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Private, Public Sectors Coop More Crucial Now

Over the last few years Tanzania’s economy has been growing at more than five percent each year.    Although it has not grown by eight or more percent as required to reach the target of achieving a middle class economy by 2025, the country has not faired so badly Full Story

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YOUTH OF THE WEEK: Government, stakeholders ought to prevent forest fires
EDUCATION: Is e-content enabled primary education, possible?
GUEST COLUMNIST: The UN has blown the whistle, but is East Africa on the right footing?
The Guardian Limited managing director Richard Mgamba (L) welcomes Alvaro Rodriguez, Resident Coordinator of the UN System in Tanzania, to the newspaper publishing company’s offices in Dar es Salaam yesterday. (Photo: Correspondent Sabato Kasika)

UN: Good governance vital in achieving SDGs

The Resident Coordinator of the UN system in Tanzania, Alvaro Rodriguez, has called upon Tanzania to embrace good governance more so as to make greater strides in its pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Full Story

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Petra Diamonds Injects US$22 Million Into Mwadui Mine Operations

Petra Diamonds has earmarked US$22 million for capital spending in two years at its Williamson mine at Mwadui in Shinyanga, which last fiscal year produced 202,265 carats, The Guardian has established Full Story

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Quickfire Goals Ravage Malawi

Two  quickfire first half goals by TP Mazembe striking partners  Mbwana Samata and Thomas Ulimwengu, were enough for Taifa Stars to wrap up a convincing victory over visiting Malawi, during the World Cup qualifier playoff duel at the National Stadium in Dar es salaam yesterday Full Story

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