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2014-04-23 Simiyu Accident Toll Rises to 15
[Daily News]THE death toll from the road accident that involved a bus christened Lehuye Express Bus on the Tarime-Mwanza Highway on Monday has increased to 15, with the number of those injured standing at 44, the police force confirmed yesterday.

2014-04-23 CA Members 'Must Work Responsibly'
[Daily News]Zanzibar -IT may be difficult to eliminate the challenges in the union between Zanzibar and the Union government should members of the Constituent Assembly and the people fail to approve the new constitution.

2014-04-23 Herbalists, TV Stations Face Legal Action Over Adverts
[Daily News]THE government is considering legal action against dealers of alternative medicine and television stations that advertise unregistered and unauthorised traditional herbs.

2014-04-23 Utilisation of Health Research Findings Minimal, Says Bilal
[Daily News]THE Vice-President, Dr Mohammed Gharib Bilal, has expressed concern that much as the health sector is attracting greater attention than before, utilization of research findings in the area is still minimal in Tanzania.

2014-04-23 Kikwete - No More Hotels in Ngorongoro
[Daily News]Karatu -PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has directed that there should be no more construction of hotels in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA), urging interested investors to put up their structures in Karatu Township instead.

2014-04-23 Try Golden Rice to Curb Vitamin a Deficiency
[Daily News]ON average, the country loses 43,000 children and 700bn/- in revenue annually due to vitamin A deficiency, a recent report by Twaweza group says.

2014-04-23 Tanzania Border Revamps Near End
[EA Business]Dar es Salaam -Construction of several One Stop Border Posts (OSBP) in Tanzania are in the final stages of completion.

2014-04-23 NBC Earns U.S $42.32 Million Assets
[EA Business]Dar es Salaam -The National Bank of Commerce (NBC), last week announced its financial results for the year 2013 having increased its total assets from Tsh1,518billion ($931,02million) in 2012 to Tsh1,587 billion ($973.34million) by December 31, 2013.

2014-04-23 Former Tanzania President Asks for Regional Fair Justice
[EA Business]Arusha -Former Tanzania President Benjamin Mkapa has urged the EAC Partner States to enhance the region's early warning systems to identify and spotlight genocidal violence, so that appropriate measures can be taken to avoid the consequences.

2014-04-23 48 Parents in Court Over Students' Failure to Join School
[Daily News]Kahama -MORE than 48 parents from three municipalities in Kahama District appeared before the courts of law charged with negligence and failure to make their children join secondary schools.

2014-04-23 Ilala Mayor in Plea for Care of Orphans
[Daily News]Tanga -ILALA Municipal Council Mayor Mr Jerry Slaa has called on Tanga residents to show love and care for orphans by supporting them with life necessities and school materials.

2014-04-23 Rukwa Residents Mourn Kalambo DC Chang'a
[Daily News]Sumbawanga -THE residents in Rukwa region, mourning the death of Kalambo district commissioner, Moshi Mussa Chang'a (62), have said they have lost a hardworking, candid and courageous leader.

2014-04-23 Come Back, CA Urges Ukawa Members
[Daily News]Dodoma -DEBATE on chapters one and six of the constitution draft continued, with the Constituent Assembly (CA) members urging their colleagues in the Umoja wa Katiba ya Wananchi (UKAWA) to return to the debating chamber and take part in the ongoing debate.

2014-04-23 Mramba Abuse of Office Case Hearing Resumes On Wednesday
[Daily News]DEFENCE hearing in the trial of two former cabinet ministers, Basil Mramba and Daniel Yona, and former Treasury permanent secretary Gray Mgonja, charged with abuse of office, resumes today at the Kisutu Resident Magistrate's Court in Dar es Salaam.

2014-04-23 Micro-Nutrients Deficiecy Cost Nation Billions
[Daily News]ON average, the country loses 43,000 children and 700bn/- in lost revenue annually due to vitamin A deficiency, a recent report by Twaweza activist group said.

2014-04-23 Prevention of Road Accidents, Deaths Lies With Police Force
[Daily News]ON Monday, 21 people died in a road accident after a bus in Simiyu hit a tree and then rammed into a house.

2014-04-23 Bridge, Road Repairs Cost Dar Billions
[Daily News]DAR ES SALAAM Region has spent about 21bn/- to repair infrastructure including bridges and roads following the extensive damage caused by ongoing heavy rains in the city.

2014-04-23 Logarusic Future Remains Unknown
[Daily News]THE future of Simba Sports Club head coach Zdravko Logarusic is unknown after Kenyan side AFC Leopards have distanced themselves from a possible move for the Croatian tactician.

2014-04-23 Tanzania to Open Up Farming Land
[EA Business]Dar es Salaam -The government has said it will start identifying and surveying potential arable land for large scale food crop farming. Officials say this will boost agricultural production and later translate to faster economic growth.

2014-04-23 Tanzania Joins Elite Club
[EA Business]Dar es Salaam -The Seven Natural Wonders of Tanzania have joined the official list of the Wonders from around the World catalogue. According to a statement from the Tanzania Tourist Board three of the African's natural wonders are in Tanzania.

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