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The French Ambassador to Tanzania, Frédéric Clavier (C), briefs journalists in Dar es Salaam yesterday on the National Ecological Organic Agriculture Conference set to be held in Dodoma on November 26 and 27. He is flanked by the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation Representative in Tanzania, Fred Kafeero (L), and French Embassy counsellor Cécile Frobert. Photo: John Badi

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The Guardian

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The Guardian

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The Guardian

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The Guardian

THE National Identification Authority (NIDA) has defended its decision to omit traditional...

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The Guardian

Zanzibar has with immediate effect banned all children’s homes from receiving children after a...

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