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News of the recently purchased Air Tanzania plane spread through the country with joy and jubilation. I’d like to say we were all happy for the fact that there is once again another attempt to restore respect back to the national carrier and fly the wings of the Kilimanjaro high.

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Has this ever happened you? You are attacked by some people even when you think you are doing something worthwhile? It could be a disgruntled spouse, your ex, jealous workmates, or school rivals.

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I am on my annual vacation traveling around the world. It is interesting how time flies. But at least one of the greatest achievements that I have recorded during this holiday, is reading books.

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Na m a s h k a r ! Hope you are all doing fine and having a restful weekend. The other day I had a nightmare, I usually wouldn’t talk about my dreams but this is different.

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WEEK ago I attended parents’ meeting at a school in Dar es Salaam where my two boys study. It was a good meeting, as parents shared views on how to improve learning environment for their children and eventually prepare them for secondary school education.

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IF you are flying in an aeroplane, all the land below appears to be a continuous surface of vegetation, earth, rock or whatever, occasionally interrupted by a road, river or whatever else that nature may have chosen to decorate the land.

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BELIEVE Dr Augustino Lyatonga Mrema is an enigmatic person with very strong will power that should not be underestimated. Nobody can doubt that on how he performed when he was the Minister for Home Affairs (1990 - 1994) and later the leading opposition candidate in the Presidential General Elections of 1995.

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DAR ES SALAAM city commuters could never have been happier when the government launched yet a third commuter train to relieve them of frustrating shuttles to work downtown and back home.

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SOME eye witnesses say few hours before 8 magnitude earthquake struck Sichuan province in China, a large snake emerged from an underground cave and sought refuge to mountainous area.

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MeshuKo Mapi Laibon (103) is a household name and a catalyst to domestic tourism. The Maasai man is married to eight wives and blessed with more than 400 descendants –including children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

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SEPTEMBER has witnessed a number of events. There was the solar eclipse on the first day of the month.

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Continued from yesterday

The talks were successful and another Agreemet was signed between the parties. This is known as MUAFAKA III. This Agreement essentially provided for the establishment of a Government of National Unity in Zanzibar, immediately after the next general election in 2010.

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“As we stand together against hegemonism, we must be steadfast in exercising sovereignty and genuine independence…” Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro “I believe there is a new dawn in the world today. Let us unite our forces to help the sun rise in this new dawn.

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UNION President John Magufuli’s recent tour of Zanzibar, and particularly his major speeches which he delivered both in Pemba and Unguja during that visit, in which he ruled out the possibility of yet another general election being held in Zanzibar as demanded by the Civic United Front (CUF); appeared to reactivate public discussions on the issue of the political impasse in Zanzibar.

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There’s much to say that’s both good and abominable regarding September 21 in History – from Kwame Nkrumah, Shinzo Abe and Kevin Rudd to Adolf Hitler’s NAZI Germany atrocities against Jewish Communities!

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ALTHOUGH the national U-17 team, Serengeti Boys won their home game against Congo Brazzaville at the Nation

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TODAY am going to borrow from spiritual teachings. Being a Sunday, many Tanzanians will attend church services to praise and worship their creator, God, the Almighty.

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MANY people tend to think that if one is in authority, that person is immune and secured. It is because one views his prerogative powers as absolute.

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“I DON’T understand why the Tanzania Meteorological Agency did not give us advance warning on the earthquake so we can prepare ourselves accordingly...”-

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I wish to extend sincere condolences for bereaved families and victims who suffered from injuries following the unprecedented earthquake which hit Kagera Region recently.

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ABOUT a week after the solar eclipse revolved in Mbarali, on September 10, this year, a powerful Earthquake rocked Kagera Region and other places around the Lake Zone.

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SHABAN Robert is the Shakespeare of Tanzania. He said, a man has three most important days; his birthday, the day of his marriage and the day of his death.

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ALWAYS try to be a role model for your children. What do you want to be when you grow up? A decent question by all standards but for me, this one question that I dreaded answering for a bigger part of my childhood.

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THANK you so much Dr Rev Mama Getrude Rwakatare, “Mlima wa Moto” for your gesture of unlocking more than fifty inmates whose liberties, freedoms and rights were temporary suspended by court orders leading to their incarceration in jails.

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THE Minister responsible for sports, Nape Nnauye, a week ago issued a statement which, if implemented, would help in strengthening soccer development in this country.

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FAILURES in business between an organisation and an individual could be so heartbreaking, throwing the parties involved into a fierce quarrel.

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WE are just emerging from an earthquake, which hit the northwest part of our country.

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keep it simple – less is more“Simplicity is a great virtue”. However, in the modern era there are very few people who subscribe to the concept of simplicity.

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IN My Book of Things, three intriguing historic and historical events took place on a date like today’s -- September 14 – albeit in different years!

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FOR a long time now the Tanzanian education sector has been so much on the news. .

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LAST week was a very sad week for soccer fans in Tanzania and Kenya, following the passing on of two former internationals, Mohamed Msomali and former Kenya’s stopper, James Aggrey Siang’a.

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MY hero was born two years after my mother, may her soul rest in peace.

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CAN dare say that there has never been an effective leader who has not devoted 90 per cent of his or her time to consensus building.

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