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Soccer Teams Need To Get Young Talent.

TheMainland premier soccer league is just about to come to an end, and clubs must be looking forward to strengthening their squads in preparation for the new season Full Story

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SOCIETY WATCH: Is Tanzanian media sector under siege?
START THE WEEK: Unsafe 'safety' standards!
EDUCATION: How effective is quality assurance, accreditation system in our colleges, universities?
Prices of rice, beans, maize flour and various other major foodstuffs in Dar es Salaam markets have inexplicably skyrocketed in recent weeks, according to a survey by this paper. Traders blame the situation mainly on transport problems due the ongoing rains, while consumers are baffled as to why there is no relief despite steep drop in oil prices. (Photo: Selemani Mpochi)

Shilling`s decline overpowers BoT

The measures that have been taken by the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) since January to control the depreciation  of Tanzanian shilling against the United States dollar has failed to materialise as the local currency has continued to set a record low Full Story

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Maths Favour Azam FC In CAF Ticket

The team to represent Tanzania in the Confederation Cup next year might be known today after the much awaited Mainland Premier League clash between Simba SC and Azam FC Full Story

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