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The Country Does Not Run Itself, Play Your Part, Vote.

When the public does not participate in the political process, it abandons its responsibility and foregoes its Constitutional right.   These rights were on the larger part fought for and blood was shed for the nation to govern itself and to do so democratically Full Story

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Dr Bilal: Extreme poverty behind worsening environmental degradation. Any hope for reversal?

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START THE WEEK: Noise legislation is there…but where are the implementers?
SOCIETY WATCH: The other side of the drivers` strike
SPORTS WATCH: Volleyball on the up and up
A Maasai woman selling traditional medicines keeps herself busy by decorating a trouser belt with beads to add value to it. Our roving photographer found her under a tree at a spot along Uhuru Street in Dar es Salaam yesterday. (Photo: Selemani Mpochi)

'Most Tanzanians trust media on reporting of graft cases'

At least 76 per cent of Tanzanians beleive that the media are effective in exposing corruption and government misconduct, while over 50 per cent advocate the media’s right to publish news without censorship Full Story

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Dr Migiro Missing In Campaign To Elect First Female UN Secretary-general

 A campaign has been launched toward the selection of the next United Nations Secretary General after the present one, Ban Kin Moon, finishes his term in 2016 with women saying its is now their turn to take the seat at the paragon of all nations Full Story

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Simba Coach In Sight For Runners-up Finish.

Simba SC head coach, Serbian Goran Kopunovic is confident his side stands a chance to finish runners-up in the Mainland premier league.   Simba thrashed Tanga’s Mgambo Shooting by 4-0 at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday to earn 38 points and consequently reduce their points’ margin with second-placed Azam FC to four Full Story

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