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12Dec 2017
The Guardian

SOMETIME in late February 2012 The Guardian published diametrically opposed views by Tanzanian politicians, one a district commissioner and the...

12Dec 2017
The Guardian

PROCEEDINGS in the National Assembly’s 2012/2013 Budget sessions in Dodoma were punctuated by a report confirming what had been rumoured for long...

11Dec 2017
The Guardian

TANZANIA’s preparations for the 2019 U-17 African Cup of Nations finals have gained momentum as the country’s U-17soccer team, Serengeti Boys,...

11Dec 2017
The Guardian

THERE is something called fish stocking. It is the practice of raising fish in hatcheries and releasing them into rivers, lakes, or the ocean to...

10Dec 2017
Guardian On Sunday

TRUTH is a much-vaunted term, and hardly anyone wants all of it in life. Despite that in the final analysis it is the only thing which really...

09Dec 2017
The Guardian

MIXED reactions have been registered in relation to measures taken recently by Tanzania to curb the free movement of cattle and, in one instance,...

09Dec 2017
The Guardian

UNITED States foreign policy on Africa is beginning to shape up in the wake of a meeting between US Secretary of State and 37 African foreign...

08Dec 2017
The Guardian

HUMAN Rights Day is marked every December 10 across the world. The date was chosen to honour the United Nations General Assembly’s adoption and...

08Dec 2017
The Guardian

AT the launch of a website meant to investigate, compile, document and relay the concerns of orphans, an event held in Dar es Salaam a little over...

07Dec 2017
The Guardian

NOT many people are likely to have been aware that November 20 was Africa’s Industrialisation Day, an observation marked by the African Union...

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