What a precedent for Mkapa to set!
THE GUARDIAN | 25th Aug 15
Tanzania is reputed for being among African countries that have many cattle, and yet it is not using this important wealth to its full. For, traditionally, cattle keepers in Tanzania have only regarded the animals as a sign of wealth and respect in communities.
THE GUARDIAN | 24th Aug 15
The All Africa Games are here again and Tanzania’s contingent of 40 athletes is ready to jet off to the Republic of Congo capital Brazzaville, where the event will be staged. While the rest of us will be at home following the Games on television, the athletes should bear in mind that our biggest interest is for them to bring back medals.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 23rd Aug 15
The warm up is over and the real race has just begun. I mean the race to IKULU, the State House. Unlike in athletics such as 100 metres dash, or marathon, or decathlon where individual prowess matters most, in politics individual charisma and team work share equal prominence.
THE GUARDIAN | 22nd Aug 15
The whistle for election campaigns goes off today in the country, signaling the start of the presidential, parliamentary and councillors’ campaigns. Information from political parties states that CCM will kickstart the marathon campaigns tomorrow at Jangwani grounds while Chadema whose’s candidate is supported by four opposition parties under the umbrella of Coalition of People’s Constitution commonly referred to in Kiswahili as Ukawa are searching for a proper venue after their request to use the National Stadium today was turned down by the government.
THE GUARDIAN | 21st Aug 15
That education is vital to the development of Tanzania is as clear as night follows day. This is why the government and parents give prominence to educating children because they are tomorrow’s leaders.
THE GUARDIAN | 20th Aug 15
Tanzania’s development endeavours have won the country’s recognition. This is so because the government has demonstrated unswerving commitment to bringing forces to the path of development.
THE GUARDIAN | 19th Aug 15
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, according to a famous English saying that is mostly applied in the choice of a spouse to get married to or be friends with. In the Tanzanian context, there are some tribes that give prominence to light complexion of a bride while for some this does not matter at all.
THE GUARDIAN | 18th Aug 15
There is still a lingering perception that cancer and other non-communicable are exclusively for the rich, this myth no longer holds water as we are witnessing more and more cases across all income groups.
THE GUARDIAN | 17th Aug 15
Vodacom Tanzania has increased sponsorship package for the Mainland soccer premiership by a hefty 40 per cent, as it signed a new three-year deal with the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) last week.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 16th Aug 15
This week the European Commission envoy in the country, Ambassador Filiberto Ceriani Sebregondi who is also the chairman of the Budget Support Committee grouping various development partners offered his comments to this newspaper with regard to the coming general elections.
THE GUARDIAN | 15th Aug 15
For any person familiar with the scanning procedures of luggage or cargo at the Julius Nyerere International Airport or lets say any other airport whose operations are up to standard may question how 262 kilogrammes of ivory can pass through the scanners undetected.
THE GUARDIAN | 14th Aug 15
We have received with pleasure reports that at Bumbuli in Lushoto District, Tanga Region, students in at least 67 out of 93 primary schools are served with free lunch. The constituency’s Member of Parliament and Deputy Minister for Communication Science and Technology, January Makamba says the target is to enable all school children get afternoon meals.
THE GUARDIAN | 13th Aug 15
A child born when the United Nations General Assembly endorsed the recommendation made by the World Conference of Ministers Responsible for Youth in 1999 would today be a sixteen year old teenager targeted by the very resolution that was passed.
THE GUARDIAN | 12th Aug 15
Agriculture, as we all know, is the mainstay of Tanzania in that it is the source of employment for over 80 per cent of its people. However, it has not been doing well over the past few years for a number of reasons.
THE GUARDIAN | 11th Aug 15
The Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) has developed new guidelines to govern importation and exportation of cosmetic products as the nation is cited an import dumping ground.
THE GUARDIAN | 10th Aug 15
The Tanzania Football Federation has several times come into collision course with fans and club officials chiefly as a result of operating without annual calendars of events.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 9th Aug 15
Finally, the much awaited Tanzania Agricultural Development Bank (TADB) is born. As far as we are concerned, the Bank has come to give meaning to the assertion that Agriculture is the back-bone of the country’ economic growth; it has come to give meaning to the ‘Kilimo Kwanza’ slogan.
THE GUARDIAN | 8th Aug 15
August 6, 2015 has entered the books of records of the country’s politics after Civic United Front (CUF) National Chairman Prof. Ibrahim Lipumba unexpectedly resigned from the post but promising to remain an ordinary party member.
THE GUARDIAN | 7th Aug 15
New revelations have it that an acute shortage of teachers has hit hard the newly established districts to the extent that half of the public schools have not filled their teaching positions, putting administrators in an awkward situation.
THE GUARDIAN | 6th Aug 15
Statistics from the ministry of home affairs had showed that over 3,534 people have perished in road accidents in the country this year. President Jakaya Kikwete on Monday launched the National Road Safety Week held at the national level in Tanga .
THE GUARDIAN | 5th Aug 15
Tanzania boasts the biggest number of cattle in the East Africa Community (EAC) region. Sadly despite the endowment, the country produces the least amount of dairy products and especially milk.
THE GUARDIAN | 4th Aug 15
When Florence Nightingale founded the nursing profession, little did she know that it would extend to the whole world like bushfire. The celebrated English social reformer and statistician, who is the founder of modern nursing came to prominence while serving as a manager of nurses trained by her during the Crimean War.
THE GUARDIAN | 3rd Aug 15
The Tanzania Football Federation has every reason to ensure the national soccer team, Taifa Stars, is all ready for their crunch match against visiting Nigeria on the second day of the 2017 African Nations Cup qualifiers to be played at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam early next month.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 2nd Aug 15
Hypertension is gripping a large number of Tanzanians, especially those who call themselves politicians as this year’s General Elections are already knocking on our doors. In fact it is exactly three months away even though the process began a few months back during intra-party nominations.
THE GUARDIAN | 1st Aug 15
Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) exercise which began slowly on February 23 this year throughout the country creating a lot of controversy in its wake is about to be concluded. According to figures released by the National Electoral Commission (NEC), some 18.
THE GUARDIAN | 31st Jul 15
We are really delighted to learn that the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) has formed a special unit to deal with cases of persons who have properties or goods unlawfully acquired.
THE GUARDIAN | 30th Jul 15
Tanzania’s Big Results Now (BRN) initiative for 2016 aims to phase out high cost emergency power plants increase generation capacity to reform the public utility’s operations, and meet new demand through low-cost solutions, such as developing new gas resources and mini and off-grid renewable opportunities.
THE GUARDIAN | 29th Jul 15
Peace, for any country, especially those in the so-called developing world, is paramount to development and people’s welfare. For, it is a fact that without peace they cannot achieve any meaningful development.
THE GUARDIAN | 28th Jul 15
Corruption has many faces, each uglier than the other, and in Tanzania, it has become so pervasive that it is expected with a handshake in most public offices. That be the case, researchers warn that ‘corruption — the misuse of an office for private gain—leads to the needless inflation of employee ranks and thus greater operational inefficiency.
THE GUARDIAN | 27th Jul 15
The ultramodern Chinese-built National Stadium, a landmark structure based in Dar es Salaam, was inaugurated in 2009 by then Chinese President Hu Jintao but came into use over a year earlier.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 26th Jul 15
United States President Barack Obama finally arrived in the land of his father, Kenya, as Head of State, having been there as youth of 28 years of age late 1980s before enrolling for his important law studies at Harvard University, which prepared him for his career as an advocate and visionary leader.
THE GUARDIAN | 25th Jul 15
It is four days today since Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) began in Dar es Salaam Region and things are not looking any brighter. In fact the situation is getting gloomier day by day despite promises of improvement from the National Electoral Commission (NEC) and regional authorities.
THE GUARDIAN | 24th Jul 15
At long last the government has finalised the policy on Workers Compensation Fund which was revealed by the minister for labour and employment Gaudensia Kabaka while tabling ministry’s 2014-2015 budget estimates.
NIPASHE | 23rd Jul 15
Kazi ya kuandikisha wapigakura katika Daftari la Kudumu la Wapigakura katika mkoa wa Dar es Salaam ilianza rasmi jana kwa mfumo wa tekinolojia ya utambuzi wa alama za mwili (Biometric Voters Registration -BVR).
THE GUARDIAN | 23rd Jul 15
Many scholars described gender as a set of characteristics, roles and behaviour patterns that distinguish women from men socially and culturally and relations of power between them.
THE GUARDIAN | 22nd Jul 15
anzania has made tremendous headway in many sectors since independence in 1961, but it seems that the quality and standard of some of the projects leaves much to be desired.
THE GUARDIAN | 21st Jul 15
The long queues that have been characteristic of the Biometric voter registration (BVR) are to be spotted across Dar es Salaam effectively tomorrow. After giving room for the Eid celebrations, the National Electoral Commission (NEC) announced on Monday that the BVR for Dar es Salaam will start tomorrow and cover the entire commercial port city.
THE GUARDIAN | 20th Jul 15
Tanzania performed poorly in all manner of games at international platform in recent years. God forbid that things will be as bad in the tournament next in line – the biennial All Africa Games in Congo Brazzaville next month! This is an appeal to all those athletes who will be bearing our national flag at the event to make sure they have an impression on the Games.
THE GUARDIAN | 19th Jul 15
Tanzanians are this October expecting to go to the polls to elect the fifth Head of State, Members of Parliament and ward councilors in the fifth multiparty general elections.
THE GUARDIAN | 18th Jul 15
Last Sunday entered the country’s books of records, particularly those kept by the Police after unidentified armed bandits stormed Stakishari Police Station in Dar es Salaam Region, killing seven people, including four police officers.
THE GUARDIAN | 17th Jul 15
‘A new broom sweeps clean’ is an adage that could apply to CCM’s newly-elected presidential nominee, Dr John Pombe Magufuli. In his first public address on Tuesday at the Mbagala Zakheem grounds in Temeke, Dar es Salaam, he proved that the sages who concocted this adage were indeed wise.
THE GUARDIAN | 16th Jul 15
The Third International Conference on Financing for Development (FfD) convening in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, is one leg of the route that global leaders have charted toward a new international consensus to change the world we live in and to eliminate extreme poverty and hunger.
THE GUARDIAN | 15th Jul 15
In Tanzania today it is common to hear about some agricultural products like maize, vegetables or fruits rotting for lack of markets. This has been common in areas such as the southern highlands comprising Mbeya, Iringa, Rukwa and Ruvuma.
THE GUARDIAN | 14th Jul 15
The irony of a lack of security at police posts and stations in the country is unfortunately no news, not after half a dozen posts being attacked this year alone. What is especially deplorable about this situation is not the recurrence of attacks but rather the unchecked poor security that police field for themselves.
THE GUARDIAN | 13th Jul 15
At last, Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) has picked its flag-bearer for the Presidential Election to be held on October 25. Works minister Dr John Pombe Magufuli was elected from among over 30 aspirants.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 12th Jul 15
Never has Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) presidential nomination process been so controversial as it is this year since the re-introduction of the multi-party democracy in Tanzania. Certainly, all is not well in the ruling political party; which is why some people are already asking whether it is, indeed, the beginning of the end of the oldest political party that has ruled the country for fifty years plus.
THE GUARDIAN | 11th Jul 15
About two weeks ago Prof Kitila Mkumbo, an expert in Psychology and Learning from the University of Dar es Salaam, wrote a piece in The Guardian on Sunday, raising his concern on the manner in which the public and the media in general are treating CCM presidential candidate nomination politics.
THE GUARDIAN | 10th Jul 15
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) Bill 2015 was yesterday endorsed in National Assembly albeit without teachers’ great demand. The intention of bill was obviously relevant.
THE GUARDIAN | 9th Jul 15
CCM Members of Parliament had bitter words for National Assembly Deputy Speaker Job Ndugai yesterday when the Teachers Services Commission Act 2015 was tabled. The MPs went as far as threatening to disrupt President Jakaya Kikwete’s final address before he dissolves Parliament today afternoon unless they are paid their gravity.
THE GUARDIAN | 8th Jul 15
Let's face it: the youth offer the greatest promise for Tanzania. They are the largest in number. They are most certainly future and promise of Tanzania if they are well taken care of.
THE GUARDIAN | 7th Jul 15
Customarily, when the Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) impounds imported substandard goods snack into the country by unscrupulous traders, the standards body destroys the illegal products.
THE GUARDIAN | 6th Jul 15
It's unfortunate that our national soccer team, Taifa Stars, has been bundled out of the CHAN – the continental qualifiers for domestic-based players. Yes, the elimination is not as brutal as expected basing on the fact that Stars successfully ended a five-match losing streak after pulling a one-all draw away in Uganda – but no loss is ever really honourable.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 5th Jul 15
One standard definition of democracy is that it is a system which leads to the greatest happiness of the greatest number, which presumes that social and political cleavages will be there, but the ‘greatest number’ will have been heard, and were in a position to contribute to a decision.
THE GUARDIAN | 4th Jul 15
The National Assembly this week lost its credibility in the eyes of the general public when honourable Members of Parliament turned the august debating chamber into sort of a circus for no plausible reason as far as we are concerned.
THE GUARDIAN | 3rd Jul 15
The “wind of change” that has swept through our national soccer team’s technical bench with the preference for Tanzanian trainers to foreign ones can make immense sense – if backed with greater diligence and a truly fighting spirit.
THE GUARDIAN | 2nd Jul 15
Come October General Elections as Tanzanians we should prove the prophets of doom wrong by going to conduct one of the most peaceful elections in the history of Africa.
THE GUARDIAN | 1st Jul 15
Maize has for long been the staple food of most Tanzanians, who have grown it merely for their subsistence. Rarely had they thought of growing the crop on a large scale to satisfy their food requirements and for sale.
THE GUARDIAN | 30th Jun 15
The pen has been made mightier with the advent of instant mass texting technology that allows one to write a message and send it to multiple recipients across a given region and in this case across the country.
THE GUARDIAN | 29th Jun 15
The countdown to the General Election, the fifth since the reintroduction of multiparty politics, is well under way. October 25 has been given as Polling Day. Several political parties with permanent registration and therefore eligible to field candidates in parliamentary and presidential polls have long started lining themselves up for the all-important races.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 28th Jun 15
On Friday President Jakaya Kikwete promised the nation that he would form an independent agency to coordinate the war on Prevention and Control of Substance Abuse and Drug Trafficking.
THE GUARDIAN | 27th Jun 15
Election times are here again. This is the moment when politicians are being heard making promises, some of which sound like someone trying to build castles in the air. It is the moment when voters are being fooled with completely unimplementable promises just like a child seated beside a kitchen waiting for food while in real sense what is being cooked in the kitchen is not food but stones.
THE GUARDIAN | 26th Jun 15
In its 2014 human rights and business report released on Wednesday, the Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) revealed what seems to be an unknown secret thwarting the welfare of employees in the country’s private sector.
THE GUARDIAN | 25th Jun 15
The last decade or so has been characterised by exponential growth in infrastructure. Similarly, the telecom industry has been booming in Tanzania during the last few years such that many areas have now become interconnected and millions have accessed one or more services from this industry.
THE GUARDIAN | 24th Jun 15
The collection of revenue from water bills has for a long time been a problem for water authorities in the country. The problem has been serious for bills on water used by both individuals and public institutions.
THE GUARDIAN | 23rd Jun 15
What does 4G internet speed have to do with a farmer on the isolated remote slopes of the Usambara Mountains? Few have the relation at their fingertips and it is this service relation gap that must be bridged if we are to modernise the agriculture sector and save farmers from hand hoe backbreaking time old farming methods.
THE GUARDIAN | 22nd Jun 15
A massive number of Tanzanian soccer fans are perplexed over who should actually shoulder the blame for their national team’s mediocre show in international championships – and even friendly matches.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 21st Jun 15
We read with disbelief news that surfaced on Friday that said Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Corporation (DAWASCO) had proposed a hike in water charges from the current Sh1, 098 per 1000 litres to Sh2,631 while Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage system (DAWASA) wanted the fee to rise from Sh 275 per 1000 litres to Sh561 effective 2016/2017 financial year.
THE GUARDIAN | 20th Jun 15
Last week The Guardian on Sunday newspaper published a story in which rights groups ‘accused’ presidential aspirants of corruption. The groups questioned the legitimacy of sources of funds and the extravagant spending displayed by some CCM cadres seeking presidential nomination.
THE GUARDIAN | 19th Jun 15
A key element of a democratic state is the upholding of the charter of human rights that calls for among other rights and freedoms, the freedom to worship. In this regard, with its ‘fruit bowl’ mix of religions, Tanzania is an outstanding example of peaceful coexistence of many regions and their numerous sects.
THE GUARDIAN | 18th Jun 15
Having borne the effects of the global credit crunch better than most continents, it is a wonder that Africa still remains dwarfed in terms of tangible economic growth. While most of the countries have continued to record an average growth of five per cent in the gross domestic product, it remains to be seen how this growth has impacted citizens, especially in resolving issues of poverty, education and unemployment.
THE GUARDIAN | 17th Jun 15
Yet another motor accident has taken away the lives of 24 innocent people and left 34 others injured in Iringa Region. In the latest accident of this magnitude, a Scania semi-trailer and a Coaster minibus were involved in a head-on collision last Sunday evening.
THE GUARDIAN | 16th Jun 15
The government has considerably increased levy charges on petroleum products including kerosene, the main alternative to charcoal use for many Tanzanians. Tabling the government budget estimates for the year 2015/2016 late last week, Finance Minister Saada Mkuya said the levy for diesel per litre has increased from 50/- to 100/-, petrol from 50/- to 100/- and kerosene from 50 /- to 150/- per litre.
THE GUARDIAN | 15th Jun 15
The ongoing conflict between Simba Sports Club and their player, Ramadhan Singano, reflects poor awareness of the meaning of contract for both sides. It is most unfortunate that Tanzania football players happen to make contracts without going into the details! Most rush into signing the papers only with a view of getting money while completely overlooking the fundamentals of their agreement as stipulated in the contracts.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 14th Jun 15
Yesterday’s edition of The Guardian Newspaper carried photographs of people with albinism (PWAs) who lost their limbs from attacks by unknown individuals. The photos were made available to the newspaper by Under The Same Sun(UTSS), a charitable non-governmental organisation that promotes the wellbeing of persons with albinism (PWA) via education and advocacy.
THE GUARDIAN | 13th Jun 15
This week, the government passed the 2015/16 financial budget of Sh22.4 trillion prioritising education, infrastructure, health and agriculture sectors but people are questioning whether such priorities will be achieved.
THE GUARDIAN | 12th Jun 15
With tears of wailing employees yet to dry, crying for a single digit Pay As You Earn (PAYE) the government has made a gesture of good faith lowering PAYE down by 1 per cent. As expected, speculations are already running wild that the lowering of the PAYE that has year on year burdened the salary collecting work force, is motivated by political interest given the fact that is an election year.
THE GUARDIAN | 11th Jun 15
The Capital Markets and Securities Authority (CMSA) is a Government Agency established to promote and regulate securities business in the country. It was established under Capital Markets and Securities Act, 1994.
THE GUARDIAN | 10th Jun 15
From time immemorial, ownership of land in most parts of Tanzania has been traditional. The practice has often been to pass on village plots from fathers to their children, mainly sons, other family members.
THE GUARDIAN | 9th Jun 15
We might blame it on coincidence but election years’ have a way of digging up scandals and conspiracies, so far, this year has seen one major graft scam unveiled and several others rumoured but not solved.
THE GUARDIAN | 8th Jun 15
The Mainland premier soccer league ended almost a month ago, and both players and club officials are now focusing on the new season. This is ideal time for players as well as club officials and members to weigh on how best they can plan to improve performance in the next premiership season.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 7th Jun 15
We read with shock and disbelief news from Dodoma on Friday that had it plain and clear that CCM leaders have banned presidential hopefuls from participating in political debates organised by various institutions.
THE GUARDIAN | 6th Jun 15
Once again news resurfaced on Tuesday this week, stating that the country suffered a loss of about two million litres of petroleum during discharging at the Single Point Mooring ( SPM) when two most recent vessels offloaded fuel imported through Bulk Procurement System( BPS).
THE GUARDIAN | 5th Jun 15
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)…a mouth full indeed, in Kenya they call them, Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) another tongue twister. MSEs are Kenya’s informal sector dubbed Jua Kali (Scorching Sun) and as the name suggests, they work in the mercy of the elements, be it tropical rains or the equatorial sun.
THE GUARDIAN | 4th Jun 15
The Book Development Council of Tanzania was established under the laws of Tanzania as non-profit making organisation to coordinate and stimulate the activities of public and private sector agencies in the book industry of Tanzania so that more and better books of all kinds may be made available to the readers of all ages throughout the country.
THE GUARDIAN | 3rd Jun 15
The scarcity of water in Dar es Salaam is among the thorniest problems that the residents have been facing year in and year out. It has eluded solution from the first phase government to the present one about to end its term, come next October 25 when the country will hold its General Election.
THE GUARDIAN | 2nd Jun 15
Over the last few weeks, as will be the case in the coming months, many politicians have aired grand ideas of what they plan to do should they be elected President come October 25. In their bid to woo party and public votes, their pledges range from ridding the nation of hand hoes to a donor free national budget, from better education to universal healthcare.
THE GUARDIAN | 1st Jun 15
Organisers of sports and entertainment activities have traditionally depended on gate collections as their major source of funding and, indeed, very survival. Contributions by fans have been neither all that reliable nor substantial enough to facilitate the holding of sports and entertainment events at some profit.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 31st May 15
Thursday this week some daily newspapers reported that a good number of residents of Mitole Ward in Lindi Region were facing an acute shortage of food, forcing them to try and subsist on some natural materials in the bush, like wild fruits and roots.
THE GUARDIAN | 30th May 15
The whistle has been blown; everyone wants to be the next president of this nation which is currently facing a number of challenges, ranging from theft, embezzlement and misappropriation of public resources to poor provision of social services.
THE GUARDIAN | 29th May 15
On Tuesday this week, President Jakaya Kikwete made a vow he has never made during his ten-year tenure of presidency concerning the plight of teachers in the country. He has promised to resolve the teachers’ grievances before the October General Elections once and for all.
THE GUARDIAN | 28th May 15
As we wait for the referendum date on the proposed constitution to be set, it is worth noting that, 224 years ago on December 15, 1791, the US made its first amendment to its constitution and the amendment was on freedom of expression, one of ten amendments that constitute the Bill of Rights.
THE GUARDIAN | 27th May 15
Former American President Abraham Lincoln described democracy as the government of the people, by the people and for the people. Since his time the world has seen all sorts of government administrations, some following his ideas and other completely opposed to them.
THE GUARDIAN | 26th May 15
In the complex socio-economic lives that we lead, most operations are done on the basis of trust. We trust that the sky will remain blue and the sun will rise from the east and as long as things remain in the order we expect them to, all is well under the sun.
THE GUARDIAN | 25th May 15
All the blame with respect to Taifa Stars’ bizarre performance in the ongoing Council of Southern Africa Football Association (COSAFA) tournament in South Africa is directed at Tanzania’s national soccer team’s head coach, Mart Nooij.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 24th May 15
Early exit of the national soccer side, Taifa Stars, from the Southern African regional championship, famously known as Cosafa Cup, indicates that Tanzania soccer is still below overage.
THE GUARDIAN | 23rd May 15
For years now developing countries, Tanzania inclusive, have been relying on foreign aid as one of the sources of funds to run their governments apart from internally generated revenue.
THE GUARDIAN | 22nd May 15
The decision by the Weights and Measures Agency (WMA) to start verifying the calibration of electricity meters in the country is long overdue. Amid cries from consumers countrywide complaining that TANESCO is overcharging them, the exercise will clear doubts over the allegations or would uncover what seems to be a long time technological ‘theft’.
THE GUARDIAN | 21st May 15
There is an important event, you want to clad your favourite jacket, you can’t find it. So you ask your better half, kids and maid, and none has a clue. Then you begin to scold everyone for presumed carelessness.
THE GUARDIAN | 20th May 15
For several weeks now there has been turmoil in Burundi, one of the five member countries of the East African Community (EAC) and the African Unity (AU) that has 54 countries as its members.
THE GUARDIAN | 19th May 15
Each year Tanzania’s parliament sits in a marathon Budget session to debate the following year’s budget estimates, as it is doing now. After a month or so of haggling with figures, finally our legislators come out with the blueprint of the following year’s estimates of revenue and expenditure.