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Herbalists Divided on Govt’s Order On Advertising.

Herbalists Divided on Govt’s Order On Advertising.

    Dar es Salaam.  Herbalists across the country yesterday rejected  the government’sban on all public advertisements of herbal medicine, at a dramatic meeting held in Dar es Salaam. The meeting, which was attended by about 100 herbalists from five  regions, overshot the scheduled timeframe in the wake of controversial discussions among clearly rival camps. [&hellip

Azam Threaten Yanga’s Lead.

Azam Threaten Yanga’s Lead.

    Azam FC now pose a big threat to the leaders Young Africans after notching a 2-0 victory over visitors Kagera Sugar in a premiership match at Azam Complex on Sunday. The victory over struggling Kagera Sugar has put them a point adrift their Dar es Salaam rivals who have been on a pilot [&hellip

Museveni Hosts Burundi Peace Talks Monday.

Museveni Hosts Burundi Peace Talks Monday.

    Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni aims to jumpstart fresh peace negotiations between the government of Burundi and opposition groups in Kampala on Monday.   Backed by the East African Community and the United Nations Security Council, the peace talks are aimed at restoring peace and security in Burundi following months of violence in the [&hellip

Special Zanzibar CCM Committee Salutes Dialogue.

Special Zanzibar CCM Committee Salutes Dialogue.

    Members  of the special Zanzibar committee of the CCM National Executive Committee (NEC) commended ongoing efforts to resolve the stalemate arising out of the general election in Zanzibar, whose results were nullified. The committee, chaired by President Ali Mohamed Shein, and also attended by Union Vice-President Ms Samia Suluhu Hassan, also directed party [&hellip

EA Seeks End to Burundi Woes.

EA Seeks End to Burundi Woes.

    As the dialogue on Burundi peace talks resumes in Uganda, the East African Community (EAC) chair is optimistic that a lasting solution will be reached. Patience has, however, been touted as all parties involved sit together to discuss ways of ending the conflict. The Minister of Foreign Affairs, East African, Regional and International [&hellip

House Help Nabbed Over TANAPA Manager Murder.

House Help Nabbed Over TANAPA Manager Murder.

  Police have arrested a domestic servant in connection with the murder of Tanzania National Parks Authority (TANAPA) Protection Manager, Stephen Kisamo, who was his boss.   Ismail Sang’wa (20), who lives in Sepuka village in Ikungi District, Singida Region was arrested after police investigations found out that he was among the suspects behind the [&hellip

RCs, DCs Directed to Control Land Disputes.

RCs, DCs Directed to Control Land Disputes.

    Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, has directed regional and district commissioners as well as district executive directors (DEDs) to ensure they prevail over land disputes in their areas.   The premier made the directive in Lindi Region during a meeting with regional leaders at the state lodge. “Land is the property of the [&hellip

Nigeria Boko Haram: Militants ‘Technically Defeated’ – Buhari

Nigeria Boko Haram: Militants ‘Technically Defeated’ – Buhari

Nigeria has “technically won the war” against Islamist Boko Haram militants, President Muhammadu Buhari says. He told the BBC that the militant group could no longer mount “conventional attacks” against security forces or population centres. It had been reduced to fighting with improvised explosives devices (IED) and remained a force only in its heartland of [&hellip

Saudi Arabia Hospital Fire: 25 Killed And Over 100 Injured.

Saudi Arabia Hospital Fire: 25 Killed And Over 100 Injured.

  An overnight fire at a hospital in southern Saudi Arabia has killed at least 25 people and injured more than 100 others, officials said. The blaze broke out in the intensive care and maternity departments of the Jazan General Hospital, the Civil Defence Agency tweeted. The fire is now over and those injured have [&hellip

Cabinet Now Complete as Vacant Posts Filled.

Cabinet Now Complete as Vacant Posts Filled.

  President  John Magufuli has appointed four ministers and one deputy minister to complete the list of 18 cabinet ministers and 19 deputies, the posts previously left vacant when he unveiled the new cabinet about two weeks ago. According to a statement issued by the Directorate of Presidential Communications in Dar es Salaam, Acting Tanzania [&hellip