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AS UDA-RT TAKES OFF WITH A BANG… FREE MOVEMENT OF OTHER VEHICLES IN PERIL
Written by ANIL KIJA   
Friday, 03 June 2016 14:26

TRIUMPHANT fifth-phase Government authorities, planning to field up to 400 buses to provide commuter services in Dar es Salaam city that is now being restored entirely to the City Council and the Treasury, are lining up major disturbances on freedom in city transport for buses on the one hand and personal cars on the other hand!

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THE ACACIA-BISMARCK SAGA: ACACIA MINING ‘LAMBASTED’ IN PARLIAMENT
Written by TIMES CORRESPONDENT   
Friday, 03 June 2016 14:24

ON Tuesday this week, the shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs in the Parliament of Tanzania, Reverend Peter Msigwa, lambasted Acacia Mining in the ongoing National Assembly meeting in Dodoma, stating that the company had been dishonest in their dealings with Bismarck Hotels (Mining) Limited, a  Mwanza-based local mining company.

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NEW STUDY: CYBER THREATS ARE RISING
Written by TIMES REPORTER   
Friday, 03 June 2016 14:20

Findings of a new cyber safety research show a growing trend among cybercriminals to target – and even filter out – specific countries when designing ransomware and other malicious cyber attacks.

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MOBILE AND ONLINE BANKING IN AFRICA: STANCHART LAUNCHES MOST EXTENSIVE ROLL-OUT
Written by TIMES CORRESPONDENT   
Friday, 03 June 2016 14:22

Standard Chartered Bank (<www.SC.com>) is bringing its newest mobile and online banking platform to one million clients in eight African markets, the most extensive digital rollout of its kind in Africa by an international bank.

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EU TO FUND INTRA-AFRICA ACADEMIC MOBILITY SCHEME…
Written by MOHAMED KAZINGUMBE   
Friday, 03 June 2016 14:18

A NEW scheme titled ‘Intra-Africa Academic Mobility’ – and which was launched on March 9 this year with a total budget of EUR-10 million – is said by stakeholders in different disciplines that it is bound to benefit millions of African scholars, including those from Tanzania.

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