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Mafisango, Okwi waipaisha Simba

Mafisango, Okwi waipaisha Simba

Kagera Sugar goalkeeper Andrew Ntalla dives in vain as Simba`s Patrick Mafisango scores the first goal during the Mainland Premier League match played at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam. Leaders Simba SC cemented their place on the top of the Mainland Premier League standings when they beat Kagera Sugar by 3-1 goals at [&hellip

Mancini keen on Arsenal star Van Persie

Mancini keen on Arsenal star Van Persie

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has confirmed his interest in Arsenal’s Robin van Persie, but believes the striker will remain with the Gunners. The 28-year-old, who has scored 32 goals this season, is out of contract in 2013 and has put talks over a new deal on hold until the summer. “We are interested in [&hellip

Summary Majlis 3rd MAR 2012- Imam Wiladat‏

Majlis Summary Saturday,11thRabi ul Thani,1433 A.H. /3rdMarch,2012 Heartiest Felicitations on the Happy and Auspicious Occasion of the Birth Anniversary of our 11th Imam Hasan Al Askari (A.S.) Imam Hasan Al Askari was born on 10th Rabi ulThani 232 A.H. in Medina. He is the son of our tenth holy Imam Ali An-Naqia.s. and Bibi Susan. [&hellip

Short Summer Courses in Iran‏

Short Summer Courses in Iran‏

Iran introduces short courses on Cultural and Academic programme for boys and girls, check out the flyer for more details

UK funds set to help rare monkey

UK funds set to help rare monkey

A conservation project to help protect the rare Burmese snub-nosed monkey is one of 33 to get a share of UK Government funding. The species was photographed for the first time last year. The project, led by Fauna and Flora International (FFI), will try to establish how many of the monkeys are left and how [&hellip

International ‘hacker’ arrests

International ‘hacker’ arrests

Lulzsec were known for carrying out attacks for the “lulz”, a variation of “lol”, meaning “laugh out loud” Seven alleged hackers based in the US, UK and Republic of Ireland have been charged with crimes related to computer attacks said to have affected “over one million victims”. The FBI said that five of the men [&hellip

Popular colas contain cancerous agent

Popular colas contain cancerous agent

Many popular cola drinks including Coke and Pepsi contain a caramel-coloring chemical that causes cancer in lab animals, warns a consumer advocacy group. “Coke and Pepsi, with the acquiescence of the FDA, are needlessly exposing millions of Americans to a chemical that causes cancer,” said executive director of the Center for Science in the Public [&hellip

Herbal remedy fights asthma

Herbal remedy fights asthma

A traditional Chinese herbal remedy may be significantly helpful in relieving daily symptoms of asthmatic patients, Japanese researchers say. A study of more than 270 patients with asthma who either received a Chances mixture or standard treatment demonstrated that the herbal treatment worked better in removing symptoms compared to inhaled steroid and a bronchodilator. After [&hellip

New system to protect satellites

New system to protect satellites

Massive bursts of solar energy can damage satellites by veering them into the paths of other craft or by scrambling their communications. Scientists have developed a system that helps them protect navigation and communication satellites by forecasting potentially devastating solar storms. A European research team led by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), have found a [&hellip

Sports writer, Samson Mbega dies

Sports writer, Samson Mbega dies

Samson Mbega, for the last few months a sports writer with The Guardian limited died on Monday morning at Burhani Hospital in Dar es Salaam where he was admitted for malaria treatment. Mbega, who was born in July 1964 in Dar es Salaam, will be buried in Manerumango in Kisarawe district, Coast region, tomorrow. Mourners [&hellip