Author: Mkufi Dindai (Mkufi Dindai)

The govt finally decides the fate of Ngorongoro dispute
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The govt finally decides the fate of Ngorongoro dispute

As the fate of the Maasai’s living in Ngorongoro remains undecided, the government has vowed to compensate those who will voluntarily leave the park.   The Prime Minister, Hon Kassim Majaliwa, made those remarks on Friday 18, 2022, at the Parliament in Dodoma. Last week the Ngorongoro issue had stirred an intense debate in the parliament...

Ten movies to watch before turning 30
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Ten movies to watch before turning 30

The age between 20 to 30 is called the quarter-life crisis. That phase in our life is characterised by uncertainty, questioning, and intense soul searching. People undergo those weird feelings because they feel trapped, uninspired, and disillusioned. Everyone has their image about the life they wish to have when they turn thirty. For most,  they...

Dialysis go cheaper in Tanzania, the government announces 
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Dialysis go cheaper in Tanzania, the government announces 

In the bid to bring about relief to the citizens on the expenses of hemodialysis treatments in Tanzania, the government, through its chief spokesperson, Mr Gerson Msigwa, said the Medical Store Department has entered a contract with suppliers and manufacturers of hemodialysis equipment.  Mr Msigwa said the manufacturer agreed to sell a single set of...

CCM MPs divided over the Ngorongoro saga
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CCM MPs divided over the Ngorongoro saga

As the debate about relocating the Maasai who have lived on the valleys of the mighty Ngorongoro for over five decades ago continues, the saga has been getting more controversial as days kick ahead. After an intense debate over an issue at the Parliament in the country’s capital, Dodoma, the saga ended dividing the MP’s...

Ndugai’s wife breaks the silence over her husband’s whereabout.
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Ndugai’s wife breaks the silence over her husband’s whereabout.

The former speaker, Job Ndugai has disappeared from the public scene since he tendered his resignation on 6th January 2022 after his controversial remarks over the country’s debt that subsequently ended with a bare-knuckled brawl with President Samia.  Ndugai’s absence from the public eye has sparked a lot of questions. Unprecedently, he hasn’t been spotted...

Opinion: Will evicting the Maasai preserve or destroy Ngorongoro? 
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Opinion: Will evicting the Maasai preserve or destroy Ngorongoro? 

The eviction of Maasai from their ‘ancestral land’, as referred by many, has sparked an intense debate amongst Tanzanians and decried by many international human rights and environmental organizations.  A big part of this debate is across social media platforms, particularly on Twitter, with others initiating online petitions to denounce the eviction of the indigenous...

Seven (7) reasons why sex is important to your health
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Seven (7) reasons why sex is important to your health

  1. Helps Keep Your Immune System Humming “Sexually active people take fewer sick days,” says Yvonne K. Fulbright, PhD a sexual health expert. People who have sex have higher levels of what defends your body against germs, viruses, and other intruders. Researchers at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania found that college students who had sex...

We know arsonists of Karume Market – Makala reveals
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We know arsonists of Karume Market – Makala reveals

Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner Hon. Amos Makalla said that his office obtains vital information about the people responsible for burning down the Karume Market. Mr. Makalla made those remarks while presenting the committee’s report formed to probe the cause of the fire on 16 January 2022. RC Makalla said the fire that razed the...

Breaking: Burkina Faso President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré Kidnapped
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Breaking: Burkina Faso President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré Kidnapped

News had broken out in Burkina Faso’s that mutinying soldiers have detained President Roch Marc Christian Kabore. The report for his confined broke out on Monday, a day after soldiers at several army barracks staged mutinies, causing fears of a coup in the conflict-hit country.  One day ago, on Sunday, heavy gunfire was heard near...

Tanzania – Burundi seals a $900 Million Railway Deal.
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Tanzania – Burundi seals a $900 Million Railway Deal.

In a move to strengthen relations between the two East African Countries, Tanzania and Burundi have made significant strides into signing an agreement to construct a $900 million railway that will connect the two countries. The two have already signed a memorandum of understanding to construct a 282-Kilometer (175-mile) line from Kigoma in Uvinza to...