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Road Crashes Spelling Doom

At the speed we are going, almost 2 million people will die every year from preventable road accidents by 2020, warns the United Nations.   Half way down the road and the Decade of Action for Road Safety (2011–2020) that was officially proclaimed by the UN General Assembly in March 2010 yet in Tanzania; “road crashes are one of the top five causes of death for children and young people and the number one killer of young men in their twenties,’ reported the Road Safety Roundtable held in Dar es Salaam, September 2013 Full Story

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Commander-in-Chief President Jakaya Kikwete has a word with Chief of Defence Forces General Davis Mwamunyange at the laying of a foundation for a building that will house National Defence headquarters in Dar es Salaam yesterday. (Photo: Freddy Maro of State House)

Cybercrime law takes effect

The Cybercrime Bill President Jakaya Kikwete assented to in April comes into effect today.   The government has said the timing of the enactment and application of the much-contested piece of legislation is well-intended and not meant to interfere with the run-up to the October 25 General Election Full Story

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Mwinyi Launches Rebuilt UDSM Entrepreneurship Centre

Former President Ally Hassan Mwinyi has officially launched an entrepreneurship Centre at the University of Dar es Salaam refurbished by Rotary Clubs where he stressed on the need to tackle the high level of youth unemployment in the country Full Story

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Simba Coach Remains Confident Despite Loss

In a surprise move, Simba’s English coach Dylan Kerr, has remained optimistic over his team’s performance in the next month Mainland Tanzania premiership soccer kick off, despite losing by 2-0 goals to unheralded Zanzibar side JKU, last Saturday Full Story

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