Magufuli New Boss of Anti-Drugs Authority

[Daily News] PRESIDENT John Magufuli has appointed Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Felix Milanzi the new Commissioner of Operations for the Drug Control and Enforcement Authority (DCEA).

[Daily News] PRESIDENT John Magufuli has appointed Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Felix Milanzi the new Commissioner of Operations for the Drug Control and Enforcement Authority (DCEA).

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State Invests in Big Centre for Assisting Group of the Vulnerable

[Daily News] THE Government is investing more than 5bn/- in a construction project for a specialised, multi-school education centre to cater for people with physical disabilities, the Minister for Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training,…

[Daily News] THE Government is investing more than 5bn/- in a construction project for a specialised, multi-school education centre to cater for people with physical disabilities, the Minister for Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training, Professor Joyce Ndalichako, has revealed.

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UK Pledges U.S.$450 Million to Boost Infrastructure

[Daily News] AS part of its continued support to Tanzania, the UK government has pledged US 450 million dollars (about 1.026trl/-) support, to improve roads and port infrastructure, education and industrialisation.

[Daily News] AS part of its continued support to Tanzania, the UK government has pledged US 450 million dollars (about 1.026trl/-) support, to improve roads and port infrastructure, education and industrialisation.

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Behave or Forfeit Citizenship, Former Refugees Told

[Daily News] Mpanda -THE government has warned that it will not hesitate to revoke citizenship and repatriate to their respective countries of origin, newly naturalised Tanzanians who would be found engaging in criminal activities and other social vices.

[Daily News] Mpanda -THE government has warned that it will not hesitate to revoke citizenship and repatriate to their respective countries of origin, newly naturalised Tanzanians who would be found engaging in criminal activities and other social vices.

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Councils Energise Local Economies

[Botswana Daily News] Maun -Assistant Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Ms Botlogile Tshireletso says local authorities are well poised to energise local economies for sustainable development and to move Botswana forward.

[Botswana Daily News] Maun -Assistant Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Ms Botlogile Tshireletso says local authorities are well poised to energise local economies for sustainable development and to move Botswana forward.

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Makwala to Fight for Diamond Trophy

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -All eyes will be in Zürich this evening, where Botswana’s 400-metre runner, Isaac Makwala is expected to hoist the country’s flag high in the Diamond League final.

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -All eyes will be in Zürich this evening, where Botswana's 400-metre runner, Isaac Makwala is expected to hoist the country's flag high in the Diamond League final.

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Manji’s Heroin Test Disputed in Court

[Daily News] Confusion reigns whether the urine tested and found with morphine, which is metabolites of heroin, belongs to prominent businessman Yussuph Manji (pictured) or a police officer, Corporal Sospiter.

[Daily News] Confusion reigns whether the urine tested and found with morphine, which is metabolites of heroin, belongs to prominent businessman Yussuph Manji (pictured) or a police officer, Corporal Sospiter.

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Tanzania Charges Mob With Killing, Burning Five ‘Witches’

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dar Es Salaam -A Tanzanian court has charged 32 people with murder after five women suspected of witchcraft were beaten to death, and their corpses burned, in a move which could help to deter such killings.

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dar Es Salaam -A Tanzanian court has charged 32 people with murder after five women suspected of witchcraft were beaten to death, and their corpses burned, in a move which could help to deter such killings.

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