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Ministry Deserves Kudos For Ebola Preparedness

At least assurance has been made by Health and Social Welfare ministry that it is taking all necessary measures to see that Ebola, the deadly disease that has recently killed many West Africans, does not wreck havoc if it happens to creep into the country Full Story

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DENTAL MATTERS: Of patients who pray before undergoing dental treatment
EDUCATION: Do this year's 'A' level exams results mirror graduates’ proficiency?
SOCIETY WATCH: What calibre of leaders do we need?
Dar es Salaam residents buy various items as they make preps for Eid el Fitr, marking the conclusion of the holy month of Ramadhan, expected to be celebrated early next week. The scene was captured at Tandika in Temeke District yesterday. (Photo: Selemani Mpochi)

'No law governing disposal of human remains'

Legal experts have expressed dismay over the fact that there is no law to charge implicated persons in the controversial disposal of human remains incident that occurred on Monday at Mbweni Mpiji in Dar es Salaam Full Story

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TCB: No Problem In Cotton Farmers Multitasking To Sisal

 As some cotton farmers branch out into sisal farming, the Tanzania Cotton Board (TCB) has assured that it has no problem with their multitasking, considering that it is the government’s intention to see the livelihoods of the people improved Full Story

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Deafs' Body Solicits Funds

 Tanzania Federation of Sports for Deaf (TFSD) is soliciting for funds to meet the cost of sending a football team to the inaugural continental championship to be staged in Abidjan in October Full Story

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