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Climate change hurts Tz coffee production

Study predicts Tz coffee production slip as temperature rises

Our forecast indicates that if the trend continues as has been observed during recent decades, then Arabica coffee production in Tanzania will drop to 145 kg per hectare by the year 2060, the study said.

UDSM to research on oil

UDSM to research on oil

It is about times the Institute undertook the assignment and see what Tanzania has been blessed in terms of oil, university Vice Chancellor, Prof Cuthbert Kimambo told IMS Research Week.

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East Africa

Two dead in Bujumbura protests

Deadly Burundi protests after president seeks third term

At least two people have been shot dead in violent clashes in Burundi, a day after President Pierre Nkurunziza controversially launched his bid for a third term in office.

Court allows Kamanis to travel overseas

Two suspects charged over the Anglo Leasing scam in which the government lost Sh8 billion can now travel abroad to attend to business and family matters after a Nairobi court released their passports.

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Nepal quake death toll surges to 3,200

Nepal quake death toll surges to 3,200

International rescue teams and relief supplies began arriving in Nepal's devastated capital Monday to help terrified and homeless survivors of a quake that has killed more than 3,200 people in the impoverished nation.

Google executive killed in Nepal quake

Google executive among hundreds dead from Nepal quake

Dan Fredinburg, the head of privacy for GoogleX and a Google adventurer, died on Saturday morning as a result of a head injury from the Mt. Everest avalanche, his sister posted on her brother's Twitter and Instagram accounts.

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'Fast and Furious 8' set for 2017 release

The "Fast and Furious" franchise is set to roar into its next phase with an eighth installment due in 2017, the first without Paul Walker, the late actor's co-star Vin Diesel said Thursday.

New study clears air on fake malaria drugs

A rigorous analysis of antimalarial drug quality conducted in Tanzania and Cambodia found no evidence of fake medicines, according to new research published in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

SME operators acquire loan mgnt skills

Bad loans among small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) could reduce after a local comercial bank kick-started a training programmes in financial management for business operators across the country.

5 Things to consider before accepting a job

Job offers come with so many emotions. You're excited, happy, and-likely-quite relieved.

Pepsi to replace Coke in NBA deal

PepsiCo will sponsor the National Basketball Association, ending a 28-year deal between its arch rival Coca-Cola and the NBA.

How helpful are internal audits

As businesses develop and become complicated and as government institutions strive to provide better services to citizens, the need to have an internal audit increases.

Could this spell the end of 'Mitumba'?

Imported second-hand clothes will soon be outlawed as Tanzania and other East Africa countries move to revive the regional textile industries.

Two blocs team up for industrial devt

The East African Community (EAC) secretariat is collaborating with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (Unido) to address challenges affecting industrial policies in the region.

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UDSM to research on oil

It is about times the Institute undertook the assignment and see what Tanzania has been blessed in terms of oil, university Vice Chancellor, Prof Cuthbert Kimambo told IMS Research Week.

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