THE GUARDIAN

18Jun 2017
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 He has repeatedly said that an economic war is a difficult combat and ought to be taken that way by all sectors of the population and especially newsmakers and political actors of various sorts...
18Jun 2017
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 The revelation comes at a time when the region is battling serious health issues like cancer, which is now claiming more lives than malaria and HIV/Aids. The high mortality and maternal deaths...
18Jun 2017
Crispin Gerald
The Guardian
 CHRAGG insists that girls have the right to education as stated in the country’s constitution.Commissioner for Human Rights Salma Hassan made the remarks when addressing journalists on...
18Jun 2017
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
Deputy Minister of State in the President's Office, Regional Administration and Local Government, Suleiman Jafo told Parliament that that is part of the broader plan to have such schools in every...
18Jun 2017
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THE Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF) has issued a Sh500m loan to Kagera-based savings and credit cooperative society (SACCOS) to enable its members get soft loans.Speaking in Dar es Salaam on...
18Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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VICE-President Samia Suluhu Hassan has challenged universities to ensure graduates are exposed and equipped with relevant global and career competencies to enhance their employability.The V-P threw...
18Jun 2017
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ROBERT Mugabe, on his final political campaign in eastern Zimbabwe on Friday told thousands of supporters that heBut Zimbabwe is bankrupt -  it cannot pay monthly government salaries on time and...
18Jun 2017
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 A convoy of black vehicles drives through a cheering crowd in the town of Kapenguria, in western Kenya. Standing through the open roof of his car, President Kenyatta waves to the people,...

President John Magufuli.

18Jun 2017
Aisia Rweyemamu
The Guardian
 The officials being investigated - both past and present – include those from the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, the state-run Tanzania Minerals Audit Agency (TMAA) and other agencies....
18Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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Desperate Tanzanians selling their organs in a secret illegal trade, with a kidney selling for Shs 80m
 The illegal trade is being done openly, with several desperate Tanzanians publicly advertising the sale of their body organs on popular online advertising sites.One Tanzanian posted an online...
17Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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Tanzania joins this worldwide initiative that many countries have welcomed since the United Nations agreed three years ago to proclaim the International Day of Yoga in recognition of the...

Striker Emmanuel Okwi (right) and Simba registration
chairman Zacharia Hanspoppe in Kampala yesterday.

17Jun 2017
Somoe Ng'itu
The Guardian
Okwi said yesterday that he had agreed with Simba registration chairman Zacharia Hanspoppe who is currently in Uganda that he will play for his former club, Simba. “Simba fans should not be...
17Jun 2017
Fred Ogot
The Guardian
Incumbent president Malinzi was the first aspirant to pick election forms yesterday to defend his seat, followed by Madega, formerly a TFF executive committee member. It will be an engaged race...

Nageeba, married at 14 and now pregnant. According to UNICEF 2015 figures, 250 million women alive today entered into marriage under the age of 15.Photo/IRIN

17Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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They’re being denied education, access to future employment, and agency over their own bodies and lives. Every day, older men are raping these children, enslaving them, and violating their...

Dr. Simon Jeremiah from ARI-Ukiriguru (right) examining infested cassava at Ipandikilo village Kachwamba ward in Chato district, as women farmers Teresa Luhuyege, Joyce Joseph, and Vero Zakaria (seated)continue preparing them for food due to lack of alternative clean cassava. Photo by Gerald Kitabu

17Jun 2017
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian
Despite internal mechanisms and natural power of these traditional cassava varieties in the fight against the viral diseases, in recent years the main staple crop has completely failed to ward off...
17Jun 2017
Francis Semwaza
The Guardian
One thing that could be true is the increase in the number of churches in the wake of political and economic liberalization in the country starting the early 1990s. But the traditional church...
17Jun 2017
Michael Eneza
The Guardian
The tally of monetary demands that will be placed at the desk of Acacia Mining directors as conditions for their continued operations in Tanzania is a tall order. In that case the ceremony at the...
17Jun 2017
Editor
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Talks with President John Magufuli struck a positive note, with the State House saying the firm agreed to the condition of reparations that the president sounded in accepting the report of the second...
17Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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The municipal’s communication and public relations officer, Innocent Byarugaba, said the ban includes closure of pig slaughterhouses and pork shops. He said the residents were also not allowed to...

Egon Kochanke, German Ambassador to Tanzania.

17Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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A press statement issued by the German Embassy in Dar es Salaam said the financial cooperation grants will be for the sectors of health and education. It said that Egon Kochanke, German Ambassador...

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