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Taifa Star Can Sparkle In Kampala - Why Not?

 The “wind of change” that has swept through our national soccer team’s technical bench with the preference for Tanzanian trainers to foreign ones can make immense sense – if backed with greater diligence and a truly fighting spirit Full Story

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SPORTS WATCH: What they say about the presidential race
EDUCATION: Will 2015/16 education budget deliver on govt promises?
SOCIETY WATCH: The politics of robbing Peter to pay Paul
President Jakaya Kikwete (2nd R) and the Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn (3rd R) inspect the equipment to produce anti-malaria biolarvicides moments after the launch of the factory at Kibaha, Coast Region yesterday. (Photo: State House)

Opposition object bills tabling amid uproar Speaker postpones session

 The Opposition camp in the National Assembly yesterday forced the Speaker Anne Makinda to postpone the morning session prematurely when it pushed for the removal of three bills on oil and gas that were slated for tabling Full Story

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Tanzania, Chinese, Zambian Firms Win Deals In 11 Projects In Blantyre

 Malawi's city council of Blantyre has signed a pact with the China-Zambia and China-Tanzania Friendly Cultural Exchange Programme for the combined implementation of 11 projects in the capital and that the programme would be facilitated by the Chinese government Full Story

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New Sign-ups Must Avoid Talent Waste

 It has always been a dream for most of the Tanzanian young soccer players to either sign for Yanga or Simba, thinking they have hit a milestone achievement of their careers Full Story

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