THE GUARDIAN

11Feb 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Between January and September 2015, the gold produced in the country was valued at US$899.4 million (1.97trn/-) while value of the diamonds was US$40.9 million (nearly 90bn/-). New figures from...

2016 CHAN winners.

11Feb 2016
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DR Congo’s victory over Mali is a slap on the face for those who have ceaselessly written about the negative impact of foreign players in our domestic league. A week hardly passes without a column...

Motor rally

11Feb 2016
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Aloo said the 163 kilometre rally will have three sections and drivers will repeat the track three times before a winner is determined. The event in Moshi will be the season’s opener and counts...

Kagera Sugar FC

11Feb 2016
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The team has accumulated 15 points to open a narrow but respectable two-point cushion off the relegation borderline. Coached by former Pan Africa and Taifa Stars midfielder Mohamed Rishard ‘Adolf...

Jerry Muro, Spokesperson of Young Africans

11Feb 2016
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The Guardian
The official said the rescheduling has been necessitated as a result of flight availability. The earlier flight that would have enabled the team players and officials to fly by yesterday would have...

Tanga town

11Feb 2016
Martha Majura
The Guardian
Tanga is probably the only city in the country, which, if you leave it for a decade, you will come back to find nothing new, apart from more crumbling, leaving desolate sights. Sometimes I am tempted...
11Feb 2016
Editor
The Guardian
Where numbers are concerned, this might sound an unacceptable if not impossible situation. In reality, though, that’s how things are not only in Tanzania but also across Africa and around...
11Feb 2016
Our Reporter
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The duo yesterday conducted cleaning at the hospital’s maternity ward floors, as part of their second day of their community service at the facility. According to the hospital’s Environmental...

Air Tanzania

11Feb 2016
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Mbarawa announced the suspension to journalists in Dar es Salaam yesterday, saying: “Kasubi has been suspended following the loss of more than 700m/-, which was taken under his control, knowing...

Drought: One of the impacts of climate change

11Feb 2016
Grace Kambaulaya
The Guardian
Climate implicates changes in temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, wind, rainfall, atmospheric particle counts and other meteorological elements in a given region over long periods....
11Feb 2016
Salima Hamisi
The Guardian
It’s not a surprise anymore when college couples break up just after that graduation ceremony and no wonder it’s a miracle to most college students when the opposite occurs to some collegesweethearts...

Abdallah Kibadeni

10Feb 2016
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The coach said Yanga won the match fairly and squarely following his team’s poor marking and not following instructions. He said when Yanga are on attack they always ambush with seven players...
10Feb 2016
Godwin Siundu
The Guardian
It demonstrated the centrality of orality in the region's poetic imagination, it confronted the issue of social, racial and gender identities in a society transiting into independence and into...
10Feb 2016
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Due to economic growth, the proportion of Tanzania's population living below the poverty line dropped to 33.3 per cent last year from 35.7 per cent in 2000/01, stated the 2007 survey, which was...

Mushroom

10Feb 2016
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian
Mushroom industry is very new in Tanzania, efforts to promote mushroom production was initiated by the ministry of agriculture since early 90s. Projects related with promotion of mushroom as...

Floods

10Feb 2016
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The government also issued ten tonnes of maize seeds and five tonnes of sorghum seeds to be planted in upland areas. “The food relief is for February and March and experience shows that during...

Chief Judge Othman Chande

10Feb 2016
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Justice Chande made the statement yesterday when speaking to journalists during which he outlined the Judiciary’s budget on the development of Tanzanian courts this year. For the first time since...

ZANZIBAR Chief Justice Omar Othman Makungu

10Feb 2016
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Makungu said that law practitioners were required to work in the interests of the people, noting that the law was meant to benefit the society. Chief Justice called on them to ensure the society...
10Feb 2016
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
According to EATUC chairperson Francis Atoll, the government was right to conduct a thorough vetting of foreigners wishing to work in Tanzania. “Tanzania should not be forced to let any kind of...
10Feb 2016
Kiondo Mshana
The Guardian
With that, I was effectively telling the world that I would remain a customer of The Guardian newspaper – in part as a loyal reader - for the rest of my life. I didn’t want to be given free copies...

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