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27Sep 2017
The Guardian

THE lead story in yesterday’s issue of The Guardian was to the effect that the government has formed a task force to review the taxes imposed on...

26Sep 2017
The Guardian

IF what we hear from the corridors is anything to go by, then some of those in positions of power are leading our nation into danger.

26Sep 2017
The Guardian

SINCE 1980, the United Nations World Tourism Organisation has celebrated World Tourism Day on September 27. This date was chosen as on that day in...

25Sep 2017
The Guardian

SINCE the United Nations came into existence on 24 October 1945 three world conferences on population have been held. The first conference,...

25Sep 2017
The Guardian

INTERNATIONAL Coffee Day is an occasion that is used to promote and celebrate coffee as a beverage, with events now occurring in places across...

24Sep 2017
Guardian On Sunday

THERE is something very wrong with some of our African leaders. Once these leaders have been elected, either through a fair and credible voting...

24Sep 2017
Guardian On Sunday

Recent raids in South Africa have uncovered disturbing evidence of the changing dynamics of rhino horn trafficking from Africa to Asia

23Sep 2017
The Guardian

TANZANIA Roads Agency (Tanroads) top officials are liaising with various authorities to seek the whereabouts of executives of Strada International...

23Sep 2017
The Guardian

TRYING times are being reported in the growing of tobacco in several regions including the south-western region of Ruvuma, where peasants have...

22Sep 2017
The Guardian

THE National Environment Management Council (NEMC) main role is to provide advice on all matters pertaining to environmental conservation and...

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