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Kenyans jailed in TZ appeal to ACHPR

Kenyans jailed in TZ appeal to Africa Rights Court

Arusha: Kenyans who were charged with robbery in Arusha have filed a fresh application at the African Court on Human and People's Rights (ACHPR), accusing the local court of violating their rights by failing to end their trial within 'reasonable' time.

Gov't working to end 'brown teeth'

Gov't  working to end 'brown teeth'

Dodoma: Ministry of Water is identifying water sources affected by fluoride minerals that cause brown teeth.

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KenGen voted best energy firm in Africa

KenGen voted best energy firm in Africa

The Kenya Electricity Generating Company has been voted Africas best energy firm of the year. KenGens 280 megawatts Olkaria geothermal project has also been named this years clean energy project.

Shilling slides to 97.50 against dollar

Shilling slides to 97.50 against dollar, dealers expect pressure

Increasing demand for the US dollar has seen the shilling weaken to three-and-a-half-year low on Friday, with forex dealers expecting pressure on the local currency to continue.

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424,136 people are facing food shortage

The food and nutrition review which was conducted on January, 2015 shows that at least 424,136 people are facing food shortage in the country and they need 9,917 tonnes of food, the house was told on Tuesday.

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Nakumatt feels social media heat

Social media flexed its muscle once again when it brought to light price discrepancies at Nakumatt Supermarket, proving that Twitter can make or break a business.

How selling dogs changed Nkwanga's life

The English Mastiff is the kind of dog that does not take pleasantries from strangers. It is rough, territorial and mean, not to mention its size; almost as huge as a calf.

Russia, Uganda to sign landmark agreement

Uganda will sign a landmark agreement with the Russian government aimed at strengthening and opening doors for great cooperation between the two countries.

KCB pre-tax profit up by 12 per cent

Pre- tax profits at KCB bank increased by 12% during the first quarter of 2015, a new report has indicated.

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.

ESAURP to train entrepreneurs

Dar es Salaam: Eastern and Southern African Universities Research Programme (ESAURP) has launched a project geared on formalizing of Micro, Small and Medium entrepreneurs (MSMEs) covering ten regions of Tanzania.

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Promising time for a UK gas firm in Tz

Aminex, a UK gas firm chief executive Jay Bhattacherjee has said it is a very promising time for his company, which is on schedule to be a new gas producer in Tanzania.

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