THE GUARDIAN

Memorial to migrants who died crossing, on U.S.-Mexico border fence, Tijuana. Photo/ Peter Costantini

10Jan 2018
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More recently, Mexican and Central American immigrants have been drawn northward by similarly voracious demand for their labor. Starting in the 1980s, a massive exodus of Mesoamericans swelled,...

Jonny Bairstow

10Jan 2018
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The series included several singular elements, including a farewell to Perth’s perpetually sunbaked WACA ground and the introduction of day-night cricket under lights at the Adelaide Oval....

Nyanciech Hiieu stirs a thin vegetable broth in a pot over the fire. Photo/IRIN

10Jan 2018
The Guardian
With South Sudan’s harvest season coming to an end and the dry season fast approaching, she is exhausted and hungry, taking longer rests in the shade of a nearby tree where she chews on a few...

Institute of Finance Management (IFM)

10Jan 2018
Crispin Gerald
The Guardian
According to council chairperson of the Dar es Salaam-based Institute of Finance Management (IFM), Prof Lettice Rutashobya the institute aims at helping to eliminate the numerous challenges that face...
10Jan 2018
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Still in trying to imitate a past period, it is inwardly aware what limitations it had faced and why a different order took its place, and also that the population, still innocent at an earlier...
10Jan 2018
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The awards honour established companies along with disruptive innovators who make the world a more prosperous, healthier, better-educated, sustainable and inclusive home for humankind. Drawing on six...

President John Magufuli engaged in hearty talks at State House in Dar es Salaam yesterday with former Prime Minister Edward Lowassa, who is now with the opposition Chadema. Photo: State House

10Jan 2018
The Guardian Reporter
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Lowassa, who stood as the main challenger of CCM candidate Magufuli in the October 2015 presidential campaign via the opposition Chadema (Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo), applauded the president...

FC Barcelona's new signing Philippe Coutinho during the presentation in Barcelona, Spain on Sunday. REUTERS

10Jan 2018
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Coutinho became the third most expensive player in football history when he signed a five-and-a-half year contract with Barca on Monday following a 160 million-euro ($192 million) deal between the...
10Jan 2018
Getrude Mbago
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While waiting for the time to return to their home countries, the refugees are keeping alive their dreams by engaging in small scale businesses. Speaking recently during a media mission visit at...

Arsene Wenger

10Jan 2018
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Sat next to the 68-year-old Wenger was Boro Primorac, his long-serving 63-year-old assistant who has been at the club since March 1997. Just behind Wenger was Pat Rice, his former No. 2, who retired...

Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries, Dr Maria Mashingo

10Jan 2018
The Guardian Reporter
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Dr Mashingo issued the directive  yesterday when she took part in the ongoing countrywide cattle branding exercise in Kabanga village, Kasulu District, Kigoma Region.Dr Mashingo is leading a...

Tanzania has one of the highest rates of child marriage in the world and - thousands of girls are expelled or drop out of school each year because of pregnancy — Photo credit: DFID

10Jan 2018
The Guardian Reporter
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The arrest of five pregnant schoolgirls in Tanzania has been condemned by human rights activists.The students and their parents were detained on the orders of a local government official. They were...
09Jan 2018
Angel Navuri
The Guardian
Working with the United Nations Children Fund (Unicef), the government of Zanzibar has come up with a $20 million five-year plan to address gender-based violence and child abuse, the latter being...
09Jan 2018
Angel Navuri
The Guardian
These are the Batoka Hydropower Plant, the Zambia-Tanzania-Kenya (ZTK) Power Interconnector, the Kinshasa-Brazzaville Road and Railway Bridge and the Central Corridor in the United Republic of...

Students learn with tablets in a school in South Africa. Photo/AMO

09Jan 2018
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As governments began to build schools and post teachers even to the farthest corners of the continent, with help from religious organizations and other partners, children began to fill the classrooms...

PROFESSOR Florens Luoga

09Jan 2018
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He said he would do so by working diligently in collaboration with the rest of the BoT team and as wide a range of stakeholders as practicable, adding: “We are not here to fail. We will work to...

A child living with albinism and his father in Dar es Salaam. Photo/Panos

09Jan 2018
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Swaray, who is living with albinism, beat 11 other finalists to win the 2007 edition of A Star is Born, the national talent hunt organised by the United Nations and the Liberian government. President...
09Jan 2018
The Guardian Reporter
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The rains, which started early in the morning left a trail of destruction to infrastructure such as roads, bridges and houses, while many shops remained closed throughout the day.A survey conducted...
09Jan 2018
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• The first National Financial Inclusion Framework yielded impressive results, with the percentage of adults with access to formal financial services increasing from 58 per cent in 2013 to 65 per cent in 2017
The ambitious goals are part of the strategic national agenda stipulated in the Second National Financial Inclusion Framework 2018-2022 (NFIF2) that was launched last month for implementation...

URA FC

09Jan 2018
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Striker Debosi Kalama notched the goal that separated the two sides to help URA make it to the last four's stage of the competition. Simba needed nothing short of a win in the yesterday game...

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