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Coffee remains crucial crop in Tanzania despite low output

Low production capacity of coffee farmers in the country denies them opportunity to harness fully the global demand that ...

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200 Meru students receive solar lanterns

The inability to study at home after school hours, sometimes due to lack of inadequate lighting, was cited as among reasons that led to students failing the recently released National Form Four Examinations. ...

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China says Tanzania on right track

China’s financial support in development of major infrastructure projects plays a significant role as Tanzania leaps forward to become the regional economic power house. Looking at the bigger picture, Tanzania’s economic fortunes have been boosted by the discovery of...

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Tanzania Housing loans market picks up

Although it is growing rapidly, the Tanzania has a relatively smaller mortgage market compared to the rest in the East African region having about 0.4 per cent of ...

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Nzega adds weight to cotton contract farming

The government in Nzega District of Tabora Region has vowed to continue supporting cotton contract farming. The Nzega District Commissioner, Mrs ...

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African Barrick pays 10.2bn/- land compensation

African Barrick Gold (ABG) has paid 10.2bn/- in compensation to residents whose land was taken for grand mining activities at North Mara Gold Mine situated in Nyamongo, Tarime District. The ...

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Katavi RC acts tougher on secondary school enrolment

Katavi Regional Commissioner, Dr Rajab Rutengwe, has directed parents and guardians yet to enrol their children selected to join secondary education...

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