- Published on Thursday, 23 May 2013 02:49
- Written by STAFF WRITER
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AMONG the many healthrelated challenges that Tanzanians face today are neurological disorders and neurosurgical intervention.
- Published on Thursday, 23 May 2013 02:35
- Written by PIUS RUGONZIBWA
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THE Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) has announced that this week it plans to meet its partners undertaking the Pre-shipment Verification of Conformity to Standards (PVoC) system to verify its implementation status.
- Published on Thursday, 23 May 2013 01:43
- Written by A Correspondent
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HE is one of history’s most famous explorers, and his first-person account of a 19th century massacre helped lead to the closure of one of Africa’s most notorious slave markets. Now researchers say they have evidence Dr David Livingstone may not have been telling the whole truth.
- Published on Thursday, 23 May 2013 01:55
- Written by ISSA YUSSUF, Zanzibar
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IN a civilised society like Zanzibar, one would expect men to respect women and beating up women is certainly not part of the respect we are talking about.
- Published on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 03:26
- Written by SOSTHENES MWITA
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A SPECIAL Seats legislator, Ms Catherine Magige (CCM), railed rather emotionally in the National Assembly recently at the proliferation of prostitution in Tanzania, a situation that reflects moral decay.
- Published on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 02:38
- Written by MASATO MASATO
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WATCHING almost half of the government’s 30 ministries tabling their budget estimates for 2013/14 financial year in Dodoma, one gets the impression that the ministries of Works under John Pombe Magufuli and Harrison Mwakyembe’s Transport, belong to a different government.
- Published on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 00:37
- Written by Issa Yussuf in Zanzibar
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EVERY year more and more students and employees are applying for loans to go for higher education, yet the government cannot sponsor all the applicants.