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06Feb 2019
The Guardian

Since 2008, the share of manufacturing in GDP across Africa has stagnated at around 10 per cent, calling into question if African economies have...

05Feb 2019
The Guardian

France is aiming to tackle climate change in Africa—and it wants China to help.Last year, China was the biggest producer of greenhouse gas, with...

04Feb 2019
The Guardian

WITH the National Electoral Commission (NEC) now in the process of updating the voter register by instituting impeccable or entirely reliable...

02Feb 2019
The Guardian

International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation is a United Nations-sponsored annual awareness day that takes place on February...

01Feb 2019
The Guardian

It is often mistakenly believed that charitable organisations and their volunteer activities are unimportant and of little consequence to a...

31Jan 2019
The Guardian

Entrepreneurship is the process of designing, launching and running a new business, which is often initially a small business. The people who...

30Jan 2019
The Guardian

EFFORTS have been well undergoing in Tanzania to make the content and the organization of education more relevant to the diversified needs of...

29Jan 2019
The Guardian

International Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 27 which this year was on Sunday is one of those United Nations Days that are profoundly...

28Jan 2019
The Guardian

TANZANIAN leading clubs have lately experienced mixed fortunes in the African Champions League and in the regional SpotPesa tournament, the latter...

27Jan 2019
Guardian On Sunday

NEW projections have been published on Tanzania's economic growth prospects, where a leading observation is World Bank projection that the country...

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