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Very True, 'people Do Not Eat Words On Democracy'

An appeal was made on Monday by the Namibian High Commissioner to Tanzania, Dr Japhet Isaak, during his country’s 25th Independence Day in Dar es Salaam Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Why Tanzania youth unemployment rate escalates
EDUCATION: Public, private financing sources for quality education in Tanzania
DENTAL MATTERS: Can we not possibly have a complete dental camp?
President Jakaya Kikwete welcomes Rwanda's President Paul Kagame yesterday in Dar es Salaam. President Kagame joins his colleagues from the region for the Central Corridor meeting for Heads of State that started on Wednesday and ended yesterday. (Photo: Khalfan Said)

‘Statistics Bill infringes on freedom of media’

With the National Assembly is scheduled to table media Bills early next week, members of the House yesterday endorsed the ‘Statistics Bill 2013’ which infringes on freedom of the media Full Story

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UK Oil, Gas Expertise Pertinent For Resource Rich EA Region - Envoy

With some of the largest offshore gas fields in the world, no local supply chain and an immediate and significant demand for skilled workers, East Africa can benefit from the expertise of the UK’s oil and gas sector, British High Commissioner to Tanzania Dianna Melrose has said Full Story

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Yanga Focus On CAF Return Leg

Yanga coach, Hans van Pluijm said a 3-1 win that his squad grabbed in the Mainland Premier League match over JKT Ruvu has given his charges a timely psychological boost ahead of the return leg match of the CAF Confederation Cup against Zimbabwe’s Platinum Stars this weekend Full Story

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