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President Elect John Magufuli Vows To Fight Against Corruption

The President-elect John Magufuli seems to be way very strict in dealing with corruptions in the new term. He said the corrupt officials under his administration may be sacked from jobs if they fail to change themselves towards better. Magufuli was certified victory on Friday by the National Elections Commission of Tanzania after being declared winner of the recent presidential ...

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Two Tons People Arrested For Post Election Violence

Mbeya – More than 190 people have been arrested after the election on suspicions of involvement in acts of violence and damaging properties of Rungwe and Mbozi District Council amid the vote counting. According to Ahmed Msangi, Mbeya Regional Police Commander (RPC), 158 people have been arrested in Rungwe district and 28 more in Mbozi district. He said when counting ...

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India-Africa Summit Wrapping Up With Emotional Ties Beyond Strategic Considerations

The third annual summit of Africa and India is wrapping up in Indian capital New Delhi witnessing more than 2,000 African delegates from more than 54 countries. The agenda of summit included helping the continent to combat with rising terrorist threats, environmental sustainability, health, food and economic trade too. In recent years the presence of India in Africa has been ...

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Ruling Party CCM Takes Early Lead

Dar es Salaam – The country wrapped up with peaceful election on Sunday to elect a new president and form a new parliament. It was the tightest race in the history of Tanzania. The counting is undergoing and the latest report reveals the ruling party is leading. The Chama Cha Mapinduzi has won 176 of 264 parliamentary seats, a trend ...

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Tanzania May Face Post-Election Violence: Analysts

Dar es Salaam – This Sunday Tanzania is undergoing presidential elections and the race is said to be the tightest ever for some 52 million people in the country. The outgoing President Jakaya Kikwete has urged the voters to execute their duty professionally peacefully and not to hesitate in dealing with troublemakers, which is expected by analysts. Kikwete has served ...

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Tanzania Voters Looking For Long-Term Future With Oct 25 Polls

The country is going poll on October 25 and ahead of it all the voters are getting prepared with a hope of long-term future. Business houses believe serious policy must win over the parochial politics. This is the toughest election in the history of independent Tanzania as disparate opposition has rallied behind a single candidate of Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM), ...

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Two Melbourne School Girls Rumored Linked To Tanzanian Males On Trip

Each year students from the prestigious girls school in Kew, east Melbourne, are taken to Tanzania trip to raise funds for poor students at St Judes in Arusha. This year two girls from Methodist Ladies’ College, MLC, are reported to have been disciplined after the Africa trip that took place last month. The school didn’t disclose the misdemeanour of the ...

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