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Science Labs Truly A Basic Necessity

Science plays a pivotal role in human development, and this is why nations across the globe place a premium on the teaching of science subjects at all levels of education and training Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Global leaders advised to take action towards global climate change
SOCIETY WATCH: New constitution inevitable but won`t come tomorrow
DENTAL MATTERS: 'Shukra' (Gratitude) to Guru Granth Saheb
IPP Executive Chairman Dr Reginald Mengi holds one of the two awards bestowed on him at AABLA Awards in Nairobi at the weekend. (Photo: Guardian Correspondent)

Govt spends 290bn/- on Biometric Voter Registration kits

Despite protests by opposition parties over the use of Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) kits, the government has gone ahead and paid 290bn/- for the purchase of the items Full Story

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Stakeholders Propose 13,500/- As Indicative Price For Cement

Stakeholders are asking the government to set indicative prices to govern cement production in the country. Speaking to this paper at the just ended Fourth Tanzania Home Exhibition in Dar es Salaam , a cement stakeholder Badi John  said lack of indicative price for cement causes huge price variations which affects business investment Full Story

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Tennis Academy Launched In Dar

A New tennis academy has been established at Kijitonyama in Kinondoni with the aim of improving the sport from grassroots level. The academy, known as Kijitonyama Tennis Academy, will use the courts available at the former Postal College along Bagamoyo Road in Kinondoni Full Story

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