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Drugs in Tanzania and its stake in capitalistic gains

War against drugs seemed to gain momentum in Tanzania after Dar es Salaam’s Regional Commissioner to order a spate of arrest of high profile and prominent individuals. The battle was further invigorated by President’s statement that the battle is a widespread agenda that should include all institutions and his appointment of Commissioner General of Anti–Narcotics Agency (The Drug Control and Enforcement Agency (DCEA)).
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Morocco Blindness of its Past and Future

King Mohammed VI of Morocco has completed his official visit to Tanzania. Among other things, Rabat has promised constructing an ultra-modern mosque in Dar es Salaam and a modern stadium in Dodoma.Unfortunately, Rabat’s foreign policy scope has a full of shallowness, blindness distant away from her glorious history.
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Have You Seen the Champion of Democracy (US)?

The U.S. Embassy in Dar es Salaam has alerted its citizens on the current political standoff between the government and opposition parties. It warns them to avoid areas where demonstrations would be taking place and to exercise great caution in the vicinity of large gatherings and protests following a planned nationwide protest scheduled for September 1, 2016.
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The Sugar Conflict in Tanzania is a Deliberate Ploy

In the mid February 2016, the Tanzanian government declared officially that it would not allow traders to import sugar into the country unless they have a special license from the State House. That step was taken on the basis of the so called ‘protecting the internal sugar factories’. This has led to an inflation of the sugar price by more than 100% comparing to the government’s fixed price of Tsh.1800.
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