Tuesday Jul 29, 2014
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What Is Good In Good Business?

Going by the World Bank’s latest Economic Review on business in Tanzania one could say business is doing well. According to it, “the trade-to-GDP ratio has increased from 13 Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Why women's work still undervalued
EDUCATION: Factors that boost education delivery in Tanzania
SOCIETY WATCH: Our education system will gain if private schools are supported
International Medical and Technology University executives appear before the Kinondoni District Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday charged with two counts--failure to bury deceased bodies decently and going with business without producing certificate to the coroner. (Photo: Omar Fungo)

Immigration recruitment put on hold over cheating allegations

 Jobs of 200 new employees of the Immigration Department who were expected to report on duty on August 6 have been put on hold, pending investigations on how the recruits secured the posts Full Story

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Canada Firm Set To Work With Tanzania On Railway Revamping

The Canada High Commission to Tanzania has said that the Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC) will continue to make regular visits to Dar es Salaam to discuss the best way to improve the performance of the country’s infrastructure system, including the railway system Full Story

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Stage Set For Dar Swimming Clinic

A week-long swimming clinic is expected to be staged at the Shaaban Robert Secondary School in Dar es Salaam, the  Champion Rise Sports Club Amina Mfaume has confirmed Full Story

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