Tag Archives: Dodoma

Ultra Modern Stadium Construction In Dodoma To Start Soon: Magufuli

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The ultra modern, biggest and better sports stadium is coming up in the capital city Dodoma. President John Magufuli said the plan to it is in progress and construction to begin soon. Addressing to the mass at Jamhuri Stadium in the city on the occasion of 53rd Anniversary of Union between Zanzibar and Tanganyika, the president added the plan is ...

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WHC Offering Housing At Comfortable Prices In Dodoma

Watumishi Housing Company (WHC) is learned to be constructing five hundred houses in the Tanzanian capital city Dodoma for the accommodation of public servants when offices from Dar es Salaam shifts here. According to WHC Chief Executive Officer Dr Fred Msemwa, it is a great opportunity for the company to capitalize and ensure sufficient housing units are provided for public ...

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PM To Delay Shifting Office To Dodoma

In a new report it is learned Tanzanian Prime Minister Kassim Majalwa may not be shifting his office to the newly build capital as it was earlier announced. According to Regional Commissioner Jordan Rugimbana, the PM would be delaying moving his office from Dar es Salaam to Dodoma until the completion of the Bunge Sitting that is scheduled to start ...

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DCB To Launch New Branch In Dodoma In November

DCB Commercial Bank is learned to be launching one more branch later this year in November in Dodoma. According to Chief Manager- Strategy and Innovation of the DCB, Samuel Dyamo, the bank has received a licence for establishing upcountry branches. Meeting social obligation the DCB donated 100 desks to Kimara B primary school to support the government in improving education ...

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Final analogue switch off in progress

The Tanzania Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA) is preparing for a second and last phase of the switch off of analogue to digital television broadcasting. Director General of TCRA, Prof John Nkoma This ...

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Arusha Rhinos set to promote local rugby

Making efforts for rugby to be an important sport in the country still remains as one of the Arusha Rhinos’ main priorities. Arusha Rhinos Taking action so that school children, teachers and their community, at large, come to know the importance of the game, is one of the issues included in their strategy this rugby season. Rhinos Captain, Justin Trappe, made these points clear during a telephone conversation with the ‘Daily News’. He spoke with emphasis on their ongoing programme to groom local youngsters within the Arusha community, who have shown an aptitude and interest in the sport. “We also have rugby training centres in other areas such as Mtwara, Dar es Salaam, Dodoma and Mwanza regions as well as Moshi District in Kilimanjaro Region. The main aim of this programme is simply to make rugby a popular sport in the country,” he said. Another person, who he mentioned as being very much involved in the push for development of the game in the country is the Tanzania Rugby Development Officer (TRDO), Juma Kittyler. Based in Arusha, Kittyler is not only one of the people who are making the local rugby association grow, but he is also “a good player as well as a coach” for the Rhinos. Trappe added that it was Kittyler, who actually started the current programme. Kittyler said in an interview with the ‘Daily News’ yesterday that local youth desire to learn a different sport from football and this is one of the things which motivate him. “Rugby can take the youth far if they give it their best. At first I didn’t know how the society would take this programme, but to my surprise I got a very good response. Then I joined the Arusha Rhinos, who are the professionals in this game,” he explained. He went on to say that ever since the programme started he has seen an immense difference and a real achievement in the number of youngsters, who have talents. What these youngsters are lacking, he maintains, is professional guidance and vital necessities for playing the game, such as balls and the means to pay coaches. Kittyler teaches youngsters involved in the programme voluntarily because they are financially unstable. He is proud of the fact that todate he has managed to coach six boys, who are now qualified players in the World Rugby Association (WRA). By IMAN MANI, Tanzania Daily News

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Tanzania: More win Samsung promotion prizes

Winners of the fifth draw of Samsung’s promotion `pambika na samsung’ have been unveiled in a draw where 15 lucky customers won variously weekly prizes. The day witnessed 75 customers who have received various prizes since the promotion was launched on September 7, this year. Samsung will be drawing down the curtains to their highly participated loyalty Pambika na Samsung promotion today in Dar es Salaam, according to statement. The last draw set to witness one lucky customer driving home with the new brand Mitsubishi Double Cabin packed with all the weekly prizes. Speaking before the fifth weekly draw, Samsung Sales and Distribution Manager, Mr Sylvester Manyara, called upon Tanzanians to be on the watch against fake products. He said Tanzanians should keep on buying original products and register them even after the end of the ‘Pambika na Samsung’ promotion. “We, at Samsung are impressed with the flow of the weekly draws, Pambika na Samsung was designed to reward valued customers, as we are heading to the final draw with the grand prize, a brand new Mitsubishi Double Cabin loaded with Samsung products,” he said. Since the promotion started Samsung has so far given away five laptops, 15 microwaves, four LED TV 32, 16 home theatre, three Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, two washing machines, three Samsung refrigerators and 27 Samsung DVD players to customers from Mwanza, Mbeya, Arusha, Dar es salaam, Dodoma, Tabora, Kilimanjaro, Manyara, Morogoro and Kilimanjaro regions.

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