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A renowned Tanzanian model residing in USA, Flaviana Matata, recently handed over two new classroom blocks and balls to Msinune Primary School located in Bagamoyo, Coastal region.

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THE renowned Bongo Flavor music diva, Vanessa Mdee, with popular stage name ‘Vee Money’, has launched her App that comprises her audio music and videos.

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MBAO FC assistant coach Ahmad Ally has pleaded for patience to the Mbao FC club management, fans and Mwanza football fraternity after the 1-0 loss to Stand United.

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DEFENDING champions Young Africans beat Ruvu Shooting to reclaim the third position as Azam leapfrogged Simba to claim the helm after a 2-0 win over Tanzania Prisons in Mbeya. Yanga, who were fifth behind Singida United, Mtibwa Sugar and Azam, tailed the league leaders Simba by seven points before Azam took the pilot seat yesterday.

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MWADUI FC Assistant Coach J u m a n n e Ntambi has said his team’s target is to beat Ndanda FC and secure their third win of the on going Vodacom premier league.

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MINISTER for I n f o r m a t i o n , Culture, Arts and Sports, Harrison Mwakyembe, said the government is eager to see major club transformation for the benefit of football development in the country.

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FOLLOWING the midweek’s two point loss in their barren draw with Mwadui FC, defending champions Young Africans renew a hunt for maximum points against Ruvu Shooting at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam, today.

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THE 16th edition of the Kilimanjaro Marathon 2018 has been launched in Moshi in a press conference held yesterday at Kibo Palace Homes by Kilimanjaro Amateur Athletics Association and sponsors.

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MBEYA Sokoine and the National Stadium best thrilled football fans as the 13th round of Premier League saw a robust increase in number of goals.

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TANZANIA finished fourth overall in the Eastern Africa Junior Tennis Championship climaxed yesterday in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.

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THE Tanzania Football Federation’s Disciplinary Committee has issued a severe life ban to one of its officials, Dustan Mkundi who was found guilty of swindling gate collection raised during a match between Ndanda and Simba in Mtwara.

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UGANDAN international striker Emmanuel Okwi netted a brace as Simba SC pulverized Singida United 4-0 in a thrilling Premier League match at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam, yesterday.

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AFTER weeks of rumours, Simba have named Frenchman, Pierre Lechantre, the new head coach, filling the vacant post left by the Cameroonian tactician, Joseph Omog, who parted ways with the club at the end of last year.

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TANZANIA volleyball ace Jackson Mmary inked another one-year contract to continue playing his professional career at the Rwanda Energy Group (REG) Volleyball Club.

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AFTER failure to improve in the previous world rankings, Taifa Stars have moved a place up in the latest Fifa rankings released yesterday by the World football governing body Tanzania slightly improved despite failing to play any international match since the previous rankings released last December.

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ALL is set as Mwanza Volleyball Association (MWAREVA) readies to host the season’s first tournament next week.

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DODOMA FC Head Coach Jamhuri Kihwelo has assured the team’s supporters good results when they face JKT Oljoro at Ushirika ground in Moshi, this weekend.

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TANZANIA Football Federation (TFF) yesterday denounced claims made by Young Africans General Secretary, Boniface Mkwasa, who said TFF was favouring Simba in its decisions.

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YOUNG Africans’ bid to bridge gap with top riders Simba and Azam didn’t pay dividends after they were held to a barren draw by classy Mwadui at the Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam, yesterday.

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DEFENDING Champions Young Africans are today desperate to win vital three points when they host Mwadui FC at the Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam.

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PAMBA FC Head Coach Venance Kazungu has declared to wage an all out war to the neighbours Toto Africans in their First Division match this weekend.

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THE government has officially confirmed that the IAAF World Championship Bronze medalist Alphonce Felix Simbu will not be part of the Tanzanian team to participate in the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Australia.

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YOUNG Africans yesterday signed a historic three-year kit sponsorship agreement worth 2bn/- with the Italian based Macron Company. With the partnership, Macron will be the main suppliers of all Yanga football gear for the prescribed duration.

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TANZANIA’s top seeded lady golfer, Madina Iddi is in final preparations to turn golf pro after a sky-high success at the amateur level.

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ZANZIBAR golfers are the latest entries in the regional golf circuit and the just ended Indian Ocean Golf Tournament evidences the Isles’ endeavour to be best golf destination in East Africa.

The two-day stable ford competition saw Zanzibar golfers claiming most of the top awards, a situation that proves golf, which was reintroduced in the Isles a few years back, has fast grown up.

For the first time, a Zanzibari Kyle Vatch emerged far above all golfers from five countries, to claim the overall winner’s prize of the inaugural tournament held over the weekend at Sea Cliff Golf Club in Mwangapwani, Zanzibar.

The local player won the title after posting unassailable 76 stable ford points, the best score of the two-day tournament. Vatch looked certain to win the event right from the start when he sealed 43 stable ford points in the first day tee off.

His 33 points he added in the final 18-hole showdown firmly landed him the coveted trophy. The two day inaugural tournament attracted golfers from East Africa, South Africa and Italy. There was Kenyan Gurbux Singh among the best players of the maiden tournament. The Kenyan claimed the A Division title after posting 67 total points. He penned 31 points i

n the opening day before improving his score with 36 points in the final day. Zanzibar’s Patrick Orurke, who fired 62 points, claimed the Div A’s runner up position. Another Zanzibari, Mussa Foum was also among the best players of the tournament.

He posted 69 total points to win the B Division while Italian Fabio Cunato came second with 64 points. C Division title went to Vivek Gohil of Arusha who carved 71 points, beating his runner up Alex Thiem of Zanzibar by 7 points.

Thiem returned 64 points. Arusha’s Gohil came again as Junior Division winner with 71 points. Zanzibari Sjan Mugggenburg fired 62 points to clinch Ladies Division title while again a Kenyan golfer, Gurbux Singh went ahead to claim the top gross award with 155 gross strikes.

He penned 80 strokes in the first 18 holes and grossed 75 strokes in the final 18 holes. Speaking after the prize giving ceremony at Sea Cliff Resort and SPA Hotel in Zanzibar, the Kenyan golfer, Singh said he was impressed with course saying it is exotic and attractive to play on.

“It makes me feel good playing alongside other golfers from Eastern and Southern Africa,” he claimed.

The inaugural Indian Ocean Golf tournament, according to the organisers will be an annual event that aims to put East Africans on the course with players from all over the world.

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THE Mapinduzi Cup setback has forced an urge for reinforcement in the Dar es Salaam rivals, Simba and Young Africans ahead of their tough Premier League matches this week.

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THE Mara-based First Division side Biashara Mara very close to Premier League promotion do they win their last three matches against JKT Oljoro, Transit camp and Rhino Rangers.

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STAND United Coach Athuman Bilal has applauded his squad after their hard earned 1-0 victory against Ruvu Shooting in the Premier League match at CCM Kambarage Stadium over the weekend.

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WITH three local players at the helm of the driver’s seat of the inaugural Indian Ocean Golf trophy, makes a clear indication that golf has made a sky-high leap in Zanzibar just a few years after re-introduction.

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BRUISED traditional rivals Simba and Young Africans now seek solace in the Premier League while the third contenders, Azam threatening to end their long reign.

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THE Kagera Regional A d m i n i s t r a t i v e Secretary (RAS), Diwani Athuman, has appealed to district commissioners, district executive directors and other leaders to involve youth in sports activities to minimise crime in their respective areas.

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TANZANIA Football Federation (TTF) has issued a stern warning to all First Division League (FDL) teams, to desist from match-fixing and corruption scandals, as the league enters final stages to get three teams which will trade in the Mainland Premier League.

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MTIBWA Sugar leapfrogged Young Africans and Singida United to go third in the Mainland Premier League table, following a 1-0 win over Lipuli FC at the Samora Stadium in Iringa yesterday.

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