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Easy, we’re on course: Premier
TAKE it easy, says Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa, urging Tanzanians to be patient, and have faith as the government investigates recent incidents of abductions and disappearances.
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The Citizen
PM allays investors’ fears over ban
Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa calmed down mining investors affected by the ban on export of copper concentrates, saying the government wants to clear doubts over its real composition and if it was getting the revenue it deserved.
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The Citizen
Govt to shed more light on ‘viroba’
The government is expected to explain today procedures that will be used in removing the liquor packed in plastic packets popularly known as viroba out of the market as it announced ban effective next month.
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Hadza seek to meet PM over Yaeda invasion
THE long and sprawling Yaeda Valley striding Mbulu and Kipamba districts in Manyara and Singida regions respectively is reportedly under serious invasion by destructive aliens.
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PM denounces deceptive labels
PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa yesterday denounced the labelling of Minjingu fertilizer as foreign manufactured, directing the plant management to immediately write an apology letter to President John Magufuli. He ordered the manufacturers to forthwith start tagging the farm inpu...
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The Citizen
OBLIQUE ANGLE : Ban on alcohol good, but ...
Come March 1, and alcohol sold in sachets, popularly known as viroba, will be history. This is as per Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa’s order. He was speaking in Manyara Region on Thursday.
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