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President Kikwete pledges to ‘elevate’ press freedom

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Published on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 15:18
Written by KARL LYIMO
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SOME of the more enlightened official pronouncements by the Government of Tanzania seem to be made abroad. There is, indeed, nothing wrong with that.

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Africa can easily feed itself - and much of the world!

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Published on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 09:22
Written by Karl Lyimo
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TODAY, Africa is home to 1.2billion souls out of the world’s 7.2billion total. It’s projected that the African population will double to 2.4bn by the year 2050 - a mere 35 years hence!

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Constitutional ‘idiosyncrasies’ and other national monuments

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Published on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 10:15
Written by KARL LYIMO
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IT was on a date like today’s, Sept. 24, when US President Teddy Roosevelt invoked his constitutional powers in 1906 to declare “Devils Tower” in Wyoming State a national monument! But, I’m jumping the starter’s gun here...

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Finally, a bright future for tobacco? If it treats Ebola...

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Published on Wednesday, 20 August 2014 13:30
Written by KARL LYIMO
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AFTER decades – perhaps generations – of projecting in a bad light the use of tobacco products by humans, it now seems that, after all tobacco isn’t the monster that it has been demonised to be down the years!

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Tanzania must avoid its reputation being eroded

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Published on Wednesday, 06 August 2014 09:20
Written by KARL LYIMO
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IN only a matter of only four days, July 22 to 25, Tanzania experienced three negative developments, which threaten to erode the country’s reputation and credibility within the comity of nations as a model of good practices and a preferred tourist destination.

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Proposed Pinda Diaspora Convention is most welcome

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Published on Wednesday, 30 July 2014 01:16
Written by KARL LYIMO
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FOR starters, let me say in all fairness and without an iota of prejudice that Tanzanians in the Diaspora are most welcome ‘back home’ in every sense of the word.

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How to balance ruralto- urban population migration equation

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Published on Wednesday, 23 July 2014 02:58
Written by KARL LYIMO
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JACQUES Morisset is the World Bank’s Lead Economist in Tanzania, Burundi and Uganda. He is/was also the lead author of the Bank’s latest Report on Tanzania’s (Socio-) Economic Update, captivatingly titled ‘Who Wants a Job?

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Nurturing the Private Sector: From BEST Advocacy to BEST Dialogue...

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Published on Wednesday, 16 July 2014 02:55
Written by KARL LYIMO
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IF to ‘nurture’ is to foster by promoting the growth or development of someone or something – generally doing so by supplying the requisite ‘nourishment’ – then the Tanzania Government did well to embrace the bona fide support of the Governments of Denmark, the Netherlands, Sweden and the UK (named here strictly in alphabetical order) in nurturing the private sector!

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The GMOs saga: Give Mother Nature a chance

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Published on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 02:29
Written by KARL LYIMO
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THE Government of Tanzania needs to arrive at a prudent and efficacious decision on the highly-controversial issue of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) in general, and genetically-modified (GM) farm crops in particular.

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