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28May 2016
Karama Kenyunko
The Guardian

Former Senior Revenue Accountant of Kinondoni District in Dar es Salaam Lilian Chengula was...

28May 2016
Crispin Gerald
The Guardian

The Federal Republic of Germany is committed to disburse a total of Euro 47m for a programme to...

28May 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
The Guardian

Special Seats MP Martha Umbula (CCM) has asked the government to prioritise community schools in...

28May 2016
Karama Kenyunko
The Guardian

The Kisutu Resident Magistrate Court yesterday withdrew three counts including that of unlawful...

28May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

mramba

TANZANIA Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) has faulted Tanzania’s political and business elite...

28May 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
The Guardian

mulugo

MEMBERS of Parliament have urged the government to establish an independent regulatory body to...

28May 2016
Abela Msikula
The Guardian

Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa took a ride on an UDART commuter bus from Magogoni Ferry to Kimara in Dar es Salaam, yesterday, when inspecting operations of the Bus Rapid Trans (BRT) project operated by UDART. Standing on (L) is the UDART Chief Executive Officer, David Mgwasa and (2nd L with black cap) is Veteran Daladala Stakeholder, David Mwaibura.

IT is now official: Commuter buses, commonly known as daladalas, plying the Kivukoni-Posta-...

27May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

prof ndalichako

MINISTER for Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training, Prof Joyce Ndalichako, on...

27May 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
The Guardian

bashe

PARLIAMENTARY Committee on Social Services has challenged the government to improve the quality...

27May 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
The Guardian

prof maghembe

TALKS are underway between the governments and Germany on how the former can benefit from the...

27May 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
The Guardian

pareso

SPECIAL Seats MP, Cecilia Peresso (Chadema) has cast doubt on the questiobale cost of...

27May 2016
Karama Kenyunko
The Guardian

Investigations into the conspiracy to defraud and occasioning loss of 12.7bn/- to the government...

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