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CSOs claim been locked out of polls
Dar es Salaam. Tanzania Human Rights Defenders Coalition (THRDC) national coordinator Onesmo Olengurumwa and Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF) former executive director Judith Odunga said yesterday that most CSOs have been locked out of the electoral process after t...
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Mastercard deal gives Airtel a global reach
Dar es Salaam. Airtel Tanzania has today November 11, announced a partnership with Mastercard, launching a virtual card that will enable Airtel Money customers to pay for services, goods, apps, hotel or travel, and digital content, through any online merchants globally that accep...
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Can ICC indict President Museveni ?
Several individuals and groups have in the past petitioned the International Criminal Court (ICC) over President Museveni and other officials in his government but the court has not acted.
Then why should anyone pay attention to a similar move that a number of politicians have an...
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EAC economies’ debt scare
Kampala. Burundi has joined a group of nine African countries at a high risk of debt distress, with Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania among top 50 countries in the world that are highly indebted to China, according to a US-based research firm, Brookings Institution.
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‘Maladies caused by tobacco alarming’
Dar es Salaam. Health experts from Tanzania’s two leading health institutions yesterday warned of pertinent cases of patients who report to the facilities with menacing diseases linked to tobacco consumption as they joined anti-tobacco campaigners who are calling on the governmen...
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