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NECTA nullifies results for 333 students, withhold 286 others

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 29 -- The National Examination Council of Tanzania (Necta) has nullified national examination results of 333 students who were found to have cheated on their 2022 ordinary certific... Read More


Form Four 2022 results

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 29 -- The National Examination Council of Tanzania (Necta) has today January 29, 2023 released the results of the ordinary certificate of secondary education exams (CSEE) 2022. Th... Read More


SBL maintains its support to Waitara Golf Tournament in 2023

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 29 -- About 130 top golfers from across the country are set to battle for supremacy in this years Waitara Golf Tournament, thanks to the continued support from Serengeti Breweries ... Read More


EU Ambassadors thumbs up Mwauwasa projects

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 29 -- AMBASSADOR for European (EU) countries last week had a trip to Mwanza, visiting various projects including the on-going Butimba Water Treatment Plant (WTP). At the site, the... Read More


Integrating biodiversity conservation and importance of corridors

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 29 -- INTEGRATING biodiversity conservation and climate change adaptation into development programming is important because healthy ecosystems underpin human well-being and economi... Read More


ASFC: Azam, KMC,Mbeya City, Singida advance

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 29 -- KMC needed a late win to book their place in the 16th round of the Azam Sports Federation Cup after their 1-0 win over Mwanzas Copco. Burundian Nzigamasabo Steve scored the ... Read More


PM: Sport rejuvenates Parliamentarians

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 29 -- IT was a beehive of sports marathon at Merlin School ground in Dodoma where all systems of Tanzanias Parliament were fully engaged. Brightened by hotly contested showdown, m... Read More


Simba go to the polls today

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 29 -- ALL is set as Simba go to polls to elect a new Chairman and five Board of Directors members in the Extraordinary General Meeting at Julius Nyerere International Convention Ce... Read More


Royal Tour Film continues to attract tourists

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 29 -- TANZANIA has continued to reap big from Royal Tour premiering after a group of tourists aboard Rovos Rail, the most luxurious tourist train, arrived yesterday in the country ... Read More


Mwinyi calls for rigorous fight against heart diseases

Dar es Salaam, Jan. 29 -- PRESIDENT Hussein Mwinyi has called for concerted efforts to control the increasing cases of cardiovascular diseases in the country. According to the World Health Organisati... Read More