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Makanyagio Street in Mpanda town, Katavi region, Johari Rafael (35), has delivered through caesarean section a 4 kilogramme baby boy facing serious body deformity...Johari delivered her baby at Mpanda District Hospital on April 30, this year with
Rukwa Region have arrested nine people for allegedly chopping off the left hand of Mwigulu Matonange (9) who is an albino. They were arrested while in the process of selling it for more than 600m/-. The suspects disappeared with the hand of the minor
Tanzania government last year managed to impound 28.5 sugar smuggled from Malawi but the government is yet to dispose it off. But previously the sugar was being freely distributed to institutions like schools, hospitals and prisons.
Tanzania riots over cashew nut payments Cashew nuts are one of Tanzania's main cash crops About 20 houses have been burnt down in riots by cashew nut farmers and other protesters in south-western Tanzania, the local MP has told the BBC. Faith Mitambo
Malawi last year, the Deputy Minister for Agriculture, Food, Security and Cooperatives, Mr Adam Malima, said on Friday. Mr Malima made the revelation while responding to a supplementary question posed by Prof David Mwakyusa (Rungwe West-CCM) who had
THE government has deployed experts in regions reportedly hit by the African Swine Fever (ASF) to study the magnitude of the problem and take relevant action. The Minister for Livestock Development and Fisheries, Dr Mathayo David Mathayo, told the '
National Carbon Monitoring Centre through funding from the government of Norway, the National Assembly was told on Tuesday. Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Mr Lazaro Nyalandu, said here that a proposal for the centre is ready and
Regional Commissioner Ms Chiku Gallawa has ordered district authorities in the region to stop allocating land to investors and individuals until land use plans have been established, as a means of wiping out land disputes and preserve environment
The Deputy Minister of State, Prime Minister's Office, Regional Administration and Local Government, Aggrey Mwanry, said in parliament that the construction of dispensaries and deployment of medical staff could best be achieved where the host
Mtwara Region, thanks to the recent tour by the Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda. A survey conducted by the 'Daily News on Saturday' for the past two days here has ob- served that Mtwara is peaceful now and people's spirit towards their security is