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Taita Taveta traders accuse Tanzania border officials of harassment

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“Tanzania authorities at Holili along the Kenya-Tanzania border recently ordered me to return several bags of maize I had bought from farmers in the country. I incurred heavy losses as I had to obey the order,” said Charles Wachira.

Taita Taveta traders accuse Tanzania border officials of harassment

By Renson Mnyamwezi | 4 years ago

Tea output to increase by 13pc despite strikes

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Nikko Tanui | 5 years ago

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