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Saturday, 07-04-15, 7:00Govt Gives Free Land to Coax Flood Victims From Disaster Zones[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dar es Salaam -The short video that Matilda Kasele plays on her phone shows water rushing into her house, submerging all her belongings. read more...
Friday, 07-03-15, 17:26IPI Welcomes Withdrawal of Media Bills in Tanzania[IPI] Facing criticism, government pledges further review read more...
Friday, 07-03-15, 8:54Rise in Ritual Killings Worry Bukoba Residents[Daily News] Bukoba -Kagera residents have raised concern over a recent wave of ritual killings, particularly in Bukoba municipality, Muleba and Bukoba Rural districts. read more...
Friday, 07-03-15, 5:00In Pursuit of Child Rights in Tanzania[Al Jazeera] "I was supposed to be the first one awake to get the children up and send them to school, and then take care of the household chores. And then I was the last one to bed at night." read more...
Thursday, 07-02-15, 9:31Death Sentences for Killers of Teen With Albinism[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dar es Salaam -Four men, including a witchdoctor, were sentenced to death by Tanzania's High Court on Wednesday after being found guilty of abducting, killing and dismembering a 17-year-old albino boy. read more...
Thursday, 07-02-15, 9:20Four Albino Killers Sentenced to Hang[Daily News] Mbeya -THE High Court Mbeya Division yesterday convicted and sentenced to death by hanging four people out of five who were charged with killing a person with albinism, one Henry Mwakajila (16,) in 2008 in Rungwe district, Mbeya region. read more...
Wednesday, 07-01-15, 14:54Children Rescued From Work in Gold Mines[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dar es Salaam -More than 12,000 children have been rescued in the past three years from gold mines in northern Tanzania, according to children's rights groups who fear thousands more youngsters are being forced to work in hazardous conditions for a pittance. read more...
Wednesday, 07-01-15, 14:54Thousands of Children Rescued From Dangerous Work in Gold Mines[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dar es Salaam -More than 12,000 children have been rescued in the past three years from gold mines in northern Tanzania, according to children's rights groups who fear thousands more youngsters are being forced to work in hazardous conditions for a pittance. read more...
Wednesday, 07-01-15, 11:00Mainland Premier League Raring to Go[Daily News] SINCE the end of the Mainland Premier League season, teams that have remained in the league have been extremely busy signing new players in readiness for the new season. read more...
Tuesday, 06-30-15, 13:06Arusha To Host 3rd African Grantmakers Network Assembly July 1-3, 2015[AWDF] Activist and humanitarian Graça Machel, Nobel laureate, Leymah Gbowee and HRH Sylvia Nagginda of Buganda will be among keynote speakers and presenters at this year's African Grantmakers Network (AGN) third General Assembly, which will take place in Arusha, Tanzania at the Arusha International Conference Centre, Arusha.The meeting will be held from July 1-3, 2015 under the theme: "Philanthropy in Africa 2015 - People, Policy and Practice." It will be hosted by the African Wome read more...

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