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MORGAN Schneiderlin has been preparing for Everton’s pre-season trip to Tanzania by making an early visit to the east African nation! The Everton midfielder is currently enjoying a ‘safari’ honeymoon with his new bride Camille after they were married earlier this month.

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YEARS have passed since lawmakers fiercely clashed in Dodoma on the issues of IPTL and ESCROW. The opposition and some ruling representatives voiced out and insisted that these bodies are not only existing to sabotage our economy, but they have been, and continues to be, a clog on the wheels of our economic growth and development.

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THE government has made it abundantly clear that no stone will be left unturned in the quest to uncover and apprehend the heinous killers who are mainly targeting members of the Police Force in Kibiti and Mkuranga districts in Coast Region.

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Left: PROF Adrian Owen, of the Brain and Mind Institute, Western, is leading the sleep cognition study.

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SCIENTISTS in Canada have launched what is set to become the world’s largest study of the effects of lack of sleep on the brain. A team, at Western University, Ontario, want people from all over the world to sign up online to do cognitive tests.

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A group of daring local business operators have taken on the mantle to lead in the promotion of the local content in the oil and gas industry through promotion of job and business opportunities for nationals and local businesses in the sector.

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CONSUMERS as it is the case with employers and manufacturers need to have a strong association which will provide them with an easy way to make informed decisions in buying safe and quality products.

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DEMAND for the five-year treasury bonds was high in an auction held last week attracting bids worth 436.08bn/-, which is four times the amount sought to be raised indicating improved liquidity among the investors.

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FORMER Prime Minister, Edward Lowasa was yesterday grilled by the police for almost four hours for alleged inflammatory remarks which he uttered during Iftar, last week.

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PRESIDENT Ali Mohamed Shein will, next Thursday, award medals to 52 people in recognition of their great role in the struggle for the Isles’ independence, economic development, and promoting unity, peace and stability.

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A DAY after the state banned food exports, police in Kilimanjaro Region have swiftly responded to the order by embarking on thorough inspection at all border posts to neighbouring Kenya, Regional Police Commander (RPC) Hamis Seleman said yesterday.

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A wide view of a briefing on the humanitarian affairs segment participants in Geneva on 21 to 23 June, 2017 workshop on Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).

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UN response teams that help the most vulnerable people in the world are still largely underfunded, a new status report has revealed. The funding available to the teams is no match for the record number of people—141 million—who need assistance today.

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JUNE 16th is the Day of the African Child. It was first established by the former Organisation of African Unity (OAU) in 1991. The day aims at raising awareness for the situation of children in Africa and on the need for continuing improvement in education.

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Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Dr Hamis Kigwangalla (centre), shows a report on the ‘Stolen Child’ together with the ministry’s Permanent Secretary (PS) Sihaba Nkinga (second left).

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MAJORITY of activists in Tanzania have been advocating for female sexual abuse, early marriages and child pregnancies as core factors that have for long limited girl children in Tanzania from meeting their dream, but the Save the Children report of June 2017 titled ‘End of Childhood 2017,’ among other things, has cited malnutrition as the new emerging threat preventing children from marginalised families realise their full potential.

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