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We Need To Protect Our Historical Sites

The commercial port city of Dar es Salaam and most of the rest of the Tanzanian coastline is well endowed with numerous historical sites and artifacts that date as far back as the era of the Portuguese and Ottoman rule on the East African coast Full Story

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DENTAL MATTERS: Are our children as health conscious as the Japanese?
YOUTH OF THE WEEK: This is how to die responsibly
EDUCATION: Education for work is vital in our schools
Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda calms down opposition legislator John Cheyo (2nd-R) after tempered flared in the National Assembly debating chamber in Dodoma yesterday morning. Speaker Anne Makinda called off proceedings in the House after the opposition camp demanded that the government report on the progress made in the nationwide biometric voter registration before other business could continue. (Photo: Selemani Mpochi)

Referendum to be rescheduled - govt

The National Electoral Commission (NEC) is now expected to reschedule the planned referendum after government conceded that registration of voters through the Biometric Voters Registration (BVR) cannot be completed by April 30 Full Story

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Shareholders Of DSE Listed Firms Urged To Pick New Certificates

Shareholders of various companies listed in the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) have been alerted to pick new share certificates from the bourse as well as have their records put afresh instead of remaining with the old ones Full Story

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Ruvuma To Form Boxing Affiliation

Tanzania Profesional Boxing Commission (TPBC) is expected to form a regional affiliate in Ruvuma on Sunday as the former steps up its plan to play an active role in promotion of boxing in the country Full Story

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