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22Jan 2016
The Guardian

IMPACTS of climate change in Tanzania are already evidenced in several geographic areas for key sectors over a period of the last decade.

19Jan 2016
The Guardian

Tanzanian businesses, government agencies as well as social organisations seem either ignorant of the value of workplace wellness programmes and...

19Jan 2016
Nipashe

TAHADHARI ya kunyesha kwa mvua kubwa katika mikoa kadhaa nchini kuanzia mwezi huu imetolewa na Mamlaka ya Hali ya Hewa nchini (TMA).

18Jan 2016
The Guardian

WITH the Mapinduzi Cup soccer tournament having been staged for ten back-to-back years, it’s high time the hosts made an in-depth review of the...

17Jan 2016
Guardian On Sunday

When someone we know dies of a disease, people go to great lengths to make his funeral a success. They volunteer for everything and use a lot of...

16Jan 2016
The Guardian

The government programme to see all Tanzanian children accessing free basic education kicked off this week, but with some hiccups that should be...

15Jan 2016
The Guardian

COMPLAINTS on delays in pensions to teachers have been on the increase despite efforts being made by government and pension funds to address the...

08Jan 2016
The Guardian

WE are delighted with the decision by the country’s Immigration Services Department to embark on a nationwide crackdown on illegal immigrants who...

06Jan 2016
The Guardian

Tanzania has changed from being perceived as a backward country in East Africa, to being seen as a progressive example to the region.

04Jan 2016
The Guardian

Promotion of women soccer in the country took another important step forward at the end of last year, when the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF)...

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