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THE “romance” and “magic” of the cup is engulfing Mainland Tanzania, in itself “a great thing” in football. Feats of the “giants” being killed are being performed against “goliaths” by “minnows”.

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SEVERAL years ago, a senior leader in one of the regions in the Lake Victoria zone was literally led up the garden path.

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TREES, yes, the first human experience, according to what we believers read from holy writ, had to do with a fruit tree, and in particular, the one in which the Lord bestowed his source of knowledge.

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SOME of the communities, which have led a nomadic life for centuries, have eventually agreed to settle down, till the land, raise cattle in herds and take their children to school.

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WHEN it comes to being fascinated by the Maasai, largely pastoralist community, count me in as one of the front liners. It’s a fascination that transcends Tanzania’s borders, attested to compellingly by the fact that for most tourists, a visit to our country would be incomplete if Arusha Region weren’t factored into the bargain.

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DURING his heyday, Nelson Mandela was a force to reckon with in and outside South Africa, they mocked, tortured, and jailed him, but little at the end of the day, did they know that his dream would be fruitful and apartheid would be removed from the stocks of the “masters’ shop.

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LAST week, the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) governing body postponed yet again a decision to stop accepting money from the tobacco industry for its projects to end child labour in the tobacco growing sector.

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I AM a great movie fanatic. The beauty about these shows, quite many of which are essentially fictitious, is that they fool–yes, fool–the watcher into believing that the things depicted there-in are real.

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THE Tanzania Gas and LNG Project (TGP) is likely to play a huge role in the country’s future economy.

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WANT to be America’s envoy to a tropical paradise? Just open your wallet … wide. • Reader’s Digest, December 2004

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THE international community agreed on the global Goal of achieving gender equality and women’s empowerment by 2030. But we can’t reach it – not even by 2050 – until we talk to each other, rather than past each other.

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HAVE spent many hours talking with colleagues in international development about how to tear down the barriers that block women’s progress around the world. Now, we’re confronting the fact that every sector, including our own, has a serious problem with sexual harassment and violence.

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THE reason why Christian Bella’s ‘Nani Kama Mama’ is a very popular song need not be belaboured. It is as plain as dusk precedes dawn. During an evening chitchat amongst a club of friends at a recreation centre once, one of the members nearly tore our ribs with laughter, by a brief explanation on which challenge he would find most taxing if he had been created a woman.

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ENERGY supply is one of the greatest challenges facing the planet as traditional fuel sources such as coal and oil run out. This is on top of the mounting condemnation from communities determined to tackle climate change and pollution.

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THE report, commissioned by ICAEW and produced by partner and forecaster Oxford Economics, provides an analysis of the African continent’s economic performance. The report provides a regional overview, and focuses on South Africa and Zimbabwe.

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CRDB Bank’s TemboCard has come a long way from debit to credit card, thanks to the existence of credit referral bureaus. The card reached a milestone last week supported by the establishment of credit reference to put the country financial sector in a new high.

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STATE of Kuwait today Celebrates 57th Anniversary of Independence from United Kingdom, and the 27th Anniversary of The Liberation Day from Iraq invasion as well as 12th Anniversary of His Highness The Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah since Assuming The Rule in 2006.

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BACK in the mid-70s, I witnessed a bit of Mwalimu Julius Nyerere’s fury at close quarters, on Day One of the Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair at grounds along Kilwa Road that currently bears his name.

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IN everyday life, everything large is good; the elephant is the biggest animal in Africa, yea? And so is the bison in the Americas, one upon a time in Europe. I’m not quite sure if you know the Kivukoni Ferry, famously known as ‘Feri’ by every local fellows around there.

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IT was all smiles as the country’s envoys in CAF Champions League and the Confederation Cup Young Africans and Simba won their home games at the national Stadium in Dar es Salaam.

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IN the past, Lameck Sibukale only knew savings in the form of rearing chickens, goats and more importantly, cattle—a long cherished cultural heritage of the Tonga-speaking people of southern Zambia. But thanks to a village savings scheme, the 78-year-old from Nachibanga village in Pemba district is now part of this growing financial inclusion crusade, bringing some fresh air to the functionality of the village economy.

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THE nearest I got to being a casual labourer was when I was about 10 years old, a budding youngster for whom life seemed to be fine, not being even remotely bothered by what should ordinarily be hostile elements.

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IN any business a middleman is a person or company that honestly connects buyers with sellers.

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FOOTBALL history in the country has been rewritten and as for the first time; the Mainland Premier League has reinstated the twenty-team format. This means next season more teams will be taking part after putting to an end the16-team system.

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AS 2018 now in its second month, the challenges of humanitarian crises are momentous. Humanitarians are responding to large-scale emergencies in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Iraq, Syria and Yemen. Rohingya refugees are seeking protection in Bangladesh and the threat of famine and armed conflict looms in Nigeria, South Sudan, and Somalia.

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WHENEVER President John Magufuli officiates public functions, one feature is a ‘No Miss’ at the venues – a special section for prominent individuals. This is not a discovery by the newest of the line-up of Tanzania’s five Union Heads of State so far.

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IT may generate controversy and even call for all sorts of sharp barbs in the public, let alone to read an interesting article that appeared recently in Kenyan press that Teachers Service Commission (TSC) plans to rehabilitate its teachers addicted to drugs and alcohol after collecting data on the ones caught in the web, with a case study in Embu.

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I LOVE the current Catholic Pope, him Francis, not for any Godly reasons but purely because he’s down to earth.

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THE massive increase in number of foreign imports in top flight league is a clear indication that Tanzanian football has a huge appeal in the continent. There are players from West, East, Central and Southern Africa featuring in the Premier League today, most of them drawn from Congo DRC, Ghana, Cameroon, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi.

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AFTER a period of prolonged decline, world hunger is on the rise. Africa has the highest rates of hunger in the world, and they are increasing. Agricultural and livestock productivity in Africa is under threat.

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BABIES are fondly characterized as God’s angels, anchored on the obvious reason that, at such very tender age, they can’t be blamed for doing some unpleasant things, which would be perceived as wrong, and even criminal, in a setting of grownups. T

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“DOING a specified research on a particular topic is extremely important for it helps to identify challenges in the realm and suggest possible long lasting solutions and for the benefit of an entire society,” that was said in Dar es Salaam recently by Dar es Salaam University College of Education (DUCE), lecturer Dr Hezron Onditi.

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MY maternal uncle, Daniel, woke up one cold night and walked to the fireplace, seeking to warm himself up. Apparently, a friend he used to share the room was already there; the curious thing is, this ‘friend’ of his was ‘warming’ himself without stoking an already dying fire.

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