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Zanzibar singing legend Bi Kidude with President Kikwete at the launch of the anti malaria campaign at Leaders Club grounds in February 2010. Whilst the government was seen to be tackling the malaria issue, the unacceptable noise levels during the event in a residential area, showed that the long standing noise pollution problem is taken less seriously, despite its major social impact. (File photo).
Noise legislation is there…but where are the implementers?
Jambo sana for the coming week, which could include many of the frustrations of life here, aided by failing institutions, or the people who ineptly run them.   But given the external reliance for simple objectives in many aspects of governance, chances of improving their skills.
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The other side of the drivers` strike
The drivers’ strike held in the morning of Friday 10th this month lasted for 9 hours but had such a big impact to the extent that most members of the public pray it  does not recur in future. In big urban centres the effect was more pronounced as movement, which is.
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