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Make People Aware Of Their Legal Rights

In law, it is said, ignorance is no defence, meaning that one cannot commit an offence and get away with it by claiming ignorance of the law against it Full Story

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EDUCATION: Time out for education contributions
SOCIETY WATCH: A tale of past Tanzania leaders who have dominated pre-Easter week national news
SPORTS WATCH: Reflections on momentous season for local football
Former Prime Minister Judge (rtd) Joseph Sinde Warioba, who chaired the Constitutional Review Commission whose recommendations have triggered heated debate in the Constituent Assembly in Dodoma, speaks at a forum in Dar es Salaam yesterday on the run-up to the drafting of a new Constitution for Tanzania. The event was organised by Twaweza, a citizen-centred initiative focusing on large-scale change in East Africa. (Photo: Omar Fungo)

Warioba warns on Constitution

The stand-off in the Constituent Assembly could end up giving Tanzanians a Constitution that will be useful for only a few years. This was said by the Constitutional Review Commission Chairman retired Justice Joseph Warioba in Dar es Salaam yesterday when he delivered a keynote address at the launch of a survey report titled: ‘What do people really think of the constitution?’, released by Twaweza Full Story

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Man United Football Clinic Gets Underway

Over 72 girls and boys from twelve countries across the continent yesterday started five-day intensive soccer training at Azam Complex, Chamazi, on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam under coaches from Manchester United Soccer Schools Full Story

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