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Issue No. 0885
November 21 - 27, 2015

In the picture are the ICTR Principals, from right, Mr. Bongani Majola, the
Registrar; Justice Hassan Bubacar Jallow, the Prosecutor; and Judge
Vagn Joensen, the President laying a wreath at the Gisozi Genocide Memorial
Centre in Kigali. Others in the picture are the Centre’s Director Mr. Honore
Gitare (second left) and the ICTR Public Information Officer, Mr.Danford
Mpumilwa (left).




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Front Page 1

Tour guides, drivers plan festive season three-week strike
‘No demo, simply stay home cool, watch TV’

Tour guides, safari drivers and mountain porters have threatened to down their tools on the 24th of December this year, in a planned nationwide strike expected to last for three consecutive weeks.
That was among the resolutions  reached by  tour guides, porters and drivers who gathered in Arusha last weekend for one of their ordinary meetings held under the auspices of the Tanzania Tour Guides Association (TTGA) body..........Read more


Front Page 2

Bodaboda curse: youth abandon farming to ride motorbikes 
The wave of motorcycle taxis is becoming a disaster in Arumeru District where able -bodied youth, formerly involved in farming have abandoned  farming taking up boda-boda taxi driving with glee and relish.
That was revealed  by Mr Laban Boaz the coordinator for the annual Meru Farmers Fair when  introducing  this year’s edition  of farmers’ week scheduled to be held in Kikatiti section of Meru District from Thursday. .........Read more

Front Page 3

Hydro power technicians to train in Arusha hub
Tanzania, through the Arusha Technical College is setting up an advanced hydro-electric power center to serve as a training and research base for production of electricity.
ATC Rector engineer Richard Masika revealed in Arusha  that for many years the country has been sending its hydro power technicians to study in Zambia or overseas but as soon as the Arumeru-based facility opens, it will be trainees from  other countries who will be coming to study in Tanzania. ......Read more

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