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Checking Of Meters A Welcome Decision

The decision by the Weights and Measures Agency (WMA) to start verifying the calibration of electricity meters in the country is long overdue.   Amid cries from consumers countrywide complaining that TANESCO is overcharging them, the exercise will clear doubts over the allegations or would uncover what seems to be a long time technological ‘theft’ Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Why is Tanzania lagging behind in sports?
EDUCATION: Is performance of education sector encouraging?
SOCIETY WATCH: Warnings on voters` registration should not be taken lightly
ANGER AND ANGUISH: University of Dodoma student Eva Joseph overcome with emotion as she addresses her colleagues as they staged a strike at their campus yesterday to protest delays in the payment of their stipends by the Higher Education Students Loans Board. Things were much similar at the Dar es Salaam University College of Education. (Photo: Correspondent Ibrahim Joseph)

Persons with disabilities hold city to ransom

A busy Dar es Salaam centre was brought to a standstill yesterday morning after traders with physical disabilities closed two roads for hours, protesting the demolition of their business structures Full Story

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Dar Lined Up For Swimming Clinic

Tanzania has secured an opportunity to host an international swimming clinic which is expected to be for ten days in Dar es Salaam starting from June 1 Tanzania Swimming Association (TSA) secretary general Noel Kiunsi said the clinic has been sanctioned by the game’s world governing body, FINA Full Story

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