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28Dec 2016
The Guardian

THE way the wind has been blowing makes it pretty hard, if not impossible, to say exactly when – if ever – agriculture will live up to...

27Dec 2016
The Guardian

WE promise to harp on the need for society to support efforts to protect and promote children’s rights whenever we find it opportune to do so. And...

26Dec 2016
The Guardian

THE festive season is well in progress – and millions upon millions of people around the world are in understandably celebratory mood. These are...

25Dec 2016
Guardian On Sunday

THERE might be different interpretations given to the term entrepreneurship, but economists can sum it up as the willingness to take risks and...

24Dec 2016
The Guardian

Certainly you might have come across these two words: ambitions and optimism. They are not synonymous to each. They may appear close to each other...

23Dec 2016
The Guardian

THOSE with long though not necessarily magnetic memories will remember that there was time – in Tanzania – when single civil servants were not...

22Dec 2016
The Guardian

WHILE consultations keep being held on how to solve the problem of graduate unemployment, a particularly negative aspect of that situation is now...

21Dec 2016
The Guardian

IT is understood that Tanzania has devised comprehensive country-specific modalities of measuring child poverty, the factors considered relating...

20Dec 2016
The Guardian

HEARING Dr Felician Kilahama discuss the degree to which forests can contribute to development if properly cared for makes inspiring reading...

19Dec 2016
The Guardian

PROMOTION of cricket in Tanzania has made a significant step forward as the Tanzania Cricket Association (TCA) recently organised a primary...

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