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Oxfam embarks on enhancing disaster risk management in TZ

A Non-Governmental Organization, Oxfam Tanzania, has joined hands with the government of Tanzania to enhance coordination of disaster risk reduction and management in the country.
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Oxfam embarks on enhancing disaster risk management in TZ

A Non-Governmental Organization, Oxfam Tanzania, has joined hands with the government of Tanzania to enhance coordination of disaster risk reduction and management in the country.

Police continues to hold 19 Chadema agents

At least 19 people thought to be agents of the opposition Chadema are still being help by the police force, following the parliamentary by-election for Ukonga Constituency.
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Police continues to hold 19 Chadema agents

At least 19 people thought to be agents of the opposition Chadema are still being help by the police force, following the parliamentary by-election for Ukonga Constituency.

Over 100 leaders attend capacity-building training by party registrar

Over 100 political party leaders have today, September 19, responded to the Registrar of Political Parties' call to attend a two-day workshop that seeks to impart knowledge on the importance of political party institutionalization in the country.
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Over 100 leaders attend capacity-building training by party registrar

Over 100 political party leaders have today, September 19, responded to the Registrar of Political Parties' call to attend a two-day workshop that seeks to impart knowledge on the importance of political party institutionalization in the country.

Mbowe: We’re boycotting upcoming by-elections

In an unexpected move, Chadema’s chairman Freeman Mbowe has announced the decision reached by his party of boycotting future by-elections citing repeated violations of electoral law, rules and procedures.
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Mbowe: We’re boycotting upcoming by-elections

In an unexpected move, Chadema’s chairman Freeman Mbowe has announced the decision reached by his party of boycotting future by-elections citing repeated violations of electoral law, rules and procedures.

Chadema’s Makene still grilled by police, Mambosasa unaware

Chadema’s Communications head Tumaini Makene is still being questioned by the Dar es Salaam Police in the department of cybercrimes.
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Chadema’s Makene still grilled by police, Mambosasa unaware

Chadema’s Communications head Tumaini Makene is still being questioned by the Dar es Salaam Police in the department of cybercrimes.

Kenya tops Uganda and Tanzania in cancer deaths

Tanzania comes second in cancer burden among three East African countries, says a new World Health Organization’s Globocan report that analyses new cases among men and women.
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Kenya tops Uganda and Tanzania in cancer deaths

Tanzania comes second in cancer burden among three East African countries, says a new World Health Organization’s Globocan report that analyses new cases among men and women.

Bobi Wine return: Police ban crowds at Entebbe

Police in Uganda have issued what they have described as security guidelines for the return of Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine.
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Bobi Wine return: Police ban crowds at Entebbe

Police in Uganda have issued what they have described as security guidelines for the return of Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine.

Ejat marks its 18th edition

Media Council of Tanzania (MCT) has increased three categories in the Excellence in Journalism Awards Tanzania (Ejat), which will be held in April next year.
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Ejat marks its 18th edition

Media Council of Tanzania (MCT) has increased three categories in the Excellence in Journalism Awards Tanzania (Ejat), which will be held in April next year.

I’m returning Thursday to continue ‘struggle for better Uganda’- Bobi Wine

Kyadondo East MP, Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine has said preparations for his return from the U.S, where he travelled for specialized treatment following his alleged torture by security personnel last month, are complete.
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I’m returning Thursday to continue ‘struggle for better Uganda’- Bobi Wine

Kyadondo East MP, Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine has said preparations for his return from the U.S, where he travelled for specialized treatment following his alleged torture by security personnel last month, are complete.

Sisal production at Korogwe estates to resume

Sisal production in Korogwe District estates where a Sisal Smallholder and Outgrower Scheme is operating, is set to resume after resolution of a protracted dispute.
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Sisal production at Korogwe estates to resume

Sisal production in Korogwe District estates where a Sisal Smallholder and Outgrower Scheme is operating, is set to resume after resolution of a protracted dispute.

Muhimbili installs key cancer facility

Cancer patients at Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) will now spend less time to receive results of their medical tests following the installation of a new Sh308 million diagnostic facility.
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Muhimbili installs key cancer facility

Cancer patients at Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) will now spend less time to receive results of their medical tests following the installation of a new Sh308 million diagnostic facility.

End sugar smuggling immediately, says Prime Minister

Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has directed the ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment and that of Agriculture to immediately end sugar smuggling.  
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End sugar smuggling immediately, says Prime Minister

Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has directed the ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment and that of Agriculture to immediately end sugar smuggling.  

Chadema, govt spat over Lissu continues

The standoff between the government and Chadema over who is to blame for lack of progress in the investigation of Tundu Lissu’s shooting played itself out again yesterday in Parliament as government accused the main opposition party of failing to produce th
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Chadema, govt spat over Lissu continues

The standoff between the government and Chadema over who is to blame for lack of progress in the investigation of Tundu Lissu’s shooting played itself out again yesterday in Parliament as government accused the main opposition party of failing to produce the key witness in the case.

The pain of land titling charges

Land titling charges during land formalisation process are excessively high, a situation that prohibits rural Tanzanians from benefiting from the intended purpose, land stakeholders have warned.
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The pain of land titling charges

Land titling charges during land formalisation process are excessively high, a situation that prohibits rural Tanzanians from benefiting from the intended purpose, land stakeholders have warned.

End sugar smuggling, PM orders ministries

Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has directed the ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment as well as the ministry of Agriculture to immediately end the problem of sugar smuggling.
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End sugar smuggling, PM orders ministries

Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has directed the ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment as well as the ministry of Agriculture to immediately end the problem of sugar smuggling.

Govt: Chadema to blame for lack of progress on Lissu shooting’s investigation

The government has said Chadema’s failure to avail the driver of Tundu Lissu for questioning by the Police has stalled investigation on the shooting of the fiery opposition MP that took place last year in Dodoma.
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Govt: Chadema to blame for lack of progress on Lissu shooting’s investigation

The government has said Chadema’s failure to avail the driver of Tundu Lissu for questioning by the Police has stalled investigation on the shooting of the fiery opposition MP that took place last year in Dodoma.

Germany sets pace with opening of Dodoma office

The Embassy of Germany yesterday opened its liaison office at ‘Dodoma Plaza’, becoming the first country to have its diplomatic office in the newly declared capital city.
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Germany sets pace with opening of Dodoma office

The Embassy of Germany yesterday opened its liaison office at ‘Dodoma Plaza’, becoming the first country to have its diplomatic office in the newly declared capital city.

‘Caspian not seeking to control Tancoal’

Caspian, a local mining contractor, has denied claims that it seeks to control Tancoal Energy Limited. A source within Caspian told The Citizen this week that the company only wants an administrator to be appointed to manage Tancoal, which is not the same as
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‘Caspian not seeking to control Tancoal’

Caspian, a local mining contractor, has denied claims that it seeks to control Tancoal Energy Limited. A source within Caspian told The Citizen this week that the company only wants an administrator to be appointed to manage Tancoal, which is not the same as seeking control of the coal mining firm.

Ireland, WFP in refugee aid deal

The Irish Embassy in Tanzania yesterday signed an aid agreement with the World Food Program (WFP) Tanzania as part of the former’s efforts to support programmes that improve the income of people living in rural areas.
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Ireland, WFP in refugee aid deal

The Irish Embassy in Tanzania yesterday signed an aid agreement with the World Food Program (WFP) Tanzania as part of the former’s efforts to support programmes that improve the income of people living in rural areas.

Officers commanding police stations to face disciplinary action for holding suspects in the absence of a genuine reason, says Lugola

Home Affairs minister Kangi Lugola has said the government will start taking disciplinary measures against commanders of police stations if any persons would be held in the facilities for no genuine reasons.
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Officers commanding police stations to face disciplinary action for holding suspects in the absence of a genuine reason, says Lugola

Home Affairs minister Kangi Lugola has said the government will start taking disciplinary measures against commanders of police stations if any persons would be held in the facilities for no genuine reasons.

Tabora regional authorities upbeat over improvement of business environment

The regional government has said it is making efforts to try and improve business environment in all districts of Tabora Region.
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Tabora regional authorities upbeat over improvement of business environment

The regional government has said it is making efforts to try and improve business environment in all districts of Tabora Region.

MPs urged to consistently support paralegals

Members of Parliament have been urged to support paralegals and operations of other legal aid providers across the country to help poor Tanzanians to access legal services cheaply.
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MPs urged to consistently support paralegals

Members of Parliament have been urged to support paralegals and operations of other legal aid providers across the country to help poor Tanzanians to access legal services cheaply.

CCM picks Liwale aspirant

The ruling party, CCM, on September 12, picked Zuberi Kuchauka to contest in the Liwale Constituency by-election in Lindi Region.
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CCM picks Liwale aspirant

The ruling party, CCM, on September 12, picked Zuberi Kuchauka to contest in the Liwale Constituency by-election in Lindi Region.