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01May 2016
Nkwazi Mhango
Guardian On Sunday
Humour

After finding that touching base with the head boosted my ujiko, I decided to deal with many matters many don’t like to. Today I’m, once again, taking on Dr Joni Makufuli.

30Apr 2016
Deo Mfugale
The Guardian
Environment and beyond

SHAHANA Begam stood in front of a group of about 20 women seated in a classroom of the village secondary school at Modhukhali, Bangladesh. On a table in front of her lay various components of a...

26Apr 2016
Ibrahim Mayaki
The Guardian
My Opinion

Africa now has the ability to feed itself and the world. This is not only a possibility but an absolute necessity if our continent is to meet the challenge of high and inclusive growth.

24Apr 2016
Nkwazi Mhango
Guardian On Sunday
Humour

Dear First lady, Janet Makufuli. Congrats on becoming the fifth-first lady of the republic of Bongo. Allow me to humbly and sincerely touch base with you.

24Apr 2016
Isaac Mwangi
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Whispers

ACCURATE development statistics is a critical aspect of development, and it is therefore refreshing to learn that East Africa will be joining the rest of the continent in providing identification...

24Apr 2016
Mboneko Munyaga
Guardian On Sunday
Justice Africa

Kenyan Deputy President Ruto and journalist Joshua arap Sang were on April 5, 2016 discharged, but not acquitted, by the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, Netherlands.

24Apr 2016
Anne Kiruku
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Wowen in Perspective

THIS year the Teachers Service Commission, the body mandated with managing teachers’ affairs in Kenya, has already suspended 22 teachers for engaging in sexual acts with their students. Last year...

19Apr 2016
Ambassador Juma v Mwapachu
The Guardian
Pictorial & Analysis

I will look for another opportunity in the future to discuss how quality education has close causal relationship with economic growth and how science, technology and innovation, importantly...

17Apr 2016
Anne Kiruku
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Wowen in Perspective

A study conducted by a British food company and published by The Telegram sometime back listed slow Internet at number nine among the top 100 most annoying things, and rightfully so.

17Apr 2016
Nkwazi Mhango
Guardian On Sunday
Humour

Dear Mr. President, Dr JPM, Sir. Once again, I’m touching base with you. You’re busy, I know, but please read this piece and work on it. Don’t care that it’s written by a boozer. To quote from...

17Apr 2016
Kenan Kalagho
Guardian On Sunday
The voice to be heard

Tanzania can turn up the page once again and make great leaders; the likes of the United Kingdom Premier Winston Churchill whose history is well recorded as one the greatest statesmen of the 20th...

17Apr 2016
Deo Mfugale
Guardian On Sunday
The Roving Reporter

WHY do people get carried away by what they do to the extent that sometimes they lose track and may land into trouble? That is a question for which I have been searching for answers for quite some...

15Apr 2016
The Guardian
Missing Link

NGO’s! Just what are they for? What is the point of them? Do they have a purpose other than telling us how wonderful they are, how well they are performing, how we could not do without them?

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