THE GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY

rais wa zanzibar, dk.shein

10Apr 2016
David Kisanga
Guardian On Sunday
The three ministers from dwarf political parties that took part in the controversial March 20 rerun election have teamed up with other new faces of 8 ministers with their 7 deputies and two ministers...

Marine debris

10Apr 2016
Deo Mfugale
Guardian On Sunday
I had just come back home from school and having no homework to do when I went for fishing at a pond about half a kilometer away that evening. There was nothing unusual about it as all the...

Kenyan Deputy Minister William Ruto

10Apr 2016
Attilio Tegalile
Guardian On Sunday
This is just like the earlier dismissal a few months ago against President Uhuru Kenyatta, where the ICC chamber could not continue with the case. It was however clear that the case against the...

Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan

10Apr 2016
Getrude Mbago
Guardian On Sunday
The project, Palm Village of Dream Waterfront being implemented in Msasani area, Kinondoni district, is the first such multibillion-shilling private real estate project investment in the country....
10Apr 2016
Nkwazi Mhango
Guardian On Sunday
Mind you. I don’t condone Zenj’s mess which’s an obvious uchakachuaji I toughly condemn. Again, why punishing boozers for the crime one wino committed to save another? Don’t donors know the culprits...

Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism Prof. Jumanne Maghembe

10Apr 2016
Our Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
They argue that a grace period for livestock to graze in protected areas will reverse conservation achievements attained so far.
Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism Prof. Jumanne Maghembe recently issued a directive allowing pastoralist groups to graze for two-and-half months in protected areas until mid June, this year...
10Apr 2016
Devota Mwachang'a
Guardian On Sunday
This is one of the findings of a report released recently in Dar es Salaam by Tanzania Coalition for Demographic Awareness and Action during a seminar conducted for journalists on FP in collaboration...
10Apr 2016
Editor
Guardian On Sunday
Technology is changing rapidly, as a result many electronic devices become trash very soon needing immediate replacement. Unfortunately, most electronic devices such as refrigerators, television and...

Sugar

10Apr 2016
Nyendo Mohamed
Guardian On Sunday
Speaking at different times yesterday in Dar es Salaam when PIC members met with TSB for discussion, they was a need to have a board which did not help farmers and sugar producers in the country and...

Sacked National Identification Authority (Nida) Director General, Dickson Maimu

10Apr 2016
Nyendo Mohamed
Guardian On Sunday
They say the situation is grim over payment of their salary arrears, eligible bonuses and social security benefits, as the employer had failed to elaborate terms of dismissal in an impromptu decision...

Lathifa Sykes

10Apr 2016
Edward Qorro
Guardian On Sunday
The move has sharply affected revenues of a number of hotels which depended much on government and its agencies through seminars, workshops and retreats being conducted in various hotels. Cutting...
10Apr 2016
Guardian On Sunday
He said the vocalist-cum-rapper Kosovo was suffering from acute peptic ulcers and was first admitted at Mwananyamala Hospital before transferred to Muhimbili. The manager said that funeral...

Simon Sirro

10Apr 2016
Grace Kambaulaya
Guardian On Sunday
Speaking to reporters in Dar es Salaam on Friday Dar es Salaam Special Zone Police Commander Simon Sirro said the suspects were arrested following a crackdown mounted to combat criminality in the...

Azam players

10Apr 2016
Guardian On Sunday
The home side will miss two key players in the game billed to be tough. Defender Shomari Kapombe is in South Africa for treatment and midfielder Salum Abubakar ‘Sure Boy’ is in Dar es Salaam nursing...

African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

10Apr 2016
Our Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
It is estimated that the number of state-owned enterprises in sub-Saharan Africa fell from 6,069 to 4,058 in just 5 years (1990-1995), a 33 per cent reduction
The deal will see the government of Liberia direct public funding for education to support services subcontracted to Bridge International Academies, a private, for-profit, US-based company. But it...

Tanzania is faced with illegal trade in logs being hauled mainly to China and the Far East

03Apr 2016
Bilham Kimati
Guardian On Sunday
Forest officers collude in illegal logging for personal gain
The team intercepted piles of logs in Kalambo district, Katavi region, ready for export through Dar es Salaam port purportedly coming from Zambia. The shocking revelation followed a recent...
03Apr 2016
Editor
Guardian On Sunday
Drug trafficking and consumption is an organized crime sustained by a well-connected syndicate clinging to the prohibited business for personal gain at the expense of the future of the youth. It...

T-MARC Tanzania Managing Director, Diana Kisaka

03Apr 2016
Grace Kambaulaya
Guardian On Sunday
He said currently more than 200 health institutions including clinics and pharmacies had been closed down. The deputy minister was speaking to journalista on Friday at the open office of Tanzania...

Professor Yunus Mgaya

03Apr 2016
Aisia Rweyemamu
Guardian On Sunday
The academic hitches defying TCU standards that led to the latest intake freeze in a row of other sanctioned harassments involving closure of the Catholic Church-run Songea and Arusha campuses,...

President John Magufuli

03Apr 2016
Attilio Tegalile
Guardian On Sunday
As is well known, the move followed what the US government saw as Tanzania government’s reluctance to ‘appropriately address’ the Zanzibar political crisis and the passing into law of what has come...

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