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TFF Must Work On Referees' Integrity

What bring nausea to football prosperity in the country for many years are not only poor pitches, gate collection or the standard of the game itself, but the questionable integrity of the people behind match results Full Story

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EDUCATION: Factors that boost education delivery in Tanzania
SOCIETY WATCH: Our education system will gain if private schools are supported
DENTAL MATTERS: Of patients who pray before undergoing dental treatment
Panelists take part in a live TV debate on the constitutional review in Dar es Salaam yesterday. They are (from L) CUF national chairman Prof Ibrahim Lipumba, Minister of State in the President’s Office, (Civil Society Relations and Coordination), Steven Wasira and Chadema’s head of legal affairs, Tundu Lissu. (Photo: Omar Fungo)

'Public tired of logjam in constitution review'

Tanzanians are demanding for an immediate end of the ongoing standoff between the Coalition for People’s Constitution (Ukawa) and the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi saying their differences are impeding the constitution review process Full Story

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Sadiki Graces ARS Tournament Opener

Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner Meck Sadiki yesterday graced the opening ceremony of regional Airtel Rising Stars football tournament and exhorted the U-17 youngsters to work hard with a view of riding the country of mediocre performance at international stage Full Story

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