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Yanga issue ultimatum on league prize money

Yanga issue ultimatum on league prize money

Mshambuliaji wa kimataifa wa Yanga, Hamis Kiiza Mshambuliaji wa kimataifa wa Yanga, Hamis Kiiza, amesema kwamba yuko tayari kukaa msimu mzima bila ya timu lakini hataweza kushusha kiwango cha mshahara wa mwezi cha Dola za Marekani 3,500 (Sh. milioni 5.6) ambazo anataka mabingwa hao wa Ligi Kuu ya Tanzania Bara wamlipe kuanzia msimu ujao. Kiiza [&hellip

Public urged to undergo regular diabetes checks

Public urged to undergo regular diabetes checks

Health and Social Welfare deputy minister, Dr Seif Rashid has called upon the general public to nurture a habit of undergoing regular screening for diabetes so as to control it in its early stages. Dr Rashid made the call in Dodoma yesterday when responding to question by Magogoni MP, Kombo Khamis Kombo (CUF), who had [&hellip

Bill Gates supports African journalists

Bill Gates supports African journalists

A new USD 800,000 grant has been set aside by Bill and Melinda Gates foundation for African journalists for stories on development issues. This was said by  BillGates during a telephone interview with journalists from different countries saying it’s a way to help journalists come up with different ideas on development issues. “As a way [&hellip

The Guardian reporter wins Champion Project

The Guardian reporter wins Champion Project

Sylivester Domasa Five outstanding print and electronic media journalists have been selected winners of this year’s Champion Project supported by the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The Guardian reporter, Sylivester Domasa is among the winners of a month-long competition for journalists, focused on involving men in family health services. [&hellip

Tanzania doing well in policy, institution advancement

Tanzania doing well in policy, institution advancement

Tanzania ranks among the top countries in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) that are strengthening the quality of policies and institution underpinning development; according to the latest World Bank (WB) report. The report shows that Tanzania scored 4.2 country policy and institution assessment (CPIA) points in Economic management, 3.8 in structural policies, 3.7 in policies for social [&hellip

Microsoft Opens New Windows

Microsoft Opens New Windows

Microsoft has released a preview version of an update to Windows 8 in an attempt to address users’ concerns about the flagship operating system. The company has back-pedalled on its original concept for Windows 8, which was built on a radical tile-based “Modern” user interface. At a conference in San Francisco, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer [&hellip

UK spy agencies get rise despite cuts

UK spy agencies get rise despite cuts

Government Communications Headquarters Spy agencies are the biggest winners of the British government’s new multi-billion-pound austerity plans, getting a higher-than-inflation annual increase to their combined £1.9 billion budget. Based on the new budget proposals unveiled by Chancellor George Osborne on Wednesday, spy agencies MI5 and MI6 as well as eavesdropping agency the Government Communications Headquarters [&hellip

CAR mine collapse death toll rises to 52

CAR mine collapse death toll rises to 52

The number of people killed in a gold mine collapse in the Central African Republic (CAR) has risen to 52 from the 37 initially reported, local officials say. Didier Ouangai, the mayor of Bambari, which is near the mine, said on Wednesday that the number of those killed in Sunday’s mine collapse has reached 52. [&hellip

Strike closes Eiffel Tower in Paris

Strike closes Eiffel Tower in Paris

The Eiffel Tower in Paris has remained closed for a second day due to a strike by workers demanding better security conditions as well as higher pay. The General Confederation of Labor Union (CGT) called the strike after unsuccessful talks were held on Monday and Tuesday. “The waiting lines are growing longer, the visitors are [&hellip

Huge Chile student rally turns violent

Huge Chile student rally turns violent

Chilean protesters run with Molotov cocktail bottles to throw at police during a student demonstration in Santiago on Wednesday, June 26, 2013. The march was part of a 24-hour strike called by the National Convention of Students. Students have led regular demonstrations since the protest movement began in 2011.” More than 100,000 students have taken [&hellip