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29May 2017
The Guardian

As reported elsewhere in this newspaper, Tanzania faces an ecological time bomb due to the ongoing massive deforestation taking parts across the...

29May 2017
The Guardian

TANZANIA has, once again, secured an opportunity to prove its worth in international athletics competitions as the country is set to take part in...

28May 2017
Guardian On Sunday

PARLIMENTARIANS this week took to task Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism Prof. Jummane Maghembe on misdeeds against various communities...

27May 2017
Guardian On Sunday

NATURAL Resources and Tourism Minister Prof. Jumanne Maghembe has lately been assuring the public that the charcoal trade has not been banned,...

27May 2017
The Guardian

A MINOR tremor hit the cabinet of ministers this with the sacking of Minerals and Energy minister Prof Sospeter Muhongo even as the ruling Chama...

26May 2017
The Guardian

ECONOMIC growth should be made more inclusive and the private sector should be allowed to take centre-stage for Tanzania to realise its 2025...

26May 2017
The Guardian

ACCORDING to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) as many as 3,000 Tanzanian women develop obstetric fistula each year, a condition that...

25May 2017
The Guardian

  TRAVEL trade experts and players in the industry have called for concerted efforts to enhance the competitiveness of the industry in sub-Saharan...

25May 2017
The Guardian

EARLIER this year, the World Bank cut its growth outlook for sub-Saharan Africa as a result of insufficient policy responses to the commodity...

23May 2017
The Guardian

EVERY year, on 31 May, WHO and partners mark World No Tobacco Day (WNTD), highlighting the health and additional risks associated with tobacco use...

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