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ALL eyes will be in Kigali tomorrow where Tanzanian envoys, Taifa Stars face hosts Rwanda in the return leg of the African Champions qualifiers (CHAN).

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THE coming in of the multiparty system into the political arena in this country, over two decades ago, ushered in a new dispensation where the play-field was open to everyone with will and ability.

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THEY say time waits for no one and the time lost is like water under the bridge--it will never be recovered. One common thing about successful people is how best they manage their time.

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MILESTONES are being made all around us, but do we ever stop to notice them? Let appreciate their significance, we rarely pay attention to momentous milestones in our lives.

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NEWLY released 2017 National Form Six Exam results have revealed fierce competition between public and private schools. Unlike last year’s public school dominance in the top ten, private establishments have this year outmaneuvered their state-funded counterparts.

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DRUGS form an important part of human existence because they go a long way not only in restoring health to the sick, but protecting those who haven’t been infected against infection.

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THE government has openly revealed that plans are underway to have more firms to operate container terminals at the Dar es Salaam port.

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WE once used to joke about climate change because any talk of a change in the air sounded so remote, ever so distant. It also elicited a lot of cynicism, with an American senator saying all that could happen is change people’s lifestyles.

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IN virtually annual cycles, calls on Tanzanians– and by extension, presumably, non-nationals resident in the country– to patronize goods produced or made at home, is a recurrent theme at the Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair (DITF) in early July.

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WHEN adjourning the seventh meeting of the 10th parliament in Dodoma on Wednesday, Prime Minister, Kassim Majaliwa directed Minister responsible for sports to review the performance of the National Sports Council (NSC), in order to determine its effectiveness.

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ERICK Knutsson, one of the finest diplomats and gentlemen to have been born and bred from Sweden, once said that after the so-called ‘scramble for Africa’ in the 19th century at Berlin, then West German, was done, there remained just one more continent to scramble for and he called that continent ‘The Future.’

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ELECTION fever is mounting as the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) heads to the polls in Dodoma on August 12. Its fever to the aspirants of the various posts in TFF, but it is anxiety and high hopes to the Tanzanians wishing for changes that will develop football to the higher level.

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WE believe that whoever would write off a nation that doesn’t cherish its elderly citizens as utterly thankless wouldn’t risk being branded an exaggerator. For the segment of people in that category are generally considered to be a repository of wisdom, onto which younger generation members regularly tap.

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THE government has made it abundantly clear that no stone will be left unturned in the quest to uncover and apprehend the heinous killers who are mainly targeting members of the Police Force in Kibiti and Mkuranga districts in Coast Region.

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LOCAL content has lately become very topical for African countries that have discovered oil and gas resources in discussions on how best these countries will manage their petroleum resources in a sustainable manner for the benefits of its people.

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THERE are two major viewpoints on what may liberally be characterized as the Magufuli presidential leadership style. Some support it and others are dissenters.

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SEVENTY four football stakeholders seeking various positions in the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) have returned nomination forms ahead of the general election on August 12 in Dodoma.

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A BABY’S entry into the world is usually greeted delightfully by parents, broader family members and well-wishers.Their prayers and expectations are that the baby will enjoy good health, acquire a good education, a beneficial profession, and, ultimately, become a resourceful adult.

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IT has come to light that a group of well-wishers, who have the welfare of young women at heart, has seen the predicament that afflicts schoolgirls in Kisarawe District secondary schools.

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THIS paper carried a lead story yesterday about progress in the plan to bring all wildlife conservation bodies under one roof.

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THE ability to deliver messages on complex issues via a simple approach, but which even semi-literate people can grasp easily, was one of the attributes that made Tanzania’s founding president, Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere, a towering intellectual giant.

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CHILDREN are not only gifts from God, but also constitute the future.

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IT has come to light that the government is looking into the possibility of building new prisons in 52 districts in the country. The upshot, the government says, is to decongest some of the most populated penitentiaries.

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THE second probe team led by Professor Nehemiah Osoro presented its report to President John Magufuli on Monday, throwing away any shadow of doubt that all is not well in the mining sector.

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TANZANIA, and its people, have been ripped off their won mineral wealth, almost at will, by just about every idiot who came to this country in the guise of investment.

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THE Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF) was recently compelled to do something that, in an ideal situation, it shouldn’t do. It issued a statement trashing reports circulating through some social media sites, of job opportunities there.

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TAIFA Stars face a tricky fixture against Lesotho in their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers at the Azam’s Chamazi Stadium in Dar es Salaam tomorrow and nothing but victory will fascinate Tanzanians.

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THERE are mounting concerns over unpredictable tax regime, which is allegedly increasing the cost of doing business in the country.

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THE national emblem, which is Tanzania’s leading symbol, as it is for other nations, shot into the limelight recently, thanks to the short-lived limelight into which Mzee Francis Maige shot.

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THOSE lucky enough to make it to Butiama Village, birthplace of founding president and Father of the Nation, are very lucky indeed, not least, our very own Vice-President Samia Suluhu Hassan, who will be there to grace this year’s World Environment Day (WED).

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IT is now evident that Alphonce Simbu’s success in Olympic Games of Rio de Janeiro last year has been more than rewarding to Tanzania.

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IF promises constituted a commercial product like, say, a popular brand of soft drink or alcohol, they would provide a basis for the establishment of a highly lucrative industry. That, though is a fictitious sketch.

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GALLANT Tanzania’s Under-17 side, Serengeti Boys who were mathematically ousted from the African Youth Championship in Gabon, definitely impressed every Tanzanian despite missing the desired goal.

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