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11May 2017
The Guardian

TANZANIA is estimated to have over 80,000 traditional healers with varying specialties. The majority of them are herbalists using mainly plants...

10May 2017
The Guardian

THE World Bank Group has committed to supporting the growth of Africa’s digital economy with the launch of XL Africa, a business acceleration...

09May 2017
The Guardian

EAST Africa tax experts have raised concerns over increasing cases of tax evasion and fraud by some tax payers in the region, which is crippling...

08May 2017
The Guardian

FOUNDED in 1982, International Dance Day seeks to promote the art of dance around the world. The founding body, the International Dance Committee...

07May 2017
Guardian On Sunday

PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has hit headlines with an investment of Sh20 million in the Vodacom (T) PLC initial public offer (IPO) named as...

06May 2017
The Guardian

DISCUSSION was afoot among stakeholders this week as a major report on global tourism sector competition as to what can be done to make the...

05May 2017
The Guardian

AGRICULTURE is the mainstay of the Tanzania’s economy and plays a crucial role in creating employment opportunities for about 80 per cent of the...

04May 2017
The Guardian

RESEARCHERS at the Morogoro based Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) are developing quality assurance standards for Tanzanian-made organic...

03May 2017
The Guardian

WORLD Red Cross Day means 8th of May is celebrated every year as the birthday anniversary of founder of the Red Cross. Henry Dunant was the...

01May 2017
The Guardian

TANZANIAN workers today join their counterparts worldwide in celebrating May Day, Labour Day or International Workers' Day. Workers have been...

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