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Pinda's Promise On Settling Farmers’ Debts A Great Relief

The policy of Kilimo Kwanza (words literally translated as Agriculture First) which was introduced several years ago in the country, has had very positive results among farmers Full Story

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EDUCATION: School-based management as a strategy to boost education performance
SOCIETY WATCH: Violence in our society calls for special aattention
YOUTH OF THE WEEK: 'Govt needs to recognise roles of CSOs in promoting, protection of human rights'
Former Minister for Energy and Minerals and Sengerema Member of Parliament (CCM) William Ngeleja (R) during his questioning by the Ethics Committee at Karimjee hall yesterday in Dar es Salaam. (Photo: Halima kambi)

Sugar industry turns bitter-sweet

With no signs of an early end to the crisis the Tanzania sugar industry has grappled with for years now, reports say Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda has been approached to intervene Full Story

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Farmers Eagerly Waiting For More Kilimo Kwanza Tractors.

Farmers have urged the government to implement the highly awaited second phase of Kilimo Kwanza tractor project so as to shift them to the world of technology, increased production and improved human living standards Full Story

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Azam Offload Trainer Omog

Mainland soccer champions Azam FC offloaded their Cameroonian import coach Joseph Omog , the team’s website confirmed yesterday.   The shocking sacking came barely a day after the team returned from CAF Champions League campaign in Khartoum where Sudanese champions advanced to the next round with a stunning 3-0 goal aggregate victory Full Story

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