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2014-07-25 Patience Wears Out As Villagers Want Land Dispute Solved
[Daily News]Bukoba -MORE than 600 households in Kakunyu, Rwembogo B and Bubale villages, in Misenyi District have appealed to the government to respond to their grievances in a land dispute, saying their plots were allocated to investors including SUMA JKT in 2007.

2014-07-25 Internet Connectivity
[Daily News]AN annual growth rate of about 40 per cent is forecasted for the African e-commerce industry, according to market research firm yStats. com.

2014-07-25 Work On TAZARA Flyover to Start October/November
[Daily News]CONSTRUCTION of a flyover at the Tazara intersection in Dar es Salaam is set to take off between October and November after Japan extended additional support of 346,000,000 yen (about 6bn/-) to Tanzania.

2014-07-25 Council Urged to Fund Development Projects
[Daily News]Mugumu -SERENGETI District Council has been urged to continue injecting funds into more development projects.

2014-07-25 Ukawa in 'No-Show' Act At Sitta Meeting
[Daily News]CONSTITUENT Assembly (CA) Chairman Samuel Sitta's attempts to reconcile the rival parties in the country's constitution writing process hit a snag as the CA members forming the so-called Coalition of Defenders of Citizen Constitution, UKAWA, snubbed the meeting.

2014-07-25 Tanzania Counselled On Corporate Governance
[Daily News]TANZANIA was advised to introduce a code of corporate governance that sets standards and principles for companies to operate in the country.

2014-07-25 Private Security Firms Downplay JKT Entry
[Daily News]ENTRY of Suma JKT in competing with private security firms to offer its services is not a threat after all although it contravenes fair competition rules.

2014-07-25 EU Donates Vehicles for Agriculture
[Daily News]THE European Union (EU) handed over 21 motor vehicles worth about 1.4bn/- to spur productivity and competitiveness in the country's agricultural sector.

2014-07-25 TANESCO Says SONGA, IPTL Only Feeding National Grid
[Daily News]SONGAS and Independent Power Tanzania Limited (IPTL) are the only independent power producers currently generating electricity for the national grid, according to Tanesco.

2014-07-25 Ghadiyali Shines At Glasgow Games
[Daily News]TANZANIAN Ammaar Ghadiyali put up a promising performance at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, winning Heat 1 of the Men's 50m Butterfly.

2014-07-25 TRL Gets 25 Brand New Wagons From India
[Daily News]THE Tanzania Railways Limited (TRL) has acquired 25 Ballast Hopper Bogie (BHB) brand new wagons worth 4.3bn/- from Ms Hindustan Engineering and Industries in India geared towards improving the central railway line.

2014-07-25 NMB Bank Supports Health Centre in Dar
[Daily News]THE National Microfinance Bank (NMB) Plc has donated various medical supplies including delivery beds worth 10m/- in support of a health centre in Sinza area in Dar es Salaam.

2014-07-25 Tanga Water Project to Alleviate Shortage
[Daily News]Tanga -Many people living on the outskirts of towns and cities and in rural areas get water from bore holes, dug some metres from the surface of the ground.

2014-07-25 Rorya District Readies for Three Year Anti-GBV Campaign
[Daily News]RORYA district is expected to see significant decline of Gender Based Violence (GBV) acts in the coming few months. An ambitious project that seeks to create awareness against acts of violence in one of the districts in Mara Region is now in place. Official launch of the project is due to take place next month.

2014-07-25 Dar Set for Bigger Loans As AfDB U.S Status
[Daily News]Namtumbo -AFRICAN Development Bank (AfDB) has elevated the status of Tanzania to enable it get bigger and more prestigious loans than in the past.

2014-07-25 Katiba Assembly Members Push for Children's Rights
[Daily News]A CROSS-section of members of the Constituent Assembly have vowed to shift debate in the discussions that start next week (August 2) in Dodoma from a political power structure on issues concerning children, women and protection of the elderly.

2014-07-25 Kagera RC Wants Village Chairmen Paid By Councils
[Daily News]Bukoba -ACTING Kagera Regional Commissioner, Ms Zipporah Pangani, has directed councils in Bukoba, Muleba, Biharamulo, Ngara, Kyerwa, Karagwe and Misenyi districts to find alternative sources of funds to enable them to pay allowances to village chairmen.

2014-07-25 Traders Shortchange Arusha Farmers
[Daily News]Hai -FARMERS in Arusha and Kilimanjaro regions have decried the low maize prices that crop agents in the Northern Zone offer, saying it is not proportionate to both the production costs and current market trend.

2014-07-25 Internet Connectivity Boosting E-Commerce
[Daily News]AN annual growth rate of about 40 per cent is forecasted for the African e-commerce industry, according to market research firm yStats. com.

2014-07-25 EOS Ordered to Check Truancy
[Daily News]Tunduru -PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has ordered district and regional education officers (EOs) to table detailed school attendance reports to their respective Full Council meetings to check absenteeism.

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