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Despite Mediocre Shows, Taifa Stars Merit Support

 It's unfortunate that our national soccer team, Taifa Stars, has been bundled out of the CHAN – the continental qualifiers for domestic-based players Full Story

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TUKUBALIANE KUTOKUKUBALIANA: What have we really accomplished so far this year?
SPORTS WATCH: What they say about the presidential race
EDUCATION: Will 2015/16 education budget deliver on govt promises?
President Jakaya Kikwete congratulates Dr Stephen Munga, Bishop of the North-East Diocese of Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tanzania, during celebrations to mark the 125th anniversary of the diocese held in Tanga yesterday. Among other things, the president appealed to religious leaders in the country to openly condemn corruption by politicians, including those aspiring for nomination for elective posts in the General Election lined up for October 25. (Photo: State House)

NEC: No verification of citizenship in BVR

 There is no standard method to verify the citizenship of persons being registered in the ongoing Biometric Voters Registration, the National Electoral Commission (NEC) has conceded 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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Mkwasa Defuses Fans' Frustrations

 The weekend result of the CHAN qualifier between Tanzania and Uganda has brought some confidence for the domestic fans though elimination was not their prime option Full Story

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