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DAWASCO owes TZS 10.5b in water bills

DAWASCO, Security Organs Owe TZS 15b in water bills

Government water bill has hit TZS 15 billion of which security departments and Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Corporation (DAWASCO) are the biggest culprits.

EAC Media Awards competition 2015 launched

EAC media Awards competition 2015 launched

The secretariats of East African Community (EAC) and East African Business Council (EABC) have launched the EAC-EABC fourth Media Awards Competition.

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Goodlyfe selling like hot cake in Nigeria

Radio and Weasel selling like hot cake in Nigeria

East Africa's Dynamic Duo, Radio and Weasel are at it again. Just days after they released the video for their collabo with Nigerian singer, Wizkid titled 'Don't Cry', a Nigerian music download website has reported that the video registered 20,000 downloads on the first day only in Nigeria.

No apologies for standing up for our rights

Kagame: No apologies for standing up for our rights

The Twelfth National Dialogue (Umushyikirano) concluded yesterday with a resolve to work harder and smarter and to sustain policies and actions that helped Rwanda recover from the devastation of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

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  • Fistula patients cheering after being treated at CCBRT Hospital in Dar ed Salaam
    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
  • Male relatives paying last respect to the late Aisha Madinda at Kigamboni, Dar es Salaam
    Male relatives paying last respect to the late Aisha Madinda at Kigamboni, Dar es Salaam
  • 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
    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
  • 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
    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
  • Minister for Energy and Minerals Prof. Sospeter Muhongo(L),Minister for Mines,Energy and Water Development from Zambia Christopher Yaluma(C) and Minister for Energy and Petroleum from Kenya Davis Chirchir(R) signing MoU for selling cheap electricity
    Minister for Energy and Minerals Prof. Sospeter Muhongo(L),Minister for Mines,Energy and Water Development from Zambia Christopher Yaluma(C) and Minister for Energy and Petroleum from Kenya Davis Chirchir(R) signing MoU for selling cheap electricity

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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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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).

Njombe leads in new HIV and AIDS infections

The regions of Njombe, Mbeya and Iringa are still leading in the HIV and AIDS infections in the country, whereas Pemba and Unguja have the lowest rates of new infections, it has been revealed.

Obama orders ban on Crimea trade

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

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.

5 youths win Statoil business plans

Five youth from Mtwara have been awarded after their business plans were recognized as unique and potential for funding.

Petrol, diesel prices go down

The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) on Thursday cut the retail prices of petrol, diesel and kerosene due to the global oil price slump, in a move likely to further ease inflationary pressures.

TZ stands better chance in tax compliance

Tax experts are optimistic that Tanzania still has chance to improve its ranking in the next Paying Taxes surveys.

TZ performs poor in paying taxes

Tanzania has fared badly in ease of paying taxes survey after dropping one position in the ranking, a recent study shows.

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Oil,Gas in Spotlight at TZ Educational Fair

Education stakeholders are in high gear for the forthcoming Tanzania International Education Exhibition (TIEE) slated for December 17, 2014 to December 21, 2014.

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