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Yanga Close In On Group Stage.

Yanga Close In On Group Stage.

Young Africans registered a slim 1-0 win over MC Alger of Algeria in the CAF Confederation Cup playoff first leg at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Midfielder Thaban Kamusoko’s second half strike earned Yanga the important victory but the Jangwani Street side will need to dig deep in their return leg away, [&hellip

Mbowe, Mdee Grilled By Parliamentary Committee.

Mbowe, Mdee Grilled By Parliamentary Committee.

The Parliamentary Privileges, Ethics and Powers Committee, yesterday grilled Kawe lawmaker Halima Mdee and Leader of Opposition Camp, Freeman Mbowe for several hours for allegedly breaching parliamentary standing orders. Ms Mdee (Chadema) and Mr Mbowe, who is also Chadema Chairman, turned up for the hearing which commenced at 10:00 am. The duo was questioned for [&hellip

Yanga Target CAF Group Stage Slot.

Yanga Target CAF Group Stage Slot.

Mainland envoys Young Africans will be looking to impress, when they take on MC Alger of Algeria in the CAF Confederation Cup playoff at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam today. Coming fresh from last week’s 1-0 victory over Azam FC in the domestic league, Yanga will need nothing but a convincing win in [&hellip

Minister Orders Defiant Pastoralists Out Of Parks.

Minister Orders Defiant Pastoralists Out Of Parks.

The government has maintained its position requiring pastoralists, who illegally entered and grazing their animals in forest reserves and national parks in the country, to leave such areas with immediate effect. Minister for Tourism and Natural Resources, Prof Jumanne Maghembe told the National Assembly here yesterday that the time allocated for them to leave the [&hellip

VP-Blessed Serengeti Boys Jet Off.

VP-Blessed Serengeti Boys Jet Off.

Vice-President Samia Suluhu Hassan has given the national youth team, Serengeti Boys words of motivation, to inspire success in the African Youth Championship (AYC) finals in Gabon next month. She gave the words during a dinner with the team and officials at her Oysterbay residency in Dar es Salaam on Tuesday, at an occasion to [&hellip

VIP Engineering, 2 Others Halt $168.8m Pay Order.

VIP Engineering, 2 Others Halt $168.8m Pay Order.

The High Court (Commercial Division) has given the Standard Chartered Bank Hong Kong Limited and Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia Berhard three weeks (21 days) to respond to proceedings, seeking to set aside registration of a foreign summary judgment for payments of $168, 800,063 (about 400bn/-). The proceedings relate to two applications lodged by three local [&hellip

History Re-written As Mkumbo Takes Oath Of Office.

History Re-written As Mkumbo Takes Oath Of Office.

Former opposition party ACT-Wazalendo consultant and University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) senior lecturer, Professor Kitila Mkumbo, was yesterday historically sworn in as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Water and Irrigation. The event, held at State House in Dar es Salaam, also saw President John Magufuli swearing in Dr Leonard Akwilapo as Permanent Secretary [&hellip

South Korea Tests Long-Range Ballistic Missile, Yonhap Reports.

South Korea Tests Long-Range Ballistic Missile, Yonhap Reports.

South Korea has tested a long-range ballistic missile capable of reaching anywhere in North Korea, Yonhap News reported, a day after its northern neighbor drew condemnation for launching another projectile. The South Korean missile, with a range of 800 kilometers (500 miles), was tested recently and met key flight and accuracy requirements, Yonhap reported on [&hellip

Report: Yemenis’ Retaliatory Attacks Leave 119 Saudi Soldiers Dead In 2017.

Report: Yemenis’ Retaliatory Attacks Leave 119 Saudi Soldiers Dead In 2017.

Yemeni army soldiers, backed by fighters from allied Popular Committees, have reportedly carried out dozens of sniper operations against Saudi Arabia’s southwestern border regions in the first quarter of this year, leaving 119 Saudi soldiers dead. Most of the operations were conducted in Jizan, where a total of 74 Saudi troopers lost their lives in [&hellip

South Sudanese Troops Accused Of Civilian ‘Slaughter’.

South Sudanese Troops Accused Of Civilian ‘Slaughter’.

Some were shot as they tried to flee. Others had their throats slit before their bodies were strung up from door frames. Two children were run down by a car. These are the testimonies from South Sudanese refugees as hundreds fled into Uganda for a second day on Wednesday following an attack by government forces [&hellip