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05Aug 2017
The Guardian

ALARM has to a marginal extent been raised over the relative decline of share prices at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange in the first half year of...

04Aug 2017
The Guardian

TALKS involving teams from the government and from Barrick Gold Africa Inc. have started in some marble chambers at the State House in Dar es...

03Aug 2017
The Guardian

THE number of working-age people in the continent is expected to grow to 450 million over the next couple of decades. But Africa’s engines of job...

02Aug 2017
The Guardian

PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa recently suspended       local government officials over allegations of embezzlement of public funds.

01Aug 2017
The Guardian

FOR over half a century, tourism has been constantly expanding at a slower pace. Today this trend appears to be irreversible.

31Jul 2017
The Guardian

DIPLOMATIC and trade relations between the two biggest economies in East Africa have been strained for some time now.

30Jul 2017
The Guardian

MOVES are already being initiated to take away privatized dormant industries from their current owners – as most aren’t operators anyway – so as...

29Jul 2017
The Guardian

HEADLINES have lately been devoted to a study apparently conducted by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, definitely grouping researchers from...

28Jul 2017
The Guardian

World Hepatitis Day, observed on July 28 every year, aims to raise global awareness of hepatitis — a group of infectious diseases known as...

27Jul 2017
The Guardian

PRESIDENT John Magufuli has lately had to remind residents of Tabora Region and elsewhere on the need to use proper procedures in airing...

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