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Unfair taxation system prompts evasion

By   /  April 18, 2016  /  Editorial  /  No Comments

THE AFRICAN CARTOON PG6..

PRESIDENT John Magufuli emphasizes on tax payment for traders and urges people to demand receipts whenever they buy goods so that the Government collects proper tax dues. As our main story this week points out stakeholders, among others things are complaining of an unfair taxation and system which binds them, while others get exemptions and […]

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Needed political will to curb road carnage

By   /  April 4, 2016  /  Editorial  /  No Comments

Corruption, indolence, clumsiness and lack of esprit d’ecorps in the establishment, have always been cited as responsible for the letdown in the country’s many sectors. One of these sectors–road transport–that is associated with the rampant road carnage. The Government seems to have no clue to remedy. Every now and then the public is jolted by […]

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Local institutions should follow CRDB dedicated example

By   /  March 14, 2016  /  Editorial, Latest News  /  No Comments

By any standards and inclination, CRDB Bank is a success story that qualifies to be recorded as a classic case of dedication and prudence of creative management of the local leadership. We congratulate and commend Dr Charles Kimei and the entire CRDB management for the 20 years of successful performance which lifted the Bank from […]

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Kudos to Uganda-Tanzani oil pipeline agreement

By   /  March 7, 2016  /  Editorial, Latest News  /  No Comments

The transportation of fuel over tankers and lorries in the interior of Tanzania will be a thing of the past when the country implements the construction of the Uganda pipeline. Presidents Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and John Pombe Magufuli, have agreed to construct the pipeline that will transit Uganda’s oil through Tanzania. The importance of the […]

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Saudi authorities urged to be inclusive to review pilgrimage systems

By   /  October 2, 2015  /  Editorial, International News, Latest News  /  No Comments

We extend our condolences to all people who have lost their loved ones in the Hajj Pilgrimage in Mecca, Saudi Arabia where more than seven hundred people were declared dead and more than eight hundred wounded. Among the dead include fellow four Tanzanians and one Kenyan from Tanzania among the 2,700 pilgrims that were in […]

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Multinational companies should pay taxes at source

By   /  October 2, 2015  /  Editorial, Latest News  /  No Comments

Tax evasion is a disturbing issue to many people and authorities since it is evident that it is a major contributor of poverty in developing countries. The G20 have adopted it as topical issue at all its sittings and are about to formalise the taxation template of multinational companies with emphasis for them to pay […]

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