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2018-02-21 U.S. Warns Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania On Used Clothes Imports Ban
[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The US has warned East African Community (EAC) leaders that will converge in Kampala this week that their planned ban of the importation of used clothes by 2019 violates conditions set to expand trade and investment in Africa under the African Growth and Opportunity Act, known as AGOA.

2018-02-21 Dodoma Sets to Construct Modern Bus Terminal
[Daily News] Dodoma -AUTHORITIES in Dodoma will soon okay construction of a new mega bus terminal and a commercial tower complex that proponents say will improve transit connections and transform the municipality's skyline.

2018-02-21 UNICEF Affirms Commitment to Fight Newborn Mortality Rate
[Daily News] THE United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Tanzania has expressed its commitment that it will continue to support the government's endeavours in reducing the newborn mortality rate.

2018-02-21 Special Body to Oversee Envisioned Vast Beach Investments
[Daily News] Mwanza -THE government plans introducing special authority to oversee tangible investments in all beach areas countrywide.

2018-02-21 NGO Sets Aside Over U.S.$445 Million for Education, Child Protection
[Daily News] WORLD Vision Tanzania is intending to spend at least 1.32trn/- (about 585.7 million US dollars) to improve education, health and child protection in Dodoma in the next five years.

2018-02-21 Akwilina's Funeral to Cost U.S.$36,000, Says Family
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The late Akwilina Akwiline's family needs Sh80 million for her funeral expenses, The Citizen has learnt.

2018-02-21 Speech Recognition to Cut Waiting Time At Muhimbili
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Patients at the Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) who had to endure long waits for results of their imaging tests, such as X-ray and CT-scans, have a reason to smile following installation of high technology facility, which will shorten waiting time.

2018-02-21 TRA - U.S.3.5 Million Found in Church Account
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -An investigation by Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) has revealed that Bishop Zachary Kakobe's Full Gospel Bible Fellowship Church holds deposits worth Sh8.1 billion in its account at the National Bank of Commerce (NBC).

2018-02-21 All Is Set for Somalia to Join EAC Fraternity
[Daily News] Arusha -THE Republic of Somalia is in the line-up for becoming the 7th member of the East African Community (EAC). The prospect will be on the agenda for discussions as the regional bloc's Heads of State assemble in Kampala, Uganda, from tomorrow.

2018-02-21 Report Implicates 'Big Shots' in Illegal Fishing Activities
[Daily News] Ukerewe -THE report on illegal fishing has been submitted with shocking findings of massive uses of illegal fishing gears.

2018-02-21 Former Prime Minister Explains How Fish Farming Can Boost Economy
[Citizen] Musoma -Former Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda has advised the government to promote fish farming in the Lake Zone, a move likely to contribute to the industrialisation drive.

2018-02-21 Water Agencies Told to Borrow From Local Lenders
[Daily News] THE government has called on the Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Authority (DAWASA) and Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Corporation (DAWASCO) to seek loans from local lending institutions for executing water projects.

2018-02-21 EAC Should Change Tact to End Refugee Crisis
[Citizen] For decades, the East African region has been hit by wave after wave of refugees. This has been mainly due to unending political crises bedeviling nations across the region.

2018-02-21 Mystery Over Train Engines Remains
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The government has said it is going ahead with the plan to purchase 11 locomotives abandoned at the Dar es Salaam Port since mid-last year even as the person who ordered them remains a mystery.

2018-02-21 Two Police Officers Cheat Death After Lightning Strike in Kigoma
[Citizen] Kigoma -Two police officers cheated death here Tuesday, February 20, after they were struck with lighting that left their skins peeling off.

2018-02-21 EAC to Decide On 'Mitumba' As Magufuli Arrives in Uganda
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli has arrived in Kampala, Uganda where he is expected to attend the East African Community (EAC) heads of state summit on Friday, February 23.

2018-02-21 Chadema Youth Wing Chair to Lead Burial of Slain Cadre
[Citizen] Iringa -Chadema youth wing (Bavicha) national chairman Patrick ole Sosopi will lead mourners to the burial of the party's slain cadre Daniel John today.

2018-02-21 MP Wants to Meet FIFA Chief Over Zanzibar
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Member of Parliament for Malindi Constituency, Ally Saleh believes Zanzibar deserves full Caf and Fifa membership.

2018-02-21 This Is How U.S.$36,000 Will Be Spent On Akwilina's Funeral
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The family of slain National Institute of Transport (NIT) student Akwilina Akwiline has outlined how Sh80 million would be spent for her funeral.

2018-02-21 Govt Orders Reopening of Iringa Gold Mine
[Daily News] MINERALS Deputy Minister, Dotto Biteko has ordered Nyakavangala Gold Mine in Iringa Region to reopen by March 5, this year.

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