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Tanzania to promote prehistoric tourism

TANZANIA will attract more tourists in the future shall the country embrace Paleo (prehistoric) tourism which allows people to retrace human history.


OIC blasts acts of terror, ready to join war

AFRICAN heads of state and other delegates stand at attention as the UN and Kenyan national anthems are played prior to the meeting to discuss the threat of terrorism in Africa and the world at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) in Nairobi, Kenya, on Tuesday. (Photo by State House)THE Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has condemned terrorism, which is on the increase, saying they don’t support such acts claimed to be taken on the faith’s grounds.


CA teams in dual citizenship duel

 Mr Job NdugaiMOST Constituent Assembly (CA) committees have supported the idea of granting 'special status' as opposed to dual-citizenship to people of Tanzanian origin who have willingly obtained citizenship in foreign countries.


Be honest and ethical, traditional healers urged

Dr Ali Mohamed SheinPRESIDENT Ali Mohammed Shein has advised traditional healers in the islands to be both honest and ethical in order to avoid misunderstandings with their clients.


Temeke power woes poised to end soon

Eng. Felchesmi MrambaFACTORIES situated along Nyerere Road and elsewhere in Temeke District will continue to face shortage of electricity until work on fixing the area’s main transformer at the Kipawa Substation is fully completed.


Bodaboda bikes to be licensed

SURFACE and Marine Transport Regulation Authority (SUMATRA) has announced sweeping measures against bodaboda owners and riders throughout the country in a move to tackle the accidents that cause numerous losses of lives.


Baby boy is born as heath centre opens in Arusha

WHETHER it was by coincidence or sheer providence, a woman found herself delivering a baby just as the leader of the Uhuru Torch, Ms Rachel Kassanda, was in the process of cutting a ribbon to open the same health centre she was being attended in.


Children need books not rituals

COAST Region Special Seats legislator Subira Mgalu has urged parents to make sure that their children acquire academic skills.


People urged to heed weather forecasts

Mr Joel BenderaPEOPLE have been urged to listen and utilize weather forecast information by the Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) to act and mitigate effects that might be caused by natural disasters.