26Feb 2016
The Guardian

Dar es Salaam is Tanzania's most populous city in the country with more than 4.5 million people with annual growth of 4.9 per cent. The expansion...

24Feb 2016
The Guardian

Sunday (FEB 21) was the World Mother Tongue day and various events were held worldwide to honour and advocate the use of mother tongues, not so in...

23Feb 2016
The Guardian

THE government has finally come up with a plan which, if properly implemented, could well end the intermittent deadly clashes between farmers and...

22Feb 2016
The Guardian

CONGRATULATIONS are due to the prime minister, Majaliwa Kassim Majaliwa, for issuing an urgent order for the restoration of an electronic...

21Feb 2016
Guardian On Sunday

It is now becoming normal behavior or trend in our country to read in newspapers, social media or hear from electronic media that a certain Member...

20Feb 2016
The Guardian

The Tanzania Revenue Avenue late last week issued a directive to all oil dealers to install Electronic Fiscal Devices (EFDs) at all fuel stations...

19Feb 2016
The Guardian

Medical malpractice is an instance of negligence or incompetence on the part of a professional healthcare practitioner.

18Feb 2016
The Guardian

There is a growing call for the government of the day to revive one of the core pillars of its agricultural sector policy – the cooperative unions...

17Feb 2016
The Guardian

UGANDANS are going to the polls tomorrow and already the country has faced election related clashes two days ago.

16Feb 2016
The Guardian

INDICATIONS that our public sector seldom works properly unless there is a presidential or other executive order are cause for grave concern and...