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Terminal 3 to boost JNIA traffic

PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete laid the foundation stone for the construction of the 518bn/- Terminal Three passenger lounge at the Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) in Dar es Salaam, which is expected to significantly boost the number of passengers at the country’s major air gateway.

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Special interest groups in CA told to be ‘specific’

 

CONSTITUENT Assembly (CA) Chairman, Samwel Sitta.CONSTITUENT Assembly (CA) Chairman, Samwel Sitta, has advised members who want their interests included in the new constitution to also consider the type of government they supported.

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LEAT fights to remove leaded paints from market

AFTER successfully leading a campaign which convinced the government to disband leaded petrol, Lawyers Environmental Action Team (LEAT) are now targeting to get rid of leaded paints.

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World leaders congratulate Kikwete for marking 50th Union Anniversary

President Jakaya Kikwete.PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete started receiving congratulatory messages from a number of world leaders on the golden jubilee of the Union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar.

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Tanzania Kwanza calls for public's patience over Katiba

TANZANIA Kwanza members are calling upon the general public to be patient and analyze all events that are taking place in the Constituent Assembly and make the right decision as the nation awaits the new constitution.

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Aids initiative lacks skilled personnel

LACK of skilled personnel in providing HIV care and treatment services at most health centres in the country is a major challenge facing the Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) in accomplishing its objective to curb the problem.

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New MUHAS facility to check treatment overseas

President Jakaya Kikwete.THE foundation stone for the construction of Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) was laid at Mloganzila in Dar es Salaam, amid hope that the project will help in saving the huge amount that the country spends in referring patients abroad.

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Judge blocks foreign bank from enforcing ICSID decision

THE High Court of Tanzania has temporarily restrained Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited and two other respondents from enforcing a decision issued by the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) over recalculation of power tariffs.

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Lack of education hamper natural resources development in Lake Zone

NATURAL resources sector in the Lake Zone is facing the challenge of preparation of environmental information statistics due to lack of priority in environmental issues.

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