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Yanga Out To Take Step Closer To Title.

Yanga Out To Take Step Closer To Title.

    The Premier League title could take a huge step closer to being decided today when current league leaders Young Africans travel to Mwanza to face mid-table Toto Africans at the CCM Kirumba Stadium. Hans Van der Pluijm’s men saw their lead at the top of the table extend to four points after they [&hellip

JPM Spits Fire Over Corrupt Law Enforcers.

JPM Spits Fire Over Corrupt Law Enforcers.

  President John Magufuli yesterday pledged to allocate more resources to the law enforcers but condemned frauds in the force, threatening stern legal measures against the embezzlers. The president ordered the police force and the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) to perform their duties, with the national interest at hearts. Dr Magufuli, addressing Regional Police [&hellip

Majaliwa Takes Advice On Probing UK Bank.

Majaliwa Takes Advice On Probing UK Bank.

        Prime  Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, said yesterday the government was working on Kigoma Urban MP (ACT-Wazalendo) Zitto Kabwe’s advice that it should launch an investigation into the bribery scandal with the UK bank. “We have received an advice from Mr Kabwe to probe the UK based Standard ICBC and Stanbic Tanzania [&hellip

Dar City Council Sells Shares In UDA.

Dar City Council Sells Shares In UDA.

    Dar es salaam  City Council’s (DCC) ownership in Usafiri Dar es Salaam (UDA) has officially ceased following Simon Group’s payment for the 51 per cent shares in the company. Treasury Registrar (TR) Lawrence Mafuru told journalists in the city yesterday that reports from the city council indicate that DCC has received the money [&hellip

Sixteen Egyptians Killed In Libya.

Sixteen Egyptians Killed In Libya.

  Sixteen Egyptian nationals have been killed in clashes with people-smuggling gangs in the Libyan city of Bani Walid, a report says.   The Arabic-language Egyptian news website al-Youm al-Sabea quoted Libyan media sources as saying on Wednesday that three of the smugglers were also killed during the fight.   The sources added that the [&hellip

Iranians Vote In Parliamentary Run-Off Elections.

Iranians Vote In Parliamentary Run-Off Elections.

    Iranians begin voting in run-off parliamentary elections in which 68 seats are up for grabs in the 290-seat Majlis.   “People will vote for 68 undecided seats in constituencies that candidates failed to get 25 percent of votes cast in the first round of the election,” said Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani-Fazli on Friday. [&hellip

Saudi To Open Israel Embassy If Peace Plan Accepted: General.

Saudi To Open Israel Embassy If Peace Plan Accepted: General.

    A well-connected former general in the Saudi military has said the kingdom would open an embassy in Tel Aviv if Israel accepted a Saudi initiative to end the Middle East conflict.   Anwar Eshki was asked during an Al Jazeera interview how long it would be before Riyadh opened an embassy in Israel. [&hellip

Bodies Of Shias Killed By Nigeria Army Must Be Exhumed: Activists.

Bodies Of Shias Killed By Nigeria Army Must Be Exhumed: Activists.

  Rights activists have called for the bodies of hundreds of Shia Muslims massacred by the Nigerian army last December to be exhumed for further investigation into the exact number of victims.   Residents in the northern city of Kaduna, where the carnage took place, have rejected the official death toll and said a local [&hellip

Iran To Take Every Lawful Measure To Restore Stolen Assets In US: Zarif.

Iran To Take Every Lawful Measure To Restore Stolen Assets In US: Zarif.

    Iran says it will take “every lawful measure” against a court ruling that authorizes the seizure of around $2 billion of its frozen assets in the United States.   On Thursday, Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif wrote a letter to United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, saying Tehran reserves the right to [&hellip

US Man Kim Dong-Chul Jailed For Spying In North Korea.

US Man Kim Dong-Chul Jailed For Spying In North Korea.

  North Korea has sentenced a US man to 10 years of hard labour for spying. Kim Dong-chul, a 62-year-old naturalised US citizen born in South Korea, was arrested last October. Kim had made an apparent confession in Pyongyang last month in front of reporters, saying he was paid by South Korean intelligence officers. The [&hellip