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Employees Should Be Transferred Regularly

On being employed for the first time, especially in the civil service and any public entity, one of the conditions for a worker is to work anywhere and at any time if required to do so by his/her boss Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: 'Govt needs to recognise roles of CSOs in promoting, protection of human rights'
DENTAL MATTERS: Special dentures for marriage
SOCIETY WATCH: Corruption nightmare continues to haunt us
Round one goes to Chenge! Bariadi West Legislator, Andrew Chenge, leaves Karimjee hall in Dar es Salaam yesterday shortly after he flashed a High Court stop order barring the Ethics Secretariat from questioning him on his alleged 1.6/-bn scoop in the Tegeta Escrow account scam. (Photo: Halima Kambi)

MP Chenge locks horns with Ethics Secretariat

The Ethics Secretariat was yesterday forced to postpone the questioning of Bariadi West Member of Parliament, Andrew Chenge after he submitted a High Court stop order explicitly barring any and all authority from discussing any matter concerning the Tegeta Escrow account scandal Full Story

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Azam Arrive In Khartoum

Mainland Tanzania soccer champions Azam FC have arrived safely in Khartoum yesterday ready for their return leg match of the CAF Champions League opening round against their hosts El Merreikh tomorrow Full Story

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