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Maalim Seif anticipates CCM defeat in 2015

Maalim Seif anticipates CCM defeat in 2015 elections

Zanzibar. Buoyed by four-seat gain in CCM strongholds, the secretary general of CUF,and Isles vice president, Mr Seif Shariff Hamad has anticipated a defeat of the ruling party in the 2015.

Tanzanians want embassy in Qatar

Tanzanians request government to open embassy in Qatar

Doha: Tanzanians living here have requested the government to open an embassy in Qatar, which, they believe will help them in diplomatic, employment and other key issues while in the Arabian country.

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Business in 2014: Winners and losers

Business in 2014: Winners and losers

It is only eight days for the sun to set on 2014. So how has been the year as far as business world is concerned? According to analysts, 2014 has been a year of lobbying, advocacy, blame game, optimism as well as pessimism and takeovers; some sort of cocktail of mixed fortunes for business community.

Dawn of a new era for Rwandan exporters

Dawn of a new era for Rwandan exporters

In August, the government signed a bilateral export agreement with institutions and exporters that aimed at supporting the private sector players to increase the country's export volumes in the short to medium-term.

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'Carrick is the PL's best midfielder'

'Carrick is the PL's best midfielder'

Alex Ferguson believes Michael Carrick is the best midfielder in the Premier League and is convinced Manchester United will keep getting better as their injured stars return.

Cavani rated worst striker in Ligue 1

Cavani rated worst striker in Ligue 1 by L'Equipe

Paris Saint-Germain's Edinson Cavani has earned the second lowest score by French sports daily L'Equipe on Monday, with only Evian defender Cedric Mongongu on the bottom, making the Uruguayan the "worst striker" in Ligue 1.

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    NHIF Implementation Officer Catherine Masingisa addressing small entrepreneurs concerning the health fund
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    Fistula patients cheering after being treated at CCBRT Hospital in Dar ed Salaam
  • CHADEMA General Secretary Dr. Wilbroad Slaa(C)alongside CHADEMA Chair Mr. Freeman Mbowe(R)during the Central Committee meeting at JB Belmonte in Dar es Salaam
    CHADEMA General Secretary Dr. Wilbroad Slaa(C)alongside CHADEMA Chair Mr. Freeman Mbowe(R)during the Central Committee meeting at JB Belmonte in Dar es Salaam
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    Male relatives paying last respect to the late Aisha Madinda at Kigamboni, Dar es Salaam
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    Youths from higher learning institutions during a seminar on how to search for employment in the Youth and Employment exhibition held in Dar es Salaam.Left is TBL Supply&Sales Manager Lilian Erasmus
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    TAMISEMI General Secretary Mr. Jumanne Sagini(C) with the TAMISEMI Deputy General Secretary Kagyabukama E. Kiliba(L) showing a total of 2,500,000 science books which arrived recently

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    Mpakasi One on One With Natasha Mbowe and Salha Kibwana
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    Lessons in Entrepreneurship
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Public Bays for Blood over ESCROW

Members of the general public have urged the government to take action against ESCROW/Tegeta culprit following the misuse of alleged public funds.

Global life expectancy rises: study

People around the world lived on average to a ripe old age of 71.5 in 2013, up from 65.3 in 1990, a study said Thursday, noting the gains came despite big increases in liver cancer and chronic kidney deaths.

Global Inequality worst in decades: OECD

The gap between the rich and poor in a range of countries has reached its widest in 30 years and the trend has harmed growth, the OECD said Tuesday.

UN: $16.4bn needed to aid most vulnerable

The United Nations appealed Monday for $16.4 billion to pay for global humanitarian needs in 2015, saying the number of people affected by conflicts and natural disasters around the world has reached record levels.

Kikwete appoints new CAG

President Jakaya Kikwete has appointed Prof. Mussa Juma Assad the new Controller and Auditor General (CAG).

Business in 2014: Winners and losers

It is only eight days for the sun to set on 2014. So how has been the year as far as business world is concerned? According to analysts, 2014 has been a year of lobbying, advocacy, blame game, optimism as well as pessimism and takeovers; some sort of cocktail of mixed fortunes for business community.

WEEKAHEAD: TZS to gain while UGS falls

The Tanzanian shilling is seen extending its year-end rally against the dollar, helped by sluggish demand from importers and hard currency inflows from companies and charities.

Prices steadily rising as Xmas draws closer

As people prepare for the festive season, food prices in different parts of Dar es Salaam city have remained steady, except with slight changes in some food items and other non-food items like clothes.

Obama orders ban on Crimea trade

US President Barack Obama has ordered a ban on the export of goods, technology and services to Crimea.

Kenya shuts 510 NGOs

Kenya on Tuesday closed over 500 non-governmental organisations, including 15 for alleged fundraising for terrorism, as part of a security crackdown following repeated attacks.

KFC team fired after massive food loss

The concept of 'team misconduct' has been thrown into the spotlight with a Durban Labour Court finding that it was lawful to fire 11 people working on the same shift at a local Kentucky Fried Chicken outlet because of 'astonishing' stock losses.

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Gas revenue for social security, TZ advised

Tanzania has been advised to plan the use revenue from gas sector to provide social security to 75 percent of its citizens in 2025.

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