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2016-12-03 Wama Refutes Auction Allegations, Demand Apology
[Daily News] WAMA Foundation has dismissed as false and malicious, reports by a local tabloid that its properties have been put up for auction due to failure to pay taxes for its consignment at the Dar es Salaam Port.

2016-12-03 Japan to Help Establish Car Factories
[Daily News] JAPAN, the country commanding the largest share of motor vehicles populating the entire globe, is committing itself to assist Tanzania and the other East African Countries to start manufacturing cars locally.

2016-12-03 Private Firms Banned From Printing Books
[Daily News] PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has banned private companies from publishing textbooks as one of the measures to ensure provision of quality education in the country.

2016-12-03 Korea Plans Energy Centre in Arusha
[Daily News] THE government of South Korea is planning to open a centre for renewable energy technology at Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology in Arusha with the aim of developing energy solutions in the country.

2016-12-03 TRA Launch Tax Competitions in Secondary Schools
[Daily News] THE Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) yesterday launched the Secondary Schools Tax Clubs Competition for Dar es Salaam and Coast regions that aims at preparing students on matters of tax compliance.

2016-12-03 Govt Purchases More Passenger Aircraft
[Daily News] THE government confirmed yesterday that next month it will receive one more Bombardier Q400 plane and that a further two Bombardier SC300 aircraft will arrive in 2018.

2016-12-03 Too Much Taxes Weaken SMEs - Entrepreneurs
[Daily News] AS the government embarks on the building industrial driven economy, some entrepreneurs have identified various taxes as a major challenge among Small and Medium Entrepreneurs (SMEs) in the country.

2016-12-03 Toto Extend Contract With Coach Jost
[Daily News] MWANZA-based Mainland Premier League side Toto African have extended contract with their assistant coach, German Tim Jost, by a year.

2016-12-02 Case Against Chadema 'Election Monitors' Dropped
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) yesterday dropped charges against communication volunteers who were working with Chadema during last year's General Election.

2016-12-02 ILO Calls for Policies to Uplift Lives of HIV-Positive Workers
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -People living with HIV/Aids in the workplace have to cope with stigma and denied promotion or further studies, a senior official with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) said yesterday.

2016-12-02 Embassy Wades Into Cashew Nut Transport Dispute
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Vietnamese embassy has asked the government to allow traders to transport cashew nuts by road to Dar es Salaam Port to enable them meet their obligations to customers and lenders.

2016-12-02 Tribute to Comandante Fidel Castro - Indelible Historic Good
[Daily News] "The time will come for all of us to go as I will; soon. But the ideas of the Cuban communists will remain as proof on this planet that if they are worked at with fervour and dignity, they can produce the material and cultural goods that human beings need - and we need to fight without truce to obtain them."

2016-12-02 Vintage Air Rally Raises Hope On Tourism Boom
[Daily News] The pilots of the Vintage Air Rally planes have expressed excitement over Tanzania's tourist attractions after spending three days in the country.

2016-12-02 Ghanaian Vows to Lift Simba Aloft
[Daily News] Ghanaian goalkeeper Daniel Agyei has promised to help Mainland Premier League giants Simba win laurels after completing switch to the Msimbazi Street side.

2016-12-02 Dar es Salaam Port Increases Rwanda, Domestic Cargo
[Daily News] Efforts made by Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) to attract more cargo from transit markets have paid off after the authority recorded an increase of cargo destined to Rwanda.

2016-12-02 TTCL Launches New SIM Cards for Students
[Daily News] Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited (TTCL) has launched new SIM Cards for students that enable them to have various services including enough air time, bundles and text messages.

2016-12-02 Govt Says No Change in Promised Dangote Incentives
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Minister for Industries, Trade and Investments Charles Mwijage said yesterday that Dangote Cement is still enjoying the same incentives it was promised when the company was invited to invest in Tanzania.

2016-12-02 We've to Do a Lot More to Check Teen Pregnancies
[Citizen] The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) estimates that every day in developing countries, 20,000 girls under the age of 18 give birth. Those are 7.3 million births a year. In Tanzania, teenage pregnancies, particularly those happening while the girls are still studying, are often associated with social situations.

2016-12-02 Don't Protect Thieving Accountants - Minister
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Financial constraints facing its sources of revenue caused the government to delay completion of the APC Conference Centre and Hotel located at Bunju.

2016-12-02 Nation Has Starved Enough in Form of Athletics Success
[Daily News] The athletics fraternity in the country holds new hopes after last weekend's Athletics Tanzania (AT) election at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam, in which, the new team promised to do everything within its power to make sure that the sport stands on its feet again.

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