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Twiga Stars Should Avoid Complacency

Tanzania’s national women’s soccer team, Twiga Stars, would be well advised to avoid complacency during their return leg qualifier tie of the African Women Championship against their Zambian counterparts in Dar es Salaam this weekend Full Story

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EDUCATION: Education for work is vital in our schools
YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Why Tanzania youth unemployment rate escalates
EDUCATION: Public, private financing sources for quality education in Tanzania
Minister for Home Affairs, Mathias Chikawe, and Special Seats Member of Parliament, Al-Shaymar Kweigyr (3rd-R), lead a march to condemn the killing of Persons with Albinism. The march was held yesterday in Dar es Salaam as part of the ongoing campaign dubbed ‘Imetosha’ (It is enough). (Photo: Correspondent Othman Michuzi)

MPs divided over Kadhi Courts

Members of Parliament were yesterday divided over the establishment of Kadhi Courts. Most said the issue would undermine the principles of Tanzania as a secular state as observed since the era of Founding Father of the Nation Mwalimu Julius Nyerere Full Story

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UK Oil, Gas Expertise Pertinent For Resource Rich EA Region - Envoy

With some of the largest offshore gas fields in the world, no local supply chain and an immediate and significant demand for skilled workers, East Africa can benefit from the expertise of the UK’s oil and gas sector, British High Commissioner to Tanzania Dianna Melrose has said Full Story

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Athletes Impress At Beijing IAAF Event

Five Tanzanian athletes are expected to board return flight today from Beijing where they competed at this year’s International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Cross Country Championship last Saturday Full Story

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