- Published on Sunday, 05 May 2013 01:08
- Written by AMBY LUSEKELO
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MAY 1st marked yet another International Workers’ Day where the worker was celebrated. Its either the worker was celebrated or the worker celebrated being out of work for a day.
- Published on Saturday, 04 May 2013 02:35
- Written by LAWI JOEL
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NOTHING could have been more comforting to workers on the May Day than news of a rise pay. And still being an employee, I left my house early morning and headed for Mnazi Mmoja downtown, the rendezvous and venue for the celebrations.
- Published on Saturday, 04 May 2013 00:55
- Written by LUSUGA KIRONDE
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A CHANCE to travel to Dodoma, Tanzania, any of these days should not be squandered since you might get a chance to attend a session of Parliament and witness the Honourable MPs hurling strong words at each other; words that can hardly be distinguished from insults.
- Published on Saturday, 04 May 2013 00:45
- Written by K'YOO NICK
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HUMAN beings are given the ability to make choices. These options are not always between open and clear cut. Thus wisdom, experience, education and common sense are expected to prevail.
- Published on Friday, 03 May 2013 02:55
- Written by MAKWAIA Wa KUHENGA
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FOR straight men and women following international news, news from Europe these days is shocking. There is a whirlwind across Europe these days in favour of "same-sex" marriages to the extent where governments are either introducing legislation which would permit such marriage or intend to do so in the near future!
- Published on Monday, 29 April 2013 21:23
- Written by Jagjit Singh
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We often wait for an opportune t i m e when we are expected to have accumulated a sizeable or call it a respectable amount in order to make investment in the instruments of our choice.
- Published on Sunday, 28 April 2013 01:21
- Written by Tony Zakaria
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WHAT does it mean to be British? It could include love for certain foods like fish and chips or lamb chops. Brits love cricket, polo, rugby and soccer fanatically and can sit through five hours of one tennis match or a cricket match that lasts three days.
- Published on Sunday, 28 April 2013 00:47
- Written by Dr Ali Mzige
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STAYING in bed for a long time, as is sometimes necessary in a hospital, can cause many problems. Examples are weak muscles, stiff joints, blood clots, dizziness, weak bones, pressure sores, constipation, kidney stones, incontinence, infections and depression.