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16Mar 2017
The Guardian

WHAT is the International Day of Happiness? It’s a day to be happy, of course! Since 2013, the United Nations has celebrated the International Day...

15Mar 2017
The Guardian

THE majority of the severest food crises after the second half of the 20th century were caused by a combination of several factors.

14Mar 2017
The Guardian

THE majority of our country men and women are still in the shackles of economic exploitation, disease and poverty.

12Mar 2017
The Guardian

DOUBTERS and cynics are not over yet with disparaging the government exercise to streamline its salary bills by ferreting out non-existent...

11Mar 2017
The Guardian

REVELATION by state-run power utility firm, Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco), over the outstanding amount customers owe it quit alarming...

10Mar 2017
The Guardian

MARCH 8 has a matchless significance in acknowledging women's struggle and triumph over gender-based right violations, social-economic, political...

09Mar 2017
The Guardian

RETAIL banking has come a long way since it began in the 16th Century, when cashiers in trading and shipping cities began charging customers for...

06Mar 2017
The Guardian

THE creative industries refers to a range of economic activities that are based on individual creativity, skill and talent with the potential to...

05Mar 2017
Guardian On Sunday

PRESIDENT John Magufuli has struck a first of sorts in ordering seizure of passports belonging to number of contractors working with an Indian...

03Mar 2017
The Guardian

BISMARCK rocks is a major feature of the Mwanza shoreline. Mwanza is popularly called Rock City because of its impressive rock formations .

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