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2018-03-17 Rains Have Exposed Our Unpreparedness, Again
[Citizen] After months of extended drought, heavy rains have arrived. The switching of the two extreme weather events makes life difficult especially for farmers and pastoralists whose activities are highly weather-sensitive.

2018-03-17 Activists Warned Over 'Interference' in Scientific Research
[Daily News] NZEGA District Commissioner (DC), Godfrey Ngapula has urged activists to stop interfering in scientific researches and instead give them support to promote science and technology on agricultural activities.

2018-03-16 I Had to Flee My Home Tanzania for Doing Journalism. I Was Lucky.
[African Arguments] I dared to criticise President Magufuli and nearly paid the ultimate price.

2018-03-16 Cigarette Firm 'To Pay .US.$5 Million in Taxes'
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The government is set to collect over Sh12 billion annually in tax from a newly launched cigarette manufacturing firm, Phillip Morris Tanzania.

2018-03-16 Commuters Stranded At Bus Stations As Udart Suspends Transport to City Center
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Commuters using the Uda Rapid Transport (Udart) buses plying between the city center and other destinations are stranded in bus stages after the service provider suspended operations to and from the central business district.

2018-03-16 Heavy Rains Causes Floods in Dar es Salaam
[Citizen] Temeke -A downpour that lasted for half an hour in various areas of Temeke District in Dar es Salaam on March 15, this year, has caused some effects, particularly in the area of Mbagala Rangitatu.

2018-03-16 KPMG Launches Whistleblowing Hotline
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -KPMG Tanzania yesterday launched a whistle-blowing service.

2018-03-16 Fear As Bus Plunges Into Hippo-Infested River
[Citizen] Serengeti -A bus plying the Musoma-Arusha route through Mugumu plunged into a hippo-infested river at the Serengeti National Park (Senapa).

2018-03-16 Dar es Salaam Water Services Set to Improve
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Dar es Salaam Water and Supply Corporation (Dawasco) has set aside Sh62 billion for improvement of water services in Tabata, Kisarawe, Temeke and Kigamboni.

2018-03-16 Mbowe Arrives At Central Police Station As Directed By Police
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Chadema national chairman Freeman Mbowe on Friday, March 16, reported to the Central Police Station for questioning as directed by the Dar es Salaam Special Zone Police.

2018-03-16 Tanzania, Paris to Partner On Higher Learning
[Daily News] GOVERNMENTS of Tanzania and France have agreed to cement existing bilateral relations by fostering partnerships and strategies between higher learning institutions and research entities from the two countries as a winwin strategy.

2018-03-16 Govt Eyes Improved Hospitality, Tourism Service Provision
[Daily News] THE government has established new regulations aimed at overseeing operations of service providers in the tourism and hospitality sector in the country.

2018-03-16 Market Galore for Tobacco
[Daily News] PRESIDENT John Magufuli has assured tobacco farmers of reliable market and reasonable prices for their produce, thanks to the inauguration of a third cigarette making factory at an investment of 65bn/- in Morogoro by Philip Morris Tanzania (PMT), through a manufacturing agreement with Mansoor Industries Limited.

2018-03-16 Zanzibar On Spotlight As Business Forum Opens Today
[Daily News] Zanzibar -THE business community in Zanzibar is today expected to converge at the former chamber of the House of Representatives, to attend a business forum organised by the Tanzania Standard (Newspapers) Limited (TSN).

2018-03-16 TSC Moves to Resolve Teachers' Wrangles in Nkasi Schools
[Daily News] Nkasi -THE Teachers Service Commission (TSC) in Nkasi District, Rukwa Region, has advised the Acting Nkasi District Council Executive Director (DED), Mr Missana Kwangura, to refrain from arraigning Kabwe Secondary School Headmaster, Mr Jackson Mussa and one of his teachers, Mr Emmanuel Mbemba.

2018-03-16 Lissu's Return Home Uncertain - Family
[Citizen] Arusha -The family of the hospitalized Chadema lawmaker Tundu Lissu says his return to the country was still uncertain even after this week's operation on his joints.

2018-03-16 City Centre-Destined Rapid Buses Resume Services
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Usafiri Dar es Salaam Rapid Transit (Udart) buses have resumed transport to and from the City Centre via Morogoro Road following a brief suspension earlier Friday morning, March 16.

2018-03-16 Businessmen Meet Monday ... Buoyed By Magufuli Initiatives
[Daily News] AHEAD of the eleventh Tanzania National Business Council (TNBC) meeting on Monday in Dar es Salaam, the Executive Secretary, Engineer Raymond Mbilinyi, said yesterday that the council would capitalise on President John Magufuli's initiatives to promote industrial investments, win investors confidence and further improve business environment.

2018-03-16 We Have Money for All Mega Projects - Magufuli
[Daily News] PRESIDENT Magufuli has said the government has the money to finance all mega transport and energy infrastructure projects, thanks to a tax collection drive he launched that has boosted treasury coffers.

2018-03-16 Job Seekers Throng SGR Contractor's Dar es Salaam Offices
[Daily News] IN what can be described as response to the government's call, hundreds of Dar es Salaam residents yesterday turned up at the offices of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) contractor to request for jobs, barely a day after President John Magufuli launched the second phase of the project.

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