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18Dec 2017
The Guardian

TWO distinct moods are evident in the country at the closing stages of the Senior Challenge Cup tournament of the Confederation of East and...

18Dec 2017
The Guardian

AN idea is floating at high level policy making forums that banks that have been affected by high levels of non-performing loans ought to be...

17Dec 2017
Guardian On Sunday

INTEREST has been generated in African diplomatic circles on the possible effectiveness of a new foreign policy move by the Republic of Ireland,...

16Dec 2017
The Guardian

WHILE delegates concluded rounds of final negotiations and inking accords in the 23rd annual conference of the parties to the United Nations...

16Dec 2017
The Guardian

READERS who follow news reports on the way the national capital is shaping up would in a way have started to find it complicated to understand...

15Dec 2017
The Guardian

CHRISTMAS comes but once a year. We have ten days to go moving into the climax of this festive season. We also begin tallying road accidents,...

15Dec 2017
The Guardian

WE are slowly moving towards a digitised and integrated public service delivery. This year the government officially launched online systems which...

14Dec 2017
The Guardian

LOCATED in southern Tanzania and far from the madding crowds, the Selous Game Reserve is Africa's largest game reserve and one of our favourite...

14Dec 2017
The Guardian

AFRICANS and people of African heritage alll over the world have justifiably felt revulsion at reports of a modern day slave market in Libya,...

13Dec 2017
The Guardian

TANZANIA’S drive for gender equality has made good progress in recent years. However, women are still lagging behind men in many areas.

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