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Traffic Dept Collects 3.4bn/- Fines In 2015.

Traffic Dept Collects 3.4bn/- Fines In 2015.

Traffic Police in Morogoro Region have for the past year collected 3.4bn/- up from 2.5bn/- in 2015 from fines resulted from traffic offenses. Morogoro Regional Police Commander (RPC) Ulrich Matei said here yesterday that a total of 115,100 traffic offences were recorded in 2016, saying a total of 86.259 traffic offences were recorded in 2015. [&hellip

800 Girls ‘Suffered FGM Last December Alone’.

800 Girls ‘Suffered FGM Last December Alone’.

800 girls were subjected to Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in December last year alone, the Permanent Secretary (PS) in the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Ms Sihaba Nkinga, was told in Mara Region on Tuesday. Tarime District Commissioner (DC) Mr Glorious Luoga told the PS that all the girls were circumcised [&hellip

Most Loan Defaulters Still ‘Hiding’.

Most Loan Defaulters Still ‘Hiding’.

Higher Education Student’s Loans Board (HESLB) finalises preparations to publish names and pictures of education loan defaulters, only 31.6 per cent have so far come out and started repayment. The HESLB Executive Director, Mr Abdul-Razaq Badru, told the ‘Daily News’ that by yesterday, only 45,000 defaulters out of 142,470 had heeded to the instruction. Late [&hellip

Coach:Msuva Has Taste For Goals.

Coach:Msuva Has Taste For Goals.

Young Africans Assistant Coach Juma Mwambusi has commended incredible performance by Simon Msuva, saying the winger has got more of a taste to score goals. Yanga hit hapless Pemba’s Jamhuri 6-0 in their opening Group B match of the ongoing Mapinduzi Cup tournament at the Amaan Stadium on Monday night. Mwambusi said six stars Yanga [&hellip

Man stabs 11 kids in Chinese kindergarten

Man stabs 11 kids in Chinese kindergarten

A man armed with a kitchen knife has stabbed nearly a dozen children at a kindergarten in southern China, wounding at least three of them seriously. Local authorities said on Wednesday that the man “sneaked into” the school in the southern autonomous region of Guangxi Zhuang mid-afternoon and stabbed the children before being detained at [&hellip

Armed men free inmates in Philippines jailbreak

Armed men free inmates in Philippines jailbreak

​Armed men have broken into a prison in the southern Philippines, engaging in a shootout with guards, killing one, and helping more than 150 inmates to break out. More than 100 men attacked the North Cotabato District Jail in the city of Kidapawan early on Wednesday. They engaged in a two-hour firefight with prison guards, [&hellip

No more releases from Guantanamo: Trump

No more releases from Guantanamo: Trump

​US President-elect Donald Trump has called for an end to the transfer of detainees from the notorious Guantanamo Bay prison. In a statement on Tuesday, Trump spoke against closing the Cuban-based military prison and said the US government should avoid releasing any more prisoners from the detention center in order to stop them from committing [&hellip

Ford to scrap $1.6 billion plant in Mexico

Ford to scrap $1.6 billion plant in Mexico

​Ford has said it will cancel plans for a new plant in Mexico and instead expand a facility in the US. Hours earlier, President-elect Donald Trump threatened General Motors with a tax for importing cars from Mexico. Ford Motor Company said Tuesday it is canceling plans for a new $1.6 billion (1.54 billion euro) plant [&hellip

Arsenal fight back in thriller

Arsenal fight back in thriller

​Arsenal came back from 3-0 down with 20 minutes remaining to earn a 3-3 draw in a thrilling encounter at Bournemouth on Tuesday. The Gunners were seemingly down and out in the 70th minute, before Alexis Sanchez’s header and substitute Lucas Perez’s stunning volley brought the visitors to within touching distance of an unlikely point. [&hellip

UK envoy to EU resigns ahead of Brexit talks

UK envoy to EU resigns ahead of Brexit talks

Britain’s ambassador to the European Union has unexpectedly resigned weeks after he stated that Brexit could take longer than expected to sign off. Sir Ivan Rogers told staff on Tuesday afternoon that he would quit his post early, but did not explain the reason for his decision. He was appointed to the role of permanent [&hellip