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05Oct 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

Cameroonian soldiers are using “extreme physical violence” to force tens of thousands of refugees fleeing the Boko Haram insurgency to return to northeastern Nigeria, Human Rights Watch has warned...

05Oct 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

South Africa celebrated World Maritime Day, with the theme of “connecting ships, ports and people”.

05Oct 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

This is the second and final part of a Media Council of Tanzania (MCT) analysis of the Draft Electronic and Postal Communications (Online Content) Regulations published late last month, with...

04Oct 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

On September 26, 2017, the Ministry of Information, Culture, Art and Sport issued a press release giving stakeholders a two-day notice to meet in Dar es Salaam and present their oral or written...

03Oct 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

Undermanned, underfunded, underwhelming: African police forces struggle to contain regular crime, and they are even further out of their depth when it comes to tackling violent extremism.

03Oct 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

SINCE the turn of the century, much of Africa has achieved impressive economic growth. Sixteen African countries were among the world's top 30 fastest growing nations. Last year, the 10 fastest...

03Oct 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

THERE    is no escaping a simple fact: talking about sanitation is never going to be an appealing subject. Discussing the global shortage of toilets and the task of managing human waste doesn't...

03Oct 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

Sometimes the vials are filled with dirty water. Occasionally they contain saline and a tiny amount of antibiotic, so as not to infect the site of the vaccination and draw attention to its true...

24Sep 2017
Guardian On Sunday
Dynamic Realities

SEVERAL years ago while I was still a student, every time we closed school my holidays would be spent at my maternal grandma’s home. I used to enjoy the activities, even though they were quite...

10Sep 2017
Isaac Mwangi
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Whispers

Ever since the killing of Ugandan Chief Justice Benedicto Kiwanuka by the murderous regime of Idi Amin Dada in 1972, political leaders in East Africa have maintained an uneasy relationship with...

10Sep 2017
Anne Kiruku
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Wowen in Perspective

THE just-concluded Youth Consultation Forum organised by the East African Community Secretariat should be held more often if we are to bring the youth on board in the political processes in the...

10Sep 2017
Eliana Mwibari
Guardian On Sunday
Guest Column

CHANGE is the most evident reality in life. Whether a person likes it or not change, is inevitable. In other words, change will happen, with or without your noticing, and it is unavoidable to all...

04Sep 2017
Miki Tasseni
The Guardian
Commentary

A PANEL of business experts has lately come up with an image of how to figure out what happens in the country’s path toward industrialisation, which is both a realistic outlook on what has...

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