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Science Labs In Schools: Govt Should Take Charge

Only years ago, Tanzania was critically short of public secondary schools. In fact, in some districts in upcountry regions there were no more than two secondary schools Full Story

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SOCIETY WATCH: What should be done about voters` apathy?
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Hawa Ghasia, Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (Regional Administration and Local Government), Hawa Ghasia, addresses journalists in Dar es Salaam yesterday. She said a team she formed to look into the circumstances that marred Sunday’s civic elections in some parts of the country had established that some district executive directors mishandled the process.

Govt officials sacked over chaos in civic polls

Following last Sunday’s civic polls which were marred by chaos and irregularities, the government has fired six district council executive directors, suspended five, strongly warned three and issued a first warning to three others Full Story

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Two Dar Venues To Host Copa Coca-Cola Last Eight

Two Dar es Salaam venues, namely Tanganyika Packers of Kawe and Karume Memorial Stadium, have been earmarked to host the U-15 Copa Coca-Cola youth football boys’ and girls’ teams today Full Story

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