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Parties, UKAWA to meet JK on new ‘Katiba’

LEADERS of main political parties, including those from the Union of People’s Constitution, UKAWA, are looking forward to meet President Jakaya Kikwete before the end of this week to discuss the progress reached on the process of rewriting the constitution.

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EA plans intensive airport screening to check Ebola

TANZANIA and fellow East African Community (EAC) partner states have resolved to concentrate on Ebola virus prevention through intensive screening at the region’s airports.

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State rethinks public school fees

President Jakaya KikweteTHE government contemplates scrapping school fees for public secondary schools to ensure all primary school leavers have access to higher education.

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Graca Machel snubs child marriages

Ms Graça MachelTANZANIA was on Tuesday asked to take the continental lead in the struggle against child marriage as the country did in its fight against colonialism across Southern Africa.

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Chami agitates for communal projects

Mr Cyril ChamiMOSHI Rural MP Cyril Chami has urged his electorate to work hard on development projects. Dr Chami said here over the weekend that there is a distorted view that is chronic nowadays, in which citizens want to get everything from the Government or their lawmaker.

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Education Ministry decries poor student performances

THE Zanzibar Deputy Minister for Education and Vocational Training, Ms Zahra Ali Hamad, has said that poor performance in examinations is due to lavishness.

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Zanzibar youths ‘lack creativity, innovation’

DESPITE the ongoing efforts by the government to provide vocational training and skills to youths in colleges, many graduates still remain unemployed and inactive.

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Illicit brew blamed for increasing GBV cases in Unguja

ACTIVISTS in the West District of Unguja Island say consumption of illicit local brew is considered to be the root cause of most violent crimes, especially gender-based violence in the area.

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Observe ethics, civil servants urged

CIVIL servants in Zanzibar have been reminded that they must act ethically and abide by the rules while in office. The reminder was sounded by Mr Onyango Magori while facilitating a seminar on ‘code of conduct at work’ for civil servants in Zanzibar.

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Daily News Poll

Inflation rate has slightly risen to 6.5 per cent in July from 6.4 per cent in June due to an increased price of non-food items. Do you think the government is doing enough to control it?