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For Media Organs To Reach Rural Areas, New Paradigm Is Needed

It is well known that prime functions of mass media organs, the radio, newspapers, television and now the social media, are to inform, educate and entertain Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Why women's work still undervalued
EDUCATION: Factors that boost education delivery in Tanzania
SOCIETY WATCH: Our education system will gain if private schools are supported
President Jakaya Kikwete shakes hands with Muslims after Eid-el-Fitr prayers at Maamur Mosque in Upanga, Dar es Salaam yesterday. (Photo: State House)

Clerics: Bury differences, respect human rights

Religious believers and non believers have been urged to bury their differences, respect human rights and maintain peace and the prevailing national unity for the betterment of future generations Full Story

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TRIT Develops Strategy To Shorten Tea Breeding Cycle

 It has been revealed that the breeding cycle of a perennial crop like tea takes at least 15 -17 years, so to ensure that there is enough supply of plants to farmers, the Tea Research Institute of Tanzania has developed a short, medium and long term breeding strategy Full Story

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Dar Chess Team For Global Show

 A team of five Tanzania national chess players board a flight to Norway today where they are expected to make maiden appearance for a two-week World Olympiad that gets underway on Friday Full Story

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