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18Jan 2019
The Guardian

Bismarck Rocks are a geological balancing rock formation, probably left by eons of wind and wave erosion. The Bismarck rock is a precariously...

17Jan 2019
The Guardian

Conflicts in Africa have over the years led to loss of lives, displacement of persons and misery in many parts of the continent. The need to...

16Jan 2019
Financial Times

TRENDS at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) in mid-2018 and up to the end of the year were not good, and some analysts are beginning to worry...

15Jan 2019
The Guardian

THERE are an estimated 370 million indigenous people in the world, living across 90 countries. They make up less than 5 per cent of the world's...

14Jan 2019
The Guardian

TANZANIA’S representatives in the CAF Champions League tournament, Simba SC, roared convincingly before the home crowd as they trounced Algerian...

13Jan 2019
Guardian On Sunday

TECHNOLOGICAL development is leading to a Frankenstein world faster than anyone anticipated perhaps 10 years ago, if not 20 years hence, as...

12Jan 2019
The Guardian

COMPLAINTS are being heard from the hospitality subsector that some members of the Hoteliers Association of Tanzania (HAT) have found themselves...

11Jan 2019
The Guardian

AFTER an opinion survey in Russia in the past two months brought about a rather familiar result that Tanzania is either the leading or one of the...

10Jan 2019
The Guardian

THINGS are worsening in the manner in which the national power company, TANESCO, is handling its customers and the larger public with respect to...

09Jan 2019
The Guardian

TANZANIA’S tourist attractions, notably national parks and game reserves but also including traditional cultural sites, have for long won many a...

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