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Elections: Reputation Of Country And NEC Should Not Be At Stake

 The African Union Advisory Board on Corruption (AUABC) has appealed to Tanzania and Ivory Coast to hold corruption free elections as the two countries head to the polls later in the coming two weeks Full Story

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President Jakaya Kikwete with Namibian President Dr Hage Geingob at Dar es Salaam’s Julius Nyerere International Airport yesterday shortly before the latter flew back home after a two-day official visit to Tanzania. (Photo: State House)

One million 'voters' deregistered

 The National Electoral Commission (NEC) has deregistered one million would-be voters on grounds of multiple registration, nationality and errors Full Story

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Samata Joins Fray In CAF Nominees

 Taifa Stars’ potential and talismanic striker Mbwana Ali  Samata has joined the list of 27 nominees of this year’s edition of the Confederation of African Football’s best footballers’ award title chase Full Story

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