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2018-01-17 Magufuli Bans All Forms of Contributions in Public Schools
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli has banned all forms of contributions charged to parents, guardians and relatives of pupils studying in public schools--both levels of primary and secondary schools.

2018-01-17 Relief for Dodoma Patients As Kidney Transplant Services in the Offing
[Daily News] THE government has revealed that the Dodomabased state-of-the-art Benjamin Mkapa Hospital will officially start offering kidney transplant services and other specialist surgeries by June, this year.

2018-01-17 'Fraudsters' Ordered to Pay U.S.$309,000
[Daily News] THE Kisutu Resident Magistrate's Court in Dar es Salaam has ordered two Indian nationals, Kalrav Patel and Kamal Ashar, to refund the government over 694m/- they occasioned as loss through fraudulent use of communication network.

2018-01-17 Industrial Sugar Crisis Deepens
[Daily News] . . . Bunge committee orders fast-track clearance of stalled consignments

2018-01-17 Charcoal Maker to Cut Pollution
[Daily News] A NEWLY made charcoal machine has been introduced to help curb problems related to unemployment, environmental pollution and conservation in the country.

2018-01-17 Business Registration and Licensing Agency Finally Cuts Red Tape
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Investors will from next month find it much easy to register their businesses in Tanzania, thanks to a new online platform set up by the Business Registration and Licensing Agency (Brela).

2018-01-17 Opposition Party Weighs Fielding Candidate for Kinondoni
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The main Opposition party, Chadema, has said it is still weighing whether or not to take part in the February 17 parliamentary by-election for Kinondoni.

2018-01-17 Is Tanzania Going Too Far in Banning 'Half Naked' Photos?
[Deutsche Welle] Bikini photos and sexy dance videos might soon be a thing of the past if Tanzania's government has its way. A number of artists have now been banned from posting their content.

2018-01-17 Licence Fees Review Attracts Women in Tourism Business
[Daily News] REVIEW of annual tourism licence fees will greatly allow small local tourism practitioners particularly women to participate in operating tours, the Chairperson of the Association of Women in Tourism Tanzania (AWOTTA) Ms Mary Kalikawe has said.

2018-01-17 Lowassa Now Hits Out At Speculation On His Future
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The adage that states that "Everything that has a beginning, has an ending" was demonstrated on Monday, January 15 after a former Prime Minister Mr Edward Lowassa ironed out speculations circulated on social media networks suggesting that the veteran politician was in plans of rejoining the ruling party Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) which he served for many years.

2018-01-17 Seven 'Fuel Thieves' Face the Music, Appear in Court
[Daily News] SEVEN people, including former staff of the Tanzania Zambia (TAZAMA) Oil Pipeline Company, Samwel Nyakirang'ani (63), allegedly linked to the theft of fuel destined for the Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA), appeared before a Dar es Salaam Court yesterday, facing three counts.

2018-01-17 Tourism Earnings Up By 4.2 Per Cent
[Daily News] EARNINGS from tourism rose by 4.2 per cent in the year ending in October last year to 2,148.9 million US dollars compared to 2,061.8million US dollars in the corresponding period 2016, due to increase in the number of tourist arrivals.

2018-01-17 Motor Vehicle Inspection Planned
[Daily News] MINISTER for Home Affairs, Dr Mwigulu Nchemba, has said the ongoing traffic operations countrywide have reduced the road carnages, revealing that the next move will focus on quality of motor vehicles that carry passengers.

2018-01-17 Magafuli Welcomes Six Envoys to Dar es Salaam, Underpins Economic Diplomacy
[Daily News] PRESIDENT John Magufuli has received diplomatic credentials from six foreign envoys who were recently posted to represent their nations in Tanzania, stressing on the need to promote economic diplomacy between Dar es Salaam and the countries they represent.

2018-01-17 Online Registration for Companies Begins Next Month
[Daily News] ONLINE registration of companies will begin next month after completion of preparation of an online registration system, the business registration and licensing agency (BRELA) has said.

2018-01-17 Private Sector Credit Falls Further
[Daily News] CREDIT to private sector declined in October last year due rise in risk premium associated with increase in non-performing loans and banks' preference to low risk government securities.

2018-01-17 Rukwa Villages Miss Fertilisers
[Daily News] ALTHOUGH consignments of fertilisers have been received in Rukwa region their transportation to the farmers in distant villages has been hit by snags.

2018-01-17 Magafuli Receives 6 New Envoys
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli on Tuesday received diplomatic credentials of six new ambassadors and high commissioners posted to Tanzania.

2018-01-17 Drama As Terror Suspects Strip in Arusha Court
[Citizen] Arusha -In a dramatic turn of events, terrorism suspects arraigned between 2012 and 2014, on Tuesday stripped of their clothes when brought to the court, arguing that investigations into their case have taken far too long.

2018-01-17 Jake Glaser - a Courageous Campaigner Against HIV
[Citizen] Moshi -It was during a recent visit to Kibosho Designated Hospital for Moshi Rural District, that he would introduce himself to the public.

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