science, technology and innovation systems, to support national development priorities.

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TANICA readies to join DSE

THE Tanganyika Instant coffee Company Limited (TANICA) is in final stages to register on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) through the Enterprise Growth Market-EGM, it has been disclosed.

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Daily News Poll

Tanzania Mainland has marked the 53rd Independence anniversary. Are you satisfied with the level of development made?

Yes - 22.2%
No - 75.4%
I don't know - 2.3%

Total votes: 171
The voting for this poll has ended on: 2014 Dec 20 - 00:00