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AS the country’s attention was for the past few days directed towards the Under- 17 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon, where Serengeti Boys bowed out gallantly, the focus will now switch to the national senior side, Taifa Stars.

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THE whole football fraternity was baffled when Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) honoured Dodoma to host Azam Sports Federation Cup (ASFC) final at the Jamhuri Stadium on May 28th this year.

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IN a move to establish sustainable inclusive economic growth in the country, in his second year in office, President John Pombe Magufuli (JPM) is making great strides in addressing the rising concerns around youth unemployment in Tanzania.

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IMPRESSIVE performances of the Under- 17 National team, Serengeti Boys, have made them bigger than Serengeti plains, one of the Africa’s biggest animal sanctuaries.

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THIS year marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Korea and the United Republic of Tanzania.

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TANZANIA will soon start reaping dividends from the austerity and governance measures being implemented by President John Pombe Magufuli.

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NOW at 40 years, Fike Wilson, the former Mr Tanzania and body building champion, claims he looks younger than his 40-years. It is only physical exercise that makes him properly maintain his body, his health and appearance.

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AFRICA is at a tipping point. Whether it continues rising or falls back depends, above all else, on whether the continent creates the conditions in which its greatest resourceits young people-can shine. Already six out of ten of Africa’s people are under 25.

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THE damage is too big and far beyond repair whether Simba or Kagera Sugar win the case filed at Tanzania Football Federations (TFF) organs.

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IT may be true that every journey begins with a single step. But when it comes to education, especially in low and middleincome countries, we have a long way to go.

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THE country’s flag bearers at the U-17 Africa Youth Championship in Gabon forced a 2-2 draw with Ghana’s Black Starlets in their last international friendly match at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.

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STILL remember the day clearly. It was sometime in the recent past and I was in Dar es Salaam Music House. Of the entire city’s business houses, Dar es Salaam Music House was and still is, one of my favourite places.

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ETHIOPIAN Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn flew back home after his two-day state visit last week with a bag full of goodies, one being a deal for Ethiopian Airline to establish a cargo hub in Dar es Salaam.

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ATHLETISM sounds better than physical exercise, but collective fitness best describes the recent move to ensure the majority of Tanzanians engage in fitness exercises.

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An important step in building capital markets is to develop the “buy side” among local investors such as pension funds and insurance firms.

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An important step in building capital markets is to develop the “buy side” among local investors such as pension funds and insurance firms.

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JUST imagine how Tanzania could have been today without regulators of energy and water utilities. It goes without saying that life could have been tougher for common people.

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IN a country whose football is governed by mighty Simba-Young Africans’ fan base, private firms and individuals continue to play a vital role in the development of the league which both giants are its key players.

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YESTERDAY (8, March) was yet another day for women worldwide when they came out colourfully to celebrate various social, economic, cultural and political achievements they have made in their lifetime.

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THE EAC Heads of States are due to meet on the 6th April, this year, to discuss among other issues the way forward regarding the EAC-EU Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA).

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DAILY News newspaper of January 25, 2017 carried two articles hyping genetically modified (GM) technology. One was titled: “Why GMO tech is ideal in crop production” and another “Bio-safety committee upbeat of crop technology”.

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TANZANIA as a country has made great progress in addressing health challenges facing its citizens and one of the key areas is in the fight against HIV Aids.

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PUGU Secondary School, formerly St Francis College Pugu, is celebrating a vast transformation that will see it move out of special measures into a school with a bright future.

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IT is now 14 years since the UN set aside 6th February as Zero day of tolerance against FGM. The aim was and still is, to sensitise communities by holding campaigns to take action against FGM.

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CLOSE to the middle of last month, President John Magufuli did something in Chato, his home village in Geita Region, which cynics may have dismissed as a sheer publicity stunt. Not so for many who have kept track of the actions, decisions and pronouncements of the man who had not even distantly been whispered as a probable candidate – let alone victor – in the race for the top seat in 2015.

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IT is the morning after the night before and the cold chill of the night have lifted. At the African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa it’s postmortem time and everyone is asking one question: How did the favourites – Amina Mohamed of Kenya and Abdoulaye Bathily of Senegal – lose?

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UTILISING Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions for e-services and reaching all groups of society, including the poor, users in remote areas and other disadvantaged groups will transform development landscape.

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NILE Basin Initiative (NBI), an international partnership of ten Nile Basin countries, should be mandated to resolve conflicts in order to enhance cooperation to member states in the region.

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IN a simple language, Tanzanian marathoner, Alphonce Simbu, has convinced the youth countrywide that excelling in sports pays handsomely.

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ENCROACHMENT into government forests or land belonging to institutions is rampant these days. Some miscreants in urban centres encroach into school land, green belts, church or mosque property and road reserve areas.

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FARMERS need soft loans to modernise agriculture and improve production, which is vital in supporting efforts to build an industrial economy.

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THE recent High Court’s decision, confirming the Cybercrimes Act does not abrogate the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania, is another sign that the government has been performing its duties for public interests and not otherwise.

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WHEN Thomas Mashali died in Dar es Salaam last October, it was a big blow to the country’s boxing fraternity. But there still remained some hope, particularly in professional pugilism, that the dent caused to the game if any at all, was minimal.

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