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THIS year was not the first time for Zanzibar’s House of Representative Chairperson, Hamza Hassan Juma, to visit the Sauti za Busara (SzB) international music festival.

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MORE than 1.2 million people die every year with 50 million others injured or disabled owing to road traffic crashes, says a World Health Organisation (WHO) Global Road Safety Status report of 2015. The report points out that road traffic accidents are number one cause of death among the younger generation; mostly affecting people aged 15-29. Low and middle-income countries have the highest burden and road traffic deaths.

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WELL, if the groups that took to the stage, within the Mambo Club on Thursday night, is anything to go by, this year’s Sauti za Busara (SzB) international music festival, has certainly returned with a bang.

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THE Vodacom Premier League (VPL) has reached at a very stage with a huge battle being fought by two-giants; Young Africans and Simba.

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THERE’S one thing left for Chief Isaria Meli, of Old Moshi in Kilimanjaro Region, to do in respect of his late grandfather, Mangi Meli’s memory.

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THE Indian migrants to Tanzania were inspired by entrepreneurship and a burning desire to improve the living standards of their family members. Most of these Indians came from the States of Gujarat and Maharashtra and a few from Punjab.

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AT first when the Kassel-Germanybased actress, Sabrina Ceesay, agreed to join forces with Flinn Works’ Artistic Director Sophia Stepf, she had no real insight as to where it would lead her.

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FOR their first meeting this year, the French Tanzania Circle of Friends brought a father and daughter duo to provide the musical entertainment for their guests. Actually this duet is said to be very popular in France, as the “Macadam Piano” and consist of Jean-Louis Cortès, a musician on stage and in the studio, who is also a composer for the theatre and actor on the side.

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IT might not make big news headlines here in Dar es Salaam, to hear that last Friday the German-based classical pianist, Moritz Ernst, played in their parliament (the Bundestag), when the European country was commemorating Holocaust Day.

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LIBERATING a nation from poverty doesn’t come from the blue; it needs commitment from both the government and its people. Tanzania strives to rid herself of poverty by employing a number of ways aiming at becoming the ‘tiger country’ in the coming years.

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NOT having a Sauti za Busara episode last year, left many music lovers feeling bad. Amongst them is the international Festival’s Manager, Journey Ramadhan. He maintains that by then people had got used to going to the Isles, early February, to “celebrate with music” for four days.

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TODAY is the climax of the 10th anniversary of HabariLeo newspaper. Staff writers Nico- demus Ikonko and Oscar Mbuza interviewed former President Jakaya Kikwete, who launched the Kiswahili language tabloid in 2006 to seek his views on the paper’s contri- bution to journalism. Excerpts:-

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it would be a reflection of reality to say the “Maji Maji Flava” contemporary stage performance, last saturday, at the Bagamoyo College of Arts (tasUBa), in Coast region, did stir-up things a little.

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richest country in the world in terms of the number of tourist attractions.

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AS a way of starting the New Year on a strong Arts footing, the local Swiss embassy brought the Germany- based classical pianist, Moritz Ernst, to their residence last Wednesday evening.

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ONE of the two veteran Fine artists, who will be going to Nairobi-Kenya this coming Sunday, is Nadir Tharani.

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A NUMBER of Curriculum Developers have served the Government through the Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE) which started in 1964 at the University Hill as part of the University College, Dar es Salaam.

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IF you thought being a driver, a ship captain or a pilot is an easy thing, then you are wrong.

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FIFTEEN year old girl Bahati (not her real name) was raped by her step brother on May 12 last year, just a day after celebrating her birth day.

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ALTHOUGH HIV prevalence has been falling in Tanzania over the past decade, it is astonishing to hear that in some groups of people in Zanzibar, particularly the ‘Most At Risk Persons (MARPs)’, there is a rise every year.

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ON Wednesday 11th of January, 2017, the Daily News wrote in its editorial/analysis page, “High time we solved the mathematics ‘problem’.

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IT was shocking to many people after hearing the passing away of their brother and true friend, Captain Keenan Mhaiki popularly known as Keny amongst his friends and workmates.

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LAST Thursday was a special day for Basketball Dar es Salaam’s (BD)Chairman okare emesu.

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IT’S not sure what the Dar es Salaam City Council expected when they handed- over the then dilapidating Old Boma building, to the Dar es Salaam Centre for Architectural Heritage (DARCH).

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KURYA clan leaders have assured the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children that they will continue supporting the campaign against female genital mutilation being carried out in Mara Region by Children’s Dignity Forum (CDF).

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KAGERA coffee farmers have every reason to rejoice as President John Magufuli has promised that government will not give up on efforts to improve crop prices.

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IN the process of realizing economic development, livelihood improvement and social stability in Tanzania, the cadre team is very important.

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GIRLS fighting child marriage and female genital mutilation (FGM) in Tarime District, Mara Region have been implored to use the training they have received from various sponsors judiciously.

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CHINA’S People-to-People exchange is a key component of its foreign relations policy with other countries in the world. It is for this reason that civil society organisations make use of the available learning platforms to put into practice the knowledge gained in People-topeople exchange programmes to boost social-economic development.

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HAPPY New Year! You can say that again. But it has not been happy with me. How could it? To begin with, nobody sent me a New Year greeting. Not a card! Greedy you! Every year, since the arrival of the mobile phone I have sent friends and relatives Happy New Year greetings and good wishes. This time too I did the same; of course not to as many people as previously.

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STAFF at the National Museum and House of Culture, here in Dar es Salaam, are now breathing a sigh of relief, after holding their last “Museum Art explosion” (MAe) for 2016. Added to this, they have also acquired an on-the-spot experience that will be very useful when arranging further events throughout this year.

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ACCOMPLISHED writers always keep on reminding budding journalists that good journalism examines its sources critically, it takes nothing at face value, places its topics in a historical context, and it values above all the public interest.

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LIKE in many other big cities in Africa, beggars have been everywhere asking for money and food from pedestrians and motorists.

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