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US$20bn in taxpayers` money stolen - Sitta
Posted Fri, May,08 2009
Source Guardian
Speaker of the National Assembly Samuel Sitta has expressed grave concern over embezzlement of some USD 20 billion in taxpayers` money in sub-Saharan Africa, Tanzania included.
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Bombs defused safely
Posted Fri, May,08 2009
Source Guardian
There was palpable panic among residents of Dar es Salaam`s Mbagala suburb yesterday as the time for detonation of 75 bombs drew near.
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Defence counsel pray for innocence of the accused
Posted Fri, May,08 2009
Source Guardian
Defence lawyers in the murder case involving former Dar es Salaam Regional Crimes Officer Abdallah Zombe and seven other police officers asked the High Court yesterday...
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Local banks interest rates hinder investments - Irish Ambassador
Posted Fri, May,08 2009
Source Guardian
The Irish Ambassador to Tanzania, Anne Barrington, has cited high interest rates charged by Tanzania`s banks as one of the key impediments to investments in the country`s agricultural sector.
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No end in sight to TRA standoff on wreckage of Kenyan aircraft
Posted Fri, May,08 2009
Source Guardian
A Raging wrangle between the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) in Kilimanjaro Region and the TRA head office in Dar es Salaam, which is centred on tax exemption...
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Museveni to relaunch reconstituted UDSM Arts faculty Monday
Posted Fri, May,08 2009
Source Guardian
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni is scheduled to launch the newly established College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) at the University of Dar es Salaam on Monday.
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Pharmacists warn on abuse of antibiotics
Posted Fri, May,08 2009
Source Guardian
Local and international pharmacists have expressed fears over the abuse of antibiotics, saying if the trend would continue at the present rate, curable infectious diseases, would be sending majority of the people to the grave early.
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Court of Appeal strikes out probate case
Posted Fri, May,08 2009
Source Guardian
The Court of Appeal of Tanzania has sustained a preliminary objection raised in respect of a civil appeal for an order of revocation of letters of administration of the estate of the late Mohamed Shaffi Sheikh.
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Prosecution in Liyumba`s case admits charge sheet is defective
Posted Fri, May,08 2009
Source Guardian
The prosecution in the case facing two Bank of Tanzania (BoT) senior officers Amatus Liyumba and Deogratius Kweka-on Wednesday admitted that the charge sheet is defective.
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Sido in Manyara Region plans expo for SMEs
Posted Fri, May,08 2009
Source Guardian
The Small Industries Development Organization (SIDO) in Manyara Region plans to organise an exhibition of products made by small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
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It`s time to go for entrepreneurship, don tells graduates
Posted Thu, May,07 2009
Source Guardian
University and higher learning graduates have been urged to opt for entrepreneurship as career in order to solve the problem of job scarcity.
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It`s time to go for entrepreneurship, don tells graduates
Posted Wed, May,06 2009
Source Guardian
University and higher learning graduates have been urged to opt for entrepreneurship as career in order to solve the problem of job scarcity.
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Global Fund grants Tanzania 898bn/- to combat Aids, TB and malaria
Posted Fri, February,13 2009
Source Guardian
The battle against the three leading killer diseases of Aids, tuberculosis and malaria has received a major boost in the form of grants amounting to USD680 million from the Global Fund.
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Why fistula persists among rural women
Posted Sun, January,04 2009
Source Sunday Observer
A study conducted in Ruvuma and Shinyanga regions recently shows that fistula complications are rampant in the rural communities as the majority of residents...
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Causes and treatment of stutter
Posted Sun, September,21 2008
Source Sunday Observer
Stuttering is a speech disorder in which the normal flow of speech is disrupted by frequent repetitions or prolongations of speech sounds, syllables or words or by an individual`s inability to start a word.
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