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How Beneficial Are Marathons?

We have lately been seeing a number of institutions organising a series of marathons across Tanzania.   It started with the Kilimanjaro Marathon before the practice spread like wildfire to a number of other regions, among them are Dar es Salaam, Iringa, Mara and Mwanza Full Story

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EDUCATION: Bullying affect children's learning and performance
SOCIETY WATCH: Let the search for better education continue with zeal
SPORTS WATCH: Women football in stagnation
Rajabu Shaaban Mkupi (80), one of the people rendered homeless by bomb explosions at a military base in Dar es Salaam’s Mbagala suburb in 2009, testifies at a meeting at Mbagala Kuu Primary school in the city at the weekend meant to pressure the government to keep its promise of fairly compensating all those affected by the blasts. (Photo: Omar Fungo)

Most road accident victims cannot pay bills - Muhimbili

Over 75 per cent of road accident victims treated at Dar es Salaam’s Muhimbili Orthopedic Institute (MOI) cannot afford their medical bills, occasioning tremendous  loss and inconveniences to the hospital Full Story

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UNIDO's Cashew Nuts Processing, Export Manuals Will Boost Sector Performance, Says Trade Minister

The Cashew nuts Processing and Simplified Export Manuals by United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) will significantly boost the sector’s performance, Industry and Trade Minister Dr Abdallah Kigoda has reassured stakeholders and farmers Full Story

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Arusha Driver Opens Four-point Rally Lead

Arusha Motor Sports Club (AMSC) driver Gurpal Sandhu has opened a four-point lead over Kirit Pandya in the ongoing Automobile Association of Tanzania’s motor rally championship after five of the eight scheduled events for the season Full Story

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