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05Jan 2018
The Guardian

PLANS have always been afoot in the Ministry of Energy (and Minerals) about the use of coal deposits in the Southern Highlands, which occur along...

04Jan 2018
The Guardian

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

03Jan 2018
The Guardian

A KEY event among leaders of the African Union as the past year was inching to its end was an inaugural meeting of the Malabo-Montpellier Forum,...

02Jan 2018
The Guardian

THERE is an expression in Kiswahili that one is a guest for two days, and the third he is given a hoe to go farming with the rest of the family...

02Jan 2018
The Guardian

"INVESTING in women's economic empowerment sets a direct path towards gender equality, poverty eradication and inclusive economic growth. Women...

01Jan 2018
The Guardian

CALLS are being issued by unions of fishermen in Mwanza Region that the breadth of Lake Victoria be placed under a single regime when it comes to...

01Jan 2018
The Guardian

AN additional spate of bad news was in athletics rounds recently as it was confirmed that the country's disabled athletics team has been ruled out...

31Dec 2017
Guardian On Sunday

MOVES are being implemented to register all remaining Burundi refugees who arrived in the country in the wave of the 1972 dislocations arising...

30Dec 2017
The Guardian

AT a time when controversies stalk African countries in view of changing realities in Middle East politics, opportunities of a kind may open up...

30Dec 2017
The Guardian

CHANGES are being felt in the way the country conducts insurance business and especially its often externalized aspect, reinsurance, as moves are...

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