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07Jan 2019
The Guardian

ONE habitual refrain often heard is that children and youths were once learning, making more effort than they now do, and that becomes a learning...

06Jan 2019
The Guardian

QUESTIONS are being asked as to the likelihood of cohesion in the East African Community (EAC) in the wake of tough positioning by Burundi leader...

05Jan 2019
The Guardian

POLITICAL stability in Africa is constantly under threat because changes that are seen as normal and democratic spell disaster to those in power...

04Jan 2019
The Guardian

MALARIA and various other vector-borne or communicable diseases are among the easiest to contain – or is it commonly argued, and not completely...

03Jan 2019
The Guardian

NEW efforts are being reported among senior Ugandan government officials mulling a broader use of Tanga port for handling goods destined to the...

02Jan 2019
The Guardian

THE untapped potential of women across the world in every walk of life is a priority that requires our urgent attention. The fact is, women still...

02Jan 2019
Financial Times

THE government nearly a fortnight ago signed an agreement with a joint venture of Egyptian companies for construction of the Rufiji hydropower dam...

01Jan 2019
The Guardian

While developed countries are pushing the technological frontier, developing countries are moving towards that frontier. Imitation allows for...

31Dec 2018
The Guardian

TANZANIA Football Federation president Wallace Karia last week appealed to soccer fans in Morogoro Region to invest in the sport and help their...

30Dec 2018
Guardian On Sunday

REPORTS filtering from the oil and gas subsector appear to be painting a realistic picture as to the realization of the Tanzania-Uganda oil...

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