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High Profile Figures Among Observers Will Add Credibility To Poll Process, Results.

On Thursday it was announced that two high profile personalities who served in previous African governments as heads of state will lead two teams of election observers in the country’s October 25 general elections Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Government, stakeholders ought to prevent forest fires
EDUCATION: Is e-content enabled primary education, possible?
GUEST COLUMNIST: The UN has blown the whistle, but is East Africa on the right footing?
Chadema presidential candidate, Edward Lowassa, with veteran politician Kingunge Ngombale Mwiru (L), at a campaign rally held at Mashujaa ground in Moshi municipality, Kilimanjaro Region, yesterday. (Photo: Guardian Correspondent)

Jonathan, Guebuza to lead election observers

Former Nigeria  President Goodluck Jonathan will lead the Commonwealth observer mission at Tanzania’s October 25 General Election Full Story

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EU Programme Helps Zanzibar Fishermen To Diversify Markets

Artisanal fishermen in Zanzibar whose sole market is the Democratic Republic of Congo can now diversify into other Great Lakes economies thanks to training and equipment received from the European Union funded SmartFish programme Full Story

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Pluijm Unsure Of Victory Over Azam

Whether he is playing a mind game or otherwise, Young Africans’ Dutch coach Hans van Pluijm says he needs to take extra caution when his side meets the East and Central Africa club champions Azam, at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam next weekend Full Story

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