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13Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

WE received the New Year with global climate change news. Beijing air pollution became the headline on various international medias.

11Feb 2017
Ani Jozen
The Guardian
Commentary

FIFTH phase governance is going through uncharted waters in what is supposed to be a major step in the direction of winning the war against drugs, where Regional Commissioner Paul Makonda has put...

10Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

FOR anybody who thinks that the now degraded Boko Haram menace is Nigeria's most significant, present security challenge, this column reserves heartfelt sympathy for the indulgence of misreading...

08Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

EVERY February 2, the world commemorates World Wetlands Day following the adoption of the convention on wetlands on February 2, 1971.

08Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

LOOSING our identity a number of people have now resorted to seeking approval and advise from social media and Carol B. Atangaza writes how this, among other habits, is eroding our identity

07Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

WELCOME. It’s your first day behind the desk and you have an enormous job on your hands. Former President Yahya Jammeh has finally left the country after a tense stand-off; many of the people who...

06Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

A week in African politics is very long. A lot of things usually happen with outcomes habitually bordering on the extreme.

03Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

THE African Union summit ended this week with two major victories. First was the election of a new chairperson of the AU Assembly, President Alpha Conde of Guinea.

02Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

INTERNATIONAL NGOs offering abortion services will no longer receive US funding, sparking fears for women in developing countries. Now the Dutch government has called for a global fund to try to...

01Feb 2017
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

SOUTH Africa's Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma four-year term as chairperson of the African Union Commission is coming to an end. She will not be missed by many and leaves a profoundly divided AU behind...

01Feb 2017
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

LAST year, I ventured into commercial farming and invested a considerable amount of money which unfortunately I lost due to a prolonged drought.

01Feb 2017
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Ea Whispers

THERE are an estimated 437,500 street children in Tanzania. Many live on the street because of the violence and abuse they suffered at home. Many more face daily abuse on the streets from the...

31Jan 2017
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

DONNING a tired T-shirt that has since lost its original colour and shape - Kutosi, a five-year-old boy in Bunamwani village, Mbale District in Uganda wears a sweet, innocent face. He is one of...

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