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​Portugal Beat Hosts Russia In Confederations Cup.

​Portugal Beat Hosts Russia In Confederations Cup.

It had to be that man again. Cristiano Ronaldo has put speculation over his tax affairs and questions surrounding his future at Real Madrid aside, scoring the winning goal as Portugal overcame Confederations Cup hosts Russia 1-0. His eighth minute header appeared to give the Euro 2016 winners and extra spring in their step, and [&hellip

​Chelsea Striker Diego Costa Wants return To Atletico Madrid.

​Chelsea Striker Diego Costa Wants return To Atletico Madrid.

Diego Costa has told Atletico Madrid he wants to sign for them again, according to Sky sources. The Chelsea striker revealed on June 8 that he had received a message from manager Antonio Conte telling him he was not in his plans at Stamford Bridge for next season. If Costa moved back to Atletico he [&hellip

​…Rush For Key Positions Draws 74 Aspirants.

​…Rush For Key Positions Draws 74 Aspirants.

After the whistle for the forthcoming Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) general election was blown five days ago, 74 football stakeholders have managed to pick and return nomination forms to vie for various posts. TFF will hold its general election on August 12th, in Dodoma and the federation’s Media and Communication Officer, Alfred Lucas, said almost [&hellip

​New-Look Stars Ripe For Cosafa Task.

​New-Look Stars Ripe For Cosafa Task.

The Taifa Stars leave today for South Africa ahead of Cosafa Cup kick off this weekend. Stars go to the tournament full house after the arrival of the Qatar-based striker, Elias Maguli, who together with the Sweden based Thomas Ulimwengu are the only professional players in the squad picked by Coach Salum Mayanga to play [&hellip

​Magufuli Mourns ‘Ali Yanga’.

​Magufuli Mourns ‘Ali Yanga’.

President John Magufuli has sent a condolence message to the family of Ally Mohamed (pictured), a staunch supporter of the ruling party CCM and Young Africans who died in a road accident in Dodoma on Monday. Popularly known as Ali Yanga, the deceased was an entertainer, supporter of the ruling party, Young Africans and the [&hellip

Government Clears Air On Tax Exemption Policy.

Government Clears Air On Tax Exemption Policy.

The government has issued tax exemptions worth 11.8trl/- in the period of 10 years, which is an average of 1.18tril/- per year. Deputy Minister for Finance and Planning, Dr Ashatu Kijaji, told Parliament yesterday that the exemptions were offered to attract investors and boost growth of various companies in the country. The Deputy Minister was [&hellip

Death Toll From Fresh Clashes Hits 100 In Central African Republic.

Death Toll From Fresh Clashes Hits 100 In Central African Republic.

The death toll from a day of fierce clashes between rival factions has increased to around 100 in violence-wracked Central African Republic(CAR). Security sources and NGOs said some 40 people had been killed with dozens more wounded after shooting erupted early on Tuesday in the central town of Bria, the capital of the northeastern prefecture [&hellip

​UN Security Council Welcomes Force Deployment In Sahel.

​UN Security Council Welcomes Force Deployment In Sahel.

The United Nations Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution welcoming the deployment of an African military force to fight Takfiri terrorists in the Sahel region. The resolution, drafted by France, welcomes the deployment but does not grant full UN authorization to the force due to opposition by the United States. Washington opposed formal Security [&hellip

​Police Launch Al Quds Day Rally Probe.

​Police Launch Al Quds Day Rally Probe.

Claims made by an organiser of the anti-Israel Al Quds Day rally that Zionists were to blame for the Grenfell fire tragedy are now being investigated as a possible hate crime. Officers from the Metropolitan Police have confirmed that they will review comments made by Nazim Ali – director of the self-styled “advocacy group” the [&hellip

​South Sudan No Longer In Famine.

​South Sudan No Longer In Famine.

South Sudan is no longer classified as being in famine following an increase in aid, a UN-backed report says. However, the report warns that the situation remains desperate as the number of people at risk of starvation has increased in the last month. The famine, announced in February, was the first be declared anywhere in [&hellip