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It's Not Superstition; It's Crime – Pitiless!

At least one person is murdered each month in Shinyanga Region, with police associating the killings with superstition and the mad quest for power and riches Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Ihombwe dispensary faces acute shortage of health facilities
SPORTS WATCH: Is Phiri return prove to be a game-changer?
SOCIETY WATCH: Has the D-day for ghost workers really come?
Shops remain closed at Kariakoo in Dar es Salaam yesterday as traders protested use of electronic fiscal devices, saying the items are expensive and defective. (Photo: Tryphone Mweji)

16 Mbagala bomb victims dead as govt works on payment

While the government is still working on the reviewed mode of compensating victims of Mbagala bomb blast which occurred five years ago, at least 16 of them are reported dead Full Story

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Telecentre Supports Iringa Small Holder Farmers Find Tomato Markets In Kenya

Small scale tomato farmers in Kilolo District, Iringa Region have commended the establishment of a telecentre at Mazombe ward that provides access to markets in Nairobi and Mombasa in Kenya as well as in Zambia Full Story

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Chaneta To Improve Global Netball Ranks

In a bid to improve global netball ranks, the netball association of Tanzania (CHANETA) plans to organise international netball event.   The body’s president Anna Kibira yesterday said the executive members of her committee will meet soon to discuss on the possibility of hosting the international event before end of the year Full Story

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