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Muhimbili Promotes Medical Services.

Muhimbili Promotes Medical Services.

    In a move to boost its efficiency and increase its revenue collection Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) has improved and extended its outpatient services from seven to 10 hours during week days. This service takes care of clinic patients who need medical advice and treatment from the specialists at Muhimbili National Hospital.   Speaking [&hellip

Restaurant attack kills 19 in Somalia

Restaurant attack kills 19 in Somalia

​At least 19 people have been killed in an attack on a beachfront restaurant in the Somali capital Mogadishu, claimed by al-Qaeda-linked Shabab militants. Police said security forces took control of the restaurant just before dawn Friday and rescued many people trapped inside the restaurant’s hall. Special forces went from room to room pursuing the [&hellip

Law Reduces Cyber Crime By 60 Per Cent.

Law Reduces Cyber Crime By 60 Per Cent.

      With the high rate of cybercrime, theft or fraud in the country ever since the government enacted the legislation in September last year, such offences have decreased by 60 per cent. Several people also have fallen foul of the new law and found themselves in court.   This was said in Dar [&hellip

Mascherano attempts to avoid prison

Mascherano attempts to avoid prison

Barcelona and Argentina defender Javier Mascherano has appeared in court aiming to avoid going to prison over a 1.5m euros (£1.1m) tax fraud. Mascherano, 31, previously admitted two counts of fraud after failing to declare earnings in 2011 and 2012. A judge will now rule if Mascherano can pay an increased fine to avoid jail, according to reports in [&hellip

Zarate joins Fiorentina

Zarate joins Fiorentina

​Mauro Zarate has ended his 18-month spell with West Ham by joining Fiorentina on a permanent contract. The forward has not featured for West Ham since the 1-0 FA Cup third-round victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers on January 10 and has joined Fiorentina for a fee believed to be £1.6m. “I would like to thank David Sullivan and David [&hellip

Std Four Rating Exams Produce Good Science Result, ‘Poor’ English.

Std Four Rating Exams Produce Good Science Result, ‘Poor’ English.

    The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) announced the National Standard Four Examination Assessment results whereas candidates recorded highest performance in science and lowest in English Language. NECTA Executive Secretary Dr Charles Msonde told reporters in Dar es Salaam that the assessments are for the national examinations whereas 977,886 pupils sat on November [&hellip

S Africa rhino poaching levels fall

S Africa rhino poaching levels fall

​The number of rhinos poached for their horns in South Africa fell last year for the first time since 2007, officials say. There were 1,175 cases in 2015, compared to the record number of 1,215 in the previous year. The decline was due to “increased policing and combat operations”. Poaching has been driven by demand [&hellip

Denmark city makes pork mandatory

Denmark city makes pork mandatory

​A Danish city has made serving pork mandatory in an apparent bid to tighten restrictions for Muslim refugees coming to the country. Frank Noergaard, a member of the council in Randers, said on Thursday that the council has ordered pork to be a mandatory feature on municipal menus, including in schools and daycare centers. The [&hellip

​Blast, gunmen kill 8 police in Egypt​

​Blast, gunmen kill 8 police in Egypt​

At least eight policemen have been killed in two different incidents in Egypt. Five policemen, including three senior officers, were killed by armed militants in the restive Sinai Peninsula on Thursday. Separately, an explosion killed three policemen near a road that leads to the site of the ancient pyramids in the Cairo suburb of Giza. [&hellip

Medical Doctors For Equal Salary.

Medical Doctors For Equal Salary.

    The government has said that it will ensure that all doctors in government referral hospitals in the country are paid the same rates of salaries according to their profession and from now on no any doctor will be paid a different salary rate. The directive was made yesterday by the Minister of Health, [&hellip