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IN less than a week two of the greatest American fighters are going to clash in a boxing match, lovers of pugilism call super fight and billed as the biggest fight ever.

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EVEN before the imposition of new sanctions on Russia by Donald Trump and the ongoing fuss over Russian hackers undermining US democracy, Russian-American relations had deteriorated to a level not seen since the 1950s.

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FROM the 9th to the 12th of August, l was at the Women Advancing Africa (WAA) forum in Dar es Salam, where l had the privilege of listening to eight dynamic youth advocates from Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique and Tanzania, reflecting on Africa’s efforts to harness the demographic dividend through investment in youth.

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HARUNA Niyonzima at Simba,s training camp. He is among the foreign imports expected to shine in the 201718 season. (File photo)

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SIMBA seemed to be much focused ahead of the 2017-18 Premier League season’s kick off on August 26, as every move they make get public attention.

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EDUCATIONISTS emphasise the need for using items and the environment that students are familiar with when teaching.

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STEPHEN Mugarura, an education student at Makerere University, recalls that in his secondary school he studied about the Canadian Prairies, Tennesse Valley Authority, but does not see how these are likely to help him in his life currently or after school.

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SERENGETI Boys players train on a ground near Brazzaville before their Africa U-17 Championship final qualifying match against Congo at Aphonce Masemba Debat stadium. (File photo)

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THE national U-17 team, Serengeti Boys, earlier this year did the nation proud by getting ever closest to the World Championship when they narrowly missed semifinal place in Gabon.

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THE number of people struggling to find enough food each day in South Sudan has grown to six million.

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IN 2014 alone, about 11 million young Africans entered the labour market. But many see few opportunities in the agriculture sector and are constrained by a lack of skills, low wages, and limited access to land and financial services.

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THE country’s national football team Taifa Stars was mercilessly ousted from the African Nation Championship (CHAN) by Rwanda despite carving 1-1 aggregate draw with the tiny East African country.

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SOUTH Korean Hallelujah FC players and officials admire as a traditional dancer with Wanne Star Group plays with a giant snake at the Dar es Salaam Port yesterday, on a tour of the team organised by the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB). The team consisting 50 players and officials is in a two-week tour of the country. (Photo courtesy of TTB)

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A FOOTBALL match at the peak of Kilimanjaro Mountain and Liverpool player Mamadou Sakho’s tour of Kilimanjaro have been among the notable sports news in recently.

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WILL little Penina survive to see her 5th birthday? Her parents are poor – so maybe she will survive, maybe not. The odds are not in her favour.

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WHILE the situations in South Sudan, Somalia and the Lake Chad Basin dominate the agenda of the African Union (AU), other crises seem to have been forgotten by the AU. In fact, no one seems willing to label them as such.

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THE government has announced that recruitment of about 3,000 new medical workers starts next week. The move, the government says, is tailored to seal the gaps left open after the dismissal of public servants, including medical workers, with fake certificates.

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DEFYING the poor record of the past two events, Tanzania’s Taifa Stars had an impressive start in this year’s Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) Cup tournament in South Africa With a mission to use the tournament as a build up for CHAN qualifying match against Rwanda’s Amavubi, Taifa Stars are not underdogs as they were previously, they are serious contenders for the title.

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Left: PROF Adrian Owen, of the Brain and Mind Institute, Western, is leading the sleep cognition study.

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SCIENTISTS in Canada have launched what is set to become the world’s largest study of the effects of lack of sleep on the brain. A team, at Western University, Ontario, want people from all over the world to sign up online to do cognitive tests.

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SENDING children aged below ten to a boarding school is denying them their basic rights, which include parental love and care. The remarks were made by the Acting Director of Temeke Municipality, Mr John Bwana who is also Head of Children Department in the Municipality, in Dar es Salaam on the occasion to mark the International African Child Day.

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CORDIAL relationship between parents and teachers is a crucial role to help pupils to maintain good discipline and perform in their studies at school. Without good cooperation between the school managements and parents, pupils will never produce their best.

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EACH year, 1 million newborns die during their first day of life, 1.3 million babies are stillborn, and more than 300,000 mothers die during pregnancy and childbirth. That’s about as many deaths as the entire population of Namibia.

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A GOLD mining company in Tanzania

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AS the nation ponders the way forward after the damning mineral sand reports revealed how the multinational mining companies managed to rob this nation of trillions of shillings in revenue, a simple question that quickly comes to one’s mind is: Does this nation lack economic and legal experts in the mining field?

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SIGNING of Host Government Agreements (HGA) between Tanzania and Uganda is on the cards, giving a gesture for fast tracking the construction work for Tanga- Hoima oil pipeline.

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THE inaugural SportPesa Super Cup has already won handful admirers owing to the fan base of the teams vying the tournament’s pulsating cash prizes.

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THE National Microfinance Bank (NMB) has issued a dividend of 16.5bn/- to the government for 2016 since the government owns 31.8 per cent of the bank.

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MZEE Philemon Kiwelu Ndesamburo breathed his last at about 1045hrs on Wednesday last week at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC), where he was rushed for treatment after his condition deteriorated precipitously.

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AS the country’s attention was for the past few days directed towards the Under- 17 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon, where Serengeti Boys bowed out gallantly, the focus will now switch to the national senior side, Taifa Stars.

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THE whole football fraternity was baffled when Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) honoured Dodoma to host Azam Sports Federation Cup (ASFC) final at the Jamhuri Stadium on May 28th this year.

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IN a move to establish sustainable inclusive economic growth in the country, in his second year in office, President John Pombe Magufuli (JPM) is making great strides in addressing the rising concerns around youth unemployment in Tanzania.

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IMPRESSIVE performances of the Under- 17 National team, Serengeti Boys, have made them bigger than Serengeti plains, one of the Africa’s biggest animal sanctuaries.

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THIS year marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Korea and the United Republic of Tanzania.

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TANZANIA will soon start reaping dividends from the austerity and governance measures being implemented by President John Pombe Magufuli.

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NOW at 40 years, Fike Wilson, the former Mr Tanzania and body building champion, claims he looks younger than his 40-years. It is only physical exercise that makes him properly maintain his body, his health and appearance.

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AFRICA is at a tipping point. Whether it continues rising or falls back depends, above all else, on whether the continent creates the conditions in which its greatest resourceits young people-can shine. Already six out of ten of Africa’s people are under 25.

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THE damage is too big and far beyond repair whether Simba or Kagera Sugar win the case filed at Tanzania Football Federations (TFF) organs.

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IT may be true that every journey begins with a single step. But when it comes to education, especially in low and middleincome countries, we have a long way to go.

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THE country’s flag bearers at the U-17 Africa Youth Championship in Gabon forced a 2-2 draw with Ghana’s Black Starlets in their last international friendly match at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.

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