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20Mar 2016
Isaac Mwangi
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Whispers

IF all works out according to nature’s cycle, the skies could open up in a matter of days and usher in a season of the long rains in East Africa.

18Mar 2016
Richard Mngazija
The Guardian
Missing Link

MOST days I walk past the statue of the Little Askari on the Samora Avenue roundabout and I don’t give the bronze soldier a second thought.

17Mar 2016
Assumpta Nalitolela
The Guardian
Back to principles and standards

A few days ago, the media had it that some mobile phone companies had been fined for reasons that were not that clear but the surface reason was that customers were complaining of being robbed...

17Mar 2016
Patience Mutabirwa
The Guardian
Pictorial & Analysis

In one of the previous articles in this column titled ”why government should amend procurement law”;It was recommended to abolish procurement of used railway machinery, ship or aircraft under...

13Mar 2016
Emmanuel Ntabaye
Guardian On Sunday
Commentary

FOLLOWING his appointment by President Jakaya Kikwete in 2008 as Minister for Livestock Development and Fisheries (waziri wa mboga), John Pombe Magufuli was from day one determined to put an end...

13Mar 2016
Glory Blasio Emmanuel
Guardian On Sunday
Commentary

HUMAN capital development through education has been at the heart of most developing countries since independence. Education is deliberately placed at the epicenter due to its ability to enhance...

13Mar 2016
Anne Kiruku
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Wowen in Perspective

There’s a new kid on the block in the East African Community; the admission of South Sudan is an indication of the growing influence of the region and its bargaining power vis-a-vis other trading...

13Mar 2016
Nkwazi Mhango
Guardian On Sunday
Humour

President Joni Makufuli was recently quoted as saying that this hunk, ruled by termites and hyenas for over 30 years, has been turned into shamba la bibi with monkeys freely doing business....

12Mar 2016
Simplice Asongu
The Guardian
Commentary

When it comes to relations with China – and development strategies more generally – there are two opposing camps in Africa.

10Mar 2016
Patience Mutabirwa
The Guardian
Pictorial & Analysis

In order to adhere to the procurement principle of equality and fairness,there should bea specific tender processing time allocated to all bidders, among other criteria.

08Mar 2016
Ambassador Juma v Mwapachu
The Guardian
Commentary

Last week, the Presidents of the EAC Partner States met in Arusha for the 17th Ordinary Summit.

06Mar 2016
Mboneko Munyaga
Guardian On Sunday
Justice Africa

The January 2016 African Union (AU) summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, appointed retired Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete the Special Envoy to Libya in hopes to restore peace and stability in the...

06Mar 2016
Nkwazi Mhango
Guardian On Sunday
Humour

As any boozer, I didn’t expect Jan Makamba’s accusations against Jake Kiquette. I didn’t expect this given that the accuser is one of the beneficiaries of the crime of which he’s been accusing...

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