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China pacts to bring jobs boom

  • Super Kikwete Friendship Highway from Ukonga to Chamazi in offing

President Jakaya Kikwete poses with the Chairman of the China Agricultural University, Mr Jiang Peimin (left), and the university’s President, Professor K.E. Bingsheng, after being conferred with honorary professorship in Beijing, China, on Thursday. (Photo by Freddy Maro)MORE than 77,300 jobs are expected to be created in Tanzania once over 500 Chinese projects worth 2,490.21 million US dollars registered in the country until December last year become operational.

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PAC tells Police to go electronic in all payments

PAC Deputy Chairman Deo FilikunjombeTHE Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has directed the Police Force to ensure that all collections, including road fines are made electronically to help check all loopholes of dishonesty and increase government revenue.

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Treasury readies funds for voter register update

Finance Minister,Saada Mkuya Salum reading 2014/2015 national budgetTHE TREASURY confirmed on Thursday that it would soon provide the National Electoral Commission (NEC) with the required funds to update the Permanent Voter Register (PVR) ahead of the referendum for the proposed new constitution in April next year.

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Ministry directed to solve title deeds anomaly

Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Minister Prof Anna TibaijukaTHE Parliamentary Committee on Land, Environment and Natural Resources has directed the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development to iron out an anomaly where people are given title deeds in areas already allotted to the National Housing Corporation (NHC).

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Kagera RC hails NGOs for refurbishing classrooms

KAGERA Regional Commissioner, Mr Fabian Massawe.THE Kagera Regional Commissioner (RC), Mr Fabian Massawe, has hailed Pestalozzi Children's Foundation (PCF) of Switzerland and Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) for the timely intervention in constructing and renovating several classrooms at Nyakato and Karoshwe primary schools, in Bukoba District.

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MP pushes for suspension of Mv Victoria

A LEGISLATOR in Kagera Region has appealed for government intervention to suspend Mv Victoria from carrying passengers until it undergoes major rehabilitation.

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Pastoralists turn out low in measles-rubella vaccination

DESPITE a considerable turnout for the measles and rubella vaccination at Kitisi village in Iringa district, the number of pastoralists that showed up for the exercise was not satisfactory, it has been learnt.

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More efforts put in anti-poaching drive

THE government through Strengthening the Protected Areas Network in Southern Tanzania (SPANEST) project is training a rapid response team (RRT) that will be deployed to handle incidents of poaching in Ruaha National Park and its environs.

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New Dar commuter bus station now operational

AS the new Simu 2000 bus station behind Mawasiliano Towers along Sam Nujoma Road in Dar es Salaam commenced operations on Thursday, both commuters and bus operators have been urged to make better use of facilities within the stand.

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