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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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IF the Statistics Fraternity is correct, Tanzania is home to the third-largest livestock herds in Africa, beaten in that line only by Ethiopia and Sudan. In Year-2016, the country boasted an estimated 25m herd of cattle – 98per cent of them indigenous breeds – 16.7m goats, 8m sheep and 2.4m pigs.

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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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SHILLING has remained stable against the US dollar in the last four months, according to financial analysts. It traded around 2,230/- margin against the greenback since February and it has been predicted that the pair will hold on the same levels.

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THE country’s macroeconomic performance remains robust while the medium-term outlook stays favourable, International Monetary Fund (IMF) said yesterday.

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THE overall export price index in this year’s first quarter increased by 3.5 per cent to 142.7 points on increase of coffee, tea, fish and cotton prices implying more gains to country export earnings.

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NOT so long ago Zanzibar was regarded as a symbol of civilisation, morality and righteousness. Unfortunately, the spice islands as the Isles are often referred to as, have taken a different path.

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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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ARUSHA and Ngorongoro districts are enjoying an improved state of education provision in primary schools, thanks to support from The Robin & Sylvia Goodall Foundation.

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SINGITA Grumeti has donated a vehicle and dedicated it to Serengeti Ecological Monitoring Project, which aims to ensure that there is sustainable conservation of Serengeti National Park (SENAPA).

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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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