THE GUARDIAN

18May 2017
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According to a top official from the Washington-based lending institution, red tape needs to be cut and the business community should have a say in economic policy making
ECONOMIC growth should be made more inclusive and the private sector should be allowed to take centre-stage for Tanzania to realise its 2025 middle-income targets, a top International Monetary Fund (...

deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa shares a light moment with Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili Mosisili in Maseru, 22 June 2016. Photo/GCIS

17May 2017
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The election comes on the heels of Democratic Congress (DC) Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili losing a no-confidence motion in March in Parliament. His unwieldy seven-party coalition degenerated...

A child suffering from severe acute malnutrition receiving therapeutic milk at UNICEF-supported clinic in Loiyangalani, Marsabit County in Kenya. UNICEF in collaboration with partners is responding to the drought by providing urgently needed therapeutic feeding supplies. Photo/UNICEF

17May 2017
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Waterholes and rivers have dried up, leading to widespread crop failure and livestock depletion. At the height of the drought, surface water in most counties had either dried up or its level...
17May 2017
Japheth Kazenga
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Nafasi Art Space’s director, Rebecca Corey, revealed the seven artists presented their artworks to Tanzanian judges, who approved the former for the competition on May 9. Registration for the...

Athletics Tanzania (AT) secretary general, Wilhelm Gidabuday.

17May 2017
Joseph Mchekadona
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Athletics Tanzania (AT) secretary general, Wilhelm Gidabuday, said the two athletes, Josephat Joshua and Ismail Juma, will take part in the race slated for June 10-11. He said the duo will join...

Serengeti Boys' fullback, Kibwana Ally (L) blocks Mali's player during the group B's opening duel of the U17 African Cup of Nations finals in Libreville, Gabon on Monday. The two teams settled for a 0-0 draw.

17May 2017
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Serengeti, who are making their debut appearance in the continental event, put a spirited defensive showing to keep their opponents at bay throughout the duel to register one point. "We are here...
17May 2017
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Striker Amissi Tambwe, notched the all-important goal for Yanga on the 81st minute, heading in a well measured cross by fullback, Juma Abdul. The victory has seen Yanga collect 68 points from 29...
17May 2017
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A new report released in June, last year had shown that the prevalence of malaria amongst children under five years had skyrocketed from 9 per cent in 2011 to 14 per cent in 2016. The findings are...
17May 2017
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The assistant director in the Ministry of Water and Irrigation Eng Jackson Mutazamba told District Executive Directors (DEDs) meeting here in Morogoro yesterday that water provision and governance is...

director of UNESCO Zulmira Rodriguez.

17May 2017
Getrude Mbago
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Which are often excluded from quality health provision. The pact also aimed at formalising the partnership around the Digital Village Health Innovation programme in a remote Maasai village in...
17May 2017
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Speaking during the exercise, a Quality Assurance Officer at Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS), Edes Ernest, said the said consignment from China was netted during a regular inspection at Dar es...
17May 2017
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The team will among other things repair roads, water pipes and drainage systems to ensure the smooth flow of rain water. Acting Movomero District Executive Director Rugembe Maiga told this paper...

Morogoro Regional Commissioner, Dr Stephen Kebwe.

17May 2017
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The donation was handed over by the TLTC Chief Medical Officer, Dr Henk Van Der Gugten to the Morogoro Regional Commissioner, Dr Stephen Kebwe during the official opening of the MeLSAT Week that is...
17May 2017
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The system dubbed pay-as-you-go energy allows off-grid populations to access affordable, safe and clean energy through installation of a solar system that is repaid little by little in a period of 16...

Former member of parliament and deputy minister Adam Malima.

17May 2017
Crispin Gerald
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FORMER member of parliament and deputy minister Adam Malima was yesterday arraigned at the Kisutu resident magistrate’s court in Dar es Salaam to answer to a charge of obstructing a police...

Mwita Waitara.

17May 2017
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
THE opposition camp in parliament has proposed that Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF) soldiers should be deployed to Rufiji District, Coast Region to help put an end to recent...

Chief of Defence Forces General Venance Mabeyo (4th-R) and Army Chief of Staff Lieutenant General James Mwakibolwa (3rd-R) share a light moment with other senior Tanzania People’s Defence Forces officers outside parliament in Dodoma yesterday.

17May 2017
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
Says the political turmoil in some nearby countries represents a threat to Tanzania’s own security in the longer run, especially in the form of illegal immigrants.
POLITICAL instability in many of the countries neighbouring Tanzania has become a major source of worry for the nation’s defence forces as it allows illegal immigrants to enter the country in...

President Dr Ali Mohamed Shein

17May 2017
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ZANZIBAR farmers are set to make major profits by selling their locally produced spices to international markets, Deputy Minister in the Second Vice President’s Office Mihayo Juma Nunga has...
16May 2017
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In the year ending March 2017, it recorded a current account surplus of US$40.8 million compared to a deficit of US$57.2 million in the year ending March 2016. As has been the case over the...
16May 2017
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But Mkindi often wears an infectious smile instead of the medical doctor’s much-dreaded stethoscope, as she serves one customer after another with great affection. Being a graduate of Sokoine...

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