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Land Use Plans Important For Sustainability Of Rural Areas

That climate change has affected many parts of the world is undisputable, and Tanzania is not an exception.   For, largely because of climate change there has been less rain which has mostly been unpredictable Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Lessons to learn from Ikwiriri police killings
EDUCATION: Institutional linkages vital for education development
SOCIETY WATCH: Is solution to albinos` tragedy in the offing?
Professor Ibrahim Lipumba, who doubles as Civic United Front (CUF) national chairman and Coalition for People’s Constitution (Ukawa) co-chairman, in a police van in Dar es Salaam yesterday after being arrested allegedly for taking part in an illegal demonstration to mark the 14th anniversary of the killings of several supporters of the opposition party in Zanzibar. (Photo: Salome Kitomari)

Subject presidential aspirants to medical check-up -appeal

Aspiring presidential candidates should undergo mandatory medical check-ups, the Tanzania Constitution Forum (TCF) has advised the National Electoral Commission (NEC) Full Story

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Studies: Supermarket Food Not Necessarily Safer Than Informal Outlet Purchases

Studies conducted in East and Southern African markets have revealed that due to a poorly patrolled chain of custody between producers and sellers, milk and meat sold in supermarkets may pose a greater health threat than that sold in traditional markets Full Story

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Coast Region Cruise Into Taifa Cup Semi

Coast region women soccer team are upbeat about winning the inaugural Taifa Cup tournament after cruising into the semi-finals with a convincing 4-2 goals win over Tanga in the quarterfinal match played at Azam Complex in Dar es Salaam on Monday Full Story

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