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23Oct 2019
The Guardian

CONTENTIONS between the government and the Canadian mining firm, Barrick Gold Corporation appear to be coming to a close with the formation of a...

22Oct 2019
The Guardian

ANOTHER hefty energy boost is on the cards following a directive by President John Magufuli to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism to...

21Oct 2019
The Guardian

TANZANIA has qualified for the finals of the African Nations Cup for hone based players (CHAN) after beating Sudan 2-1 in an away match to seal a...

19Oct 2019
The Guardian

IS every problem being faced by people in the rural areas arising from climate change? One might be pardoned for thinking that this is the...

18Oct 2019
The Guardian

THERE is an expression in literature that reality is stranger than fiction – that if one imagines the most bizarre of scenes and puts them down in...

17Oct 2019
The Guardian

The policy community and the media seem so set in their respective performances that it seems they can say in advance what the other has said with...

16Oct 2019
The Guardian

CONCERNS about the condition of wildlife conservation are always plentiful in the West, with activist organizations closely following what is...

15Oct 2019
The Guardian

ALARM has been raised that healthcare resources in the country are being strained as the number of patients suffering from lifestyle diseases, and...

14Oct 2019
The Guardian

ONE major difference between modernity and tradition in life is that modernity is organized around rules that ought to be followed, while in...

12Oct 2019
The Guardian

This year the Africa Health Agenda International Conference (AHAIC) was hosted by African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF) and World Health...

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