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MBAO FC Head Coach, Etienne Ndairagije assured the team’s supporters good results when they face Simba at CCM Kirumba Stadium tomorrow.

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ON SEPTEMBER 20, 1979 – 38 years today – a coup d’état in what’s today known as the Central African Republic (C.A.R.) ousted self-styled ‘Emperor Jean-Bedel Bokassa-the-First’out of power!

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MBAO FC Head Coach, Etienne Ndairagije assured the team’s supporters good results when they face Simba at CCM Kirumba Stadium tomorrow.

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IMMIGRATION officers from Partner States display the New EA e-Passports during the 16th Ordinary Summit of EAC Heads of State

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WALTER Rodney, a prominent Guyanese historian, political activist and scholar once wrote details in his book ‘How Europe underdeveloped Africa’ and many scholars took hats off to him while others saw his shortfalls in his school of thought and labelled it one sided, but perhaps, former Nigerian President Olesegun Obasanjo overruled it all in 1994 while burying Kenya doyen politician Jaramogi Oginga Odinga by saying: “Thank God Africa has been saved from many earthquakes and Tsunami, but the only earthquakes and Tsunami we have are in form of bad leaders.”

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THE Second Vice President Ambassador Seif Ali Idd has pleaded with the business community to join hands in improving health services in the country.

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THE Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) and Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) have paid Wentworth Resources Ltd 2.0 million US dollars for outstanding invoices for gas sales.

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TANZANIA needs businesses that manage increasingly complex process of producing, trading and distributing goods and services to contribute to sustainable growth, the Bank of Tanzania Governor, Prof Benno Ndulu has said.

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THE presence of substandard and counterfeit products and limited access to affordable and quality medicines continue to be a major challenge to universal health coverage in low and middle-income countries, including Tanzania.

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THE Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has won an appeal over refusal by the High Court to admit as evidence an envelope containing Heroine Hydrochloride valued at over 169m/- in the criminal trial of Lithuanian woman, Kristina Biskasevskaja.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli will today (Wednesday), write history as he inaugurates the first ever tarmac road to be built in the vast Simanjiro district, Manyara region.

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Yet almost 50% of the country’s tomato yields are lost after harvest, an economic loss which exacerbates an already undersupplied market.

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MAGRETH Simon is the current chairperson of Homari AMCOS (Agriculture Marketing Cooperative Society) - a farmers group in Hanang, Manyara region in northern Tanzania.

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SCHOOLGIRLS ride their bicycles on their way from school on the highway that traverses Bingwa Leaf Mine in Lwamgasa Ward, Geita District.

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FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD Susan Adam grappled with many trials of sexual exploitation before she made a decision to rent a room near her school.

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IT is believed that the number of species of insects is between six to ten million which enable them to occupy 90 percent of all animals which inhabit the whole world. Approximately, a farmer planting maize in Handeni or rice in Mbeya is surrounded by more than 200,000,000 different insects which out numbers other animals on Earth.

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