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Govt Allocates 60K Hectares For Sugar, Rice Farming

MWANZA – Government of Tanzania has allocated 60,000 hectares of land in Mkulazi area for sugar and rice cultivation with coordination of Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC). TIC helps in promoting, coordinating and facilitating investments in the country and is set up under the Tanzania Investment Act, No. 26 of 1997. The 60,000 hectares site is located alongside the TAZARA railway ...

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Three Christian Churches Burned By Muslim Extremists

Malangali: The general election is only about few days away from now and Muslim extremists of Tanzania have started showing their hates against Christians. Last week three churches were torched in the northwest part of the country causing everything inside to burn. The churches that were set ablaze on Tuesday were the Evangelical Assemblies of God, the Pentecostal Assemblies of ...

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Shinyanga Meat Factory To Start Production: Magufuli

Shinyanga: If believed to the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Union presidental candiate Dr John Magufuli, the shut down Shinyanga meat packing factory will resume production soon after the election scheduled to be held next month. Magufuli said while addressing a campaign rally the government may intervene if the factory fails in starting up the production facilities. He also promised to ...

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VP Urges All African Nations To Get Prepared For Climate Change Talks

Dar es Salaam: Vice President Dr Mohammed Gharib Bilal addressed to the Africa Climate Talks and said all the countries in the continent need to be well prepared for the upcoming Conference of Parties (COP21) to be held in Paris, France. He urged the countries to try for getting the best for Africa from the new agreements on climate change ...

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Kilimanjaro Deforestation A Serious Issue, Minister Urges Strict Action

Kilimanjaro: Tree cutting is going to be stricter than before in the Kilimanjaro region as a good boost has been lately seen in the campaign against deforestation. Dr Binilith Mahenge, Minister of State in the Vice-President’s Office (Environment), has urged to the law enforcers not to be liberal in the matter. He also called up other regions to emulate the ...

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Voter’s Verification Kicks Off in Dar es Salaam

Voter’s Verification Kicks Off in Dar es Salaam

National Electoral Commission (NEC) Director of Election Kailima Kombwey urged residents that will have problems with their names and other pertinent information about their registration should visit their respective municipalities for rectification process as the voter’s verification kicks off in Dar es Salaam. According to the official, the process for verification of voters is nothing new as it has been ...

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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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