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YOUNG Africans have gallantly sailed into Group Stage of CAF Confederation Cup following their hard-earned 2-1 aggregate win over Ethiopian dark horse, Wolaitta Dicha, but from what we have seen, there is much pending work that has to be done.

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IT is very sickening that, with somewhat frightening regularity, we are compelled to editorialize on what, well, at the risk of sounding mischievous, but which isn’t our intention, the plight of mostly sick elderly people.

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RECENTLY, the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) governing body postponed yet again a decision to stop accepting money from the tobacco industry for its projects to end child labour in the tobacco growing sector.

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IT has been reported that the Police Force has impounded eight firearms, 145 rounds of ammunition, 96 military knives, Mozambican military coats and boots and devices for making explosives.

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“IF you wish to move mountains tomorrow, you must start by lifting stones today”—so goes an African proverb, crystallising the solutions to the continent’s socio-economic inequalities. Africa is second only to Latin America in economic inequalities. Dollar millionaires in Africa doubled to 160,000 between 2000 and 2015, while people living on less than $1.25 a day—the poverty threshold—increased from 358 million to 415 million between 1996 and 2011, according to the Brookings Institution,

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IN the intervening period, we have been mourning the passing away of the mother of the South African nation, Winnie Mandela. But not many people know about the family of Nelson Mandela and his wife, Winnie, left behind. More importantly, the mould of those children and grandchildren in terms of political outlook is not much in the limelight. I, for one, had a pleasant surprise the other day when I came across an item online that was actually a formal letter to the King of Morocco.

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ONCE again, the country’s oldest clubs Simba and Young Africans are engaged in a cut throat race for the Mainland Premier League title, as it has always been the case in the past years. As the 2017-18 league season slowly comes to an end, a lot is being said by football fans in the country mainly on the general assessment of the unfolding league, as the top three teams namely Simba, Young Africans and Azam FC are going toe to toe.

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IN this article, I ‘m sharing with you a list of 12 tips on how to sustain a healthy marriage. I have been motivated to share with you the above title because of several reasons. Nevertheless, I’m narrating the reasons not in any order of importance.

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THE energy industry is changing. With reserves of fossil fuels such as coal and oil depleting every day, alternatives are required to provide power to the billions of people living around the world.

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IT has come to light that illegal fishermen in Lake Victoria carry out their nefarious activities in Tanzanian, Kenyan and Ugandan territorial waters.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli has added his voice to the growing public outcry in connection with the seemingly uncontrollable road accident menace.

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AS Young Africans look for good results in their CAF Confederation Cup match against Wolloita Ditcha of Ethiopia tomorrow, other country’s envoys; Ngorongoro Heroes were stunned at home by Congolese and Zambia visitors.

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THE National Assembly has been told that the Ministry of Water and Irrigation is currently implementing a grand water project in Longido town in a quest to ease shortages.

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ONCE upon repeated failures to perform, the acronym ATC was meant to stand for, albeit derogatively, ‘Air Time Cancellation’ on account of its numerous flights being put off even as passengers sat at the departure lounge.

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LAST year, I wrote a similar article about binge drinking but with a different take home message. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism defines binge drinking as a pattern of drinking that brings a person’s blood alcohol concentration to 0.08 grammes per cent or above.

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PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday inaugurated new four radars and the third Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) Bombardier Q400NG turboprop aircraft touched down at the Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam in the afternoon after a delayed delivery.

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MARCH 21 in Kigali, Rwanda, saw African leaders launch the biggest free trade agreement since the establishment of the Geneva-based World Trade Organisation 23 years ago. The African Continental Free Trade Area is a culmination of an agreement reached in 2012 and the intense negotiations of African heads of government that started in earnest in 2015.

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WE don’t – will never – tire to stress that peace is a jewel that the majority of Tanzanians treasure highly. We wish to hastily explain why we are alluding to ‘majority’ instead of ‘all’ nationals.

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THE East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) has called on the international community to find a lasting solution to migration and refugee crises.

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IT has come to light that there are 360 illegal villages, some with permanent human settlements complete with local government leaderships deep in forest reserves in the country.

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THE nation has been hit by yet another heart rending road accident after a slim spell--26 travellers died in a ghastly incident when a mini-bus got involved in a head-on collision with a lorry that was loaded with 32 tonnes of salt at Mwalusembe in Mkurunga District.

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UNIVERSITY graduation ceremony-related photographs are one of the major decorators of some sitting rooms in Tanzania.

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PEACE from time immemorial has been the beauty of life. It is the smile everyone wants in the family that graduates to form a nation, and for the nation to advance in its development, the same citizens must respect it and see into it that everyone maintains it at all costs.

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THE Parliamentary Standing Committee on Infrastructure has added its voice to the menace posed by bad roads in the country.

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IT has come to light that some hard-boiled smugglers, who shunt into Tanzania small quantities of goods at a time, evade taxation by using unofficial routes known as “panya routes” in the parlance of the criminal underworld.

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ENTHUSIASTS of old-era musical hits never grow tired of listening to the lyrics and instrumental mixture of the compositions.

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THERE are remarkable changes in Tanzania’s top flight league that makes it lure talented players from almost all parts of the continent. The presence of Vodacom, Azam, KCB Bank and SportPesa as major sponsors of the big leagues and teams is pushing Tanzanian football further ahead.

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THE country’s envoys in the CAF interclub championships --Young Africans and Simba--will be forced to play with all the available football tricks to progress into the next stages of the competitions during their away return encounters slated for tomorrow.

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TANZANIA Meteorological Agency (TMA) recently joined its counterparts in East Africa to predict and issue an alert over oncoming seasonal rains in the region saying it might lead into floods, and no doubt the presence of floods normally come along with outbreak of water borne diseases.

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IF you want to kill a monkey, so the liberally translated familiar Kiswahili saying goes, you should not stare it straight in the face. The inference is that, eye contact between you and the animal might prompt you to change your mind, because, in spite of being a nuisance around your household, it is generally a friendly creature.

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LAST Sunday, 62-member-countries of International Solar Alliance (ISA) adopted the ‘Delhi Solar Agenda’ that seeks to raise the share of solar power in their energy basket so as to mitigate climate change and provide clean, affordable electricity to the underprivileged.

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IT is very agonising for the citizens of this beautiful country who love it to the core, to witness how some of their compatriots are soiling that beauty.

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AS Tanzania joins the rest of the world in celebrating women’s day, we can all agree that despite the great efforts made in trying to make life easy for them, women still face a great number of challenges.

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