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23Jan 2017
The Guardian

SOCCER stakeholders in Tanzania have every right to feel proud of efforts they have done in promoting the game among women.

20Jan 2017
The Guardian

THE other day it was the elephant that was listed as belonging to an endangered species. Then came reports that the rhinoceros and the cheetah...

19Jan 2017
The Guardian

PRODUCTION of sugar in Tanzania is less than the country needs for its own consumption. This is a well-known fact.

18Jan 2017
The Guardian

JUST how much investment should be allowed in our national parks and other wildlife sanctuaries? This is a million-dollar question.

17Jan 2017
The Guardian

LEADERSHIP ethics and social justice are two concepts subjected to so many decades of intense deliberations and analysis that they are now often...

16Jan 2017
The Guardian

IT has been said time and again that, alongside English Language, mathematics and the natural sciences are the subjects giving students at all...

15Jan 2017
Guardian On Sunday

EDITORS in the city of Dar es Salaam have another revolution to contend with, and this one isn’t 53 years old as the Zanzibar Revolution, but just...

14Jan 2017
The Guardian

A STATE of insecurity is rising in Dar es Salaam suburbs, especially at homes and business premises, as cases of individuals being invaded by...

13Jan 2017
The Guardian

THE International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), which has for four long decades focused on key tropical food crops such as bananas,...

13Jan 2017
The Guardian

PEOPLE will likely be offended when told if you want to hide something from them, then the best way to do so with effect is to put it in a book or...

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