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DAR’S arch soccer rivals, Simba and Young Africans finally play today in the Charity Shield match at the sprawling National Stadium.

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PENICILLIN, the world’s first antibiotic, was discovered at St Mary’s hospital in London by Dr Alexander Fleming in September 28, 1928. Initially, Penicillin was used to treat deadly bacterial infections including Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcal infections.

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IF high education level was the formula for economic success, all university professors would be among the world’s richest persons. Maybe they are rich in knowledge and academic wisdom.

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THANK God information is not food. So, you wouldn’t die if you were starved of it, as you would, if your halfblessed stomach were denied its constitutionally mandated share of ugali. Or, if you are half-lucky to come from the shores of a certain unnecessarily big lake like me, of boiled bananas.

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‘SIKILIZENI’, I know most of you will try to argue, but I tell you the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, ‘simu zimetuzidi ujanja’.

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WE, editors from different Media Houses in Tanzania have recently pulled efforts to make sure that child’s rights issues get priority in their coverage, irrespective of where they are.

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HABEMUS President in Kenya! One of the formidable challenges facing the Kenyan President-elect, is youth unemployment which many analysts see as a ticking time-bomb. It is for that reason that many governments encourage entrepreneurship.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli’s mode of administration is still sending shock waves throughout the country, Reporter at Large can reveal. With a cry of Hapa Kazi tu, his modus operandi of galvanising people into action has set him apart as new and different leader taking the people into the industrial era.

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AFTER sending eight athletes to compete in the just ended 2017 IAAF World Athletics Championships in London, UK and winning one bronze medal, Athletics Tanzania (AT) have now appealed for more financial support from public, private and general public.

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EARLY this week, Tanzania received Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi on a two-day state visit. Brief as it was, it was nevertheless a landmark visit by a leader from a country, which is purely African geographically; as it is the guardian of the northern gate of Africa - being a linkage to the Middle East - as it is also culturally Arab.

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SPORTS minister, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe told the newly elected TFF leadership, to get medicine for the sick man of Tanzania’s sports, football, as soon as possible. “You don’t have time to celebrate your victory,” said the minister whose docket includes sports.

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ON Concerns over Graduates’ Employability, Nurturing of the Heart through Service Learning Could Hold Promise I THINK it is true and indeed right to say, producing university graduates with degrees and skills that have no or limited practical use for our job markets is silly, absurd and bizarre.

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WHAT could Elvis Presley and Iddi Amin have in common this side of Heaven, pray? Or, indeed: Babe Ruth, Joao Havelange, Robert Bunsen…? ‘They’ve nothing in common,’ one might respond, rushing to Judgment! Indeed, the five are familiar in many parts of the world.

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SINCE many years I have been making relentless efforts to convince you as to how savings and investment is important not only to you as a person in your individual capacity but to the whole society per se. Domestic savings on the part of each citizen is finally channelled towards economic development of any country.

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DID you hear the latest from the Brits? Finally some whom I will call bold visionaries are coming out clearly with the message that Brexit was a mistake and there is still time to correct it.

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I NEVER tire to confess –in darkness, as if I were a shy hyena, as well as in public, as a fertilizer thief would, or should, because stealing something that enhanced farm productivity is heroic ‑that, I was ‘kaput’ at science subjects in school.

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BEING a man entails so many things, and it does not end with one being able to spot a beard and some hidden gadgets in the trousers rarely exposed, ni zaidi ya hayo.

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A SURVEY done in Kenya early this year showed that internet users had grown by 11 per cent to an estimated 39.4 million in 2016 compared to a growth of 35.9 per cent in 2015.

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THE talk-of-the-town, call it the city if you like for the moment is the general election of the Tanzania Football Federation, TFF, to be held in Dodoma today.

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THIS is a more similar view of what happened to me.

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When you wake up it is not easy for you to know how your day will end. On a Monday of July 24 this year I took things for granted and hoped all would be well and I would be back in my bed with incident by nightfall.

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CARTOONS and politics are inseparable. Cartoons tell great stories in a subtle way. They entertain, enlighten and make us think out of the box. Cartoons are informative, interesting and humorous. Charmingly, they are mind boggling.

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IN June this year, this country lost quite a remarkable figure – a person who designed and drew our national emblem as it is today and stands unaltered since independence 56 years ago.

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THEY call it The Leaning Tower of Pisa – ‘Torre Pendente di Pisa’ inItalian–for good reason.…Groundbreaking for the Tower begun on a date like today’s some 844 years ago– on August 9, 1173CE (Christian Era), to be exact–and construction was completed in Year-1372CE: 199 years later!

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WORLDWIDE up to 76 percent of the population may be overfat. This means if you measure the size of their trousers or skirt it is more than half their height. If the size of your waist measures more than half your height you are overfat.

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I AM almost absolutely sure that, people who have been careless enough to waste a bit of their precious time to read my blah-blah – hopefully you aren’t amongst them – know, not about my love-hate relationship with arithmetic, but the hate-hate variety.

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WHAT kind of childhood are children experiencing these days? They have a lot of the basic needs. Quite a sizable proportion of children in urban areas have not just the basic needs but many extras.

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LITTLE did I know on the day-break of 9th December 1961 that our independence was poised to encounter some hurdles camouflaged in what appeared as a euphemistical self-governing nation, but unknowingly, there were hoax inspired foreign machinations, aimed at making early independent African countries dependent on their former colonisers!

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IN the last fortnight, those who followed global news on major TV networks were certainly alarmed by the bloodshed in Jerusalem, which is globally revered by the three major spiritual faiths in the world today– Christianity, Islam and Judaism- as a “holy” place.

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I HOPE you would agree with me that most of President John Pombe Magufuli (JPM)'s speeches are geared toward the social health and economic viability for his people.

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ATHLETICS Tanzania (AT) finally appears to be succeeding in returning Tanzania to its past glorious days of Filbert Bayi, Suleiman Nyambui, Clavar Kamanya, Gidamas Shahanga and TPDF Colonel (rtd) Juma Ikangaa.

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HE is the guy who makes your heart go lub-dub double time. In no time you were meeting him every day and when he proposed you accepted.

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SEVERAL years ago, my hair envied charcoal over being blacker, but couldn’t do anything about it. It is now partially succeeding to resemble cotton lint.

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THERE is a saying among the young people that; unless there is photographic evidence, it didn’t happen.

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