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Immigration Practiced Nepotism, But Are Standards Still Workable?

Top officials of the Ministry of Home Affairs have been working around the clock to repair the damage done to the image of the ministry generally and the department in particular following a bungled recruitment of junior officials, identified as about 200 police corporals and constables Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Government, community urged to work together to curb deforestation
SOCIETY WATCH: With or without Maliki, Iraq will tear itself apart
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East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) Speaker Margareth Zziwa (R), IPP Director Joyce Luhanga (on Zziwa’s right), a section of members of the EALA and ITV senior staff, at ITV telecasting studio at Mikocheni, Dar es Salaam yesterday when the legislators visited IPP Media units. (Photo: Khalfan Said)

How government loses billions in fake salaries

Despite perennial claims of having insufficient budget funds leading to failure of development projects, the government has been losing over Sh40 billion monthly in salaries to ghost workers for years, a deputy minister has affirmed Full Story

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Azam FC Fighting Spirit Fit For Replica

Mainland champions Azam FC deserve to be praised despite having been eliminated in the ongoing Kagame Cup tournament in Kigali. Their Dutch courage needs to be replicated by other teams Full Story

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