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AM again borrowing from the gospel of Mathew in the good book. I am as yet not sure how I will pay back all the borrowing I have done in the past.

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QUITE often, when I am relaxing, especially in-between sipping the special waters produced at Ilala Mchikichini in Dar, my brain focuses on light things, as opposed to heavy ones like the industrialisation agenda.

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WITH about approximately 40 days before 2017 ends, there are still a lot of questions we need answers for but are probably not going to get.

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THE transfer window is once again on, providing Vodacom Premier League clubs with the golden opportunity of strengthening their respective teams, especially for teams that had noted problems in their lineups.

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THE Dar Rapid Transport alleviates the city’s transport woes.

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LAST Wednesday was a bad day for me, I may say, for I found myself downtown late in the evening. Not that I have never been out that late; neither should one think that a fight would flare up between me and someone at home on account of that.

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When President Robert Mugabe and his Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) party swept to victory in 2013, the resigned riposte of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change – Tsvangirai (MDC-T) party was: “Let’s see you govern!”

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THE matter of enacting a the new Constitution for the United Republic, was once again formally raised in Parliament last week on Thursday, November 9th, 2017; during the parliamentary proceedings segment of “Questions to the Prime Minister” when Hon Mr Abdallah Mtotela MP, (CUF-Temeke); sought to know from the Hon Prime Minister, what was the Government’s plan for reviving the Constitutionmaking process.

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DECIDING to own a property be it residential or commercial is one of the major decisions that a family or an individual can make. Owning a property entails investing a significant amount of money and obviously a big opportunity cost to the investor.

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ON 10th April, 2017 Duniahabari.com forwarded a proposal to TANAPA to contract its services to gather, process and disseminate tourism information of its national parks through social media.

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LAST Sunday, 5th November, unofficially but impulsively we found ourselves jovially observing the very successful two years of Dr John Joseph Pombe Magufuli’s presidency in this country. His leadership style has won so many hearts inside and outside the country.

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WAY back in 1991, the then President of Tanzania, Alhaj Ali Hassan Mwinyi, seeking solutions to the many land problems that were afflicting the country, set up a Presidential Commission of Inquiry into Land Matters, under the Chairmanship of Professor Issa Gulamhussein Shivji, to advise the Government on the way forward.

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MID this week, the Council for East and Central African Football Associations (CECAFA), Secretary General, Nicholaus Musonye, dominated East African television channels as he was announcing, among others, the resumption of the regional soccer tournament after a two year absence.

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LAST WEEK turned a century after the UK endorsed a Jewish state in Palestine in a declaration, which has hitherto been known as the Balfour Declaration.

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MHESHIMIWA Lazaro Nyalandu, member of the CCM National Executive Committee and member of Parliament for Singida North Constituency, announced to the public on Monday 30th October, 2017, that he had defected to the main Opposition party in Parliament, CHADEMA; and further that he had also tendered his resignation letter from membership of Parliament to the Speaker of the National assembly, Hon Job Ndugai.

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A husband and wife holding their hands and both probably acting as ‘moral props’ for each other, had travelled the distance from Tanga by bus to have their dental problems addressed as they entered the Dental Clinic.

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MOROCCO’S Wydad Casablanca are the new CAF Champions League kingpins after beating Egyptian giants, Al Ahly by a single goal, hence bringing the aggregate to 2-1 following a draw in Egypt a fortnight ago.

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MOST of us aim at building personal and family wealth through different legal means. One of popular methods used globally is owning properties.

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Mr Peter Amanyire, the officer-in-charge of Kasenda Health Centre III, responds to a resident, who wanted to know how to use mosquito insecticide-treated nets, recently at Rwakenzi Village, Kabarole District-Uganda. (Photo by Courtney of Daily Monitor)

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ON the beaches of Zanzibar, where the waters of the Indian Ocean kiss sandy landings all day and night, malaria is on the way out, almost eliminated through years of research, sensitisation, and vector control via, primarily, the bed net.

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DEFINITELY we need rains not floods but if the worse comes, such floods should not be taken as a curse as floods could be managed and turned into fortune.

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SOME animals come into this world more self-sufficient than others. Many can fend for themselves without parental supervision almost immediately.

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FEARS have already been expressed over the TFF’s decision to allow Taifa Stars to take part in the CECAFA Challenge Cup tournament slated for Kenya from November 25th to December 9th 2017.

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LAZARO Nyalandu, former minister of Natural Resources and Tourism resigned from the ruling Chama cha Mapinuzi (CCM), vacating whatever other positions he may have had in the party.

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IN the last fortnight, Tanzanian Foreign Minister, Dr Augustine Mahiga made a four-day official visit to Iran – that was from October 10th to 14th, this year.

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NEXT Saturday, November 5th, 2017, President John Magufuli will complete the first two years of his first five-year term as President of the United Republic of Tanzania. It is therefore just and proper, that Tanzanians should take this opportunity to reflect on President Magufuli’s performance during this period.

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AFTER a lot of talking about raining goals on one another, Simba and Young Africans last Saturday ended their derby in a one all draw.

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ACCESS to affordable housing is so fundamental to the health and well-being of people across the world to the extent that it is one of UN Universal Declarations of Human Rights.

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WE have what we call the central business district, or CBD for short, within the City of Dar es Salaam. Thankfully, we’re moving camp to Dodoma, the new seat of Government and everything that goes with organising human circumstance.

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Recently Tanzania was in the news for arresting people who were meeting at a local hotel ostensibly to discuss gay and lesbian rights. The meeting included prominent actvists from down south.

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I AM reliably informed that a calculator doesn’t commit mistakes like some ‘daladala’ conductors do with bus fare change deliberately, and over which passengers with short, rather long temper, threaten to do to them, what in legal circles is known as malice aforethought.

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WONDER whether you have sat down and ask yourself the following question – Why does National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA) puts the results of all pupils together, irrespective of the schools they attended?

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I READ a series of cartons titled, “Just Polite” by Kasia Babis the other day. The actual concept behind the images was “what if men were just polite to each other” which was centred on men affording the same courtesy and niceness women afford each other. Being nice and polite.

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OKAY, there are a lot of things Tanzanians can learn from other countries, but one thing other countries don’t learn from Tanzania is laziness, nasema kweli.

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I walked into Hindu Mandal Hospital with the curiosity of a cat. Did I have diabetes? The doctor who had seen me some time previously had in the end given me reference to another doctor for confirmation if I had the illness.

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