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Cervical cancer: striking women down at the peak of their lives | Sarah Boseley

Sub-Saharan African countries are queueing up to be considered for HPV vaccines and pilot screening schemes Zena Mwamjengwa is a 40-year-old widow with four children, but she is totally alone in Dar es Salaam, more than 1,000km (620 miles) north of her home in Mbeya. She sold a mattress to ...
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Sports News

TANZANIA: KIDNAP OF AFRICA’S YOUNGEST BILLIONAIRE – MANHUNT, ARRESTS, #BRINGBACKMO

DAR ES SALAAM-- Tanzania police say they are continuing an active manhunt for persons who ...

Cooperation, Collaboration between Countries Crucial in Combating International Terrorism, Sixth Committee Speakers Stress, Hailing ‘Code of Conduct’

As the Sixth Committee (Legal) continued its consideration of international terrorism today, speakers emphasized the ...

Cooperation, Collaboration between Countries Crucial in Combating International Terrorism, Sixth Committee Speakers Stress, Hailing ‘Code of Conduct’

As the Sixth Committee (Legal) continued its consideration of international terrorism today, speakers emphasized the ...

Arts and Culture News

Climb for Albinism: 6 Women Challenge Stereotypes on Africa’s Highest Peak

Six African women with albinism, a condition that affects the pigmentation of the skin, hair ...

MOHAMMED DEWJI: AFRICA’S ‘YOUNGEST BILLIONAIRE’ ABDUCTED IN TANZANIA

DAR ES SALAAM-- The man said to be Africa's youngest billionaire has been kidnapped by ...

MOHAMMED DEWJI: AFRICA’S ‘YOUNGEST BILLIONAIRE’ ABDUCTED IN TANZANIA

DAR ES SALAAM-- The man said to be Africa's youngest billionaire has been kidnapped by ...

Politics

SOUTH AFRICA: PRES RAMAPHOSA ORDERS INQUIRY AT $142B STATE PENSION FUND

PRETORIA-- South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa appointed a judicial inquiry into the 2 trillion rand ...

WORLD BANK COULD SUSPEND FUNDING TO TANZANIA OVER NEW STATISTICS LAW

DAR ES SALAAM-- The World Bank may suspend funding to Tanzania after expressing concerns about ...

WORLD BANK COULD SUSPEND FUNDING TO TANZANIA OVER NEW STATISTICS LAW

DAR ES SALAAM-- The World Bank may suspend funding to Tanzania after expressing concerns about ...