Bunge la Tanzania linafuta matokeo ya mtihani wa kidato cha 4i
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    May 08, 2013 6:35 PM
    wabunge wa Tanzania wameamrisha mtihani wa kitado cha nne mwaka 2012 na kufanyika upya kufuatia matokeo mabaya.

    Bunge la Tanzania linafuta matokeo ya mtihani wa kidato cha 4

    Published May 08, 2013

    wabunge wa Tanzania wameamrisha mtihani wa kitado cha nne mwaka 2012 na kufanyika upya kufuatia matokeo mabaya.


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