Tuesday Apr 28, 2015
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When Opportunity Knocks We All Had Better Respond.

Numerous job seekers out there lament the hardships of securing employment and the related hustles, worst of which is the back and forth fruitless matches in and out of offices Full Story

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START THE WEEK: Unsafe 'safety' standards!
EDUCATION: How effective is quality assurance, accreditation system in our colleges, universities?
SOCIETY WATCH: Action on noise polution is a big relief
Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development deputy minister Angela Kairuki (2nd-R) has a word with residents of Kwembe in suburban Dar es Salaam who marched to the ministry’s offices yesterday for an update on their compensation demands after the government moved them from the area some years ago to pave the way for the planned development of a Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences campus complete with a teaching hospital. (Photo: Correspondent Ndeninsia Lisley)

JK to sign Cybercrime, Statistics bills.

President Jakaya Kikwete has resolved to sign the embattled Cybercrime and Statistics bills passed by the National Assembly last month.   Director of Presidential  of Communications, Salvatory Rweyemamu, made the announcement at a press conference yesterday in Dar es Salaam Full Story

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Azam Coach Claims To Finish Runners-up.

Azam FC coach, Ugandan George Nsimbe remains adamant that his squad will land a runners-up position in the Mainland premier soccer league after the team commanded a 4-0 rout of Stand United of Shinyanga at their backyard of Azam Complex, in Dar es Salaam last Saturday Full Story

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