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Soccer Being Soccer, Yanga Aren't Out Yet!

 Despite “squandering” their narrow advantage in Saturday’s encounter in Dar es Salaam with visiting Etoile du Sahel of Tunisia, Young Africans can still overturns the tables in the return leg away in Tunis a fortnight or so from now Full Story

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Deputy Minister: Government Institutions steal electricity. Is it a fallout or recovery?

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START THE WEEK: Noise legislation is thereā€¦but where are the implementers?
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SPORTS WATCH: Volleyball on the up and up
President Jakaya Kikwete listens to Wild Dogs Project official (gesturing) moments after releasing the seriously endangered animals back into the natural habitat in Serengeti National Park on Saturday. (Photo: Asraji Mvungi)

TABOA to probe rise in road accidents.

The Tanzania Bus Owners Association (TABOA) has formed a committee  to look into  the rise in the number of  road  accidents in the country Full Story

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Govt Unveils Nine New Cultural Tourism Sites

The government has unveiled nine new cultural tourism sites across the nation with more than 120 major tribes, an official said on Saturday.   The new cultural tourism enterprises (CTEs) are being coordinated by the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) through its Cultural Tourism Programme (CTP) arm Full Story

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Mbeya City Focus On Top Four Finish

Mbeya City FC coach Juma Mwambusi said his squad now focuses on grabbing one of the top four positions in the ongoing Mainland premier league and he believes the side can live up to the projeceted expectations Full Story

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