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What`s Happening Now In South Africa Is Shameful

South Africa, a country with the largest economy after Nigeria, has indeed turned out to be a place of shame, violence and discontent as attacks on black foreigners continue to ravage in various cities Full Story

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SOCIETY WATCH: The other side of the drivers` strike
SPORTS WATCH: Volleyball on the up and up
START THE WEEK: Mitumba…let's keep this social salvation!
Media Council of Tanzania Executive Secretary Kajubi Mukajanga (C) briefs journalists on the finalists for the Excellence in Journalism Awards Tanzania which is going to be held in Dar es Salaam next week. With him are panel chairman Chrisostom Rweyemamu and MCT Regulations and Standards Manager Pili Mtambalike. (Photo: Selemani Mpochi)

Teenage criminal gangs terrorise Dar

Teenage criminal gangs code-named Roho Saba (Seven Souls), Wagumu Kufa (Die hards) and Watoto wa Mbwa (Puppies) have emerged in Dar es Salaam freely maiming, raping and mugging residents of Kibamba outskirt as the police vehemently deny any knowledge of the mayhem Full Story

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Tax Institutions At Border Posts Irk Traders

Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA), Misenyi Municipal Council and the Police Force supervising trade and tax collections at Mtukula border between Tanzania and Uganda have been said as institutions hindering the flourishing of business along the border Full Story

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Yanga Stares Exit Door After 1-1 Draw

Dar Young Africans yesterday failed to capitalize on home ground advantage  with a 1-1 draw against Tunisian giants Etoile du Sahel in the first leg match of the CAF Confederation Cup second round at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam Full Story

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