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Issue No. 0874
September 5-11, 2015


Alliance for Change and Transparency (ACT) Parliamentary candidate for Arusha Urban seat, Estomih Malla addressing a rally at Mbauda, Arusha last week. Mr. Malla is vying for the seat against Chadema’s Godbless Lema and CCM’s Philemon Mollel
. (Photo by Filbert Rweyemamu).

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Front Page 1

Man beheaded in hotel room
Police holding a suspect in connection with the murder.

Police in Arusha are investigating  a grisly murder of  a man  in the night of August 30/31 which left the victim without   head, his private parts , breast and  hands.
 Unknown assailant (s)  beheaded the  person  estimated to  be about 20 years old in a hotel room   downtown  near  the mini bus station. Police told The Arusha Times on Wednesday that a suspect has  been arrested. ........Read more

 

Front Page 2


Villagers want access to ‘half-mile-strip’
Villagers living on the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro have complained that they were being denied access to a forest that separates their homes and the Kilimanjaro National Park (Kinapa).
They said since the annexation of the government forest reserve surrounding Mt. Kilimanjaro to the national park authorities, they had been refused to collect firewood, water and graze their livestock in the area commonly known as half-mile strip. ........Read more

Front Page 3


Boom to culture and creative industries
It is now windfall for local artists in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi following the endorsement of the East African Community’s Culture and Creative Industries Bill 2015.
A statement from Mr Richard Owora Othieno at the EAC Secretariat in Arusha reveals that the Bill sailed through the 3rd Reading after intense debate on the floor at the ongoing East African Legislative Assembly sessions. ...Read more


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