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The Role of Civil Society Organisations in Building Local Democracy

*By John Ulanga* *Executive Director,* *The Foundation for Civil Society, Tanzania* *A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of MS Tanzania,* February 19, 2008, MS TCDC Arusha, Tanzania 1 INTRODUCTION Over the last couple of years there has been a lot of discussions on the importance of the role of civil society organizations in the development processes. Attempts have been […]

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CRDB: we planned our future this way

By correspondent Ernest C. Ambali. Believe this and you will rise to success!! Forsake it, you will fall into the gaping abyss!!. That is: you must have a strong, positive vision of success – and you will succeed. You will not need Albino’s body parts or a chain talisman. In other words, there is nothing like luck. You create your […]

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The third Five-Year Corporate Plan of the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA),

By Correspondent Ernest C. Ambali “It is the customer who has the power to change the profit or loss figures in an annual report. Only by listening to the customer can one hope to make a solid, lasting and profitable change in business. “By focusing on the customer, one is really concentrating on serving and satisfying the customer’s needs. Customer […]

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THE WORLD HAS NOTHING FOR NOTHING

By ERNEST C. AMBALI 1. The world has nothing for nothing The dollar on the road you picked Is something for something. Had you not to the road walked You would have had nothing for nothing. 2. The world has nothing for nothing. Even charity given to the needy Is not something for nothing. Had the giver not seen them […]

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TIB: truly by Tanzanians for Tanzania

By Correspondent Ernest C. Ambali The Tanzania Investment Bank (TIB) is now assured of nearing to its envisioned zenith—“to be the premier development bank that promotes economic growth by offering complete financing solutions to clients”. The assurance follows the recent one billion/- in the National Assembly meeting in Dodoma by the Deputy Minister for Finance and Economic Affairs, Mr Jeremiah […]

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CRDB shows the way others follow…..

By Correspondent Ernest C. Ambali The commanding colour of the CRDB Bank, the bank that listens, is green. Those who are educated in colour significance as given by Dr. Marx Lüscher in his book, “The Lüscher Colour Test”, this colour means “self-preservation”. Writing in short on the origin of colour significance, Lüscher who was Professor of Psychology at Basle University, […]

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