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Elephants in the Tarangire National Park. Not only a statistic or an aid to tourism, African elephants are the most magical creatures on earth, and should have been a guaranteed national legacy for future generations of Tanzanians. But given the rate of massacre by poachers, and government failure to safeguard this most precious and unique resource, it is now threatened by extinction. (File photo)
Elephants' 'Doomsday'…Do Tanzanian government and the people really care?
Jambo, and if I began last week in a cheerless mood, I feel worse today, not simply cheer ’less’, but anti-cheer, and  anti-everything, especially ‘human elephant slayers, and their ‘protectors’.   I’m talking of a disclosure that didn’t.
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Partnership vital in arresting shortage of science teachers
Since launching of the new Education and Training Policy (ETP), there have been a number of questions from education stakeholders as they exhibit their passion and thirst for quality for their children as well as for development of our nation. Some of frequently asked questions by.
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