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Teams, Players Ought To Treat Contracts With Care.

With the current Mainland premier soccer league season coming to an end early next month, teams and players must be pondering their next moves with regard to quality signings and landing greener pastures, respectively Full Story

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START THE WEEK: Unsafe 'safety' standards!
EDUCATION: How effective is quality assurance, accreditation system in our colleges, universities?
SOCIETY WATCH: Action on noise polution is a big relief
Commander-in-Chief President Jakaya Kikwete waves to the multitudes at Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam yesterday when arriving there to grace celebrations to mark the 51st anniversary of the Union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar. With him is Chief of Defence Forces General Davis Mwamunyange. (Photo: Khalfan Said).

Union Day marked with pomp, fanfare.

Thousands of Tanzanians turned up at Uhuru Stadium in Dar e s Salaam yesterday  to mark the  51st  anniversary of the Union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar Full Story

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Azam Coach Claims To Finish Runners-up.

Azam FC coach, Ugandan George Nsimbe remains adamant that his squad will land a runners-up position in the Mainland premier soccer league after the team commanded a 4-0 rout of Stand United of Shinyanga at their backyard of Azam Complex, in Dar es Salaam last Saturday Full Story

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