THE GUARDIAN

14Mar 2017
James Kandoya
The Guardian
A survey by The Guardian found that the rains that began at dawn and continued for several hours rendered many city roads impassable and forced many places of business to remain closed. The...

Mohammed Mpinga

14Mar 2017
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
This is after the success of a three-month pilot project carried out in Dar es Salaam using this modern surveillance technology to control road accidents. National traffic police commander...
14Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The Afrobarometer survey revealed that three-fourths (73 per cent) of Kenyans felt that women should have the same chance as men of being elected to political office, but this figure reduced...
14Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The lightning strike followed heavy rains that were accompanied by strong winds, said Shaibu Ndemanga, the Lindi District Commissioner. Ndemanga added that three people were admitted to...
14Mar 2017
Shukuru Athanas
The Guardian
Speaking to The Guardian in separate interviews, the analysts praised the party’s decision to cut the number of members sitting on its various committees as an economic measure that augured well...
14Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Most of the affected areas include Pasilasi Village in Mkaramo Ward where 29 houses were destroyed. The rains also destroyed over 50 houses in Madaha and Chepete villages in Chekelei Ward....
14Mar 2017
Felister Peter
The Guardian
According to the Tanzania Milk Processors Association (TAMPA) only three per cent of milk produced in the country are formally processed and sold, with the remaining 97 per cent being sold and...
14Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Somalia, which is facing a political instability due to Al Shabaab terrorist group, is one of the African countries which was recently declared as experiencing droughts and acute food shortages...

Minister for Communication, Science and Technology, Prof Makame Mbarawa.

14Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
• The ministers Brian Mushimba and Makame Mbarawa observed that performance of TAZARA had improved after change of top management and operational technical adjustments in the last two years
This follows a meeting held between Transport and Communications Minister Brian Mushimba and his Tanzanian counterpart Makame Mbarawa, which revealed that TAZARA was in need of additional funding...
14Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
• OPEC members are running out of money and need higher prices to reduce their budget deficits and halt the slide in their foreign reserves
There have been no winners from the oil producers’ civil war of 2014-2016, except for consumers, who have enjoyed two years of cheaper fuel prices. OPEC members are running out of money and...
14Mar 2017
Mohammed Ugasa
The Guardian
Mwanyenza says Mollel has the pedigree to sail through the cut and stride into contention of the title only if he can stay focused and maintain composure. He says Mollel has got all that is...
14Mar 2017
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian
Speaking in Dar es Salaam on Sunday after his side was beaten 1-0 by the hosts, the coach expressed his confidence saying Azam should be prepared for shock in Swaziland. He said, after arriving...
14Mar 2017
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian
Speaking in Dar es Salaam on Sunday after his side was beaten 1-0 by the hosts, the coach expressed his confidence saying Azam should be prepared for shock in Swaziland. He said, after arriving...

Azam striker Ramadhan Singano (C) battles for possession with visiting Mbabane Swallows duo durng the first leg of CAF Confederation Cup played at the Chamazi Stadium in Dar es Salaam on Sunday. Azam won 1-0.

14Mar 2017
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
Winger Ramadhan Singano scored the only goal to help the hosts stay in pole position before the return leg match which will take place at the weekend. Cheche admitted the match was a tightly...
14Mar 2017
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
After winning the toss to bat first, Aces African Fighters registered 103 runs for five wickets in 10 overs of the group A duel and Boom Boom dropped three wickets on their way to a successful...

A Malawian trader counts money as he sells maize near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi, Feb. 1, 2016.

14Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The burning question of how to stop drought becoming a major crisis - especially in Africa - has caused many to eye insurance as a possible answer. "People think sometimes that insurance is...

Bangladeshi women participate in a poverty reduction programme by the United Nations Development Programme.

14Mar 2017
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian
Never before have so many people been lifted out of poverty over such a brief period. While the overall prevalence of poverty is in retreat, the global poverty landscape is changing. This...

Youth working on laptop computers at K Lab (Knowledge Lab), an open technology hub in Kigali, Rwanda.

14Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Two years ago Gakawa Secondary School had no internet access. But thanks to an initiative by Mawingu Networks, a solar-powered internet service provider, rural Kenyan youth are going online for...

Sending small amounts of aid before a predicted disaster could help cut what needs to be spent afterward.

14Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
"If recent rainfall is anything to go by, flooding this year could start as early as April – with communities bearing the brunt of unpredictable weather patterns," said Irene Amuron, a technical...
14Mar 2017
Editor
The Guardian
The obligation that freedom bestows on Tanzanians is enormous. Freedom should not be a license for indiscipline-- and democracy requires self-imposed patriotism and discipline. Democracy also...

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