THE GUARDIAN

16Nov 2017
Ibrahim Mayaki
The Guardian
This report, entitled “Food: How can Africa build a future without hunger or malnutrition?” revels that many African countries have been able to drastically reduce malnutrition over the past 15 years...

Morogoro International School swimmers compete in a recent tournament in Morogoro. (Pic: Correspondent)

16Nov 2017
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian
MIS swimming team's coach, Grace Sanford, said preparations for the event are at an advanced stage as six teams have confirmed to compete in the annual event hosted by the school with the...

Art Gallery

16Nov 2017
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian
The exhibition which has been organized by Chinese Cultural Central and the UDSM Institute of Confucius, is depicting paintings done by five Chinese visual artists who travelled to Mauritius,...

Australia striker, Tim Cahill

16Nov 2017
The Guardian
The midfielder scored from a deflected free kick and two penalties to give Australia a comfortable aggregate victory and send the Asian champions to the finals for the fourth straight tournament....

Nadeem Shaikh, founder and CEO of Anthemis, an investment and advisory firm focused on digital financial services.

16Nov 2017
The Guardian
• Experts say that if more African banks don’t start partnering with financial technology startups, they could potentially become redundant
For example, he noted that banks might be practised in compliance and mitigating risk, but are not generally at the forefront of product innovation.“They are not good at products. Every current...

The Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office, Policy and Coordination, Prof Faustine Kamuzora (left), elaborating a point when he spoke to workers at the National Economic Empowerment Council in Dar es Salaam yesterday. With him is NEEC’s Executive Secretary Beng’i Issa. Photo: Guardian Photographer.

16Nov 2017
The Guardian
Newly appointed Permanent Secretary at Prime Minister’s Office responsible for Policy and Coordination, Prof Faustine Kamuzora, said in Dar es Salaam yesterday while talking to public officials...

A recent survey of bankers found that more than 80 per cent expect to see commercial adoption of blockchain by 2020.There are clearly many potential uses of blockchain technology, including combating identity fraud and money laundering, improving know-your-customer systems, and speeding up cross-border payments, letters-of-credit processes and the granting of loans. File photo

16Nov 2017
The Guardian
• The financial sector is investing in blockchain, while not fully embracing it, as bankers wait to see if it’s really the future of payments
Also secure, blockchains are not held on any single server, but distributed across a global network of computers. Every time the information is amended by a user with a cryptographic code, the copies...
16Nov 2017
The Guardian
• The central bank says the NPLs ratio is likely to moderate in the near term as banks step up measures to strengthen credit risk management practices and apply various options to improve asset quality, including loan restructuring
The new levels of bad loans have had negative consequences in terms of reducing profit margins of many banks and making lenders to be extra cautious when extending credit. Reduced credit to the...

This Oromo woman lost her husband during evictions from the Somali Region and has no idea of his condition or whereabouts. Photo/IRIN

16Nov 2017
The Guardian
“They poured petrol over me then lit it,” said 28-year-old Husaida Mohammed. “They were Somali boys.”Mohammed was in a camp of about 3,500 displaced Oromo people on the...

Cameroonian refugees arriving in Cross River State. Photo/IRIN

16Nov 2017
The Guardian
Ndong took to his heels, but as he did so he could see soldiers dragging young boys from the village into a waiting van.“They [the boys] were shouting for help,” said Ndong. “One...

Memory Chitsulo (pictured left), who was pushed into prostitution after her husband left her, talks to a friend outside the bar where she works in Luchenza, Malawi. Photo/Thomson Reuters Foundation.

16Nov 2017
The Guardian
Charities in the southern African country say child brides are increasingly being pushed into prostitution as growing numbers of early marriages break down."My parents died in a bus accident...

Residents of Bujumbura demonstrate in favour of Burundi's withdrawal from the International Criminal Court in October 2017. Photo/IRIN

16Nov 2017
The Guardian
If you think pulling out of this tribunal will let you off the hook, think again.On 27 October, Burundi became the first party to withdraw from the Rome Statue, the ICC’s legal foundation.But...
16Nov 2017
Editor
The Guardian
Most countries in Africa have controls against imports of what are rapidly known as GM foods, and any mention of such products in various quarters is synonymous with disaster. It is an attitude of...
16Nov 2017
Editor
The Guardian
November 20th is an important date as it is the date in 1959 when the UN General Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child. It is also the date in 1989 when the UN General assembly...

CEO of ASCP Blair Holladay

16Nov 2017
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
Three organisations namely the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP), Novartis from Switzerland and the American Cancer Society (ACS) announced yesterday that they would work together to...

Deputy Minister for Finance and Planning, Dr Ashatu Kijaji

16Nov 2017
Felister Peter
The Guardian
Deputy Minister for Finance and Planning, Dr Ashatu Kijaji made the revelation in Dodoma yesterday when responding to a question posed by Special Seats MP, Rukia Kassim Ahmed (CUF) who wanted to know...

The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) director general Julius Kilaba

16Nov 2017
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
Speaking at the opening of the symposium which started yesterday, the deputy Minister for Works, Transport and Communication, Atashasta Nditiye said Tanzania is ready to respond to cyber-attacks but...

Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner (RC) Paul Makonda

16Nov 2017
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian
The ship carrying the specialists and all modern medical equipment is expected to dock at Dar es Salaam port on 19, November, this year.Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner (RC) Paul Makonda said that...
16Nov 2017
The Guardian
PRESIDENT MUGABEThe wily, 93-year old Mugabe has led the once-prosperous southern African nation since independence from white minority rule in 1980, and many in the country know no other leader....

NTDs control in the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, the Elderly, and Children, Dr Upendo Mwingira

16Nov 2017
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
The campaign, involving children from the age of five and elders, will start on November 28 and be confined to Dar es Salaam until December 3, before proceeding to other regions.It comes amidst the...

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