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The Government Must Decide Now On GMOs

For years now Tanzania has been hesitant in allowing the country to adopt the widely touted Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). Although no official statement has been issued to bar farmers from adopting the biotechnology, the fear has been that the GMOs have harmful effects on humans, animals or environment Full Story

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DENTAL MATTERS: Is 'brown' sugar better than white sugar?
EDUCATION: Is our education system preparing self-reliant, responsible citizens?
SOCIETY WATCH: Failure to fast-track new constitution may be a blessing in disguise
President Jakaya Kikwete formally receives Africa's Most Impactful Leader of the Year 2013 Award from Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation minister Bernard Membe at State House in Dar es Salaam yesterday. The Award was bestowed on the president by African Leadership Magazine in recognition of the good governance and remarkable growth and development Tanzania has recorded during his presidency. Membe received it on his behalf at a recent ceremony in Washington, DC. (Photo: Khalfan Said)

Standoff as CA takes Easter break

The Committee of the Chairpersons of the Constituent Assembly was yesterday locked in an emergency meeting, to discuss the way forward after the walkout on Wednesday by members of the Coalition of People’s Constitution (UKAWA) Full Story

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Derby Fever Grips Fans

Despite ending the season without any silverware, Dar es Salaam’s soccer giants Simba and Yanga whose final match will be played at the National Stadium on Saturday has already sent shivers to fans of either camp Full Story

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