2 November 2013

Tanzania: Street Talk - Gem Fair Was an Eye Opener

Off Topic:How I Came to Know the Meaning of the Word 'Smuggling'

Meditation:Awareness Is the Light of God

Verses: Though So Gloomy, Yet So Reassuring

Events in Pictures


Dr Sezibera suggests President Kenyatta's trial shifts to Arusha

The Secretary General for the East African Community, Dr Richard Sezibera is on view that, instead of having the Kenyan Head of State, Uhuru Kenyatta tried in the Hague, his case should be shifted to the Arusha-based, East African Court of Justice. .....Read more


Harvest thanksgiving at the Holy Family Catholic Church, Njiro on Sunday 3rd November

The English Mass of the Holy Family Catholic Parish, Njiro, will be organizing its annual Harvest Thanksgiving this Sunday, November 3..Read more


Is 'coalition of the willing' a good thing, or the beginning of the end for EAC?

(EANA) -The presidents of Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda met in Kigali recently in what has now come to be known as "the coalition of the willing". They have roped in President SalvaKiir of South Sudan. .Read more


Arusha hosts world class gem processing plant

Tanzania's first ever state-of-the-art gem cutting and polishing plant has been commissioned in Arusha on Tuesday, marking the beginning of the long journey to uplift the northern city into an Africa's gemstone hub. Read more


Key Issues on Purchase and Sale Agreement

A Purchase and Sale (P&S) agreement is the document received after mutual acceptance.

Mutual Acceptance on an offer, which states the final sale price and all terms of the purchase. The specific items in this contract vary by state, ...Read more



A rising concern

Drug abuse has become a national concern in Arusha and the rest of Tanzania. Newspaper reports indicate drug abuse among youths. It is feared that in some primary and secondary schools in the country, up to 5% of the youth are said to have used drugs. The increase in the number of cases on addiction has compelled me to write on this topic. Drug addiction among the youth in Tanzania is visible in almost every part of the country. Read more


Using Your Whole Brain

Many benefits accrue to people who will strive to utilize their brain capacities to the optimal. As you age using your whole brain will also help you to revive certain mental abilities before they slow down. In fact, a whole school of thought revolving around brain fitness should help in explaining the reasoning behind using your whole brain to achieve new level of success.Read more


Church history in the making

Not only European and World Wars started in Germany. Also epoch-making events are traceable to Teutonic humor. The first Holy Roman Emperor emanated from German territory. The Reformation that changed the landscape of Christianity arose out of German dissatisfaction with the status quo. Martin Luther was convinced that there were abuses in the Church and he did something about it. Read more


Delectable food at The Arusha hotel

The Arusha Hotel is one of the oldest hotels (since the year 1894) in the Arusha city's CBD. Recently I had the privilege of trying their dishes, one more time. Thanks to an invitation from the Tanzania Association of Cultural Tourism Organizers (TACTO) meeting held at the hotel. Read more

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