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Appeals Court upholds tailor’s rape conviction

THE Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal lodged by a tailor, Amos Kabota, to oppose both conviction of rape and 30 years imprisonment imposed on him by a lower court in Nzega District and confirmed by High Court.

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CA members propose Isles leader made union V-P

SOME members of the Constituent Assembly (CA) have argued for a two-government union system but called for the reinstatement of the Zanzibar president as Union vice president.

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Aga Khan steps up fight against cancer, heart diseases

AS part of activities to mark its Golden Jubilee, Aga Khan Hospital will open a heart and cancer institute, by June this year, aimed at assisting Tanzanians suffering from the diseases.

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Minister wants TRA officials to be vigilant

Minister for Agriculture, Food and Cooperatives, Eng. Christopher Chiza.TANZANIA Revenue Authority (TRA) employees have been directed to ensure that no fake seeds, drugs or agricultural inputs are imported in the country.

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Outcome of Pinda constitution petition on Thursday

THE Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda.THE outcome of a constitution petition lodged by the Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) and Tanganyika Law Society (TLS), challenging statements made in Parliament by Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda, allowing police to beat violent civilians, will be known on Thursday.

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Rains damage houses in Rorya

HEAVY rains and strong winds have damaged some 300 houses belonging to villagers of Rorya District in Mara Region, the District Commissioner (DC), Mr Elias Goroi has said.

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Rains damage houses in Rorya

HEAVY rains and strong winds have damaged some 300 houses belonging to villagers of Rorya District in Mara Region, the District Commissioner (DC), Mr Elias Goroi has said.

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Witchracft blamed for deteriorating Central Zone education standards

WITCHCRAFT beliefs and some outdated traditional values and norms have been blamed for the deteriorating primary and secondary education standards in the Central Zone.

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Shinyanga residents told to expose aliens

THE public has been urged to identify and expose illegal immigrants vying for various posts as a way to ensure that the country does not fall in the wrong hands.

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