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Ruvu trio ruled out of league tie

Ruvu trio ruled out of league tie

Ruvu Shooting’s trio of Ibrahim Susan ‘Chogo’, Juma Seif ‘Kijiko’ and Cosmas Lewis have been ruled out of tomorrow’s Mainland premiership return leg tie against pacemakers Azam FC to be played at their own backyard of Mlandizi. The trio has been served with indefinite suspension following an alleged misconduct as confirmed by the team’s information [&hellip

Ministry: We’re committed to improving urban water supply

Ministry: We’re committed to improving urban water supply

The government has reiterated its commitment to ensure urban centres in the country have reliable access to clean and safe water. Addressing Mwanza city residents recently, Water Minister Prof Jumanne Maghembe, said several major water projects across the country have already been completed while the remaining few are in their final stages. “These are huge [&hellip

Journalists badly need safety training

Journalists badly need safety training

Lack of knowledge on security management and risk assessment for journalists in Tanzania has been cited as a major factor contributing to the current state of reporters’ insecurity. “Like other people, journalists have personal interest in the rights that allow them to live in freedom and to be free from fear or oppression…” Tanzania Human [&hellip

Service providers urged to lower price of spectacles

Service providers urged to lower price of spectacles

Eye care service providers in the country have been urged to extend their scope to rural parts of the country and to also lower the prices of their services particularly the price of spectacles. In the wake of published research findings across at least eight regions in the country, the Brien Holden Vision Institute Director, [&hellip

Gold processing plant to be set up for artisanal miners

Gold processing plant to be set up for artisanal miners

A modern gold processing plant is to be built in the Murito village of Tarime district thanks to the support of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). WWF Country Project Manager, Kelvin Robert told a mining stakeholders meeting that already 10m/- has been disbursed for the project. He explained that the plant is meant to curb [&hellip

Qur’anic Reflections, Āyat 62:11

Qur’anic Reflections, Āyat 62:11

Do they not reflect upon the Qur’an, or are there locks on the hearts? (Q 47:24) For past Qur’anic Reflections click here Bismillāh April 4, 2014/ Jumādī II 4, 1435 We convey our condolences to Imam al-Mahdi, Sahibuz Zaman (af) on the death anniversary of her great grandmother, Sayyida Fatima al-Zahraa (a), daughter of the Messenger [&hellip

Wenger: We were outplayed

Wenger: We were outplayed

​A dejected Arsene Wenger had no excuses after Arsenal’s 3-0 loss to Everton left them with a tough fight to secure fourth spot in the Premier League. The Gunners started slowly and fell behind to a Steven Naismith goal in the 14th minute, before Romelu Lukaku was allowed to cut in from the right and [&hellip

Two UN consultants killed in Somalia

Two UN consultants killed in Somalia

Two foreign consultants working for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime have been shot and killed in central Somalia. Officials and witnesses said on Monday the pair, a French national and a Briton, were killed as they disembarked from a plane at the airport in the city of Galkayo, AFP reported. The two [&hellip

Indians start voting in general elections

Indians start voting in general elections

Indians have begun casting ballots in the country’s general elections, which take place in nine stages over five weeks. Voting kicked off on Monday in six constituencies in the two northeastern states of Assam and Tripura. Some 814 million eligible voters will elect members of the 543-seat Lok Sabha (the lower house of parliament) in [&hellip

Dutch govt. sued over Bosnia massacre

Dutch govt. sued over Bosnia massacre

Survivors of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia have opened a civil suit against the Dutch government, saying the country’s UN peacekeepers failed to protect them. A group of grieving widows and mothers calling themselves, The Mothers of Srebrenica, brought the suit before a court in The Hague on Monday. The group alleges that Dutch [&hellip