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,WHAT TANZANIAN MINING INDUSTRY NEEDS 'Regulatory certainty, transparency,' law firm says
Written by MIA BREYTENBACH   
Friday, 17 October 2014 00:00

THE mining industry in Tanzania is currently facing several key challenges, including the need to attract investment for exploration in a difficult financial climate. As it happens, this is compounded by regulatory uncertainty – which further discourages additional investment, states Adam Lovett, a director of the law firm Norton Rose Fulbright based in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.

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STREET CRIME SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS IN TANZANIA: AN EXERCISE IN FUTILITY
Written by KARL LYIMO   
Friday, 17 October 2014 13:42

SO, it's finally coming to this... The Govt. of Tanzania is resorting to high-tech flamboyance in fighting street crime in the nation’s de facto capital and most important metropolis, Dar es Salaam. (Not to be confused with 'Negara Brunei Darussalam' in Brunei, or 'Bandar Salaam' in Somalia!)

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SOUTH AFRICA: A SHACK DWELLERS LEADER IS ASSASSINATED
Written by ABAHLALI BASEMJONDOLO   
Friday, 17 October 2014 13:34

Between half past six and seven last night, an armed man burst into Thuli Ndlovu’s home in KwaNdengezi, in Kwa-Zulu Natal, while she was watching TV. He shot her seven times and she died on the scene. Ndlovu was the Chairperson in KwaNdengezi of Abahlali Basemjondolo kwaNdengezi, South Africa’s movement of shack dwellers. There were two other people in the house at the time. One was Sphe Madlala, an 18-year-old neighbour. He finished matric last year and did very well in physics and maths. Our movement has been trying to help him to get into university. He had come to the house to help Thuli’s 17-year-old daughter, Sli, with her matric studies in maths and science. Sphe was also shot twice in the stomach but he survived. He underwent surgery at RK Khan Hospital at one this morning and remains in a critical condition. Thuli’s one-year-old son, Freedom, was also in the house at the time of the shooting. He was not physically harmed. Sli was in a separate outside room with her grandmother at the time of the shooting.

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DRAFT CONSTITUTION: CAN, WILL 'THEY' GET AWAY WITH (POLITICAL) MURDER?
Written by NKWAZI MHANGO   
Friday, 17 October 2014 13:38

JUDGING by the look of things, it's obvious that the Chama cha Maulaji (CcM) is hell-bent to impose its will on Tanzanians. Refer to the recent sideshow whereby CcM was able to 'pass' the so-called new Constitution through the CcM-packed Constituent Assembly!

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SINGING LESSONS: HOW TO REALIGN YOUR VOCAL PLACEMENT
Written by JOETT   
Friday, 17 October 2014 13:26

hilst training a student who has struggled with voice placement issues for quite a while, I decided to write an article solely based on how I discovered the root of the problem and how I solved it. So yes, this, as it were, is a case study piece that may trigger a few alarm bells should you be experiencing a similar problem.

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