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Can Social Security Schemes Help Poor Accident Victims?

 Is it any surprise that three-quarters of road accident victims are too poor to pay their medical bills?   With 80 per cent of Tanzanians living in rural areas and many of those in the urban centers found in slums, it is only to be expected that more than half of the people admitted to hospital after being involved in road accidents cannot afford the treatment they need Full Story

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EDUCATION: Bullying affect children's learning and performance
SOCIETY WATCH: Let the search for better education continue with zeal
SPORTS WATCH: Women football in stagnation
Irene Shayo of Dar es Salaam’s Tegeta Salasala suburb briefs journalists in the city yesterday on a land wrangle at Tegeta Mbuyuni between residents of the area and a foreign investor. (Photo: Halima Kambi)

Govt reviewing secondary school subject combinations

The government has begun review of all secondary school subject combination and specialisation modalities and is inviting the participation of stakeholders before the end of next month Full Story

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Tibaijuka In Support Of Home-improvement Loans

The best way to improve human life is by first upgrading their residence or homes, the phrase is part of a speech delivered by the Minister of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development, Prof Ana Tibaijuka is her short address to residents of Manzese Mvuleni, an impoverished Dar es Salaam suburb Full Story

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Winless Shooting Host Mbeya City

Ruvu Shooting that used to be  one of the formidable sides in the Mainland soccer premiership is at the bottom of the 14-team standings table after two rounds of play surprisingly without a point Full Story

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