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2017-09-20 Govt Slaps Two-Year Ban On Weekly Newspaper Mwanahalisi
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Government decision to ban Mwanahalisi weekly newspaper has been greeted with an uproar by media stakeholders and rights activists.

2017-09-20 MP Wants Mining Company to Pay District U.S.$190 Million
[Citizen] Member of Parliament for Msalala, Ezekiel Maige (CCM) wants the Bulyanhulu Gold Mine to pay Msalala District Council a total of Sh425 billion in unpaid service levy.

2017-09-20 Former Minister Speaks About Accident That Claimed Relatives
[Citizen] Former deputy minister for finance Gregory Teu, whose relatives perished in a road accident in Masaka, Uganda, spoke about the loss of family members.

2017-09-19 Tanzanian City Gets New Sewage Scheme to Curb Disease, Ocean Pollution
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dar es Salaam -Wastewater treatment plants, to be built in a $600-million project backed by the World Bank and other donors, are intended to improve human and marine health

2017-09-20 SA, Tanzania Commit to Preserve Africa's History
[SAnews.gov.za] South Africa and Tanzania have signed various agreements to cooperate in the areas of culture, heritage and preservation of South Africa's struggle history for liberation.

2017-09-20 Govt Slaps Tabloid With Two-Year Ban
[Daily News] Director General of Tanzania Information Services (MAELEZO) and Chief government spokesperson Dr Hassan Abbasi.

2017-09-20 Fake Drugs Hold Back Health Delivery Efforts
[Daily News] THE presence of substandard and counterfeit products and limited access to affordable and quality medicines continue to be a major challenge to universal health coverage in low and middle-income countries, including Tanzania.

2017-09-20 Aviation Players Told to Fix Snags
[Daily News] THE government has tasked aviation stakeholders to come up with solutions for problems facing the industry, including a decline of cargo deliveries at airports.

2017-09-20 Improve Areas Set for Industries, PM Tells Coast Leadership
[Daily News] PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has directed Coast Region leadership to improve infrastructure in areas set aside for industries, to attract both local and foreign investors.

2017-09-20 AT Envisions Major Transformation
[Daily News] ATHLETIC Tanzania (AT) has outlined programmes to create a pool of young athletes, through the establishment of high performance Athletics training centre in Mbeya Region.

2017-09-20 UN Condemns Killing of Tanzanian Soldier in DRC
[Daily News] THE, has condemned the killing of a Tanzanian peacekeeper, serving with the United Nations Stabilisation Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO).

2017-09-20 Three Suspects Die, Seven Held As Police Tighten Grip
[Daily News] THREE suspected notorious bandits were killed and two others were arrested by the police at Vingunguti last Friday.

2017-09-20 Court Clears DPP On Drug Evidence
[Daily News] THE Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has won an appeal over refusal by the High Court to admit as evidence an envelope containing Heroine Hydrochloride valued at over 169m/- in the criminal trial of Lithuanian woman, Kristina Biskasevskaja.

2017-09-20 Dar Not Safe Haven for Crooks
[Daily News] THE Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) has rubbished the widely circulating claims in international and local media outlets that Tanzania's investment climate is unfriendly, causing investors to run away.

2017-09-20 Fix Power Line Within 14 Days, Tanesco Ordered
[Daily News] THE Deputy Minister for Energy and Minerals, Dr Medard Kalemani, has issued a 14-day ultimatum for completion of the Power transmission line at Gongo la Mboto on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam, as a part of Tanzania Energy Development and Access Expansion Project (TEDAP).

2017-09-20 JPM to Grace Simanjiro Road Project Launch
[Daily News] PRESIDENT John Magufuli will today (Wednesday), write history as he inaugurates the first ever tarmac road to be built in the vast Simanjiro district, Manyara region.

2017-09-20 One E-Passport, One Language, EAC Trade Starts With Intra-Trade
[Daily News] WALTER Rodney, a prominent Guyanese historian, political activist and scholar once wrote details in his book 'How Europe underdeveloped Africa' and many scholars took hats off to him while others saw his shortfalls in his school of thought and labelled it one sided, but perhaps, former Nigerian President Olesegun Obasanjo overruled it all in 1994 while burying Kenya doyen politician Jaramogi Oginga Odinga by saying: "Thank God Africa has been saved from many earthquakes and Tsunami, but the only earthquake

2017-09-20 Govt Looking for Financiers to Extend SGR
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The government is looking for investors to finance the construction of the remaining part of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) that will connect Tanzania with some landlocked countries.

2017-09-20 No Information Yet On TPDF Soldier Slain in the DRC - Govt
[Citizen] The government of Tanzania is yet to receive official communication on reports of the killing of its soldier serving with the United Nations Stabilisation Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (Monusco).

2017-09-20 Villagers Appeal for Closure of Gold Mine
[Citizen] Residents of Nholi Village in Bahi District have asked President John Magufuli to close down a gold mine in the area because it was being operated in contravention of the laid down procedures.

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