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Citizens not educated on insurance - Migiro

Citizens not educated on insurance, Migiro says

Dodoma: The minister for justice and constitution affairs, Asha-Rose Migiro has urged citizens affected by road accidents to file legal claims instead of focusing on insurance issues only.

New consituencies are NEC's job, says gov't

Minister: Creating new constituencies is NEC's job not MPs

Earlier this May, NEC said new 20 districts established after the 2010 General Election will automatically become new constituencies. The formation of new constituencies will take the number of parliamentary electoral areas to at least 254 from the current 239.

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How selling dogs changed Nkwanga's life

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Russia, Uganda to sign landmark agreement

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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.

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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.

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