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Tanzania Bans Tabloid Mawio For Linking Former Presidents With Mining Scam

The John Magufuli government has banned tabloid named Mawio for two years following a published story that linked former Presidents Benjamin Mkapa and Jakaya Kikwete to the mineral concentrates exports scandal. The Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Harrison Mwakyembe, said the ban was effective immediately. Director of Information Services, Hassan Abbasi, issued a statement saying the tabloid published ...

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Judge Ask For Mutual Agreement Resulting From Meditation

How can a court case be solved with medication? If taken a look at the Mwananchi Comminications Limited (MCL) and one Winfrida Igogo, the statement may turn true. On October 13, about eleven days from now, it was consented before Judge R.A. Teemba to solve Case No. 199 of 2016 through meditation at the Dar es Salaam Mediation Centre of ...

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Drones Will Be Deployed To Keep Elephants Safe From Poachers

Anti-poaching has become the main focus for the new government and in the new initiative it is reported drones too will be used in Tarangire National Park, the custodian of all sixteen parks in Tanzania. A trial deployment of the drone was successful over Mkomanzi National Park and with this the Ministry of Tourism has now given a nod to ...

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PAP, IPTL Together Demands Apology From Mwanahalisi Tabloid For Malicious Article

Dar es Salaam – Pan African Power Solutions Tanzania Limited (PAP) and the Independent Power Tanzania Limited (IPTL) have demanded an apology from Mwanahalisi weekly tabloid for publishing a defamatory article. Acting Executive Chairman of the two companies Joseph Makandege said the article was malicious, false and contained bad motive of creating mistrust for them with the government and people. ...

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Tanzania Bans Weekly Newspaper Mawio For Covering Political Crisis Of Zanzibar

Tanzania has announced Friday a permanent ban the print as well as online edition of weekly newspaper Mawio. Two of its editors, Jabir Idrissa and Simon Mkina, were briefly detained too. According to the information minister Nape Nnauye, the weekly newspaper has been banned under the 1976 Media Act, Government Announcement 55. It is alleged articles in it have incited ...

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UK: Queen asks for harmony on christmas

Queen asks for harmony on christmas

Monarch Elizabeth II utilized her customary Christmas show Thursday to call for compromise all through the United Kingdom and to acclaim restorative laborers battling Ebola in Africa. She said it will require some investment to recuperate divisions in Scotland, where a submission was held for the current year on whether to remain a piece of Britain, and commended advancement determining ...

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Uganda now on chocolate market

Uganda now on chocolate market

On a sprawling, lavish cocoa ranch in Mukono outside the Ugandan capital Kampala, ranchers have been inspecting chocolate surprisingly. “When we gave our homestead administrator the first item to taste his face was so stunning, he was stating ‘truly this is turning out from what we are doing?’” said Felix Okuye, 28, the official executive and fellow benefactor of startup ...

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