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Electronic tickets in use next season

Electronic tickets in use next season

Tanzania Football Federation’s secretary general Angetile Osiah said the protracted electronic tickets will be in use at the beginning of new premiership season expected to kick off mid next month. The application of the tickets has been overdue for almost eight months since the earlier decision was announced in December last year. The tickets were [&hellip

Tayoa wins awards in tech exhibitions

Tayoa wins awards in tech exhibitions

Tanzania Youth Alliance chairman Charles Sanga holds trophy the NGO won recently at regional exhibition on use of technology to boost economic growth held in Kenya. Tanzania Youth Alliance (Tayoa) has won three awards during exhibitions which focused on the use of technology in promoting social and economic development. The four-day exhibitions were held recently [&hellip

Use politics to promote significant changes-call

Use politics to promote significant changes-call

Tanzanian political leaders have been urged to use their influence to catalyze significant changes in the society. The call was made yesterday in Dar es Salaam by Evidence for Action (E4A) Tanzania country Director Craig John Ferla, citing an example of initiative introduced by former US President George W Bush to fight the HIV/AIDS pandemic- [&hellip

Tanzania formulates organic farm policies

Tanzania formulates organic farm policies

Sophia Kaduma Tanzania has formulated policies meant to support the principles of organic agriculture farming as the international federation of organic agriculture movements has been advocating. Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives Sophia Kaduma made that remark yesterday in Dar es Salaam when opening the East African Organic conference hosted [&hellip

Free cancer screening for women with HIV-ORCI

Free cancer screening for women with HIV-ORCI

Dr Twalib Ngoma, ORCI Executive Director Ocean Road Cancer Institute (ORCI) says lack of awareness has denied women living with HIV/Aids and cervical cancer chance to access medical and other support meant for them. Dr Twalib Ngoma, ORCI Executive Director, said this in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday during a half-day conference to discuss the [&hellip

Newcastle in talks with Wigan striker Kone

Newcastle in talks with Wigan striker Kone

Newcastle have held talks with Arouna Kone’s representatives with a view to signing the Wigan striker. Both the Magpies and Everton have met the release clause of around £6m in the 29-year-old’s contract. “They have both made the offer that could buy Arouna,” said Wigan chairman Dave Whelan. “We gave permission for Everton to speak [&hellip

Giggs & Neville join Man Utd coaching staff

Giggs & Neville join Man Utd coaching staff

Manchester United have named Ryan Giggs as player-coach and Phil Neville as their new first-team coach. Giggs, who will be 40 in November, and ex-United player Neville, 36, are the latest additions to new manager David Moyes’s backroom team at Old Trafford. “I’m delighted that Ryan has accepted the chance to become player-coach,” said Moyes. [&hellip

Imagination can alter what we see & hear

Imagination can alter what we see & hear

A new research from Karolinska Institute in Sweden has unveiled that our imagination can change our actual perception of what we hear and see. The study of 96 healthy participants revealed that what we imagine hearing can alter what we actually see, and what we imagine seeing can affect what we actually hear, according to [&hellip

Several explosions heard in Israel

Several explosions heard in Israel

Several loud explosions have been heard in the Israeli city of Eilat, near the Egyptian border, an Israeli police spokesman has said. “Explosions were heard. Search operations have been launched but we have been unable so far to determine the origin of the blasts, be it in Eilat or outside the town,” spokesman Micky Rosenfeld [&hellip

Indonesia quake death toll rises to 30

Indonesia quake death toll rises to 30

Apowerful earthquake that struck Indonesia’s Aceh province earlier this week has left at least 30 people dead. According to a Thursday statement by the National Disaster Management Agency, at least 275 people were also injured and over 4,300 houses and buildings were damaged. Rescuers have reportedly been searching for over a dozen of the missing. [&hellip