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26Jan 2019
The Guardian

A MASSIVE terrorist attack in Nairobi last week had all the three elements of urban terror operations, namely a car bomb to cause damage and...

25Jan 2019
The Guardian

THERE is no gainsaying on religious tolerance in Tanzania. The cohabitation of people of different religious backgrounds with each going about...

24Jan 2019
The Guardian

Horticulture has been defined as the culture of plants for food, comfort and beauty. A more precise definition can be given as the cultivation,...

23Jan 2019
Financial Times

TANZANIA recorded another bumper harvest in the 2017/18 season where 15.9 million tonnes of food was produced.

23Jan 2019
The Guardian

When African leaders converge again for their next Summit on the 30th January, this year, they will hopefully be appending their signature on...

22Jan 2019
The Guardian

FAIRNESS for human beings in issues of conservation is on the way, with an order by NGO-crusher President Dr John Magufuli to break one of the...

21Jan 2019
The Guardian

MINERALS deputy minister Stanslaus Nyongo in the past week faced a testy moment when visiting Tancoal Ltd, a partially state owned joint venture...

20Jan 2019
Guardian On Sunday

RATHER low key discussion is going on concerning a move to direct importers to use local insurance agencies to cover their imports, rather than...

19Jan 2019
The Guardian

TOP officials of the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development have over the past year or so occasionally reminded landlords to...

18Jan 2019
The Guardian

THE history of slavery spans many cultures, nationalities, and religions from ancient times to the present day. However the social, economic, and...

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