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03Feb 2016
The Guardian

WE are crying SOS for primary school pupils in Same District, Kilimanjaro Region who are reported to be gradually putting aside their pens and...

31Jan 2016
The Guardian

A SORT of bombshell has towards the end of the week hit the financial sector at the announcement of a directive by the Ministry of Finance for...

30Jan 2016
The Guardian

The Civic United Front ( CUF), the largest opposition party in Zanzibar politics, has said it loud and clear that it will not take part in the...

29Jan 2016
The Guardian

TEACHERS are the first set of people who give a child a sense of self or validation outside of the home. If they are successful at imparting their...

28Jan 2016
The Guardian

This week, we again witnessed another drama about the much debated Tegeta escrow account when lawyers representing Harbinder Singh Sethi, issued a...

27Jan 2016
The Guardian

Going by the global development trends Tanzania’s education sector needs serious rebirth if it is to be relied upon as a regenerative engine of...

26Jan 2016
The Guardian

When Member of Parliament Dr Pudensiana Kikwembe promised to feed all secondary school day scholars in her district should she be voted the...

25Jan 2016
The Guardian

HARDLY six months to the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, there is little evidence that Tanzania is making serious enough efforts to...

24Jan 2016
Guardian On Sunday

TOP officials at the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) told this newspaper on Friday that they are looking for close to 100bn shillings to finance...

23Jan 2016
The Guardian

For the past one month now various media outlets have been reporting on situations of extreme scarcity of food (famine) in some parts of Dodoma...

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