- Published on Tuesday, 19 March 2013 03:16
- Written by A Correspondent
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THE Tinga Tinga painting style was pioneered by Edward Said Tingatinga in Tanzania in 1968. But it was only after his death that his art started to attract attention from the masses.
- Published on Monday, 18 March 2013 03:37
- Written by MARC NKWAME
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WHEN a University graduate decides to sacrifice any form of possible white-collar employment in big cities, choosing instead, to return back to his rural home village and invest in an aqua-culture farm, many people would conclude that it is a rather fishy business.
- Published on Monday, 18 March 2013 03:21
- Written by REVOCATUS MEZA, recently in Mpanda, Katavi
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BEACHES of the shores of Lake Tanganyika may be spectacular, but they remain unattended and an undiscovered money maker that, through tourism industry, could benefit local people living in this potentially rich area if well developed.
- Published on Monday, 18 March 2013 01:40
- Written by DAILY NEWS Reporter
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The new Chinese president, Xi Jinping’s first foreign trip as head of state will bring him to Tanzania as well as at least two other African countries.
- Published on Monday, 18 March 2013 01:23
- Written by MARC NKWAME
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IF you want to know how far apart Tanzania happens to be from its immediate neighbour; Kenya, just ask any resident of Namanga, the border town separating the two countries.
- Published on Sunday, 17 March 2013 01:54
- Written by HASINA MJINGO
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MICHAEL Farrelly is the Programme Officer - Climate Change and Gender at the Tanzania Organic Agriculture Movement. His career began in water supply in the drilling of water wells in the Sahel region of West Africa in the 1980s.
- Published on Sunday, 17 March 2013 01:44
- Written by BILHAM KIMATI
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ANCIENT philosophers maintained that not every social friction results into conflict rather some of the disagreements were necessary for the community to move forward.
- Published on Saturday, 16 March 2013 03:29
- Written by Dr N. T. Jiwaji
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A RECENT story in social media which made newspaper headlines reported that two talented Tanzanian twins had returned to Tanzania after visiting Mars. Such exciting news spreads like wildfire because of people’s fascination with star, planets and outer space.
- Published on Saturday, 16 March 2013 02:20
- Written by ANNE ROBI
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Twenty four hours a day, seven days a week Swissport employees ensure that travellers at the Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) in Dar es Salaam are happy. With over 635 workers, the company covers passenger and cargo handling.