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Chinese Foreign Minister Jets Into Dar Today.

Chinese Foreign Minister Jets Into Dar Today.

Chinese Foreign Affairs Minister Wang Yi is expected in the country today for a one-day working visit. During his visit, Mr Wang will meet and hold official talks with his host, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Dr Augustine Mahiga, on cooperation between the two countries and later hold a joint press [&hellip

Two Top Mtwara Coop Officials Held Over ‘Lost’ Cashewnuts.

Two Top Mtwara Coop Officials Held Over ‘Lost’ Cashewnuts.

The Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, yesterday ordered the arrest of four officials, including two from the Masasi-Mtwara Cooperative Union Limited (MAMCU), following the loss of over 2,000 tonnes of cashewnuts. Mr Majaliwa, who is on official tour of Ruvuma Region, directed the Regional Police Commander Zuberi Mwombeji to arrest the officials and bring them [&hellip

Iran warns of reinforcement of terrorists during Syria truce

Iran warns of reinforcement of terrorists during Syria truce

A senior Iranian official says the current nationwide ceasefire in Syria should not provide an opportunity for terrorist groups’ rearmament. “The ceasefire should not be used as an opportunity for terrorist groups to replenish their human, financial and weapon resources in order to continue [their] crimes and bloodshed,” Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council [&hellip

Queen, Bush, Carter, Rockefeller predicted to die in 2017

Queen, Bush, Carter, Rockefeller predicted to die in 2017

A website, which correctly predicted 12 celebrity deaths in 2016, says Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and former US Presidents George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter as well as American billionaire David Rockefeller are among those who are expected to die this year. The owners of DeathList.net provided a list of 50 celebrities based on the [&hellip

Saudi ‘dream’ ends in ‘disastrous’ failure: British paper

Saudi ‘dream’ ends in ‘disastrous’ failure: British paper

Saudi Arabia’s “dream” of becoming the dominant power in the Arab and Muslim world has ended in “disastrous” failure, an article on a British online newspaper says, suggesting that such an ambition was always beyond Riyadh’s capabilities. The article, written by Patrick Cockburn and published on The Independent on Friday, enumerated a host of foreign [&hellip

Giant Antarctic iceberg set to break away

Giant Antarctic iceberg set to break away

​An iceberg expected to be one of the 10 largest ever recorded is ready to break away from Antarctica, scientists say. A long-running rift in the Larsen C ice shelf grew suddenly in December and now just 20km of ice is keeping the 5,000 sq km piece from floating away. Larsen C is the most [&hellip

Laptop has not one but three screens

Laptop has not one but three screens

​Gaming PC maker Razer has unveiled a concept laptop with three 4K screens at the CES tech show in Las Vegas. The firm claims Project Valerie is the world’s first portable laptop of its kind. Two additional screens slide out from the central display via an automatic mechanism. One analyst praised the design, noting that [&hellip

Dodoma Airport ‘neighbours’ hail move to compensate them.

Dodoma Airport ‘neighbours’ hail move to compensate them.

Victims of Dodoma Airport expansion expressed their gratitude yesterday over a recent decision by the government to start compensating houses in Makole Ward, which were marked for demolition, affirming readiness to vacate the airfield. About 234 houses in Chadule B and Makole area in Dodoma Municipality were marked for demolition mid-last year, paving way for [&hellip

Azam Fate In Yanga’s Hands.

Azam Fate In Yanga’s Hands.

Formidable Young Africans will be battling for supremacy today when they take on Azam FC in their group B last match of the ongoing Mapinduzi Cup tournament at the Amaan Stadium in Zanzibar. Tonight’s game against Azam is just a mere formality game to the Jangwani Street based club, who are yet to feel the [&hellip

Kongwa Bike Riders Need Licences.

Kongwa Bike Riders Need Licences.

Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority (Sumatra) has given a seven-day ultimatum to riders of motorcycles and three-wheelers in Kongwa District, Dodoma Region to possess licences. The order was issued by the Sumatra Principal Officer for Dodoma Region, Conrad Shio, during his meeting with the riders in the district. He said the new Transportation Act, [&hellip