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26Oct 2017
The Guardian

MOVES are already afoot in the government of Sudan (otherwise called North Sudan by officials of the Secretariat of the East African Community) to...

25Oct 2017
The Guardian

THERE are no methodologically rigorous studies of the incidence of stroke in sub-Saharan Africa. However, there is reliable data on the incidence...

24Oct 2017
The Guardian

IN 1972, the United Nations General Assembly decided to institute a World Development Information Day coinciding with United Nations Day on...

23Oct 2017
The Guardian

THE government recently challenged entrepreneurs to invest more in the food value addition industry, stressing that only processed food products...

23Oct 2017
The Guardian

TAIFA Stars head coach  Salum Mayanga has told soccer pundits, stakeholders and fans generally that the national soccer side is under...

22Oct 2017
The Guardian

ALARM is being raised by environmental watchers in the United States, on plans by Kenyan authorities to build a dam upstream of the Mara River...

21Oct 2017
The Guardian

TOURISM has had more than its fair share of the good and the bad news in the past few years, and the litany of woes continues, as the vital sector...

20Oct 2017
The Guardian

ABOUT a year after East Africa's worst drought in six decades peaked, a survey of more than 700 smallholder farmers across four regional countries...

20Oct 2017
The Guardian

 THE United Nations, as an organisation, is well known to just about everyone around the world.

19Oct 2017
The Guardian

INCOMING Minister of State in the President’s Office (Public Service and Good Governance) George Mkuchika is on record as stating that the...

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