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19Apr 2017
The Guardian

REPRESENTATIVES from across Eastern Africa met recently to discuss implementation of the Zanzibar Declaration on illegal trade in timber and other...

16Apr 2017
Guardian On Sunday

VOICES are being raised from specific quarters among leading stakeholders in education, that fee-free education (they prefer the term over free...

14Apr 2017
The Guardian

THE first railway lines in Tanganyika, known at the time as German East Africa, were built soon after the first tramway in Zanzibar.

12Apr 2017
The Guardian

IN October last year, Tanzania and Morocco signed more than 20 agreements in sectors ranging from economy to science and technology aimed at...

11Apr 2017
The Guardian

TRADE between Tanzania and France is still low at around 200 million Euros in favour of Paris, as authorities in both sides figure ways of...

04Apr 2017
The Guardian

THE 2016 annual report of the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), launched in Dar es Salaam recently had analysed the global drugs...

03Apr 2017
The Guardian

FOR over a decade boxing in Tanzania has been experiencing turbulence both in amateur as well as professional ranks.

02Apr 2017
Guardian On Sunday

A NOTICE has appeared on the website of the Bank of Tanzania that the central bank management is set to hire a consultancy firm to conduct a...

01Apr 2017
The Guardian

CONSERVATION authorities in Tanzania have been abuzz with felicitations for the government of China for its recent step to close down most shops...

31Mar 2017
The Guardian

THE textile and clothing industry in Tanzania has the potential to become a significant sourcing location for foreign buyers.

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