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2016-06-24 Magufuli Tells Opposition Enough Politicking
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli said yesterday that elections were over and the Opposition should wait for 2020. Speaking at State House after receiving the official report of the National Electoral Commission (NEC) on the 2015 General Election, Dr Magufuli said he would not let politics distract him from his endeavour to deliver on his campaign promises. He urged Tanzanians to focus on building the nation, saying elections were over and there was no time for cheap and divisive politics.

2016-06-24 Tanzania-Zambia Railway Wins Deal to Transport Malawi Fuel
[Daily News] Malawi government has contracted Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) to transport 48 million litres of petroleum products from Dar es Salaam port in the next 12 months, starting from next month.

2016-06-24 Venezuela - a Socialist State in the Big Boys' Backyard?
[Daily News] "Since 2005, Venezuela has provided 'heating oil' through subsidies for low income communities in the United States, thanks to our company, CITGO.

2016-06-24 Govt Trains More Doctors Than It Can Employ - Study
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The government is producing more medical doctors than it can absorb in its hospitals, a study by healthcare planners revealed yesterday.

2016-06-24 Warriors Coach Pasuwa Declines Tanzanian Club Simba Offer
[The Herald] Eddie Chikamhi -Warriors coach Callisto Pasuwa has broken his silence over reports linking him to a possible move to Tanzanian giants Simba Sports Club, with the gaffer saying he remains committed to his job with the senior national team and has no interests to move elsewhere. Cash-rich Simba SC, one of the two big boys of Tanzanian football, have been stalking Pasuwa and a delegation from the club was recently in Harare where preliminary negotiations were conducted to try and prise the coach from his job with the Warrior

2016-06-24 Tanzanian Former President Kikwete Proposed to Replace Zuma At AU
[Citizen] Pretoria -The three candidates who have so far put their names forward to succeed Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as African Union Commission chairperson next month are "below par" and moves are afoot to find someone better, officials say.

2016-06-24 Lighting Rural Villages - Solar Power Is a Game Changer
[Daily News] Rorya -Residents of Manila village in Rorya District, Mara Region have opened a new chapter in their neighbourhood. They no longer have to bear the brunt of 'living in the dark' after a new solar power named Firefly came to their rescue.

2016-06-24 Auditor General Warns Crop Disease, Pests Management Is Inadequate
[Daily News] Agricultural sector is vital for ensuring food security and alleviation of rural poverty. Emergence of agricultural crop pests and diseases causes socio-economic implications in the country.

2016-06-24 Govt in Full Ownership of Telecoms Firm
[Daily News] Finally the government and Bharti Airtel Company yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding to mark the end of a 15-year public-private partnership between Tanzania Telecommunication Company Limited (TTCL) and Bharti Airtel.

2016-06-24 Prime Minister Warns Corrupt Officials
[Daily News] Dodoma -Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has said that the government will remain tough on embezzlers of public funds or outright thieves regardless of the culprits' positions, popularity, influence or status.

2016-06-24 It's Ploy and Counter-Ploy At CAF Stage
[Daily News] Tanzanian envoys Young Africans have more to learn than to play in CAF Confederation Cup's group stage that goes into Game 2 next week. Young Africans reached the stage after waiting for over 18 years.

2016-06-24 Magufuli to Proceed With Unaccomplished Constitutional Referendum
[Daily News] President John Magufuli announced on Thursday that the state will take-over the unaccomplished constitutional referendum process discounting widespread claims that the crucial 'historic moment' has been dumped.

2016-06-24 Magufuli Appoints New Standards Bureau Board Chairman
[Daily News] President John Magufuli has appointed Professor Makenya Maboko Chairman of Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) Board of Directors.

2016-06-24 Could This Be a Year Without Kili Awards?
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The year is at the half way mark and still there is no hint at all on when the Kilimanjaro Tanzania Music awards will take place.

2016-06-24 Mikumi to Have Mini Sugar Factory
[Daily News] Mikumi sugarcane growers have reasons to smile as local investors are finalising proposal to build a small scale sugar factory.

2016-06-24 Mbinga District Promised Reliable Water Supply
[Daily News] Dodoma -Mbinga town is set to enjoy reliable availability of clean and safe water as the government has earmarked it under the second phase of the water sector development fund.

2016-06-24 Creating Something New Between Museum, Artists
[Daily News] Over the last five years, since the state-of-the-art theatre was opened, at the National Museum and House of Culture, local artists have been complaining about it not serving their interests.

2016-06-24 Stakeholders Endorse Mwanza City Master Plan
[Daily News] Mwanza -Stakeholders from both Ilemela and Nyamagana municipalities have endorsed the Mwanza City Master Plan which seeks to expand it as the second largest business and commercial hub of the country come 2035.

2016-06-24 Mwanza Out of Inter-Cities Basketball
[Daily News] Mwanza -Mwanza has confirmed that it won't participate at the forthcoming East and Central Africa Inter-cities basketball tournament, which will be held in Nairobi, Kenya from July 24th to 29th this year.

2016-06-24 Govt Injects 16 Billion/ - for Disabled Education Countrywide
[Daily News] Dodoma -The Minister of State (Regional Administration and Local government), Mr George Simbachawene, has said the government has allocated 16bn/- this financial year to support public schools for disabled countrywide in a bid to ensure they get the best education.

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