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Requiem For TSN Journalist Rose Today.

Requiem For TSN Journalist Rose Today.

The funeral details for the departed Tanzania Standard Newspapers (TSN) staff member- Ms Rose Massa Athumani- have been announced. According to the T-bone TSN Deputy Managing Editor (DME), Ms Tuma Abdallah, the requiem mass will be held today at Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) from 11 am with Roman Catholic Church leaders leading the service. Having [&hellip

Silver Lining On The Horizon As Students’ Loan Hitches Fixed.

Silver Lining On The Horizon As Students’ Loan Hitches Fixed.

The Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB) has revealed reasons why some students at different higher learning institutions were yet to be given loans. Speaking in Dar es Salaam yesterday, the HESLB Executive Director, Mr Abdu-Razaq Badru, cited some of them as multiple admissions, discrepancies in application forms and failure to meet the required criteria. [&hellip

Moyes Replaces Bilic At Hammers.

Moyes Replaces Bilic At Hammers.

West Ham United have confirmed former Sunderland, Manchester United and Everton boss David Moyes as their new manager, following the sacking of Slaven Bilic. The Scottish Moyes joins the club following the departure of Bilic who parted ways with Hammers on Monday, following Saturday’s 4-1 home defeat by Liverpool. It is a forth club to [&hellip

Tanzania Has Enough Medicines, Says Minister.

Tanzania Has Enough Medicines, Says Minister.

Minister of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children Ummy Mwalimu has told parliamentarians in Dodoma, today, that the country has enough drugs in each district council. She made the clarification while responding to a supplementary question from Siha MP, Dr Godwin Mollel, who wanted to know measures that the government is undertaking to solve [&hellip

21km Record Holder, Juma Laid To Rest In Babati Today.

21km Record Holder, Juma Laid To Rest In Babati Today.

Tanzania’s 21km record holder, Ismail Juma, who died on Thursday in a road accident, is laid to rest today at his Babati home district. His coach and officials of Tanzania Olympic Committee (TOC) confirmed late yesterday. Following his sudden demise, the Tanzania’s Club Games hope was also dealt a big blow as he was in [&hellip

Zambian Business Community Showers Praise On Dar Port.

Zambian Business Community Showers Praise On Dar Port.

The Zambian business community has hailed the improvement of Dar es Salaam Port, efforts that have contributed to attract more cargo from the landlocked nation, thanks to an affirmative action being taken by the fifth phase government. Speaking in Dar es Salaam yesterday, the businesspersons from Zambia, who are currently on a familiarisation tour of [&hellip

Samata Eyes African Player Award.

Samata Eyes African Player Award.

Taifa Stars skipper, Mbwana Samatta is among 30 players nominated for this year’s African Player of the Year Award. Samatta who plies trade with Belgium topflight side, KRC Genk, has been nominated to contest for the award alongside other East African players ahead of the Awards gala to be held on January 4 next year [&hellip

Acacia’s Top Brass Bows Out.

Acacia’s Top Brass Bows Out.

Acacia Mining Chief Executive Officer, Brad Gordon and Chief Financial Officer, Andrew Wray have resigned and will leave the company by the end of the year, the gold mining giant said yesterday. It said it has appointed Peter Geleta, the Head of Organisational Effectiveness, as Interim Chief Executive Officer and Jaco Maritz, currently Acacia’s General [&hellip

Dar On Alert, Intensfies Control Of Marburg.

Dar On Alert, Intensfies Control Of Marburg.

Tanzanians have been alerted on Marburg outbreak in Eastern Uganda, with the government assuring of intensified defensive measures. Health, Community Development, Gender, Elders and Children Minister Ummy Mwalimu yesterday allayed fears among citizens, saying the government has reinforced the capacity of testing centres at all regions that border Uganda. “Our aim is to ensure that [&hellip

Uhuru Kenyatta declared winner.

Uhuru Kenyatta declared winner.

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has been declared winner of a re-run of the presidential election. He won 98% of the vote with turnout at just under 39% – less than half that recorded in August’s vote, according to the election commission, according to BBC report. Despite pulling out of the re-run of presidential election, NASA’s [&hellip