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Kudos To EU, UN For Raising A Voice On Albinos` Plight

Recent reports say that the government is coming for a slap on the wrists from the United Nations for its failure to do patently anything in view of the rampant killings of people with a skin handicap, albinos for more than ten years now Full Story

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SPORTS WATCH: Is Phiri return prove to be a game-changer?
SOCIETY WATCH: Has the D-day for ghost workers really come?
YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Why some husbands dislike children with disabilities?
This is where we expect to get teachers, doctors, pilots etc. FROM! Kinyambwiga A and B Primary school pupils in Bunda Constituency, Mara Region sit on stones and pieces of wood under a tree due to lack of classrooms as they listen to their teacher. (Photo: Ahmed Makongo)

NECTA to use GPA in evaluating Form IV, VI

In a move to match the grading system in secondary education to that of higher learning institutions, the National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) has introduced the Grade Point Average (GPA) system in evaluating Form Four and Form Six students effective this year and next year respectively Full Story

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ENOC Africa Set To Invest In Oil Terminal, Storage Facilities

In a bid to create reliable petroleum products market in the country, a subsidiary of Dubai government owned oil firm Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC Africa) operating in the country is expected to invest heavily in terminal and oil storage facilities Full Story

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Simba Confident Over Okwi Status

Simba Sports Club believes that they will emerge victorious in the registration case involving their newly-signed striker Emmanuel Okwi against archrivals Yanga Full Story

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