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BUREAUCRACY and inefficiency at Dar es Salaam Port is costing the country and six landlocked countries some 2.6 billion US dollars (over 4.2tri/-), a World Bank report has established.
US President Barack Obama will embark on his first major African tour later next month, visiting Senegal, Tanzania and South Africa, the White House announced on Monday.
EFFORTS by the government to promote employment opportunities and subsequently reduction of poverty will bear fruits if the third generation of mobile telecommunication technology (3G) becomes accessible in rural and densely populated areas.
CCM National Chairman, President Jakaya Kikwete, has not given a go-ahead to presidential hopefuls in the party to start campaigning ahead of the 2015 general elections as insinuated by a section of the media, a spokesperson has clarified.
MORE than 120 universities and colleges are expected to take part in the 8th Exhibition on Higher Education, Science and Technology (HESTE), which kicks off at Diamond Jubilee Hall in Dar es Salaam today.
FIRST Vice-President Seif Sharif Hamad on Monday expressed his concern over rising security and called on members of the security forces to spare no effort in protecting the country and its people.
TANZANIA Media Fund (TMF) has expressed its readiness to cooperate with media houses in developing creative business models that will transform their operations and products.
THE government, through the Ministry of Trade and Industry, will come up with a policy which will specify the standards for both imported and exported goods to ensure steady economic growth of the country.
THE Assistant Commissioner of Police in Zanzibar, Mkadam Khamis, has called on police officers to make gender sensitivity part of the standard police appraisal in order to fight abuse of women and children.