THE GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY

Prof Alexander Songorwa.

14May 2017
Friday Simbaya
Guardian On Sunday
He said the conflict was hindrance to the protection of wildlife and environment conservation to species such as elephants, greater kudu, giraffe, buffaloes and warthog in their area. Kisinga made...
14May 2017
Editor
Guardian On Sunday
The two were former Home Affairs minister Charles Kitwanga and former minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports Nape Nnauye, the first making a far more controversial statement with an...
14May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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The survivors - two girls and one boy identified as Doreen (13), Sadia (12) and Wilson (12) - are scheduled to land in Sioux City, Iowa, for treatment at Mercy Medical Centre - Sioux City, according...

EUROPEAN Union Ambassador to Tanzania Roeland van de Geer.

14May 2017
Aisia Rweyemamu
Guardian On Sunday
“A university should assist the country by connecting itself in the programme of development that can help the society because the university has a flexible role to feed the society,” he said. He...
14May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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In this era of globalization, economic uncertainty, terrorism, culture crash, family disintegration, corporate distrust, youth disillusionment, political instability and religious corruption, the...
07May 2017
Editor
Guardian On Sunday
This is the first instance known to the public of top officials buying shares in foreign companies, whereas earlier during the privatization of leading parastatal organizations like Tanzania...
07May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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Jangwani is among the firm’s e-schools model project centres where girls are developing their own Apps, making robotics and websites relevant to the current technological requirements. Surveys...

President John Magufuli, who is also Tanzania National Business Council (TNBC) Chairman, presides over a council meeting held at State House in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Others, from left, are Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa, Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) Chairman Dr Reginald Mengi, and Chief Secretary John Kijazi.

07May 2017
Aisia Rweyemamu
Guardian On Sunday
Magufuli yesterday chaired his first meeting of the Tanzania National Business Council (TNBC) since coming into office in November 2015 and ordered the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) and other...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is currently out with a knee injury

07May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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The Swedish striker is included in the list of top-earning athletes in Britain after joining United last July. With a fortune of £110m, he overtakes team-mate Wayne Rooney, who is third on the...
07May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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From here they will embark on an arduous journey of more than 1,000km (600 miles). A lorry will haul them from Kampala, Uganda’s capital, across Kenya to the port of Mombasa. A week later they...
07May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Political freedom and the problem of Africa's brain-drain were among the leading issues on the agenda at the World Economic Forum on Africa held in Durban which wrapped up on Friday. Oxfam's...

Raila Odinga

07May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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"We are 10 million man and woman strong. The figures have changed. Demographics have changed substantially, this is going to be a completely different match from the one in 2013," said Raila...

Manchester City won the under-18 Premier League in 2015-16

07May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Part of the ban - from 30 June 2018 - will only come into effect if the club reoffends in the next three years. City were found to have approached the family of two young players who were...

Eliana Mwibari

07May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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It is believed that when one is born their time has come for them to come and accomplish a devine mission on Earth. So, no one is ever a mistake, however the circumstances in which they may have...

Barack Obama

07May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron released a video from Obama on Thursday morning with the former president touting his candidacy. "I have admired the campaign that Emmanuel Macron...

Yanga striker Obrey Chirwa beats Prisons defender Salim Kimenya when the teams met in Dar es Salaam yesterday.

07May 2017
Fred Ogot
Guardian On Sunday
The defending champions defeated Prisons 2-0 in the match staged at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam. The win brought Yanga to tie with Simba on 59 points but the defending champions...
07May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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Under overcast skies, the white, green and blue aircraft, with "C919" emblazoned on its tail, touched down at Shanghai's international airport after an 80-minute flight to cheers from thousands...

Samia Suluhu Hassan

07May 2017
Polycarp Machira
Guardian On Sunday
She announced here yesterday that the government aimed to double the number of public health facilities able to provide maternal health care to 50 per cent, up from 24 per cent. This,...

A minibus with registration number T871 BYS belonging to Lucky Vincent Primary School, which was travelling from Arusha to Karatu district in Manyara region, lies on its side after it plunged into a ravine when descending a steep slope, killing 36 passengers, 33 of them being pupils, yesterday.

07May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
* Two teachers, driver also killed after school minibus plunges into a ravine * Those killed were Standard 7 pupils from Lucky Vincent Primary School in Arusha * A shocked President Magufuli describes the incident as a "national tragedy"
The driver of the bus from Lucky Vincent Nursery and Primary School, who was identified as Dismas Kessy, was also killed in the accident which occurred at around 9:30am yesterday in Rhotia Marera...
07May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Brown is the owner of the German company Carplane, which is just as it sounds – it makes a car that flies, part of the next generation of personal flying vehicles that could revolutionise our...

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