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26Apr 2017
The Guardian

IN Tanzania, forty-four per cent of all children are stunted according to numbers released by the World Bank.

25Apr 2017
The Guardian

THE Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT) has said it is preparing to take Tanzania’s subsistence agriculture to a higher...

23Apr 2017
Guardian On Sunday

A PUZZLE is unraveling in the country’s economic scene where a series of measures which stalwarts of good governance have always held as necessary...

22Apr 2017
The Guardian

IN the recent past, the nation has mourned the tragic loss of eight policemen who were shot dead by assailants whose identity is yet to be...

21Apr 2017
The Guardian

THE adoption of contract farming in the country has begun paying dividends with the cotton sector being among beneficiaries of the practice, which...

20Apr 2017
The Guardian

THE local banking sector is safe and sound. And going by the number of players in the industry, it is supposed to be very competitive giving...

19Apr 2017
The Guardian

REPRESENTATIVES from across Eastern Africa met recently to discuss implementation of the Zanzibar Declaration on illegal trade in timber and other...

16Apr 2017
Guardian On Sunday

VOICES are being raised from specific quarters among leading stakeholders in education, that fee-free education (they prefer the term over free...

14Apr 2017
The Guardian

THE first railway lines in Tanganyika, known at the time as German East Africa, were built soon after the first tramway in Zanzibar.

12Apr 2017
The Guardian

IN October last year, Tanzania and Morocco signed more than 20 agreements in sectors ranging from economy to science and technology aimed at...

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